The Big Hit

Synopsis: To payoff his second girlfriend's debt, hitman Melvin Smiley undertakes a kidnapping job with his usual associates. In a world of prospective Jewish in-laws and late movie fees, the hitman falls in love with the victim and must settle the score with those out to double-cross him.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Kirk Wong
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
6.1
Metacritic:
31
Rotten Tomatoes:
41%
R
Year:
1998
91 min
46 Views

- Got a present for you.|- Who is it?

- Sammy.|- Sammy the Bull?

Sammy the Knife. I diced him up.

Did you clean him? Ah, man!

You're coming back for this weekend?|All right. Good luck.

Damn, Vince. Cheap, leaky bags! Shit!

Shit!

You've looked better, Sammy.

Hey, baby, how you doing?

- Can I ask an important question?|- Sure.

Where directly the f*ck|have you been all week?

Working.

Looks like your ass is still working.

I'm doing a favor for Vince.|He got that thing this weekend.

Melvin, you're doing|this shit for free!

You have a mortgage to pay|and my car note!

Did you see these notices?|Will you look at this shit?

Take care of your responsibilities|instead of doing favors for coworkers!

You're down at least 25 grand.

- Twenty-five grand?|- Yeah, baby!

- How did that happen?|- That's considering the mortgage.

The note on my Jag.

And all the other expenses.

He's kinda cute. Who is that?

That's Sammy the Knife,|one of Costanzo's crew.

That shit turns me off.

Vince is gonna be here on Saturday|to pick him up so I'm leaving him here.

- Are you going out this weekend?|- Maybe.

- Where's your fiancee?|- All right. Shit!

- You trying to clown me?|- I'm serious, dog. I've seen the light.

Check out the six-pack!|Looking kinda diesel, kid.

I get my workout swerve|on six days a week.

You telling me you never jerked|your dick in your life until last week?

That's bullshit, man.

I never needed to.

I've been fucking since I was ten.

I can relate to that.

- Cisco!|- Cisco, yo.

I can't wear green. Clashes with|my eyes. Look good on you, though.

Bust a move, man.|We're gonna be late.

- Shit. Yo, Vinnie, you hear the news?|- What's that?

This fool claim he don't bone females|since he discovered wringing his rag.

- Is that true?|- No doubt. It's lower maintenance.

Mel is /ike me. He loves to bump bag.

He's got fwo of fhe sweefest-

If anybody needs to make a switch|to straight jacking, it's Mel.

Both of them chickenheads|is takin' my man to the cleaners.

Especially Chantel.

The way I see it, with the loot I saved|and the money I'll clock this weekend...

I should be able to put the final|payment down on that Grande Pinoche.

Sail that baby around the world!|Can you imagine that?

Damn Caribbean. Mediterranean.

South Seas.

Sounds great.

You need to get in on that weekend job|with me, Crunch and Gump.

- We could use a fourth.|- I got that thing this weekend.

Oh, well.|All right, gentlemen, synchronize.

- You know the drill, baby.|- Word is bond.

As agreed.|Three blondes under 20.

Midwestern. No tattoos.

- How much?|- Fifty thousand apiece.

Fifty thousand?

F*ck them.

Get ready in five, four...

three, two, one.

Shit!

All right, all right.

In five, four...

three-

Ah, go, go!

- It's getting thick here! I need backup!|- We gof incoming.

We'll hold 'em back for you, man!

They're backing off.

With the bonus from today's hit, and|the chips from this weekend's caper...

I should be able to take|about a year off.

This is a bonus hit?

Without a doubt. Twenty-five large|to whoever clip the big man.

- Nondairy creamer?|- Yeah.

- What happened?|- Get off!

Go, go!

Are you ladies okay?

I'm really sorry about the mess.

- Time to get paid.|- Yes, sir.

- Take a piece of this!|- That's what we talkin' about!

Yeah, man!

We fucked 'em up!

You're so fine.

I wanna pour milk on you and make you|part of my complete breakfast!

- Baby, you got a number for me?|- 911!

Come on, fellas, we gotta go!|Quit wasting your time.

We better find Mel|before he gets my bonus.

- Damn lesbians.|- Come on.

Cisco, where the f*ck you at?|I need backup!

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Ben Ramsey

Ben Ramsey (December 28, 1903 – March 27, 1985) was a Texas politician who served in a succession of offices during the mid-20th century. He served in both Houses of the Texas Legislature, as secretary of state, 34th Lieutenant Governor, and as member of the Texas Railroad Commission. Ramsey was born on December 28, 1903, in San Augustine in San Augustine County in east Texas, the son of William Charles and Emma Jenkins Ramsey. He attended San Augustine public schools and worked on the family farm. After finishing high school, he worked three years in his father's law and abstract office, then enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin. He passed the state bar examination before graduation and was licensed to practice law in 1931. Ramsey was elected to the Texas House of Representatives and served two terms. Afterward he returned to San Augustine to practice law with his brother for five years. In 1940, he was elected to the first of two four-year terms to the Texas State Senate. He became a Senate leader in anti-deficit legislation and legislation to regulate labor unions. In 1949, Governor Beauford H. Jester chose Ramsey to be Texas Secretary of State. In 1950, Ramsey resigned from the position before being elected to statewide office as Lieutenant Governor of Texas and was re-elected in 1952, 1954, 1956, 1958, and 1960 for six two-year terms. When Governor Allan Shivers's conservative branch of Texas Democrats clashed with the state's more liberal Democrats, led by U.S. Senate Majority Leader (and future U.S. President) Lyndon B. Johnson and U.S. House Speaker Samuel T. Rayburn of Texas, the two factions agreed to support Ramsey as a member of the National Democratic Committee. In fiscal affairs, especially opposition to higher taxes, Ramsey was considered conservative. Despite this, he supported Governor Shivers in raising revenue necessary for higher teachers' pay, state hospitals, and prisons. Like Shivers, he was an enemy of labor unions. He strongly supported rural electrification, water conservation and development, paving of farm roads, and stricter laws regulation what he called "fly-by-night insurance companies." On September 18, 1961, he resigned from the lieutenant governorship in the middle of his sixth term in office, after being appointed by Governor Price Daniel to the Texas Railroad Commission. The next year, he was elected to the unexpired term and in 1964 and 1970, was re-elected to full six-year terms. He served three two-year terms as chairman. Just before his appointment to the commission, Texas was successful in achieving control over offshore oil (see Tidelands controversy), and Ramsey helped composed the rules for Texas coastal drilling. He chose not to run for re-election to a third six-year term in 1976 and retired from public office in 1977 following 26 years in statewide elected office. Ramsey was married to Florine Hankla of San Augustine, and the couple had three daughters, Rita, Ann and MariBen. He died on March 27, 1985 and was buried in San Augustine. more…

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