The Package

Synopsis: All Tommy Wick has to do is deliver a "Package" to a rival crime lord, nicknamed 'The German'. It seems like a routine job, until another gang tries to hijack the precious cargo and Tommy has to fight every inch of the way to deliver it safely. The problem is, the "Package" isn't what Tommy was led to believe, and now he's in even deeper than he ever thought possible.
Director(s): Jesse V. Johnson
Production: Anchor Bay Films
 
IMDB:
5.1
R
Year:
2013
95 min
$1,095
Website
37 Views

Okay, now...

now it's time for some bowling.

All right.

Come on. You know what?

If you're not gonna take this seriously

and hit down the pin, just sit down

and let the real bowlers bowl.

You know what it is?

You're supposed to look at the triangle.

- Let's see, let's see.

- That's where you're supposed to look.

- Let's see what you got.

- Okay, just keep your eye on me.

You're gonna see this.

- You watchin'? All right, here we go.

- I'm watchin'.

- Oh yeah! Nice!

Oh!

That's how it's done! See that?

Were you watching?

- All right, I saw it.

- It's all about technique.

As a matter of fact, I'm so confident

I can knock that one down,

I got a solid Franklin here

says I clear that frame.

- Copy that.

- Why don't you put your money

- where your mouth is?

- I got that.

- Now it gets interesting.

- Right there.

Yeah! Watch, don't take

your eyes off me.

All I need is my lucky ball here.

I got my lucky ball.

All right, we're gonna

make this happen.

Where you going? Look at this guy

going to the bathroom again.

You incontinent old man.

All right, here we go again, fellas.

You ready?

Okay, you guys tell me

we're gonna make this happen.

It's me and my ball.

It's me and my lucky ball.

In my universe,

it's me and my crystal ball.

Looking in my ball,

you know what I see in my future?

A spare.

Watch.

I'll teach ya how to do this

a little bit later on, all right?

Pay attention.

Hey, you guys keep it down.

I'm tryin' to bowl over here.

No respect, I tell you.

These guys. Okay.

Oh! All day long!

I'm just gonna...

How you doing, Luis?

You got something for me?

I told Big Doug I'd have it,

I'll have it.

I want you to think very carefully

about your next move, Luis.

I don't think so, buddy.

Walt, you gotta

let me outta here.

Come on, you know me.

I'm a regular here, I'll be back.

But those are my shoes.

Hey.

Word to the wise, brother.

Stay down.

You'll get your shoes back.

You know me.

You don't know these guys.

- Please, you'll get them back.

- Tommy needs ya,

- Tommy's gonna get ya.

- I'm a regular here...

- Hey, I'll take an 11.

- Tommy, I'm sorry.

I was gonna pay ya, Tommy.

Tommy, I'm gonna pay.

I'm sorry. Ah!

I'm sorry, Tommy.

I was gonna pay!

I swear, I was gonna...

This ain't right!

It ain't fair!

Oh, it ain't right?

It ain't fair?

I gave you a 10-day extension.

That's more than fair.

But me having to track

your little ass down, that ain't right.

Look, you can't

just come in here and...

Yeah, I can, Luis,

because this is what I do.

This is my job.

Let me break it down

for you, dumbass.

If you borrow from Big Doug

and pay him back, I got no play in that.

But when you borrow

from Big Doug...

- Don't! Please!

... and don't pay him back?

He shoots, he loses.

Please, Tommy!

- Big Doug says me and Julio...

- Tommy, Tommy, please.

Don't!

- I'm sorry!

- I was generous with you, Luis,

seeing we only earn base

plus a cut of the vig.

Meaning the less the vig,

the less money for me and Julio here.

And that ain't right.

I'm sorry, Tommy!

- Be careful, Tommy.

- Ain't fair.

- Okay, I'm sorry, Tommy.

- You got my money?

- Maybe, maybe!

Luis, ain't nothing's ever

been accomplished with a maybe.

Come on, Tommy!

This is crazy!

Okay, I get it!

I get the point, Tommy!

You got two choices.

You either pay Big Doug the money

you owe him in the next 24 hours

or you run and you hide.

Because next time, we ain't

gonna be so easy on your ass.

Smile.

Last time I had

a blood test was at the VA

when I was shipped home

from Iraq.

Seriously though, who knew a job

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Derek Kolstad

Derek Kolstad (born 1974) is an American screenwriter best known as the original creator of the John Wick film series. Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, Kolstad attended Edgewood High School of the Sacred Heart and later studied business administration at Taylor University in Indiana. He moved to California at age 24 to pursue screenwriting. He says he started writing films when he was a teenager, but he struggled for success in Hollywood at first.The first script he sold was called Acolyte, which was purchased by Voltage Pictures in June 2012. After that, he got some writing and re-writing work, including work on One in the Chamber, starring Dolph Lundgren and Cuba Gooding Jr. He then wrote another Dolph Lundgren film titled The Package. By the end of 2012, Kolstad sold his other script, titled Scorn, to Thunder Road Pictures, and in April 2013, Keanu Reeves agreed to star in the film. It was Reeves who suggested the name of the film change to John Wick after the title character who was named after Kolstad's grandfather. The film went on to be a major box office and critical success. It was followed by a sequel, John Wick: Chapter 2 in 2017, and a third film was announced soon after the release of the second.In addition to the movies, Kolstad also wrote the videogame John Wick: Chronicles and is participating in the John Wick comic book series.Kolstad lives in Pasadena, California with his wife Sonja and twin toddlers. In 2017, it was reported that Kolstad has three major upcoming projects: John Wick 3: Parabellum, along with a live-action television adaptation of the Hitman franchise, and an action-thriller titled The Steward. more…

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