Wild Things: Foursome

Synopsis: A murdered hotel millionaire's son finds himself tangled up in a game of seduction and murder after a raunchy night with three beautiful women.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director(s): Andy Hurst
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.7
R
Year:
2010
92 min
29 Views

Champagne time.

Carson. Carson. Carson.

Carson. Carson. Carson.

Where's my woman?

Where's Rachel?

Have fun with the boys.

Come on, baby.

We can play teams.

They will be shirts.

We will be skins.

Take it off. Take it off.

Take it off. Take it off.

Take it off.

Carson, Carson.

You're late, dude. l thought

for sure you'd chicken out...

...after that pounding

l gave you last time.

How about you put your money

where your mouth is?

My money is everywhere, bitch.

-How about 10,000?

-Carson, what are you doing?

l am just going to show Shane...

...why he should stick to hustling

flat-feet at Blue Bay Country Club.

Where are you now? Par four?

You're going to race, aren't you?

He's going to race.

-l am going to win.

-This is like Divorce Court.

Only hotter.

What's it going to be then, eh?

-Race to Bird's Point?

-l know you drive...

...like you're blind, but l am sure

you can see l am entertaining.

-l have all day to feed you your lunch.

-The number four buoy?

Can l talk to you for a minute?

Sweetie, it will take 10 minutes...

...and then we will play

that lawn bowling game you love.

-You guys up for some bocce?

-Yeah.

-Let's do it.

-Yeah.

lt's going to be over before

the sun hits the first layer of SPF.

-l might sit this one out.

-After all this you're going to chicken out?

Sit out, not chicken out.

l decided to take on a new skipper.

-Brandi.

-Yeah.

-You work at the race track?

-l got to pay for school somehow.

-What kind of shit are you pulling?

-Scared of a girl?

l just don't want to hear

your excuses later on.

Don't worry about it.

Smoke this fool.

Careful with all that throttle.

Oh, yeah.

We should agree on a finish line.

You will know it's over

when l drop an anchor.

Damn.

Shit.

Yeah.

Damn it.

Yeah.

That's what l am talking about.

How about l buy you a drink?

With all the money you just lost,

how about l buy you one?

Stuben, are we home early?

Stuben. Stuben.

Coming.

-Yes, sir.

-Are we home early?

Few minutes. l noticed there

wasn't much traffic on the causeway.

No, l mean from our trip.

-Should we be back next week?

-Not that l know of. No, sir.

Where does this kid get balls

big enough to do this to my property?

Let me take care of this. Consider

staying in Bal Harbour tonight.

That was a pretty bold turn.

They say fortune favors the bold.

That's what you owe us,

Wheetly, a fortune.

So why are you following me again?

You know her?

-We grew up together.

-Sort of.

Her mother cleaned our house.

That's what's great

about this country, right?

We all end up sharing a beer.

Carson, you don't even know

this girl.

l know how she drives a boat.

Where'd you learn that?

My old man.

-He a captain?

-He was a fisherman.

-He was a lowlife.

-Rach, lighten up.

You know what? Screw you

and this Jerry Springer reject.

Rachel. Rachel.

Shit.

Dude, you got me into this.

Can you help me out?

Fine. But you owe me. Rach.

l want this entire house

arrested for trespassing.

Get off my couch.

They were invited in, sir.

Stuben, how much

do l give the cops every year?

l don't have the exact figure

in front of me, sir...

...but it's large.

Well, call Captain "What's-His-Name".

-Blanchard.

-Tell him it's payback time.

Let's just tow the cars. lt's a lot easier

than getting the cops involved.

-Hey, you want to wait up?

-Hey, Hendricks.

What the hell are you doing

in my home?

Carson invited me.

Stubie.

So your dad was a fisherman.

He was the best.

He had a small boat.

lt was in the family for generations.

He loved the water.

So does my father.

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