A family's moral codes are tested when Ray Tierney investigates a case that reveals an incendiary police corruption scandal involving his own brother-in-law. For Ray, the truth is revelatory, a Pandora's Box that threatens to upend not only the Tierney legacy but the entire NYPD.
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After a successful last score, a master thief retires to an island paradise. His lifelong nemesis, a crafty FBI agent, washes ashore to ensure he's making good on his promise. The pair soon enters into a new game of cat-and-mouse. Written by
The pier to which Max (Pierce Brosnan) ties the inflatable boat was a set piece fabricated just for the film. However, there was once a pier at this location (Sycamore Cove State Beach) in a different location. Occasionally the old pier pilings are visible protruding through the sand. See more »
When Agent Lloyd is first trapped in the Suburban and Max is reversing it into the vehicle behind it, you can clearly see raised white lettering on the tires of Lloyd's Suburban. Just minutes later, when the Suburban is getting pushed off the street by the semi, the tires have changed to plain blackwalls with no white lettering. See more »
[Max and Lola are eating at a restaurant with an American couple]
Sheila and I like to swap.
We like to have sex with other couples.
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Salma displays her hot body in some very sexy outfits
The Seven Seas Navigator is docking in Paradise Island in the Bahamas for a solid week They're having a nice promotion for the maiden voyage, calling it the Diamond Cruise: a gem exhibit whose star attraction is the third Napoleon Diamond It's, allegedly, the only priceless remaining 'cute little rock' Max Burdett and Lola Cirillo haven't stolen
The unlocking Special Agent Stan Lloyd of the FBI (Woody Harrelson) suspects that the two are planning to purloin it But how could they with six cameras plus 24-hour rotating guards, unbreakable polycarbonate display?
Max (Pierce Brosnan) knows he can easily clip Napoleon III and make Lloyd look like a jerk again For him, it's more about the challenge and the alibithat's his work of art But he affirms that the two are a couple of retirees trying to enjoy the island life
The gorgeous Lola (Salma Hayek) knows that, with Max, they went out at the top of their game, undefeated They were great together But, now, she feels it is the best time to quit For her, now, the challenge is to find joy in simple things, as a life filled with sunsets
Lloyd was chasing Max for seven yearsever since the first Napoleon Diamond went missing That day, he got to the scene, and took a few shots at the getaway car Next day, a bottle of champagne arrives at FBI Headquarters with a note saying, "Aim for the tires next time."
In the island, Lloyd teams up with the beautiful Sophie (Naomie Harris) a local intriguing cop who requires a big arrest
On the scene also appears Henri Mooré (Don Cheadle)the biggest gangster on the islandwho affirms to Max that the impoverished people of the island need his help, and that a cash injection in tens of millions of dollars would relieve the entire Caribbean So, he suggests to Max a partnership He would give him what he doesn't have: access to the marina, the crews, rotation schedules, whatever he needs
With picturesque sunsets, this colorful caper comedy has plenty of beauty, fun and humor
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