Violet & Daisy

Synopsis: Two teenage assassins accept what they think will be a quick-and-easy job, until an unexpected target throws them off their plan.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Geoffrey Fletcher
Production: Cinedigm Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
88 min

but, we've changed our mind and

we thought... we considered your offer.

And we think, that actually it'd

work out quite well because um...

See, the day that you talked about...

Deeper baby, deeper...

Ow, gross!

You weren't suppose to like it!

Like I've end up better

do with it, Princess.

Are you guys hear about this guy?

Ok so basically, there was this guy

who stole some shit from Chet.

- What did this guy take from him?

- A truck full of cologne.

Now this truck contains somethin'

in addition to just cologne.

- Somethin' like what?

- A bag full of money.

The weird part,

is the guy called us up...

and had the stones to taunt us

after he did what he did.

- Stones...

- Or some kind of a death wish.

Cos he all gave us his address.

His name and number,

was clear as day

the whole time he was fuckin' with us.

Culpepper lives about

three blocks from this dude.

She's checked him out.

Says he leaves in the morning,

comes back in the afternoon.

When he comes home,

you'll be waiting for him.

And that's that.

The landlord's on our team,

so the door will be open.

- Better be.

- Relax, the door will be open.

And you don't have to worry

about the noise either.

- Why not?

- The building's almost empty.

Switching over the condos or some

kinda gentrificational kind of shit.

You sure this guy was

working alone, Russ?

Pretty sure! Landlord said

the guy's a loner.

This happens tomorrow.

- Can you handle it?

- 'Course we can handle it.

You got the specs?

Now we good?

Yeah, we good.

Come on, Daze.

Hey you guys hear about

Barbie Sunday's new dress?

- Yea we know.

- Just checkin'.



Happy Birthday!

Thanks, Russ.

If you keep an eye on your partner,

you might be around see your next one.

F*ck off, Russ!

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