Pistol Whipped

Synopsis: Matt is an elite ex-cop whose life has gone down hill since he was kicked off the Force. After a rough encounter with a mysterious henchman, Matt is brought face to face with his only chance at reclaiming his life and clearing his gambling debt markers. Only after he gets started on his new tasks does he recognize good guy from bad. Meanwhile Matt's love for his only daughter helps him battle one of his greatest enemies, alcoholism.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Roel Reiné
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.3
R
Year:
2008
100 min
13 Views


MATT:
So I remind you

of that guy, Everyman?

You put me in mind of him, Matt.

I don't know that you remind me.

You're not a good guy.

You sit around all day,

you do nothing with your life,

living off God knows what.

You gamble, you're divorced,

a dark past before I met you.

Then you're a cop

and they kicked you out.

I bet you don't see your

daughter one day out of 20.

Dad.

You're right.

You're right about that.

I'm a bad man.

What I say bothers you?

You know that I know that

everybody knows you took the money,

even though they

couldn't prove it.

Maybe someday you'll cough

it up. Maybe you won't.

The world is filled

with guys like you.

Guys worried about getting

what they think they deserve,

and why should

they work for it?

But deep inside you,

you've got this...

I don't know, this spark,

this seed of decency.

I have to go.

Somebody I got to see.

Hey, Matt.

Any time you want,

you come around, okay?

Now, you see, that's

what I like about you.

What's that?

A good guy like you got time

for such a bad guy like me.

Ain't that something.

(PEOPLE CHATTERING)

I'll raise you four.

SHARP:
Four more white ones.

WOMAN:
I'll see that.

DEALER:
Four hundred

to you, Matt. Raise.

I'm out.

Four to you.

Okay, flip.

Pair of sevens.

Two pair, nines and 10s.

Ladies, and the lady wins.

Yes.

This one is...

I could lose my shirt.

Sorry, guys.

Get off.

Son of a bitch.

$20,000.

I'm out.

That's 20 to you, Matt.

I'm going to call you.

That ain't 20, Matt.

What?

You're four K short.

That's okay,

it's fine. Fine.

No, that's not okay. House

rules. No debts at our tables.

No, it is fine, it is fine.

Matt's marker's good with me.

You'll get your fair share out

of my cut if I... When I win.

I'm sure we can come

to some concession.

Thank you.

No, thank you.

No problem.

Matt?

Trip eights, mate.

Suck on that.

Three jacks. Suck on that.

I'm out.

Oh, f*ck!

DEALER:
He owes you, not us.

Excuse me, excuse me for a

minute. I'll be right back.

He might pay, he might not.

You got to stand in line.

Matthew.

Yeah.

Hold on for a second.

How can I help you?

I'll get you that money right

away, don't worry about it.

It's not a concern of mine.

I know you're good for it. Yeah.

I was wondering if we

could have a little chat.

Sure.

An associate of mine asked me

to approach you on his behalf.

Really? Who might that be?

Is this your associate here?

I had no idea what this...

Motherfucker, get down.

Okay, all right.

Get down.

Jesus.

Hey, no need for that, Matt.

I sent those guys.

Put the gun down,

let Mr. Sharp run home

before he pisses on himself.

Look, look, you know what?

How about if I just shoot him

in the fucking head?

Then we got a problem, 'cause

I don't give a shit if you do.

Motherfucker,

what you want, man?

I'm the messenger.

Make a right, first aisle.

Mr. Conner, I won't

thank you for coming

because, let's face it,

you were forced to come.

I'm sure that doesn't

sit well with you.

Well, thank you for

the consideration.

What do I call you?

You don't.

You know, you should really

put that thing away.

Somebody might get hurt.

And who will that be?

Well, like my daddy used to say,

"You never know till you go."

Gentlemen.

Blue has been with me a long time. I'm

afraid he takes his job too seriously.

But he is correct, you don't

need to call me anything.

Blue will be my

intermediary from now on.

I just wanted you to see me

and have some inkling that

the person you're working for

is not some faceless entity.

So let me get this straight,

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