Treacherous (1993) - full transcript

A former race car driver (Howell) who has retired and is the owner of a Mexican resort hotel gets mixed up in a robbery involving $2 million by one of his former girl friends.


[dramatic music]

[engines revving]

[lighter flicks]

[engine revving]

[tires squealing]

[engines revving]

- [Man On PA] And
they're piled up

going by the grand stands.

They're looking for
daylight as they

head into the first turn.

Stevens and Wallace have
been playing tag all day.

Stewert, Stevens, Rusty
Wallace, Ricky Irvin, Petty.

Down in the winner's
circle we've got

Micky Stewert and Tommy Gleason.

This is their first
victory for the two.

They've come up quick
through the ranks.

Working through the amateur
ranks and now on the pro league.

They've shown a great team
today and a great victory.

Between them they've
driven great.

We look forward to a long
career from this young man.

[sniffing]

And we've got a green flag

as another Daytona 500
is under way.

63 cars, all looking
to be winners.

Pulls out into the lead.

16 going up against the wall.

Micky Stewert holding
onto that lead.

Watch out!

We've got a fire.

And going out of Pit One,
Gleason.

Tommy Gleason is out of the pit.

Micky Stewert has just
pulled out of that wreckage.

We've got a yellow flag.

We've got a yellow flag.

It's out of control.

Everyone is going out on
the racetrack.

We've got another one
that goes down, Stewert.

Stewert is coming around
to spare Gleason

who's been pinned into the pit.

We've got yellow flags.

They've got
paramedics coming in.

Stewert has pulled on the track.

Gleason is pinned
against the wall.

Yellow flags.

Cars off the track.

[explosion booms]

[upbeat music]

- [Man On Phone]
Hotel Las Rosas.

[speaking Spanish]

- Hi, I'd like a reservation,
please.

Do you have any rooms available?

- [Man On Phone] Uh, sure.

Hold on.

What price range are
we looking at?

- I'd like the best.

- Well, that would be our
honeymoon suite.

It's available.

- Well, then pencil us in.

Mr. And Mrs. Paul Rivers.

- Rivers.

Have you stayed with us before?

Your voice sounds very familiar.

Hello?

[engine racing]

- [Clerk] Hello.

Can I help you?

- Yes, we have a reservation.

[engine racing]

[horn honking]

- [Boy] Oh, Speed Racer.

- [Girl] Oh, my god.

It's Speed Racer.

- [Boy] Speed Racer.

Hey, take us for a ride.

- Not today.

Not now, not now, not now.

- [Boy] Come on.

Please?

- Hey, you touch my car, I'll
break your fingers, okay?

Jose, I'll be with
you in a second.

- Hey, Mick.

Hey, hey.

What'd they say?

What'd they say?

Did you get the money?

Did you at least get enough
to cover Damon's note?

- Didn't happen, buddy.

They turned us down flat.

I wouldn't be surprised if Damon

had a little something
to do with it.

- Told you we shouldn't
have gone to that scumbag.

I told you so.

- I didn't have any choice,
okay?

- Well, what are we
gonna do now, huh?

We can't live with 30%.

- I don't know.

- What do you mean
you don't know?

What's our next move?

What are we gonna do, Mick?

You're supposed to go down
and talk to the bankers.

You're supposed to
get the money.

You said it was all set up.

- Tommy, I can't go down
and take care of it.

I did set it up.
- You said it was all set up.

- I had a meeting.

It didn't go the way I thought.

And yeah, I need to work
out my options here.

- [Tommy] You didn't
work it out.

- I can't make a decision unless
I know what my options are

and I don't need you in my face

screwing around with
me right now!

- We'll fucking lose this place.

- We gotta pay the gardener.

- Excuse me?

- I put $300 in the drawer the
other day to pay the gardener

and it's not there.

He's outside, so go
take care of it.

- I'll take care of it.

Why don't you relax.

Why don't you take a
sauna or something?

Oh, man.

- Look at this place, it
is unbelievable.

This is amazing.

I'm so happy that we're here.

I needed this trip.

What's in the briefcase, Paulie?

- [Paul] Wouldn't you
like to know?

- Yes, I would.

- Yeah, so why'd you
suddenly decide

to come along with me on
this trip, huh?

- Well, that's a silly question,
honey.

I love you, why else?

- Why this place?

Why not the place I
wanted to go?

- Well, I saw a picture in a
magazine and it looked great.

