Countdown

Synopsis: WWE superstars Dolph Ziggler and Kane lead the action in this electrifying and heart-pounding thriller. When a madman kidnaps a young boy and rigs him with explosives, Ray (Ziggler), haunted by the loss of his young son, defies his captain (Kane) and takes matters into his own hands. Now, he must beat the clock to stop a psychopath and save an innocent child.
Genre: Action, Crime, Mystery
 
IMDB:
4.9
R
Year:
2016
90 min
141 Views

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You have to finish everything tonight,

you understand?

Yeah, what you doing, huh?

Yeah, with a stick of chalk, huh?

Repaint everything, I'll check later.

Stop drinking coffee, go back to work.

Yeah.

Can I help you?

We're lookin' for Nikolai.

Who are you?

We're the guys lookin' for Nikolai.

What do you need him for?

Some business.

Business?

I am Nikolai.

How may I help you?

We were told you could help us

with some hard to find items.

Need a tugboat? I build tugboats.

I build the best tugboats in the world.

You have a drawing?

I can't build without a drawing.

Listen, didn't Sasha Rousse

tell you we were coming?

Who is Sasha Rousse?

Why you so nervous, officer?

First time undercover, eh?

You sayin' this guy's a cop?

Yeah.

I think this guy is a cop.

And cops come in pairs, I have heard.

- Oh yeah?

- Yeah.

I got $200,000 here,

you wanna do business or not?

Call Sasha Rousse, ask him.

If he's not cop, I'm not Russian.

All right, ladies are gone.

Wanna do business or not?

What the hell am I doin'

here, wanna get down, brother?

Yeah.

Right, then let's start

doin' business here.

- 200,000.

- No problem.

Just shut up!

Shut up. Listen, I know this guy a week.

He told me he'd finance the buy

so I could turn this stuff around.

Sasha Rousse introduced us.

I barely know the guy.

I barely know any...

Hey, hey, hey, take it easy.

I just want what I came for.

Look, I build boats, okay?

I know what you do. I know who you are.

I can smell the gun oil in here.

What, you think this guy's a cop?

- That what this is?

- Yeah, yeah.

- Think he's a cop?

- Yeah.

There, he's a dead cop.

Now can I see what I came for?

Why not shoot the cop in the head?

Like a real soldier.

'Cause I'm not a soldier.

Too messy, all right?

Stop the heart, stop the bleeding.

At least that's what I find.

Course, you wanna do it yourself.

Go right ahead.

Come with me.

You want my guns?

I have guns.

- All right, excellent.

- Choose.

- Sig-556?

- Break action stock, yeah.

Now we're talkin'.

I like this. What else you got?

Car-15.

Has perfect stock.

Yeah, you're right. How many rounds?

- 1,050 rounds per minute.

- This works.

This'll sell good on the streets.

- .223 ammunition?

- Yeah.

Excellent, K-grip, too, I like this.

This'll work. Got anything

a little bit lighter?

Yeah, G-36.

Nice light, gentleman rifle.

Oh yeah, oh yeah.

You like this baby.

I like it a lot.

Excellent, how much

for everything? I want it all.

You have buyers lined up, huh?

You puttin' 'em up for

adoption or are you sellin' 'em?

- How much for everything?

- Yeah, I like that.

If you ever want real job,

you come see me, man.

I already got a job.

Mine pays better.

I believe that.

But every once and a while,

I get to stick my foot

up some KGB wannabe,

cheese ball, Russian gangster's ass.

Nothin's better.

Nothin's better than seeing the jaw drop

on some communicable disease like you

when he realizes he's been had

like a three dollar hooker.

It's okay, it's okay.

It's okay, it's okay, it's okay.

It's okay, it's okay.

Okay, all right.

You know how goddamn close

this came to missing my vest!

You were reachin' for your gun.

He knew you were a cop, relax!

If you missed my vest

you coulda killed me!

You were gonna blow the whole thing.

You should be in the

back of that van, man.

You got a screw loose up there.

It was a .22, man, relax.

Looks like I'll be workin' alone again.

You always were workin' alone.

How 'bout a smile, lieutenant?

Whatever, bitch.

Discharging a firearm in the

direction of a police officer.

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