4 half siblings stand to inherit $3,000,000 each from their dad, if they work together as family for 2 years. 3 of them go to Mexico as bounty hunters to get a bail-jumper, who's connected to the kidnapping of a billionaire.
Sam and Leo Cleary have grown up hating each other, and neither likes their juvenile delinquent kid brother, Douglas, to whom they've only recently been introduced. The sons share the same father, a womanizing drunk, but all have different mothers. Their father died a rich man and when they're brought together by their sister Nina to learn which of them will inherit the old man's fortune, they are handed an unpleasant surprise. A requirement of the will is that the three estranged siblings go into business together as bail bondsmen. Their first job is to bring in a parole violator who has left Leo with a $250,000 debt. Their search will take them into the mountains of Mexico where they encounter a drug lord and uncover a kidnapping plot, masterminded by an embittered entrepreneur that will endanger them all.Written by
In That Thing You Do! (1996), the Bass Player (Ethan Embry) talks about shaking Hoss' hand from Bonanza. In this movie, Ethan's character Leo describes his brother Sam (John Cena) as looking like Hoss from Bonanza. See more »
The bail for Rodriguez would be refunded upon proof of his death. Leo had no reason to fret over his money, unless the brothers "vanished" the body for some reason. See more »
It's due tomorrow.
Hmm? What's due tomorrow?
My paper on what my dad does for a living. It's due tomorrow.
Oh, yeah. Uh, I own a company... that uh... owns a lot of other companies.
What kind of companies?
Retail, mostly. Clothes, shoes, pharmaceuticals. Some high tech stuff.
Okay, but what do you actually do?
I make money. It's difficult to explain to someone your age.
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There is a gag reel during the first half of the credits. See more »
Traditional arrangement by Brad Jones and Josh Rouse
Performed by Josh Rouse
Courtesy of Yep Roc Records
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When we think of WWE we think of yelling, threats, boasting, deception and all around monkey business, so when we realized this was a WWE film we didn't expect much. To our surprise, we found this to be very enjoyable romp. Plenty of action, humor and some pretty good lines in a plot that was just a bit different. Upon the death of their father, four siblings who have a mutual dislike for each other — make that can't stand one another — are forced to work together to a greater end. This opens the door to some pretty good situations. There were some good scenic shots too, along with with pretty girls and horses. What more do you want in a DVD?
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