Willis Embry, who is a psychologist in a jail, was left by his girl-friend. He has no time to be sad about it because an old man, who is very ill, tells him something about a robbery and ... See full summary »
Willis Embry, who is a psychologist in a jail, was left by his girl-friend. He has no time to be sad about it because an old man, who is very ill, tells him something about a robbery and the millions of dollars hidden somewhere. The old man asks Willis to find it and give a part of it to his relative, and he can keep the rest. In the next door some bad guy hears it and this causes the complications ... Written by
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This one's unlocked.
[phone rings, answering machine picks up]
Willis and Martha can't come to the phone right now. Please leave a message.
Hey Willis... it's your wake up call. Willis, get up. Are you listening to me?
See you in the bubble.
[hangs up and plays back his messages]
Willis, I'd tell you this in person, but as you always say, I have a fear of confrontation. I'm leaving you. I need to find my true self and I think traveling ...
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This is one they roll out when there is absolutely nothing else to show on Cinemax daytime. You know a movie is bad when you can easily recognize a near total ripoff of the opening music from Beetlejuice during the opening credits along with a similar looking font and the appearance of Catherine O'hara. Tim Burton this aint. Avoid at all costs.
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