Synopsis: When a bank is hit by a brutal heist, all evidence points to the owner and his high-powered clients. But as a group of FBI agents dig deeper into the case - and the deadly heists continue - it becomes clear that a larger conspiracy is at play.
Genre: Action, Crime, Mystery
Director(s): Steven C. Miller
Production: Emmett/Furla Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
107 min



This is my warrant.

Man you broke ass cop, we know

you gonna skim that shit!

Broke ass, huh?

Broke ass?


Just put a little Neosporin

on that, you'll be fine.

Good afternoon, everyone.

We have a robbery homicide.

Brutal, professional, yet

seemingly also very personal.

We have a print,

or at least we should,

but we have no fucking clue

where the hell it is! Chase.

They think the print

is from a James Jackson.

Do we have his jacket?

Possession, possession, petty

theft, disturbing the peace.


Anybody else smell

horseshit here?

This guy's a thug.

There's no way

he pulled this off.

These guys are pros.


They operated with precision.

We need the evidence,

and where is the evidence?

- Still with Mims.

- Why is it with Mims?


Because we allowed him to take

it from my fucking crime scene!

- Excuse me sir, who's Mims?

- He's an asshole.

- And who the f*ck are you?

- GI Joe?

Everyone, this is new

Special Agent Wells,

fresh out of Quantico

with flying colors,

decorated Special Forces,

renowned sniper,

blah, blah, blah,

yadda, yadda, yadda.

Like I said, GI Joe.

All right,

nobody takes anything

from my crime scene unless it

has been cleared, am I clear?

Now I wanna know

where the f*ck it is,

I wanna know where it is now.

That's it, go!

- GI Joe, my office.

- Yes, sir.

- Getting settled in nicely?

- Yes, sir, thanks for asking.

Close the door.

Like to smoke weed, Wells?

- What?

- Do you like to get high?

No, sir.

On your polygraph,

an abnormal answer

causes the needle to

jump as high as here.

Mine's beneath it.

But at a greater variance

than your other answers.

I figure with your Special

Forces training,

lying to beat a polygraph

is probably child's play.

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