Look at it out there.

It's beautiful.

Come here, I've gotta
show you something.

This is great.

Look at this place.

Not bad, huh?

- It's not bad if you
don't hate pink and green.

- Come here. [laughs]

It's magnificent.

Hey, Paulie.

If I take good care of you,
baby,

will you show me what's in
that briefcase under the bed?

Huh?

Hmm?

[laughs]

You're the best, Paulie.

Mm.

You're the best.

Mm.

Mm.

Mm.

[sighs]

[tense music]

- Don't move.

Don't move.

I've got a message from Damon.

He said you're late with
the rent again.

- I got some money coming
in this weekend.

- That's not good enough.

He said he's tired of
carrying you, Mr. Stewert.

He says to tell you you
are not his hijo.

One week or he's
closing you down.

- One week?

How am I supposed to come
up with 400 grand in a week?

- Why don't you raise
the price of margaritas?

- I need to talk to
Damon myself about this.

- He'll be at the fights.

- I'm gonna get you sometime
without that knife, pal.

- You wouldn't stand a chance.

One week or I come back
and I cut you a new smile.

You moved.

- What's the matter with you?

We had an arrangement.

Told you if there's a problem,
you come talk to me about it.

- Gee, I don't know why you
don't impress me, half man.

[grunts]

- Are you okay?

- Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm okay.

- Let me help you.

- No, no, no, no, no.

I just want my chair.

- I got it, I got it, I got it.

Excuse me.

Thank you.

He likes to do it himself.

You all right, big guy?

- Yeah, yeah, I'm okay.

Just blew a tire.

I'm not out of the race yet,
right?

- That's right.

- You okay?

That son of a bitch.

Look at your neck.

[soft guitar music]

- [Micky] How you doing?

- [Woman] Oh, I'm great.

- [Micky] Everything's okay?

- Mm-hmm.

- [Micky] Great.

- No wonder you quit racing.

You've got it made down here.

- Hell, I'm still racing.

It's just mortgage
deadlines now.

[laughs]

- [Woman] Beautiful place
you have here.

It's great.

Yeah, I love it.

Oh, how's your friend?

- [Micky] Good.

- [Woman] Hope he's all right.

- [Micky] So, how long will
you be on your honeymoon?

- Well, forever, I hope.

[laughing]

Yeah.

- Would you like a drink?

- Yeah, I would.

That'd be nice.

- Maria!

- [Maria] Yes.

- Bring this beautiful bride

one of those blue specials,
would ya?

- Thank you.

- Thank you.

- [Maria] Oh, beautiful bride.

- Que pasa, hombre?

- Hey, man.

[clears throat]

- [Micky] Is that who
I think it is?

- Yeah, I don't know what
the hell she's doing here.

- I don't know, but I
bet we're gonna find out.

- That's all you need is
her in your life again.

Fuck.

- Hey, Micky.

How you doing?

- Pretty good.

How about yourself?

- Surviving.

- What the hell are
you doing here?

- You know, I've never been
as happy as I was with you.

Don't you, hmm?

- I don't know, dove.

Things have changed.

I'm seeing somebody now.

- Does she, uh...

Does she do the kind of things

I used to do for you, Micky?

I know what you like, remember?

- It's just different.

I needed something else.

- Oh, I know what you need.

[phone ringing]

People don't change that much.

Do they, Micky?

- Mick!

Hey, Mick!

Mick!

Phone call!

- I gotta go.

- See ya.

- Mick, you wanna take this one.

- Yeah.

- Mick?

It's me.

I'll be landing in five minutes.

- [Micky On Phone] Five minutes?

- Yes.

You didn't forget I was coming,
did you?

- No, no, no, no.

I was just taking care of a
couple of things around here.

- You want me to get a taxi?

- No, no, no.

I'm on my way.

I'll be there in a
couple of minutes.

Just hang tight.

- Okay.

Bye.

- I'll see you soon.

[propellers whirring]

I gotta go get Jesse.

- You drive carefully, Mick.

Maria.

- Thanks.

Bye.

[engine revving]

You're really glad to see me,
aren't you?

- Oh, come on.

I've been looking forward
to this all month, honest.

- Beware of men who
say that word.

- Seriously, I've spent
a lot of time

thinking about the last
time we saw each other.

- Oh, I bet you did.

Why won't you sleep with me?

What am I doing wrong?

- That's not what I meant.

