Locked Down

Synopsis: Danny, a respected cop, is setup after an investigation goes wrong. While laying low in his new jail cell, Danny is forced to get involved in the inmates underground cage fighting circuit. With the help of Irving, a former mixed martial arts champion, Danny devises a scheme to bring justice and innocence to his family's name, if he can get out of the cage alive.
Director(s): Daniel Zirilli
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.3
R
Year:
2010
99 min
5 Views

-Howaboutthis?

- Okay.

Move, kid.

Let's do this!

Love it.

Buddy, come here.

Come here!

Want a piece of this action, Kirkman?

There's still time.

Maybe next time.

Yeah. Yeah.

Come on, come on.

Look what you got!

Fight back!

Come on. Come on.

Take him out of here!

What do you want?

So fuck you, guards!

You watch!

Another terrible accident

in the yard, eh, Kirkman?

Convicts are a careless bunch.

Bullshit, Vargas!

I need some competition!

You'll have your challenge, Axl.

The best is still to come.

Yeah, baby, take it off.

Go check the back.

I was hoping to buy

those 2 kilos and call it a day.

You got some balls

coming in here like that

with no backup.

Either that,

or you're a fucking cop.

We got a deal or what?

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Let's see some cash.

So what you got for me?

Look at that.

You have got to try this.

Danny...

cough if he took the money.

I'll pass.

No. I mean,

you've got to try this.

Get that fucking knife

out of my face.

All units intervene now.

We've got a situation.

Let's go. Hit it!

I'll shove that gun

right up your fucking ass!

All right, all right. Easy.

I'll just cut our buddy here a line.

Allow me.

You are a fucking cop.

Police! Freeze!

You're all under arrest!

- Hands up!

- Hands up!

- Hands up!

- Right up! Right up!

Turn around!

Turn around!

Go, go, go!

Don't shoot!

Don't shoot!

No!

Fucking hang on!

- I will.

- Don't fucking drop me.

Arrest me. Arrest me,

but don't fucking drop me.

Don't fucking drop me!

Stop struggling!

Jesus! Pull me up.

Pull me the fuck up, man!

No!

Damn it.

Hey, baby.

Hey.

Wow.

Look at you, all cleaned up.

I've missed you.

I missed you, too.

I have dinner reservations at--

I'm not hungry.

Not for food.

- What's wrong?

- Oh, nothing.

Just a little bruise.

Baby, let me take care of you.

All right.

Start right now.

You okay, Danny?

You've been a million miles

away all night.

I've just got a lot going on right now,

Trina, at work.

Another assignment?

Don't you get any time

to be yourself?

I mean, you're always

somebody else.

This time you were a biker,

before that a mobster,

and what was it before that?

I don't know, Trina.

I can't remember.

How could you?

You're somebody else

every few months.

That's my job.

So how do I know when I'm

with the real Danny Bolan?

You're with him now.

Really?

Because this one

is off who knows where,

not here with me,

that's for damn sure.

The job takes a lot

out of you, Trina.

It's not something you

leave at the office at 5.

Yeah. It must be tough,

being one person today,

someone the next.

Lying all the time,

it must become a way of life.

I don't lie to you.

Really?

What about when you say

you're here for me, Danny?

I am here for you.

You just got to give me

space to do what I do

and a little more time.

That's all we ever have-- a little.

And then it's back to work,

and I never know

when I'll see you again.

Put the weapon on the ground!

Down!

I'm a cop!

Look, I know the drill, all right?

Were a cop, Danny.

What is this?

A fucking SWAT team?

Is that really necessary?

I know what you're capable of.

Lucky suspect-- Mule.

He just accidentally

fell on his head, I suppose.

I tried to save him,

but when someone tries to kill me,

I defend myself.

I don't like the way

you work, Bolan.

What the fuck are you doing?

What is this?

This is bullshit, Chief.

Shut up.

In the mattress?

Are you kidding me?

How convenient.

Somebody fucking planted that,

and you know it.

You know that's not mine!

Of course it isn't.

We've had our differences, London,

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