The Last Heist

Synopsis: A bank Robbery goes terribly wrong when one of the hostages turns out to be a wanted serial killer
Director(s): Mike Mendez
Production: Benattar/Thomas Productions
Rotten Tomatoes:
84 min

THE LAST HEIS You are listening

to KRCW Los Angeles,

news just in of a grisly

homicide in Redondo Beach.

Sonya Jacobson is

live at the scene.

That's right, Nick. I'm here at

Redondo Beach where the LAPD

are investigating the murder last

night of 22 year old Lisa Gonzales.

They're not confirming

any details,

but officers I've spoken

to are saying that it has

all the signs of a serial

murderer they're calling

"The Window Killer."

It would bring

his known tally of victims

in the Southland,

over the last two years, to 15.

That nickname, by the

way, is because he

takes his victims eyes

with him

as some kind of sick trophy.

I'm being told now that

the LAPD are going all out

to find this maniac as we

roll into the holiday weekend.

What the f*ck?


All right, everybody be cool.

What the f*ck is this?

Geez, what the f*ck

are you looking at?

Move on, asshole.

All clear.

Can I help you, sir?

I'm here to make a deposit.

Five minutes, folks.

Final weapons check.

Come on, man,

we did that already.

Then we'll do it again,

Echo Three.

It's a soft target.

There's no guards.

Skeleton staff,

handful of civilians.

Nobody is getting shot today.

So I want safeties on,

chambers empty.

We might as well go

in with squirt guns.

Hey, you know what? I've got

a butter knife in my pocket.

Tracey, chill the f*ck out.

I'm afraid we're not

accepting deposits.

Actually, as you can see,

we're closing down.

Didn't you get our letter?

I don't get mail.

I see.

-What about her?

-She got our letter.

We've asked all our customers to

come in and empty out their boxes.

What if they don't?

Well, the feds come in

and they take everything

to a secret storage and

then they trace the owners.

I don't want that.

Most of our customers

feel the same way.

But it is procedure.

Why don't I take my stuff now?

Well, you would need

to have the letter.

-I told you.

-Yes, you don't get mail.

do you have ID?

I have this.

Well, Reverend,

I'll tell you what.

Come over to the counter

and I'll sort ya out.

We go hot in five minutes.

-Masks on.

-Somebody wake up Biggs.

Rock and roll.

OK, here you are.

You can have that back.

So... how long now?

Just a few moments.

I'm sorry again, Mrs. Waxman.

I know this has all

been very inconvenient.

I'm afraid that's not

good enough, young man.

I have had an account

here for 50 years.

That is no way to treat a

customer, closing down like this.

Well, times change, I'm afraid.

We're all very sad here.

Now, if you want to take a seat,

I'll call a cab to take you home.

F*ck you.


-Yes, sir.

The reverend would

like to empty his box.

Is he on the list?

He didn't get the letter.

But I processed him,

and he's set to go.

It's all very irregular.

But I suppose

it'll be all right.

You can take him back

as soon as I finish

-with Mrs. Gowan.

-Yes, sir.

I need to do this now.

As I'm sure has

been explained to you,

it's one at a time today.

So, if you don't mind

waiting your turn.

I'm sure you won't

mind if I go first.

Well, I've been here for

hours and I'm almost late

for my Pilates class, so...


If it's that important to you.

Are you sure?


You see?

She's happy that I go first.

OK. If you'll follow me,

I'll take you back.

After you, sir.

We really are in the

process of closing up,

so I am sorry about

the mess down here.

Watch your step here.

Been banking here long?

Nobody move.

Get your hands in the air.

Everybody stay

right where you are.

-Echo clear?


-Echo Three.


-Echo Two.


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