Fast Getaway II

Synopsis: A former robber (whose partner was his father) has reformed and is now running an insurance business with his girlfriend. An ex-partner frames him for a burglary. When his father gets out of prison, they go after the ex-partner.
Director(s): Oley Sassone
Production: Cinetel Films
95 min


[Horn honks]

Timing's everything.


I found this apron

in the drawer.

It's my pop's.

He aspired

to barbecuing greatness.

Did you cook?


I don't cook, Nelson,

at least not that way.

You're going to need

your strength, baby.

Uh, for...

Oh, look, I got

to get to work.

At 10:

Yeah. It's

banker's hours.

You can spare me

five minutes.

You won't regret it.

I take longer

than five minutes.

But I don't.



Everybody stop

what you're doing

and freeze.


this is a stickup.

Everybody on the ground

right now.

Look, people,

just because I have

this devilish charm

doesn't mean I won't

blow her brains out.

Everybody down right now.



Come with me, princess.

You're my helper.

Let's go. Back. Back.

Fill this up.

Go! Get over!

Get up and over.

Hurry up.

Fill it up.



don't shoot.

Move, you're dead meat.

You! You don't move,

and you're dead meat.

Fill it up faster.

Come on!

Go ahead.

Make my decade.


Come here, pops.

Come here.

You, too.

Press the alarm button.

Press the button

right now.

Pay attention,


It doesn't matter

because when the cops

get here, I'll be gone.

Get over the counter

right now.

You get back.

Get back.

Back up also.

See ya.

Wouldn't want

to be ya. Ha ha!

Come on. Let's go.

Move it.


How are you?

Sorry, ma'am.

Where you going, huh?

Ladies and gentlemen,

I am taking this lady


I don't want anybody to move

for the next five minutes.

Is that understood?

Anybody know


I am in a tchaikovsky

mood today.

I want to hear

the 1812 overture.

I said I want to hear

the 1812 overture

or she falls.

[Singing 1812 overture]


[Singing louder]

On key!

Come on.


Get in the car.

Get in the car now!

Get in the car!

Did you have to push me

against that guy?

He smelled like a dead fish or

something equally disgusting.


Oh, I'm sorry.

I guess it was

your cologne.

Good morning

to you, too,


Yeah, right. Damn!


The teller put

a dye bundle in.

We got to get it out

before it goes off.

Oh, great.

"Go ahead.

"Push the alarm button.

I'll be gone

before the cops

get here."

Guess you didn't figure

on a cop being

in the area.

Nelson, you're getting

arrogant and careless.

Patrice, did you want

to help me or bitch?

Let me rephrase that.

Stop bitching

and help me.


I can't find it.

Heading west.

Requesting backup.

I got it.



is everything.

Let's see what

the boys in blue

are doing

back at dispatch.

Roger. 26 in pursuit.


I'm in

the police computer.

Right on water...

And a quick left

on Charleston.

All units, suspect heading

east on west grant.

Backup units

are on the way.


two to three minutes.




They're cutting off everything

to Lexington.

Go to option three.

Miss finklestein.

Mrs. finklestein.

Mrs. finklestein.

Ahh, good old

Mrs. finklestein.

She's like


She gets her blue roots

tinted even bluer.


timing is everything.


Uh-oh. They're going

to try to push us

and box us in.

They're putting a roadblock

up on fremont now.

Great! Yes!


Ha ha ha!

[Sirens approach]

[Honk honk]

Ha ha ha!

Come on!



They're never going

to take me alive.

I'm going to

take them all out.


I'll always love you,

patrice, always.

And we'll always have...

What city are we in?

Never mind.

I'll see you

in hell, doll.

No way I'm going back

to the big house.

You want me?

You come and get me.

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James Dixon

James Dixon (August 5, 1814 – March 27, 1873) was a United States Representative and Senator from Connecticut. more…

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