68 Kill

Synopsis: It started with a couple dead bodies and $68,000 in stolen cash. Chip Taylor's girlfriend Liza had the perfect plan to rip off her rich sugar daddy. It should have been an easy in and out kind of deal. Nobody would get hurt and they would come out of it with enough loot to solve their problems. But things started going wrong as soon as they were inside the rich man's house, and for Chip it was only the beginning of the longest, most terrifying ride of his life.
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Romance
Director(s): Trent Haaga
Production: Snowfort Pictures
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.0
Metacritic:
56
Rotten Tomatoes:
72%
R
Year:
2017
93 min
1,262 Views


1

What the f*** you staring at?

You.

You're so beautiful, Liza.

Good.

At least I got something

going for me.

Oh, god.

You feeling okay, baby?

What's that supposed to mean?

Me and you were pretty

drunk last night.

I'm f***ing fine, chip.

Except for the fact

that rent's due.

That means I got to go

see the fat f*** today.

- What's your problem?

- Hmm?

You look like someone

sh*t in your cereal.

- What's wrong?

- I don't know.

I just hate thinking

about you being with Ken.

Yeah, well, imagine

having to actually do it.

How else we're gonna

make any money?

I work.

F***ing hell.

Come on.

Come on, it's not

a big deal, alright?

It's not a big deal.

He's just a sugar daddy

with a itty-bitty wiener

and a big old bank account.

The opposite of me.

Is that what you're saying?

Oh, well, you can always

grow your bank account.

Stop that. Stop that.

Forget about me and Ken,

okay? Don't mean sh*t.

Okay.

Oh, my god.

Does that hurt?

- Uh-huh.

- Yeah.

I was a bad girl

last night, wasn't I?

Yeah, you were a bad girl.

What did I, what did I do?

Did I do this?

That is how I got that.

Yeah.

Oh, you know

what I thought I did?

I thought I also

did... This.

- Uh-huh.

- Yeah?

I did all kinds of

terrible things, huh?

Terrible, terrible things

because I'm a..

I'm a bad f***ing girl.

Sh*t.

Hey, babe,

we got anything to eat?

I don't know, chip, did you

go to the grocery this week?

No.

Well, then I guess that

answers your question.

Hey, Clint, come on in.

- Chip, you about ready?

- Is it 9:
00 already?

I'm just going

to grab a shirt, be back.

Okay.

Okay.

I got to go, baby.

See you later.

Hey, Liza, you looking fine.

Yeah, Clint, I know.

- Alright, let's go.

- Alright.

Wait, hold on,

let me grab my wallet.

Come on, chip.

What, you ain't gonna lock up?

Nothing in there

worth taking, Clint.

Besides Liza's got the keys.

- A kept man, chip.

- You blame me?

- Look at her.

- I already did.

I got a better look

when she used to work

at the crafty beaver.

Well, she doesn't

work there anymore.

Problems with management.

- That's typical.

- Yeah, yeah, yeah.

You know, one time my buddy

got a lap dance from her

and she pulled a knife on him

because he didn't tip enough.

He said she damn

near slashed his throat.

How long ya'll been dating?

Coming up on six months.

- No sh*t.

- Yes.

No, I heard she was

dating that Dane Erickson

back in January.

I guess that ain't true, huh?

Seeing how she was

with you and everything.

With milk like that,

no need to buy the cow.

You know what I'm saying?

You wouldn't know

by looking at her

but my Heather used to be

a hell of a piece of tail

until the pregnancies

wrecked her body

and then her face

followed after that...

Turn the pump, Clint.

You ain't got to worry

about that with Liza.

She don't strike me

as the motherly type.

She ain't about

to be tamed, chip.

I bet you she does everything.

Seems like the adventurous type.

Goddammit, Clint, what's the

deal with you today, man?

What do you mean?

I mean, you won't stop

talking about my girlfriend.

What are you trying to say?

I made a lot of mistakes

in my past

and each and every one

of those mistakes

can be blamed on one thing.

And you know what that is, boy?

- What is that?

- That sweet p*ssy.

It'll cloud a man's mind.

It'll have him doing sh*t

he ain't never dreamed of.

P*ssy used in the wrong

way will f*** a man up.

P*ssy used in the right way

ain't no better either.

There would be less people

in our prison systems

if it wasn't for p*ssy.

Then again..

The great pyramids

wouldn't exist

if it wasn't for p*ssy.

It's a conundrum.

What the hell

are you talking about?

I'm talking about

that girl of yours, son.

Look, kid, I just don't

want to see you

get in a bad situation

because of p*ssy.

Jesus Christ, man, that's my

girlfriend you're talking about.

It's not some

piece of p*ssy, okay?

- I love her.

- Okay. Okay. Okay.

I didn't mean to get you all

bent out of shape over this.

Look, man, I got a lot

of problems in life

but my relationship with

Liza isn't one of them.

You really want to help me out

you know what to do.

Thank you for the money.

As for the advice,

you can keep it.

You know you're going to

listen to me on the way home.

- Liza?

- Back here, baby.

What the f***?

Where did you get those, Liza?

I got them from Dwayne.

Where did your psycho

brother get guns from?

I thought he was on parole.

Well, who is it?

What do you need guns for?

Those aren't loaded, right?

I will answer

both of your questions..

When I'm done with you.

Now, take off

your f***ing clothes.

Liza, I'm... I'm...

I said take off

your f***ing clothes.

Okay, lady, I will do

whatever you want

just don't shoot.

Yes, you'll do whatever I want

for the rest of your life.

Get in here.

- Ah! F***.

- Ah!

F***.

F***! Oh, baby.

I love you so much.

Oh, my god. Be quiet.

Sorry.

You're really

something else, babe.

Don't you forget it.

God.

So, seriously, what's

the deal with the guns?

We're gonna use them to solve

all our problems, baby.

Tonight.

What do you mean?

I went to see the fat f***er

at his house today.

Daddy, oh, my god.

Daddy, oh, my god. Oh.

Oh, f***!

You are... One sweet piece

of ass, girl.

Worth every damn penny.

Speaking of all that,

rent's comin' up, daddy.

Of course, it is, sugarplum.

You let big daddy

take care of you.

I got something

I wanna show you.

I think you're gonna like it.

Feast your eyes on that.

Daddy, is that all for me?

You're sweet.

But you ain't that sweet.

Sixty-eight big ones.

Got a line on

a slightly used Lambeau

canary yellow, of course.

Pickin' it up on Monday.

You be a good girl, I might

let you take a ride with me.

You'd like that, wouldn't you?

Of course I would.

But you got to get out of here.

Madge will be back

from the club soon.

Go on, get. I'll call you

when I need you.

$68,000.

It's enough to get us out

of this shithole forever.

You know what we're gonna do?

Tonight, you and me

we're gonna sneak in there

after they fall asleep

and we're gonna grab that money

and be hundreds of miles away

before they even realize

it's gone.

We're just sneaking in.

Why do we need guns?

- Well, in case.

- In case what?

What, they wake up

and we'll just shoot 'em?

I was planning on never shooting

anybody, Liza, like ever.

Well, if, and it's a big if

it's ever going to happen,

but if we run into trouble

we'll just, you know

use them to make sure

they cooperate.

I don't know.

It's a lot to think about.

It's not a lot to think about.

Yes, it is.

It's not a lot to think about.

Well, how is that not

a lot to think about?

I'm tired of living

like this, chip!

I'm tired of living like this.

You shovel sh*t for a living.

I suck dick.

And I'm sick of it.

What do you want

out of life, chip?

I just want to make you happy.

Baby..

I got to be honest with you.

I'm not happy.

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