Quentin Tarantino meets the lifetime movie network
A jeweler, desperate to find her father sees the opportunity when "The Highway Men" rob her jewelry store. She tells them where the real goods are and chases them down to join their crew. Meanwhile her father is having a real bad day. he gets laid off, the rents 2 months due, his wife hates him. Now where do I get off bringing the great one into this made for TV drama, well because of its sporadic violence, everybody is violent in this film, and they kill a lot of cops. Then there's several different violent stories that keep overlapping and finally come together. The father attacks his boss, then gets in a knock-down drag out fight with a detective. He teams with the robbers to hunt down his boss. The fathers landlord is a mob boss who burns down houses in font of the firemen as they stand by to put it out. the girlfriends boyfriend is a whiny little sap, who she can't seem to lose. Jason Preistly screams all his dialog and it always ends telling the jeweler we're your family now, not your father.
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