The Assassin's Code

Synopsis: A rookie detective, son of a dead disgraced cop, works to solve his first major case while under the watchful eye of a ghost-like assassin.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): David A. Armstrong
Production: Gravitas Ventures
 
IMDB:
5.3
TV-MA
Year:
2018
95 min
6 Views


[sirens wailing]

[dramatic music]

- Wait what? What's this?

- You gotta be fuckin' kidding me.

- Oh, my God.

- Oh, God.

- What the hell is this?

- I don't know what the f*ck this is.

Hey asshole, P.D. Come on.

- [siren whooping]

- Hello?

[sirens whoops]

- [bangs]

- What the f*ck?!

- Get the f*ck outta the car!

- Get the f*ck out!

[all yelling]

[shouting]

- Let's go, bitch.

- Come on, let's go.

Walk!

Hey, bitch! Handcuff

your boy here.

- Let's go!

- Move it, sunshine.

Careful! Careful!

Come on!

Looks like we're

working overtime tonight, huh?

You're not walking

from this, asshole!

- [cocking gun]

- Wanna fuckin' bet?

That's it! Move out!

Hey! It's not worth it.

Let's get the f*ck outta here.

Let's get the f*ck

out of here.

[all chuckle]

[birds singing]

[Woman] That's when the bank

called to tell me

I didn't write all those checks.

I'm on Social Security.

Yes, ma'am, there's a fraud

ring operating in this area.

Well, they must've taken my

new checks outta my mailbox.

Are you writing that down?

Yes, ma'am.

Out. Of. Your. Mailbox.

You should get your checks

sent to a P.O. box

or pick 'em up in person.

It isn't easy for me

to get around, officer.

I take the bus.

- It's "Detective."

- Really?

You seem too young.

Well, I've aged some

since this conversation.

Look,

we've got your information,

here's my card,

don't hesitate to call

if anything

else comes up.

[Woman] Scout,

where are you going?

[dog barks]

[car alarm chirps]

[dramatic music]

- [chattering]

- [phones ringing]

I'm not at liberty to say.

Surely you people know

I can't make a comment

on a goddamn investigation

that's ongoing!

Oh, you want a sound bite?

Sure.

How about "Go f*ck yourself"?

- [clears throat]

- Thank you, Michael.

Okay, next.

- Drug holdup.

- Oh yeah.

Fuckin' press is having

a field day with that one.

These two stupid

fuckin' coconuts,

they go get themselves

ripped off,

upstairs is breathing down

my neck.

I want on the case.

It's handled, kid.

Who?

- Steve Kitchen.

- Kitchen?!

Come on, Cap, that guy

couldn't find a clue

if you FedEx'ed him one.

He's got 15 years on you,

Michael.

Plus he came up in the rotation,

and, correct me if I'm

wrong, you're on a case?

Paper pushing doesn't count.

Lookit, that wasn't

some random score...

someone knew to hit that van.

That's what we call conjecture,

Michael.

Yeah, well, let me on with

Kitchen, I'll find out.

Michael, you haven't exactly

made what I would call

a good case for team player

around here.

I can work this one.

I'm not my dad.

Don't diss your old man, son.

Try living in his shadow.

Michael.

Look, I know you can do the job.

I'm the one that

put in for your promotion.

But you are low man on

the totem pole here.

You will get your shot.

- No.

- No what?

No, I do not want your

assistance on this case.

Come on, Kitchen, I can

check some leads for you,

- handle some legwork.

- I got this.

I don't need a sous chef

just 'cause O'Brian

handed you a toy detective

badge to play with.

- What do you got there?

- We all done here?

- What?

- I'm gonna go hit the head,

wring it out.

Let me know if you find it.

Prick.

[Man] You're late.

I know, Carmen,

it won't happen again.

You got something for me?

I'm a little short this week,

Carmen.

David, that is two strikes

in one day.

Carmen, hear me out.

Did you catch what

went down last night?

Oh, don't make me guess.

The police van holdup.

What, you?

Yeah. Well, I helped.

[chuckles]

I didn't know you had it

in ya, kid.

Well, you know, first they

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