Gone in 60 Seconds: The Ride

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Genre: Action
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.1
Year:
2000
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and the deep shit he's in.

Frank, can you watch

the kids for a minute?

Tell me about Kip.

He took a job,

and he fumbled it.

Now he's jammed up.

He's jammed up bad.

- What kind of job?

- A boost. A big boost.

A boost?

What's Kip doing on a boost?

Oh, you're shittin' me, man.

Kip's become quite

the little crew runner since you left.

You don't talk to your ma?

She neglected to mention it.

Listen, I need something.

I-I need something

cold to drink.

I thought we were goin'

someplace to talk.

- Who was the job for?

- A new guy named Raymond Calitri.

They call him

"The Carpenter."

He's runnin' all the dark

ponies down there now.

It's a full-on "Devil came

down to Long Beach" trip.

He's bad.

He's real bad.

And this Calitri is the one

who's after my brother?

Like stains on a mattress.

And you should know...

I work for him.

There weren't a lot of opportunities

for retired car thieves on the gimp.

He put me to work.

I-I gotta tell you, Memphis, this guy,

he scares the shit out of even me.

What are you doin', man?

Stop! Stop!

Atley Jackson.

Got it. They have Kip.

Take me there.

Raymond Calitri,

Memphis Raines.

I try...

to learn your ways,

understand your obsessions.

But this baseball...

it's so bleeding boring, isn't it?

Where's my brother?

Memphis Raines,

your legend precedes you.

Atley tells me

you're the best.

After you left, auto theft in the

South Bay area went down 47 percent.

Where's my brother?

I'm proud of these. Straddle chair

from the Arts and Crafts period.

Mahogany table

with cloud-lift pattern.

Black walnut wine table.

Metal's cold, ugly.

Wood's warm, clean,

provided by nature.

See a piece of furniture take shape,

it's like watching a child grow.

I asked you a question.

They threw us out of England,

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Scott Rosenberg

Scott Mitchell Rosenberg is an American film, television, and comic book producer. He is the chairman of Platinum Studios, an entertainment company that controls a library of comic-book characters and adapts them for film, television and other media. He is also the former founder and president of Malibu Comics, and is a former senior executive vice president for Marvel Comics. more…

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