Top Coat Cash

Synopsis: The movie opens as Johnny Thompson loses a vital MMA match in Vegas. Because of his unscrupulous dealings, he flees Vegas and returns to his hometown of Kansas City. Things heat up when Joe McCray, the bookie from Vegas, arrives in Kansas City with two of his lackeys to collect from Johnny. As this is occurring, Jason and Tom Perkins, a father son duo who operate a nail salon, are looking for partners to join in their daring bank heists after one of their partners is killed. Jason and Tom learn that Johnny, with whom they worked with years before, is back in town. They decide to approach Johnny with an "opportunity". Johnny agrees to join them, but the situation progressively deteriorates when the FBI and Joe McCray begin to suspect (with good reason) that Johnny is behind the bank heists. An array of characters enter the picture to complicate the plot, including: Eric Hoffman (a corrupt banker), Brennan (an amateur race car driver), Jason's wife, Johnny's son, Johnny's ex-wife, Earnes
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
105 min


- Ladies and gentleman

it is now time for the

main event of the evening.

Your current, reigning,

defending bfc champion,

Johnny Thompson.

He looks to be in trouble here.

He's down, I can't believe it!

This guys just come on cleaner.

Hey, drop the gun!

- Pick out a gun!

Get down on floor,

hurry up, hurry up.

Hurry the f*** up!

- Hurry up, hurry up, man

i said hurry the f*** up,

get down!

Who the f*** you think

you're looking at?

Keep your hands in the air.

Shut the f*** up, get

to the f***ing ground.

- Hurry up!

Come on!

- We ain't got time for that.

Come on!

Get the f*** over there.

Or else I'll blow

your f***ing head off.

Move it, move it,

move it, move it, move it!

- Where the f***,

hurry up, hurry up.

Get down, get down.

Lay it on the ground.

On the f***ing,

get your hands spread and

it won't be any trouble.

- 125.

Bank robbery in progress.

Arms out, everyone.

You, how we doing?

We got hurry back, let's go,

- the problem is not your jobs,

it's your credit.

It says here your home

was foreclosed back in,

let me see here, oh,

2009, and on top of that

Emily, it is Emily right?

- Yes, Emily.

- Okay, anyway, Emily,

you recently got back to

the workforce, it says here

that you've been having

trouble making payments

on your student loans.

- The only reason

being I was unemployed.

- Look, I understand.

We know it's not your fault,

but with a credit score of

415, there's just nothing

I can do for you at this time.

Have a nice day.

- Run a CSI in the lab, we

gotta make this priority one,

nobody shoots one of our

cops and gets away with it,

we're gonna find this guy,

we're gonna mess him up,


- Detective Lee.

How's your wounded officer?

- He's gonna be just find

Miller, now that he knows

the FBI's on the case.

- The last three robberies

they hit the tellers.

This time they hit the

vault, they're getting bolder

and they're breaking

their own rules.

- Who's the dead civilian?

- He was armed, tried to

take on the two bad guys,

bad guy number two got out

the door and engaged our

officer there in

the parking lot.

Wounded the officer

before he got away,

our civilian here is the

reason why dead bad guy

number one is a drt.

- It's a high price.

What do you have on the suspect?

- No ID, nothing on him yet.

But we'll have something soon.

- Get as much as you

can, as soon as you can.

I want criminal background,

work history, affiliations.

The sooner we get a positive

ID the sooner we can catch

his partner before

he pulls another job.

- Johnny?

Johnny Thompson.

- Just back into

town, figured hey,

why not stop by and have a

chat with the old trainer.

- Come in damn it.

It's close to my bedtime.

Want something to drink?

- You got a beer?

- I'm an old, single, black

man and you ask if I have

a beer?

- You still training?

- Until I die.

Mostly boxing though.

- You see my last fight?

- I sure did.

Live in Vegas.

Couldn't miss it.

- Came to ask you a favor.

I need you to train me again.

I've got a fight

coming up, a big one.

The payouts huge.

- What happened

to your trainer in Vegas?

- I dropped him.

- Because

of your last fight?

- In part.

- Jesus Johnny.

You have no one to blame

but yourself for that fight,

I mean you moved slow, your

jabs were inconsistent.

And you're looking like

an amateur with that crap.

- Yeah well, that's

why I'm here.

- That picture was

taken right before his death.

- You know,

you're the closest i

had to a real father.

- Your father was a good

man, Johnny, just couldn't

handle temptation.

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