That's not what I meant.

But since you brought it
up, it was very refreshing.

Different.

Besides, we saved that
part for this trip.

- Maybe.

Oh, thank you.

[engine starts]

[laughing]

- So, did you miss me?

- Only when I thought about you.

Did you miss me?

- All the time.

How long are you down here for?

- I don't know yet.

Depends on these
tests I do today.

- You tell your boss their
beautiful marine biologist

is welcome down here
anytime she wants.

- You know, it's really
beautiful down here.

Let's hope we're not here
in five years.

- Hey, don't say that.

I got a hotel to run.

- Then I better shut up.

- How about a nice
glass of champagne?

- Oh, that sounds good.

What time is it?

- Four o'clock.

- Yikes.

I have to be on the beach
at 4:15 exactly.

It's the only time I can
run these tests.

- Why don't we hook
back up for dinner then?

- Sounds good to me.

- I'm really glad you're here.

See, I'm learning.

I didn't say honest.

- No, you didn't.

[people shouting]

- [Paul] Damon.

- Paul.

- And this is my wife Lisa.

[speaking Spanish]

- Sit, be entertained.

Wine for my friends.

- Brutal little sport
you've got here.

- Oh, this is not a sport, Paul.

This is an art.

[tense music]

What do you think?

Are we in business?

- I have the money,

but my people are very
definite about something.

I have to have proof that.

- Governmental assurance
that they'll be free

to drill in coastal waters.

I'll bring the documents by
the hotel tomorrow night.

All you have to do is
have the two million.

Hmm?

[people cheering]

[people shouting]

[people applauding]

- Damon, I need to talk to you.

- What, are you blind?

He's busy.

- [Damon] It's all right.

We have a little problem.

Don't we, Mick?

Sit.

- I'd really rather speak
outside if that's okay.

- Nah.

Come on, Mick.

You might learn something here.

Sit.

Which bird do you like?

- I don't want to bet on birds,
Damon.

- Must be a little short today,
huh?

I'll bet for you.

500 on the speckled bird for Mr.
Stewert.

- [Man] And for you,
Senor Vasquez?

- The same on the other one,
the big one.

You're gonna learn an awful
lot about power here, Mick.

- I wanna pay you the
money I owe ya.

I need a little more time.

- Mick, we both know the
answer to this dilemma.

You drive for me, you
race for me.

You do what you do best.

The hotel problems take
care of themselves.

Huh?

- I got my reasons
for not driving.

Can't we work this out
some other way?

- Mick, look at them.

Are they saying to each other,

can't we work this out
some other way?

[roosters clucking]

- I'll cover it.

- Mick, your rooster's dead.

[laughs]

You, I like.

[people chattering]

[subdued music]

[waves crashing]

- It's beautiful.

Thank you.

- So what made you want to
become an ecologist anyway?

- I guess growing up in
Hawaii I realized

how beautiful nature was
and I wanted to make sure

that we didn't ruin the few
unspoiled places we had left.

So, how's it going
with your hotel?

- You don't want to know.

[both laugh]

No, it's been rough.

We're going through
some problems right now,

but we're gonna get through it.

What about you?

How's work?

- Oh, God.

This place is so corrupted
it makes me sick.

Do you know that someone is
paying off the government

so that foreign interests
can drill offshore here?

- I see the rigs going
up all the time.

- In another five years we'll
have another Santa Monica Bay.

- So who's buying it all?

- Some local bigshot
named Vasquez.

- Damon.

- [Jesse] You know this guy?

- Yeah.

Damon's like God down here.

He runs everything.

If you need something
done, you go through Damon.

- Nice.

Thank you.

- [Micky] To Jessica
and to Las Rosas.

- Thank you.

I'm sorry.

- [Micky] What's the matter?

- Nothing.

It's stupid.

- [Micky] Come on,
you can tell me.

- I was just thinking
what would happen

if you were to
disappear right now.

- [Micky] I'm not
going anywhere.

- See, that's what I mean.

It's like you always know the
right things to say to me.

Like you're so good at
this and I'm not.

Tell me.

How many women do you have
in your life right now,

half a dozen?
- Shh.

One.

- You don't have to lie to me.

- I'm not lying to ya.

- Tell me the truth
'cause I swear

it doesn't affect the
way I feel about you.

All I want is for you
to tell me the truth.

- Hi.

Any room in there for me?

Thanks.

I don't believe we've met.

