After The Sunset

Synopsis: After a successful last score, a master thief retires to an island paradise. His lifelong nemesis, a crafty FBI agent, washes ashore to ensure he's making good on his promise. The pair soon enters into a new game of cat-and-mouse.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Brett Ratner
Production: New Line Cinema
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min

You screwed up!

Here we go, here we go!

Yeah! All right!


Got him.

Target is in sight.

Clock him close.

He's not going anywhere.

I'm hand-carrying this thing

right into the museum.

Stan, you've got more cover on you

than the president.

The diamond is safe.

This is an armed caravan,

completely bulletproof, magnetic locks.

- This transfer is under control.

- I'm hot.

FBI Travel Link climate control.

I don't understand your command.

I don't understand your command.

I don't under... I don't... I don't...

I don't under... I don't understand...

It's too damn complicated.

- That way.

- That's some bullshit!

Are you kidding me, ref?

That's the Lakers' ball.

My blind grandmother

coulda seen that!

- Sit down, fat boy!

- That's the Lakers' ball!

I'm callin' it!

What are you doing?

Green light go,

red light stop, buddy.

No, no, no. No, sir.

Thank you, thank you.

Okay, great.

Nice job. Bye-bye.

- Tip him. Get him outta here.

- Yeah, yeah.


No, come on, that's enough.

Okay, thank you.

Go take a bath.

There you go.

Let's roll.

That's what I'm talkin' about!

Every time!

Charge? Charge!

Ref, listen!

This is insane!

It's a foul on him.

Charge? I'll show you a charge!

I'll show you a damn charge, man!

That's the worst call I ever seen!

What do you think this is, a rodeo?

Then I'll be the clown!

- Let me in the game!

- Sit down, please.

Get out of my way!

Play some real ball!

Unleash the Beast!

Hey, put Malone in there!

Put in the Mailman, damn it!

Get Shaq in the game!

You gotta win this game!

You gotta win this game!

Don't take me,

I'm an American citizen!

American citizen, damn it!

You sons of b*tches!

I'm the clown!

The Lakers need me!

I'm their clown!

Sh*t! He's gone.

We've lost him.


- Burdett is gone.

- Find him.

He's coming after it.

We're fine.

Just relax.

Don't tell me to relax.

I've dealt with this guy before.

See him yet?

We're looking, we're looking.

Safeties off until they relocate Burdett.

Oh. Kiss me

Stand down. We got him.

He's still here.

On the Jumbotron.

He changed his seat.

Get a direct visual.

You got it.

See, Stan, we got you here.

No need to panic.

Do you have a direct visual yet?

Negative. We're still looking.

We're clear?

We're clear.

Come on out.


That thing is going by itself! Damn!

Come on!


Transfer has been compromised.


What's going on?!



Aah! Aah!

Thank the guys.

Good luck.

Wait a minute, wait a minute.

Your beard tickles.

Did he tip you?

- One lousy buck.

- Cheap bastard.

I love it when you undress.

Let's do this.


Rollercoaster of love

Say what


Turn that sh*t off!

Ooh. Ooh. Ooh



Ooh. Ooh. Ooh

What about Mexico?

Can't take the water.

How about Paris?

Can't take the French.

Promise me paradise.

Can we talk about this

after we gas Agent Lloyd?



...a roller coaster. Baby. Baby

I wanna ride

Your love is like a rollercoaster.

Baby. Baby

I wanna ride


Move over there

'cause I'm a double dipper

Upside down on the big dip dipper

1.2. 1.2.3 I've got a ticket.

Come ride with me

Let me go down on the merry-go-round

All is fair on these fairgrounds

Let's go slow. Let's go fast

Rollercoaster of love.

Say what


Oh. Yeah

A few... Aah!

M ax


Can you get back on

Max Max

Look at me.

Look at me.

Don't worry.

Get the diamond.


Are you all right?

Your own pineapple wine,

your dollar fifty all the time

Turn around and let me see you

Turn around and let me see

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Paul Zbyszewski

Paul Zbyszewski is an American television writer and producer. He has worked in both capacities on the series Lost and Day Break, and he is the creator of Day Break. He also wrote the feature film After the Sunset. more…

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