Rapid Fire

Synopsis: When student Jake Lo witnesses a killing, he finds himself caught between two feuding drug lords. Betrayed and set up by the federal agents protecting him, the only one he can trust is Ryan, a single-minded Chicago cop who reminds Jake of his deceased father. To clear his name, Jake agrees to help Ryan bring down the drug lords.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Dwight H. Little
Production: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
95 min

Hold it!


Do not disturb our guests.

You make us look bad.

Long flight, huh, Mr Serrano?

to my country, my friend.

Hey, come here.

It's a long way from the south side, Tommy.

Welcome, Mr Serrano.

Mr Serrano? Get outta here! Tony.

Do not fear the weapon,

fear the man.

Please... Tony.

Can you believe it's been 20 years, Tony?

Meanwhile, you still look like a kid.

Now look at me

I got wrinkles on the inside, my friend!

- You don't know my worries, Tommy.

- Cocaine sales down 37 per cent.

- You got good sources.

- CNN.

Hey, uh...

I need help, Tommy.

Come. Let us see the fight.

Sit in the back and keep

a watchful eye.

Hey, Tommy,

I didn't come 10,000

f***in' miles to watch

these guys whack each

other with big toothpicks

Why did you come, Tony?

You know why I'm hurting,

then you know why I came.

I supply you with heroin, you distribute it.

It's good business for everyone.

Better for you.

I made you, Tommy. I want something back.

I want a piece of your end.

I like you, Mr Serrano. Don't push it!

Now you listen to me,

you f***in' little bastard!

I got you started when

all your couriers could

deliver were fortune cookies and

You were a f***in' runner for me, Tommy.

That's your history.

You owe me, the Tongs owe me,

everybody owes me.

And I don't give a f*** who hears it!

What the hell did he just say?

It's a Sicilian proverb.

It means:

"Don't ask for what you can't take."

Machine guns cannot murder our dreams.

Prisons cannot silence our voices.

Two years ago today,

Tiananmen Square was a nightmare!

But the dream of democracy lives on...

Free China now!

Free China now! Free China now!

Free China now! Free China now!

- Check this out.

- Free China now!

Free China now!

Free China now! Free China now!

Freedom in China

Dad! We have to get outta here!

Jake! Jake, get out now!






- Uh, Jake Lo, right?

- Yeah.

- Hi. I'm Paul Yang. It's great to meet you

- I know who you are. I'm not interested

You were there.

We're having a fundraiser tonight, you know

I thought maybe you could come and, uh

- speak to the students

- No

Don't you care about the cause?

Do you see me waving a flag?

Okay, how can you not care, man?

Your old man's death had...

nothing to do with the revolution

My old man died for nothing

That's nice. That's good.

Very good improvement.


This is life study, OK?

Just draw what you see.

That's what I see.

OK, everybody. Good work. See you Friday.

Could I look at what you did?

Sure. Yeah.


- That's me?

- No. You're the dragon.

- Do you like it?

- I really like it.

- Here.

- Thanks.

Well, I'd better go get dressed.

Yeah. You'd catch a cold.


You wanna go out with me tonight?

- Yeah. Sure.

- Great!


Why don't you meet me here...

around 8:

Who knows? Maybe you'll think

I'm sexier with my clothes on!

- Thank you.

- Sure.

Don't bet on it.



I have a little gift for you

Oh, Tommy, this is beautiful!

- Fifth-century Mongolian.

- Oh, I know. I know.

It's good to have you back in LA.

Carl, I want you to be extra careful

in the next few weeks, OK?


Serrano. He paid me a visit.

Let me tell you something.

Serrano's got dick. He's broke.

All his guys are in the pen. He's weak.

I know he's weak.

As long as you take care of business,

everything will be fine.

I will. I will, Tommy.

- Hi, Jake.

- How you doin'?

Come in.

For a minute I thought

I had the wrong address.

No. This is the place.

- This'll work. Yours?

- A businessman lets us use it.

Ladies and gentlemen... Jake Lo.

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Alan B. McElroy

Alan B. McElroy is an American screenwriter, producer, and director of film, television, comic books, and video games. He is best known for his collaborations with Todd McFarlane on the Spawn franchise, and for penning horror films such as Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Wrong Turn. more…

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