True Blue

Synopsis: Rembrandt Macy (Tom Berenger) is a maverick cop assigned to a case where the primary evidence is a woman's hand found in a pond. Investigators identify the dead, and Macy is lead into a ...
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): J.S. Cardone
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
101 min

(DUCKS QUACKING) It's just sitting out there. I say we take it. See? There it is. Don't mess with that boat. It ain't nobody's, C.J. Why aren't you in school? It's summer, dumb-ass. Don't call me that, chubby. Leave the boat. It's ours now. I saw a man put that in there. He ain't here now. BOY: Finders keepers,

losers weep... Holy sh*t. (TIRES SCREECHING) (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) (INDISTINCT) They're here. It's about f***ing time. Freebo's inside.

Bouton and I

will use the stairs. -Anybody else?

-A girl. That makes it easy. Ricky said that's all. You trust him? Let's say hello. Where's the warrant? You were supposed to get it. No, you were. -No, no, you guys...

-Do you hear that? Somebody's calling for help. Don't you hear that? Sh*t. (BABY CRYING) You didn't say

there were kids here. You didn't give

me a chance to. We gonna rock 'n' roll or not? (GUN COCKING) Go. Police! Freeze! Wrong room! Wrong room! Police! Don't move! TOOTS: Oh, sh*t! BOUTON: It's empty! Toots! Got them! Got them! (SCREAMS) Don't be stupid.

Just stay where you're at. You heard her. Be cool. It stinks like sh*t in here. Don't shoot.

I didn't do anything. (GROANS) Mmm-hmm. This what you looking for,

you piece of sh*t? Rembrandt. (WOMAN SCREAMING) Stop right there! (WOMAN WHIMPERING) I can't believe it! We had no choice. They jumped out. We watched

Freebo six months and you just bust in there! You should've told us. I don't have to. You shouldn't have been there!

You had no warrant

and no probable cause! You weren't there. He's right. Bull. He's got a long

history of fuckups. Why you carry

this sorry-ass... I don't have to

take this sh*t! Rembrandt! (INDISTINCT SHOUTING) I'm tired of him riding me. This happened to Tiger,

a great detective. Keep him away

from me, or else. This is why you

have no partner.

You can't be a cowboy. Now find a rock

and hide under it for a while. I'm off the Martinez case? Let the others handle it. Another case came

up this morning. Try not to f***

that one up. Okay? (INSTRUMENT WHIRRING) Hey, Bass. How you doing? Hey, Rem. How's it going? All right. What happened to him? Him and some other winos

were shooting

rats with a .357. He jams the barrel in the mud

while he's stumbling around. Plugged it up,

blew himself up. -Damn!

-(CHUCKLES) Ah. Here's the hand

those kids found

at Taylor Pond. It is female. You got an age? My guess, 20s. -Prints?

-Good ones. It was only in a few days.

I sent them off. She wore a ring.

You can see the indent. Oh, yeah.

Married, do you think? Maybe. (ROCK MUSIC PLAYING) Koko. Johnnie Walker Red. Who's the new dancer? Kind of hard on the eyes, huh? Heard about you and Kenner. I was hoping

you'd get a hit in. I guess my heart wasn't in it. I bet he was

cleaning out his shorts. Thanks. How can I get in your pants? I've got one

a**hole in there already. Ooh! Ow! (LAUGHING) Here's to you guys

getting Martinez,

with or without me. Screw that.

Here's to long

legs and big tits. I'm with that. And by the way,

how are Beck's? -I wouldn't know.

-Yeah, right.

Toots says otherwise. She's got an itch for you. You're dreaming. No, you guys'd

make a nice couple. I will say this.

She's aces with a gun. Everybody knows your dick

gets hard in a shootout. You think Beck

gets wet around the taco? What's so funny? We're just talking

about Mexican food. More drinks? -No, thank you.

-No, I'm good. I gotta hit it. Rem? Well, I ain't ready yet.

I'll have another one, Koko. KOKO: You got it. We're calling it a night, Rem. (THUNDER RUMBLING) WOMAN: I'm sorry. I just needed some time. -(MAN SCREAMING)

-(GUNSHOT) (TIRES SCREECHING) (SIGHS) Good morning, Anna. You look like hell. FBI matched

a partial on that hand

Bass sent over. Melanie Ann Hains. Prints came off

of a government application.

She worked for the mayor. All right, thanks. (DUCKS QUACKING) You C.J. Crowley? I might be.

Who are you? I have some questions. I told them what I know. Saw a man with the boat

but didn't get

a good look at him. Did he see you? I don't think so. It was dark and he wasn't

looking at me. He put the boat in the water.

Then what? Uh, nothing.

Watched it drift

a while, then left. Would you recognize the man

if you saw him again? I might,

but then again I might not. (WOMAN SOBBING) This is killing her mother. She was homecoming queen,

honor student,

everybody's princess. Well, Mr. Hains, did she have a boyfriend? Yes, a college sweetheart. It ended when she got her job. His name was Benjamin.

Alan Benjamin. We know the family.

They were good people. Did she wear a ring? A white gold band

with diamonds

in the shape of a flower. Did you find it? No, sir. The coroner noted the hand

had worn a ring. Oh... Did she live

alone in the city? She had two roommates.

Young women. We met them a couple of times.

They seemed nice. (WOMAN CONTINUES SOBBING) Will you excuse me

for a few minutes? Sure. I hear they

found a Purple Dragon

in the harbor. Looks like Tommy Trang's work. Why? 'Cause they stuck

him like a roast pig. That's why Benny pays

those guys so well. Let me have

a burger and fries, Koko. No sheet on Melanie Hains.

She's clean as

Monday morning laundry. I heard she worked

for the mayor. Smells like

same old, same old. Politics and

young girls don't mix. You gonna rattle

some cages at City Hall. That's not what Monty meant

by hiding under a rock. I know. You talk to the roommates? They weren't at the apartment. (SIGHS HEAVILY) I guess I'll go now. Want me to go with you? If you had a shadow,

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