Operation Endgame

Synopsis: A dry action-comedy about two teams of government assassins working out of a top-secret underground facility using code names from the Tarot deck. When our hero--The Fool--arrives for his first day at work to find that the boss has been killed under mysterious circumstances, he must find the killer before the whole place blows up.
Genre: Action, Comedy
Director(s): Fouad Mikati
Production: Producers Releasing Corporation
87 min

John F. Kennedy:

The very word "secrecy" is repugnant

in a free and open society.

Lyndon B. Johnson:

All I have I would have given gladly

not to be standing here today.


...opposed to secret societies.

Richard Nixon:
But when the president

does it, that means that it is not illegal.

Lyndon B. Johnson: The world

will not be the same for our children.

Gerald Ford:
You have not chosen me

by secret ballot.

Ronald Reagan:

We welcome change.

We believe that freedom...

George Bush Sr:

I thank you for the wonderful things

that you have done for America.

Bill Clinton:
Never before

has our nation enjoyed at once

so much prosperity

and social progress...

George W. Bush:
The brightest beacon

for freedoms and opportunity in the world

and no one will keep

that light from shining.

Barack Obama took the railroad

from Philadelphia

to Washington today.

And it's not just the folks along the way

who were cheering him on.

A "CBS News"-"New York Times"

poll out this evening

says 79% of Americans are optimistic

about his new administration.

That's the highest level

for any modern president.

Excuse me.

Do you mind if I sit here?

- All the other tables are full.

- No. Go right ahead.

I wish it was Sunday.

How do I know for sure

you are who I think you are?

Well, for one, we were

just speaking in code.

And two...

I currently have a Para Carry 9mm

pointed squarely at your crotch.

I'm High Priestess.

Nice to meet you.

- Well well well.

- Meet Chariot.

Your new boss.

Uh, wait are all you guys

- named after Tarot cards?

- Yeah.

Dumb fuckin' idea

if you ask me.

- It's not that bad.

- Jesus.

Great. One more goofy f*ck.

That's all we need.

So you're some master thief

or something, huh?

- I wouldn't say master thief...

- I tried to read your file

but it bored the shit out of me.

"Thomas Crown" without the pussy.

Where'd you steal that suit?


What the f*ck is wrong with you?

Don't even answer that question.

I got a kidney stone

passing through me right now.

And I don't want to murder you

on your first day.

Uh, okay. So do I get

to pick a Tarot card now?


The Fool.

The Fool?

Um, I was under the impression

we could choose our own code names.

- So am I replacing somebody or...

- Strength.


Apparently wasn't strong enough.

When God created Alpha and Omega.

As of this moment you're

officially hired by The Factory...

an elite espionage cell

ostensibly unacknowledged

by the U.S. Government and staffed

by unofficial covert operatives.

The company was created

in 1962 by the DOD and the JCS

for the sole purpose

of false flag operations.

In 1967 LBJ implemented

the two-team system...

- Alpha and Omega.

- For what reason?

To balance the power.

Let's put it this way:

If it weren't for Omega...

- Which is who?

- Us.

- The middle east would be

a cloud of dust right now.

Uh, isn't the middle east

already kind of a cloud of dust?

- He meant literally.

- What does Alpha do?

You know, the usual.

Some president, UN official,

American politician

wants to talk shit about

the military industrial complex,

wants to stop spending $600 billion

on a war with no fucking end,

well, whether it be 1963 or now,

they intervene.

- And that's the least of it.

- And what about us? Omega.

We try to stop them

from bringing forth the apocalypse.

What's the need for any of it?

Don't you guys just negate each other?

Ha ha. Sweet nothing.

The black heart of our democracy.

So does anyone

oversee the two teams?

- The Devil.

- The who?

The Devil. It's not really

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Sam Levinson

Samuel "Sam" Levinson is an American actor, screenwriter, and director. He is the son of Diana Rhodes and writer/director/actor Barry Levinson. He made his film debut in the 1992 film Toys, along with his brother Jack. He later appeared in such films as Bandits and What Just Happened? as Carl. In 2009, he co-starred as Peter Thompson in Stoic. He won the 2011 Sundance Film Festival Waldo Salt screenwriting award for his directorial debut film, Another Happy Day. He also co-wrote his father's 2017 TV movie The Wizard of Lies about Bernie Madoff. more…

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