I'm Lisa.

- Jessica.

- So how long have you
two been together?

- About a month.

- [Lisa] Micky and I
go way back.

- Let's go, Jesse.

- Hey, where are you two going?

The fun's just getting started.

- What fun?

- Tell her, Mick.

Tell her how we
celebrated Daytona.

- That's enough, Lisa.

- He had three women doing
anything that he wanted.

- I was a kid.

I was a little crazy back then.

- Yeah, one time we even
went out in his Lotus

and did it there.

150 miles an hour.

You know the best part though?

The best part's when we
had a friend along with us.

Do you want to be our friend,
Jesse?

- I don't know what the
hell you're up to, Lis,

but you're out of
line right now.

- Oh, I don't know about that.

Maybe our little friend
here digs women.

- I think I'd know if she did.

- Maybe you're not as
smart as you think, Mick.

Okay, Lisa.

Let's go have some fun.

- You mean it?

- Oh, yeah.

- Bye, Mick.

- Jess.

[yells]

- You know, you two
deserve each other.

- I think so.

- Jessica, wait.

Wait a second.

- [Lisa] Let her go.

- Lisa, stop it.

Jessica!

- Come here.

I always said, Micky,

we should make the best
out of a bad situation.

- [Micky] Lisa, cut it out.

[Lisa laughing]

- There he is.

Mick, you know what time it is?

- It's time to get this
fucking worm out of the bottle.

- [Tommy] You've had
enough of that.

- Smoke 'em out, Tommy.

- And there he is, the old Mick.

I knew when Lisa showed up,

the old Mick wouldn't
be far behind.

- Fuck Lisa.

I'm not cutting it anymore,
Tommy.

This place.

This whole fucking deal.

The first girl that I meet

that I really think is worth
something, that's real to me...

I'm not cutting it.

- What are you saying?

What are you saying?

- I'm saying it's time
to cut the bait, man.

It's time to go find a
new dream to fuck up.

- No, no, no.

I can't do that.

I'm stuck here.

I sink or swim here.

- God bless ya.

- Why am I having such
trouble understanding this?

All you gotta do is race a
couple times for this guy

and our worries go away.

What's the problem?

- No, no, no.

Your worries go away.

- [Tommy] What's that mean?

- Forget about it.

- I'm not gonna forget it, Mick.

- You want to know why I
don't race anymore, Tommy?

I'm scared.

- You're scared?

What are you scared of?

- I'm scared of the booze.

I'm scared of the women.

I'm scared of the drugs.

I'm scared of that lifestyle,
it's a freak scene.

I'm afraid if I go race
for Damon again,

I would fall back into
that same fucking pit.

I won't be able to claw
myself out of it.

- No, no, no, man.

I'm gonna be there.

It's gonna be okay.

We were handling it all
before the accident.

It's gonna be the same way.

- Tommy, no, we
weren't handling it.

You're wrong.

I was this far away from
killing myself

before your accident.

- No, we'd just won Daytona,
man.

We were on a roll.

- It was going
faster and faster.

It was gonna catch up to me.

I couldn't get off this
Ferris wheel.

I was looking for the line, man.

I was pressing the edge.

I was gonna fucking kill myself.

- [Tommy] What are you
talking about?

- The line between
life and death.

I used you, bro.

I used you to take care
of myself, man.

And now you're asking
me to go back.

- You got out for
your own reasons?

- You were my cover.

I thought it was a much better
excuse to say to the press,

hey, I'm gonna take a
little hiatus here

and help my buddy
recover from an accident,

then say Micky Stewert is
a chicken shit.

- I wish you told me
that before, man.

I've been wheeling around
here feeling like a dog

thinking that I ruined
your career, man.

I wish you told me that.

- I swear to God, I didn't
know until now.

I just figured it out.

- Buddy, if you don't
want to race, don't race.

Who needs paradise anyways?

Do you mind?

I'll punch you.

[laughing]

[waves crashing]

[slow jazz music]

[thunder rumbling]

[glasses clinking]

- [Maria] Tommy, wake up.

Tommy, Mick needs you
to work the front desk.

[Tommy grunts]

I'm sorry, baby.

- That's okay.

I'm awake.

What's wrong?

- Well, the gardener,
he quit this morning,

so Mick is mowing the lawn.

- Shit, I was afraid of that.

You're not gonna leave us,
are you, Maria?

