Synopsis: Jack Casey used to be a hot-shot stock market whiz kid. After a disastrous professional decision, his life in the fast lane is over. He loses his nerve and joins a speed delivery firm which relies on bicycles to avoid traffic jams of San Francisco, is attracted to a fellow bicycler, Terri, and befriends Hector, a budding entrepreneur. Can Jack regain his nerve and his self-respect, and rebuild his life on a more sound basis?
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
105 min

The market is higher with

the DowJones industrials...

up one and a half points.

On the commodities market...

grain closed higher with

November fixings at.03.

Three dollars and 75 cents.

That's down 25 cents

from yesterday's close.

London silver is up one cent

to 6.08 cents, and the dollar--

Hey, see that guy up there?

Here's $50 if you can

beat him past the station.

All right, let's go!

Look at this guy go!

All right, that's it.

Look at this guy!


We got him, we got him!

Thanks a lot.

I'm gonna walk.

Listen. I've got an hour,

maybe two.

I'm gonna sell every option

I can get, steal or invent.

- I don't know,Jack. I'm scared.

- Yeah, I got it covered.

- Be sure, okay?

- Okay. Relax, pal.

-All right. I'll see you over there.

- Okay.


Semco call Ds.

Thirties at three dollars.

Semco Ds. Thirties

at two and three quarters.

Buy 250.

Two and three quarters.

Sold! Sold! Sold!

Sold at a half!.

Sold! Sold!

Three hundred fifty--

Three hundred seventy dollars.

- We had it split for three hundred!

- Sold!

- Don't worry!

- Hey,jack, what are you doin'?

I know what I'm doin'.

I know what I'm doin'.

- Sold at a quarter.

- Cancel my bid!

Sold at a quarter.

Sold at a quarter.

Hey, where is everybody?

Where are my buyers?

This is it. This is it.

Sold at a quarter.

- What's goin' on.

- Quarter bid. Buy 20.

- You got it, you got it.

- What are you doing?

- It's too low. You know it,jack.

- Cancel my stock.

- Did you see the way they were buying?

- Relax, Gabe.

The market doesn't close

for another hour. Excuse me.

jack, if Semco moves

one goddamn point up...

it's four million in margin

we're liable for.

It'll slide down. What about Bressler?

Didn't they position with us?

No? Sullivan?

It's like we got the goddamn clap

all of a sudden.

Whiskey, rocks, and a club soda.

- Hi. How you doin'?

- How are you?

Marcus will stand by us

if we lose a point or two.

He said he's thinking about it.

Semco's still trading.

- He said he didn't know.

- He said he didn't know?

jesus, that son of a b*tch!

We started him.

He owes us!

Come on. Table.

So, the guy says to me, the horse

was gelded light. What do I know?

So, the guy says to me, the horse

was gelded light. What do I know?

He said the horse was gelded light.

I'm thinkin' to myself--

- Mr. Casey, telephone call.

- Thank you.

Excuse me.


Thank you.

What about Marcus?

Okay, thank you.

Oh, God.

Oh, my God.

The buyout took place.

Semco just closed at 30.



- What is it, Son?

- Dad...

we've had some trouble.

See, we had this deal

that was goin', and...

we were sellin'

very heavily on margin.

We didn't expect

this buyout to happen...

- which, unfortunately, it did, and--

- How bad is it, Son?


I lost it all.


And you and Mom--your savings.


Hey. We're Caseys.

We can take a punch, right?

There'll be other days, Son.

I was just gonna make a sandwich.

Nice roast beef,

salt and pepper, mayonnaise.

-join me?

- No. No, I can't. Thanks.

Come on. Your mother'll be

right back from the beauty parlor.

She'll be mad if you leave

without seeing her.

No, I got a taxi waitin',

and I got some other people--

I got some things-- I can't.

Don't you worry about us, Son.

You're gonna take a minute,

catch your breath, get right back.

- Right?

- Yeah, sure. Sure.

Won't change your mind?

No, I gotta go.

Here you go.

Thanks a lot.

Falcons leading six to nothing,

and it's the Wildcats'ball now...

on their own 20-yard line

as Norm Shuter, the quarterback...

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