A struggling young couple stumbles upon a cache of dirty money after a shootout in their apartment building. With hopes of a better life they flee with the money -- provoking the fury of a ...
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Matt is an elite ex-cop whose life has gone down hill since he was kicked off the Force. After a rough encounter with a mysterious henchman, Matt is brought face to face with his only ... See full summary »
Renée Elise Goldsberry
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A struggling young couple stumbles upon a cache of dirty money after a shootout in their apartment building. With hopes of a better life they flee with the money -- provoking the fury of a corrupt DEA agent who will stop at nothing to get his money back, and arousing the suspicions of a detective who is determined to find out what's really going before its too late. Written by
(at around 30 mins) Christian Slater pulls the trigger on his gun, but it only goes click. Semi-automatics are designed so the slide (top part of the gun) stays locked in the rearward position when empty. This condition would have alerted him that he was already out of bullets before bothering to shoot. See more »
The guy who sold it to them said they had a couple suitcases. Got on the freeway headed east. It's a bright orange '57 Chevy.
A bright orange '57 Chevy? We'll never find them now.
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Written by Chris Parrilla, Mike Williams, John Fortunato and Joe Granito
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How many movies the industry will do with the same script?
I don't know what Christian Slater is doing on a movie like this, his career must be as bad as it gets. The plot is old, simplistic and don't go anywhere so the director had to make this non sense scenes where nothing happens just to waste more of our time. I rented because I had a credit to get a movie free and because Christian Slater was on the cover, so I thought this could be a nice movie, nothing too good but at least a regular movie.I have to say that I'm thankful that I didn't spent money on this. The main character is the most stupid person I've ever seen and sometimes I even cheer for him to be caught. If you haven't seen this movie yet, don't lost 90 minutes of your life with it, I did and I regret it!
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