- [Maria] You and Mick
have been so good to me.

- That's true.

- [Maria] So I'll stay as
long as I can afford to.

- I'll tell you what.

When we get out of this mess,

I'll make you night manager
and double your pay.

- [chuckles] Okay.

- Well, come on.

Get back to work.

- Yeah, Harry?

It's me.

Yeah, I'm going downstairs
right now to transmit that fax.

Yeah, can you get on
it right away?

Yeah, I need a breakdown,
[knocking on door]

a complete breakdown, of
all the toxins.

[knocking on door]

Hang on for a second.

- Peace.

- Don't even try.

- [Micky] Wait a minute.

- What?

- [Micky] What's the matter?

- It's not working, Mick.

Just forget about it.

- No, I'm not gonna
forget about it.

I meant everything I
said to you last night.

- You know, you're really good.

And you know, I almost
fell for it, too.

Oh, I don't have a girlfriend.

You're the only one.

I'm not seeing anybody
else but you.

- You gotta give me a chance.

Now, that girl last night,
she was somebody from my past,

but I haven't seen her
for three years.

She just showed up here.

I mean, I realize what it
may have suggested to you,

but there's nothing going
on between me and her.

Nothing.

Nothing.

- I'm on the phone.

- I'm not gonna give up on you.

You're the best thing that's
happened to me in a long time.

- [Lisa] Hey.

- Jesus Christ.

Get the hell out of here.

- Relax, I'm here on business.

I'm gonna save your ass.

I know you're in
trouble down here.

- [Micky] I'm afraid
you're a little late.

- It's never too late.

I'm your angel of mercy.

- [Micky] You're no angel.

- This time I am.

They're gonna close
this hotel down

within a week, aren't they?

What if I could change
that from happening?

Ooh, I see I got your
interest now.

I'm glad to see it.

You're not interested in me,
are you?

But you're interested if
I could save your ass.

- Stop fucking around with me,
okay?

- I'm not fucking
around with you.

What if I told you I
had a source of capital.

I could buy out Damon right now

and have clear sailing
for this place.

- I'd have to laugh
in your face.

- Well, you better hold it
together because it's true.

Come here.

Come here.

I'm not gonna bite you.

Come on.

Here's the deal.

I save you, you save me.

- What's that mean?

- That means I want you back.

I've been miserable
ever since we split up.

I know I fucked up, Mick.

But that doesn't mean we
weren't great together.

Now, look.

Paulie's got two million
dollars in untraceable bills

stashed in the room just
waiting for you to take it.

The money and me go together,
though.

Think about it, Micky.

- [Tommy] Hey.

What is it?

What do you want?

What are you doing here, huh?

- Just vacationing, Tommy.

- Bullshit.

You're after something.

You almost ruined his
life before.

- Oh, I almost ruined his life?

I don't think so.

I seem to remember it
a little bit different.

You caused him his career,
not me.

Don't forget that.

Why don't you just go wheel
yourself off into the sunset.

[subdued music]

- [Lisa] Here's the deal.

I save you, you save me.

- [Tommy] All you gotta do
is race a couple of times

for this guy and our
worries go away.

What's the problem?

- [Lisa] Paulie's got two
million dollars

in untraceable bills
stashed in the room

just waiting for you to take it.

The money and me go together,
though.

- [Damon] You drive for
me, you race for me.

You do what you do best.

The hotel problems take
care of themselves.

[engine racing]

[tense music]

[tires squealing]

[laughs]

[tires squealing]

- Where are you going?

- I already told you.

I'm going out.

My girlfriends are coming
to pick me up.

Baby, come on.

Stop it.

They're gonna be
here any minute.

I'm gonna be late.

- What girlfriends are these?

- Don't tell me you're
getting jealous on me now.

What are you worried about?

Who do I love?

Hmm?

Hmm?

- Have your ass back here
by 10 o'clock.

- Yes, sir.

- Going out alone tonight?

- Yeah, you bet I am.

I can't stand that
son of a bitch.

He makes my skin crawl.

Take the money, Mick.

Don't be stupid.

I'm gonna go buy you some time.

[tense music]

[phone rings]

- Front desk.

- [Tommy] Ooh, shot down.

[laughs]

Unbelievable.

- Don't mess with me right now.

[Tommy laughs]

Roberto, come out here and
cover the front desk for me.

Thanks.

- [Tommy] Hmm.

Oh.

Amateur.

