Synopsis: A weekend getaway takes a dangerous turn when a mysterious nightclub owner (Pierce Brosnan) introduces a group of friends to a new designer drug. Stripped of their inhibitions, they start living out their wildest fantasies - but what starts out as a fun night of partying quickly turns deadly, as the island paradise deteriorates into a tropical madhouse. URGE also stars Justin Chatwin, Ashley Greene, Alexis Knapp, Bar Paly, Chris Geere, Nick Thune, Tommy Yoo, and Danny Masterson.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Aaron Kaufman
Production: Sculptor Media
Rotten Tomatoes:
89 min

Neil, we all want this

sale to happen, but these terms,

well they're just

not going to work.

Your original offer

was, for lack of a

better term, ridiculous,

and this is even worse.

Now Neil, you can't

just grind and grind

and grind until

you get everything

you want, changing

the bid every time.

There has to be some

decency, now I suggest...

Sorry, new toy.

Can't keep my hands off it.

Come here, look inside.

Perfect scale.

See that cigarette lighter?


If you happen to

smoke tiny cigarettes.

I only mention this

because I've got

the real one about

to land upstairs.

By now my friends have

just gotten to the roof.

We're heading off

to eastman island

for the weekend,

kind of a reunion.

No offense, but could we...

Move things the f*ck along?

Yo ho ho!

- What?!

- What?!

What's up, dude!

Oh my God,

look who it is.


So he's invited

you two as well, huh?

Yeah, what's that

supposed to mean?

- Nothing, come here.

- How you doing, babe?

I'm good, how are you?

Good, good.

- Hey!

- Hey!

Does anybody have any

idea why we're up here?

You can't just leave,

Neil, you have to

address the issues of this deal.

Look Gerald, I'm

gonna call you Jerry.

Jerry, from where

I'm sitting you don't

seem happy, you seem

downright stressed.

Stressed would be

an understatement.

Wouldn't you agree that we have

a massive problem here?

No, I mean I could see

that you may have a problem.

The closest thing i

have to a problem is

whether or not i

can get to the roof

before my chopper touches down.

I don't like to keep

the rotors running.

This is insane, this

is not the way it's done,

this is not the

way I do business.

Who the f*ck cares

how you do business?

This isn't a negotiation,

it's a fire sale,

a fire that you and your

pals here fucking started.

So give up whatever

best case scenario

you walked in here with,

take a deep breath,

swallow hard, and

accept your new reality.

This deal is

not going through.

We both know you're

only putting on

this little show

for your underlings.

No offense.

I really do have

to get out of here.

Great, well let's

close this baby

before you guys

run out of money.

It's not all

about money, you know?

You have to be able to apply

your mind and your body.

God, there's nothing worse than

a self-righteous former fatty.

Whoa, whoa, vick fat?

No way!

- Yeah, cheers for that.

- What?

I used to be a tad

husky in college.

Ha, husky?

Yeah, whatever says

48 cargo short.

Okay, you know what, go easy on

my man because I'm gonna

tell you right now

your body's banging.

- But yeah, you're good now.

- Rock hard stomach.

- What, have you finished?

- All right, I'm done, I'm sorry.

So what about Jason,

is he coming as well?

- No, uninvited.

- What?

The droid has put an end to Neil

subsidizing Jason's

rock star lifestyle.

Who's the droid?

Well now we have

something to celebrate.

Neil, I don't know, is it really

necessary that I go this weekend?

It has zero to do

with work and I have

zero desire to hang

out with your friends.

This weekend's gonna be epic.

Epic as in I'll

have to contend

with Jason's antics all weekend?

I did not even invite Jason.

I knew that would

make you happy.

- You're not gonna give up.

- No.

Okay, well do not expect me to

cut loose with your

bridge and tunnel friends.

There you go,

that's the spirit.

Sort of.

- Oh, he's there, yeah?

- That's him.

Hello, my friends.


Victor old boy.

Looking a little doughy,

did you stop working out?

- Hey, babe.

- Don't call me babe.

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