The Bag Man

Synopsis: A professional shooter gets a new job from his boss. The job is simple to bring him a bag without opening it. But everyone on this town wants that bag. So Jack has to protect the bag and try to carry out his mission. In this city he will meet a lot of people and he will seduced by mysterious woman.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): David Grovic
Production: Cinedigm Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.3
Metacritic:
28
Rotten Tomatoes:
9%
R
Year:
2014
108 min
$48,817
Website
21 Views

JACK:
You want to tell me

what this is all about?

I mean, if you want

me to protect this,

don't you want me

to know what it is?

DRAGNA:
No, I don't.

- Okay.

- Can I ask you a question?

- Go ahead.

In all due respect, why don't

you just hire the FedEx?

Because I'm hiring you, Jack.

You want me to pick up this bag and

bring it to you, and that's it?

I want to pay you an

exorbitant amount of money

to get the bag and bring it to me.

I don't get it. Why me?

Jesus Christ. Look.

This is me.

This is you.

This is the money.

This is the bag.

You go and get the bag.

And now, Jack,

this is vitally important.

You do not look in this bag.

You do not open this bag.

You don't even take a

little peek in this bag.

The contents of this

bag are off-limits.

Understood?

Okay, I get it.

And you bring this bag to me.

And I give you the money.

Clear?

(LINE RINGING)

Yeah, hello.

How'd it go?

Your man, Bishop, tried to kill me.

Regardless, we stick to the plan.

What do you mean,

"We stick to the plan"?

I'm telling you your

man tried to whack me

and you're telling me

you still want me to go

to this shitty motel in

the middle of nowhere

and sit around and wait

for you all night?

Oh, yes.

How do I know there's not somebody

else waiting for me at the motel?

Jack, calm down.

I'm calm... I'm calling

you from a payphone

because he shot the fucking

cell phone out of my hand.

He put a fucking

bullet in my hand...

You didn't look in the bag, did you?

No, I didn't look in the bag.

You stick to the plan.

Yes. We stick to the plan.

Room 13.

(HANGS UP) Room 13.

Bishop, let's go.

(GRUNTING)

You couldn't stick to

the plan, could you?

No! You shoot a guy in the hand.

Come on.

(GRUNTS)

(STARTS ENGINE)

(ROCK MUSIC PLAYING)

(DINGS)

(MUSIC STOPS)

Can I help you?

Yeah. I need a room, please.

Okay.

How long you'll be staying?

One night.

Just for one night? Okay.

Yeah.

I'll need you to fill this out.

And I need to see a credit card.

I'll be paying in cash.

Excuse me?

I said, "I'll be paying in cash."

Okay.

I need you to fill out this card

and that'll be $65 plus tax.

What happened?

- What?

- Your hand is bleeding.

Oh.

I got into a fight with my wife.

She stabbed me with a steak knife.

She lunged at me.

Maybe you should go to a

hospital and get that looked at.

No, I'm fine.

I can call 'em if you'd like.

No, it's all right.

That's not necessary.

- It could be infected.

- It's not.

Might be infected

and not even know.

I said, "It's fine."

Please. (CLEARS THROAT)

Fill out this card.

And this one, too.

Both of them.

- You're Bob Smith.

- Yeah.

- From Pittsburgh?

- Mmm-hmm.

You're gonna be in room number 6.

I want room 13, please.

- 13?

- Yeah.

Not many people ask for room 13.

So it's available, yeah?

Was you asked to ask

for that number?

Asked to ask?

- Were you?

- I'm asking you.

Room 13.

It's my lucky number.

I'm a contrarian, you know?

(CHUCKLES) You're either a

contrarian or you're a victim.

You'll be in room number 13.

That's not an interconnecting room.

Interconnecting?

You can't go from one

room to the next

without going outside of the door.

Is that all right with you?

I don't give a f*ck.

All right! You'll be in room number 13.

You can drive on down there.

Park by it if you'd like.

(GROANING)

(ROCK MUSIC PLAYING)

Hey!

Excuse me.

(DINGS)

(MUSIC STOPS)

The phone in my room is dead.

The line is dead.

Oh, that's

because it's not turned on.

Could you turn it on, please?

Well, in order for me

to turn on the phone

or any incidentals,

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