Synopsis: A man treated like a dog and raised as a fighting machine his entire life, ends up in a coma and is taken in the care of good people, but his sinister owner is looking to retrieve his most prized possession: a non stop human weapon triggered by the collar leashed on his neck.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Louis Leterrier
Production: Focus Features
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
103 min

Get 'em!


Atta boy!

Borrow money from me,

you're expected to pay it back.

You pay it back, the collar stays on.

You don't pay it back,

the collar comes off.

It's a simple set of rules.

Give us your arm! Still! Shut up!

Behave! It's nice! We'll be back.

Come on, Danny boy.

I had a dream last night

I was sitting under those umbrellas

that they make out of palm leaves,

you know?

And these beautiful

golden skinned girls dressed in...

just, like, little grass skirts,

the skin that they was born in.

And they came over,

one after the other,

and they brought me

a drink in a coconut.

And as they served me the drink,

they brushed their tits across my face.

Cor, bloody hell...

Hey, boss, I think

Georgie's getting a chubby.

You shut up, Lefty! You're the one

getting a f***ing hard on, not me!

Ah well,

that was the end of the best bits.

After the girls, the whole thing

turned to sh*t.

This giant mumpet turned up with a

machine gun and started blasting away

until there was nothing but blood

and guts and bits of body everywhere.

Nice one!

It was a real nightmare.

I bet you've never had a dream

in your life, have you?

Yeah, must be peaceful.

Here, have a bit of that.

That's it, that's it...

I hate dreams.

Georgie boy!


Yo, Ricy, you mad bastard!

Ricy, how did you get on?

Hello, Guv'nor.

All my people paid to the penny.

Twenty seven hundred.

Perfect! Give the lads a drink.

Cheers, Guv'nor.

What do you want done with Danny?

Well, sort him out. His face is bleeding.

Sort him out.

Anybody have any trouble?

Put it on here.

Oh nice, look at this!

Come on Danny, you heard the guv'nor.

Here's a bonus. Alright?

Sort yourself out, OK?

Come on Danny.


Come on!

Danny! Come on!

Here, give us a pose!

Oh yeah, beautiful! Yeah...

Oi! Get back in the car.

F***in' beast!

F***ing wanker!

I want to get closer.

That's it.

No, don't get your fingers on it.

Your monkey.

Give us it.

Oh, hello!

Look at him!

No, not here!

Yes, you're right.

Let's go somewhere more comfortable.

You're so rough!

Yeah... Ruff! Ruff! Ruff!


Turn the light on!

No lights.

Turn on the lights!

I like to see you who I'm making love to.

I don't.

What the f***... Sh*t!


Jesus! You sick bastard!

Oi! Oi! Where are you going?

Much obliged!


Atta boy!

No way, boss.

Hey, Nigel!

OK, Bart,

All right... You want this?

Turn it round, keep it running,

and keep your eye out for the old bill.

Good luck, son!

Luck? Don't need it, bruv!

You know what I have

always found fascinating

about this whole situation of yours,

Bart buddy?

How you basically

turned a man into a dog.

Well, it's like my sainted Mum

used to say.

Get 'em young enough

and the possibilities are endless.

Unlike yours at the moment.

So hmm...

So let me work this through

one more time.

I don't pay you, you take his collar off.


You take his collar off,

he beats us all to death,

Now, who's the bright penny?

So it's in my best interest

to keep that collar on.


Kill him!

Danny! Kill him! Danny!

When you're finished with the master,

kill the dog.

You f***in' bastard!

Good to see you Mr. Yussef.

You f***er!


Find anything to you like yet?

Not yet.

Stop him!!!

Nice puppy.

Atta boy!

I don't know what it is with people...

Maybe I've got a speech deficiency.

Take what you want...

Oh, no. My mum didn't

bring me up to be a pig.

Not like some people I know.

I only take what I'm owed.

But this time...


With a little interest.

Because you are...

Such a f***ing Arsehole!!!


Come on.

What are you looking at?

Just enjoying the show.


Don't you ever leave my sight again!

You said "stay in the car".

Shut the f*** up!

Get in, you b*tch!

I don't believe it!

He just stood there and watched them

beat the crap out of me!

Even a dog has got the brains

to come to his master's defense!

Bite'em! Claw'em! Piss on 'em!

Anything for f***'s sake! Jesus!

Jesus, boss, you don't look too good.

Another original thinker.

No, I just meant that maybe

you might want to go home.

What's next?

Just the antiques place.

No, let's do it.

Are you sure you're up to this?

No, no, you let one

of them payments slide

and they'll all turn into original thinkers.

Find a decent pub first,

though, I want a pint.

And you, you useless piece of sh*t!

Right... Now... Here's the plan.

I'm going to try and settle this

in a peaceful and professional manner.

But if that doesn't work,

I'm gonna press this...

Oi! Oi!!

You pay attention!

When I press this button, this red light

is gonna start blinking. Right?

The red light blinks,

you go through that door

quicker than a mouse

chasing a bit of cheese.

Keep your hands off him, will you?

And stop f***ing smirking!

The red light blinks... Look at me!

Concentrate! The red light blinks,

you go through the door.

That's all you gotta remember. Right?

Light. Door

Light. Door.

Light. Door.

Oi! Right... And don't take your eyes

off the light. And don't let me down.


Yes, Bart.

Hang that up there.

Up there?

All right.

The light, Danny, the light.

Red means go. Right?

Ay ay ay ay ay!

Sounds like someone in here

could use my help!

Hi, how you doing?

I'm just gonna tune these pianos.

Probably be a couple of hours.

If you don't mind.

You like pianos?

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Luc Besson

Luc Besson is a French film director, screenwriter, and producer. He directed or produced the films Subway, The Big Blue, and Nikita. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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