- I'm so glad you came.

- [Lisa] You don't know
what I risked to be here.

- [Damon] What are you after,
Lisa?

- Power.

Turns me on.

- [Damon] How do you
feel about money?

- I like that, too.

Whoa.

[laughing]

Christmas.

[laughs]

- You know, Paul would kill
you if he knew you were here.

- Then you better be worth
it just in case he finds out.

Come here.

[tense music]

- Yes sir, Senator.

They've got the documents.

The deal's going down tonight.

- [Senator On Phone] Paul,
I don't need to tell you

how hot this thing is.

Now we're counting on you.

[Lisa laughs]

You are to deny any
knowledge of this.

So just make sure
there's no screw-ups.

- I'll have everything
you need by tomorrow.

- How you doing, buddy?

Come on, man.

That's good, you want it?

Touch that, touch it.

That what you want?

Come on.

- Oh.

Come on.

- Come on.

Come on, come on.

Come on.

You son of a bitch.

[panting]

- Oh.

[laughs]

- Don't take it personally.

I'm just doing my job.

[grunting]

[moaning]

[chattering]

[camera shutter clicking]

[speaking Spanish]

- I don't know, Chief.

These people, they come
here for privacy,

I try to give it to them.

- Not such a good job this time.

Eh, Mick?

[rooster crows]

- Jefe.

- Oh, I can see I've kept
you from an appointment.

I'm sorry.

- No, he kept it for me, baby.

Is it all there?

- I don't know.

It's locked.

[yells]

- Lis.

Lis, you don't have to
leave so soon.

What ever happened to romance?

- [Lisa] No, I do.

Paul's probably
wondering where I am.

- Oh, I can assure
you right now,

you're the last thing
on Paul's mind.

Who else knew about my money,
Lis?

- Nobody.

- Nobody.

- Ow.

- Nobody.

- What are you doing?

- Kind of narrows it down,
doesn't it?

What do you know about my money?

- Nothing.

I didn't get involved in
Paul's affairs.

- So, what are you saying?

You don't mix business
with please, Lis?

Is that what you're saying?

[gun chamber rotating]

Where the fuck is my money, Lis?

- I don't know.

I don't have it.

- Okay, that's fine.

If you didn't take it,

then you can give me a
fucking name, can't you?

You give me a goddamn name!

- I don't know!

[gun clicks]

- I can see you thinking, Lis.

I'll give you another chance.

[gun chamber spins]

Where's my goddamn money?

You give me a fucking name!

- Mick.

Maybe Mick.

- Mick?

You know Mick?

Oh, shit.

Get out of here.

Hey, Lis.

[gun clicking]

Get dressed.

We're gonna find out
how well you know Mick.

[water rushing]

- [Lisa] So, decided to
take the money after all.

You've got more balls
than I thought, Micky.

I didn't think you could do it.

- It's not gonna work.

You wasted your old man
to try and set me up.

I'm on to you, Lis.

- [Lisa] Fuck you, Micky.

You try and cut me out,
it's suicide.

- Sorry, no vacancy.

- Well, there will be once
you fucking check out.

I'm here for my money, Mick.

- I don't have it, Damon.

- You don't have it?

What does that mean,
you don't got it?

Does that mean I don't
got the money

that I owe you for the hotel,
Damon?

Or does that mean, I
don't have the money

that I ripped off Rivers?

- That I ripped off?

Wait a minute.

You waste the guy

and you don't even know
where the money is?

You're slipping.

- Cut the fucking shit, man.

Now you know better than
to fuck with me.

You ripped off Rivers to get
the money that you owe me.

The only problem with that
is you can't fucking pay me

with money that's already mine,
Mick.

- Wait a second.

Don't be stupid.

Now the chick's playing us both.

She took the money.

- Is that true, Lis?

Are you lying to me?

- No.

I don't know where the money is.

I already told you that, okay?

He was the only one who
knew where it was.

The only other one.

- Mick, I think you're
just a little upset.

I think once you've had a
chance to relax and think,

you're gonna find my
fucking money.

In the meantime, your old pal
Lisa here is gonna be with me.

One of my friends is
gonna stay here with you

in case you get any
ideas about taking

a sudden fucking vacation.

You try anything, I
swear to God,

I'll cut you up and then I'll
cut her up right behind ya.

Now I want my goddamn money,
Mick.

I want my goddamn money
and I want it tonight.

