Albino Alligator

Synopsis: Three petty thieves who the police believe to be major criminals are chased into a basement bar where they take five hostages including all the bar employees. The rest of the movie deals with the cops lurking outside the bar while the trio try to get hold of the situation inside.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Kevin Spacey
Production: Miramax
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.1
Metacritic:
48
Rotten Tomatoes:
44%
R
Year:
1996
97 min
28 Views

(SONG)

Why do I always get the shit end

of these assignments?

I'd like to ask that question.

MAN 1 (OVER RADIO):

What the hell were you expecting,

Bobby? Waco?

Ha, ha. Very funny.

They say it's not the heat

but the humidity

that f*cks you up.

BOBBY (OVER RADIO):

Wouldn't be so bad if I could find

my lighter. You guys have it?

Your lighter, Bobby?

No, I ain't seen your light...

You seen his lighter?

Oh, did you lose

something again?

(LIGHTER CLICKS)

MAN 2 (OVER RADIO): This is

Browning. Listen, Johnson, if you

idiots don't keep this channel clear

I'm personally gonna come out there

and light you both on fire.

(CAT HOWLS)

BROWNING (OVER RADIO):

What they doing?

MAN 1 :

Well, looks like he's still waiting.

(SONG)

MAN 1 (OVER SPEAKER): Yes?

MAN 2 (OVER SPEAKER): Oyeme.

It's gonna be 4 a.m. closing time.

You bring what you got,

we'll bring what we've got.

MAN 1 (OVER SPEAKER):

No. No, I bring nothing

until I see what you got.

You show me first.

(ALARM RINGS, DOGS BARKING)

Shit!

Goddamn it!

What the f*ck was that?

Let's just slow down.

We're in a stolen car.

What? Could you say that again?

You see, I'm having

a hard time hearing you

because the alarm blew out

my f*cking eardrums.

I don't wanna risk

going to jaiI for nothing.

Well, jail is exactly

what I'm trying to avoid.

You know, Milo, I'm still

disenchanted with you,

so why don't you shut the f*ck up

and let me make the decisions.

All right, all right. You wanna hang

yourself, go ahead. I got some more

rope back here if you need it.

COWENS:
This is Cowens.

Suspect is on the move.

BOBBY (OVER RADIO):

Copy that. ATF. Keep me advised.

COWENS:

Going to his car.

Holy shit. I think he saw me.

What the f*ck?

Where's he going? What the f*ck?

What the f*ck? Where'd he go?

What's going on?

He's not getting in his car.

Oh, goddamn it.

What the f*ck? Where did he go?

Oh, shit. Oh, f*ck, man!

Okay, okay, okay. Wait a minute.

He's leaving, but it looks like

he's changed cars.

He's in a different car.

He's in a Lincoln.

He's in a Lincoln.

No, no, it's a Buick.

Goddamn it. Check that. It's a Buick.

What the f*ck is it?

A Buick or a Lincoln?

I don't know what the hell

it is, man. It's some kind of

big old gas guzzler.

You'll see it when we get down there.

We're on our way down, all right?

(TYRES SCREECHING)

BOBBY (OVER RADIO):

I got him. He's coming right at me.

COWENS (OVER RADIO):

We're on our way, Bobby.

You still got him, Johnson?

He's going straight?

(CHUCKLES)

BOBBY:

If it ain't my lucky day.

COWENS (OVER RADIO):

Bobby, come in. You there?

MILO:
Well, I didn't know

there'd be guards either.

DOVA:
You're the alarm guy.

I leave that shit up to you.

(THUDDING)

Christ, what was that?

Ground. We hit the ground.

No, no, not that. Something else.

COWENS (OVER RADIO):

Bobby, which way did he go?

Bobby, are you over there?

Come in, Johnson.

I guess he found his smok es.

Oh, God! Oh, Jesus! There he goes!

There he goes!

There he goes! Move!

This is SpeciaI Agent Cowens. We

need backup. I got an agent down

on the corner of LaMonde and Main.

Send a medic ASAP. I'm in vehicle

pursuit of suspect. Over.

BROWNING (OVER RADIO):

All right. This is Browning. We're

on the way. You're on LaMonde?

MILO:
Oh, now, wait a minute.

Wait? Wait what?

You ready for this?

If you mean hearing things

he's gotta say, then no. No,

I ain't ready to hear shit from him.

Jesus, I didn't know you could say

that many words in a row.

Does that smart mouth bite too?

I bet you it don't.

All right.

I bet you it don't.

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