The Lookalike

Synopsis: Drug lord William Spinks has a curious obsession with Sadie Hill and uses family friends Bobby and Frank to get to her. But when Sadie's death jeopardizes a major deal, Bobby and Frank set out to find a replacement, a lookalike to fool Spinks. The shady plan propels an ex-basketball champion, a deaf beauty, an addict, and an aspiring actress into an unlikely romance and a desperate quest to start over.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Richard Gray
Production: Well Go USA
Rotten Tomatoes:
100 min


They say people come into

your life for a reason...

But I never bought into all that.

I sure as hell didn't

deserve a good hand,

dealing drugs for my

ex-basketball coach Bobby...

Dumbing down the population

one brain cell at a time...

Though I had my reasons.

For years, I was hung up on a blown-out

knee that ended my basketball career.

Then, along came Mila.

Choosing my bar for

her final night out...

and everything changed.

Not now.

Sadie Ann Hill.

- How do you spell "Ann"?

- A, double N, no E.

- Where were you born?

- New York.

Your parents were convinced

that you'd be a boy.

- They'd chosen a name.

- Thomas.

No, that's incorrect.

My mom liked the name Thomas.

My dad liked the name William.

When you were 11, your parents took

you to the palace of Versailles.


What did you wear that day?

What did I wear?

I don't know what the f*** I wore.

You had a friend accompany you.

What was her name?


Something happened to

Georgia in Versailles.

Didn't it, Sadie?

The correct answer will ensure that

your friends get what they need.

Yeah, something happened to her.


I look forward to seeing you, my dear.

Well, you need a drink?

Hey, hey, hey.

- What happened?

- The guy they want me to screw.

- I know him.

- What? Who is he?

William Spinks.

Oh! I'm so sorry. Are you okay?

Oh, God, I'm sorry. Here.

Do you like shoes?

Okay, you like shoes. Here.

You come in here,

I will give you a free pair.

Okay? I'm sorry.

Drew, are you still there?

You thinking of pulling out?

No, I'm not thinking

of pulling out. I just...

- I just need to think about it, okay?

- Okay, baby. Whatever you say.

All right.

Can I get a drink?

Yeah, I'm not going to be able to

make it to Vegas this weekend.

I got too much to do here. All right?

- He's filming it, isn't he?

- Listen!

And he's going to send a

tape to my dad, isn't he?

I could give two fucks.

I just don't want it to go public.

It's not going public. All right?

He's got a reputation, too.

Okay. But I want a half a mil.

You agreed to 300,000.

Yeah, that's before I knew who it was.

You didn't tell me I'd be f***ing

my dad's business partner.

- And my girlfriend thinks...

- Hey, we said to tell no one!

- Relax. She's not going to say anything.

- Hey. She's the only one you told?

Huh? Is she the only one you told?

And what does your girlfriend think?

She thinks that you need

me more than I need you.

- Don't f*** with us, Sadie.

- Frank.


F*** it.

Okay. All right. All right!

Half a million.

I swear to God, you tell another soul,

you are f***ing dead!



Is Joe there?

No, he's not, unfortunately.

Are you... you here for the...

I'm Holt. Hi.


Yeah, well, you can wait here?

No. If he's not here, he's not here.

I should probably go.

Well, I'm sure he won't be long.

All right, that's it.

That's the last of it.

Good girl.

Your dad did like dogs. He just didn't

know how to pick the fast ones.

We done?

- Say hi to your mom for me.

- We're done.

- You don't go near her again.

- Mom's pride and joy.

- College hero to drug zero.

- Goodbye, Vincent.

Yeah. Come on, girl.

- It's good, right?

- Not bad.

Just the right amount of MSG.

Hey, here comes Frank.

What's he doing?

Did you see who came in that?

That ain't his car.

She drives a gold Camry.

Jules is going to take it to the garage,

and then Lewis will drive your jag.

Crack. Whether you're selling it,

smoking it, no good...


No good comes from f***ing crack.

I'm sorry little lady.

This deal is not for us.

What, William Spinks retiring and passing

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