Now if you get any ideas
about calling the cops,

they're already so deep in my
fucking pocket I got a rash.

- Fuck.

- You know, Lis, I
gotta tell ya.

After all that, I believe ya.

You didn't take that money.

- No, I didn't.

- Nah.

You had somebody else
do it for ya.

- No way.

- Oh, yeah.

And you do have a way
of persuading people.

Don't ya, Lis?

Especially desperate
people like Mick.

- I wouldn't do it.

There's no way.

I wouldn't do it.

I wouldn't put Mick up to it.

- I gotta tell you, Lis.

Sometimes it's a
little hard to tell

where your loyalties lie.

[phone rings]

- Front desk.

Sure we do.

How about court number four?

At four o'clock?

Four at four?

Okay, we'll see you then.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

- Could you tell housekeeping
not to make up our room today?

- Sure, no problem.

- Thanks.
- Thanks.

- [Damon] Now I want
my goddamn money, Mick.

I want my money and I
want it tonight.

[suspenseful music]

[dog barking]

- Shut him up.

- Shh, shh, oh.

- We're in a restaurant,
for God's sake.

- Okay, okay.

He is.

- We're leaving.

- Why?

- It's business.

- I wanna know why.

- [Man] It's business.

- [Woman] What business?

- [Man] Keep him quiet.

- Roberto, watch the
desk for me, okay?

I'll be right back.

- Yes, sir.

[phone rings]

Front desk.

Can I help you?

[suspenseful music]

[dog barking]

- Shut the dog up.

We're in a restaurant.

- All right.

All right, all right.
- Can we get a menu?

[door closes]

- [Roberto] Mick,
telephone call for you.

- [Micky] Did I get
any messages?

- Mick, Mick, Mick, Mick, Mick.

I gotta talk to you.

- I'm on the phone.

- It's important, I
gotta talk to you.

- Mr. Rottemeir.

It's the bank, I'll
talk to you later.

- All right, come find
me later, Mr. Bigshot.

- Thank you.

Thank you for calling.

[suspenseful music]

Oh, uh, housekeeping.

- [Damon] Do this together, huh?

[knocking on door]

- Come back later.

I'm busy.

- Hi.

I need to talk to you.

- Now's not a good time.

- I've been looking for
you everywhere.

What happened last night?

Are you in trouble?

- Remember the girl
in the jacuzzi?

- How could I forget?

- Well, the guy she checked
in with was killed last night.

- What?

Who did it?

- Damon.

- Why?

- He owed Damon two
million dollars

that mysteriously disappeared.

Now they think I got it.

- Oh, my god.

Did you tell this to the police?

- With my luck,
they're in on it.

You can't stay here anymore,
Jesse.

It's not safe.

You gotta go.

- I'm not going anywhere.

- Yes, you are.

I don't want you to get hurt.

- Mick, the only thing
that could hurt me now

is being without you.

[waves crashing]

[tense music]

- Give me the good news, Mick.

- I don't have your money,
Damon.

- That's not very good news.

You know, I think the best
possible thing you could do

in this situation would
be to tell the truth.

- I'm telling you the truth.

I didn't take it.

I don't got your money.

- All right.

All right, that's fine.

I'm willing to deal here.

I'm gonna do something to
make you do the right thing.

I'll offer you a finder's fee.

$10,000.

- I don't care if you
give me $20,000.

I can't give you what
I don't got.

- Did I say $10,000?

I meant 50,000, Mick.

I'm gonna give you $50,000

and I'm gonna toss in
Lisa's life.

That's the best I can do.

- What, are you insane?

Ow!

God!

You son of a bitch!

- You have become a liability,
okay?

The police need a suspect.

And frankly, I don't
need a partner.

- Hey, let's just keep this
between you and me, all right?

- You're not listening to me.

Now, killing her gets
you off the hook

for what happened to Rivers.

I'm doing you a fucking favor,
Mick.

You owe me.

Waste her.

- My pleasure.

[yelling]

[gun fires]

[dramatic music]

- Not the pistol.

Give me a shotgun.

[guns firing]

[glass shattering]

Don't kill him, just stop him.

[guns firing]

[buzzer buzzing]

[metal bangs]

- Come on, baby.

[glass breaking]

[suspenseful music]

[ceramic shatters]

[gun firing]

[glass shatters]

[explosion pops]

[glass shatters]

[gun fires]

- Did you hear that?

Listen.

[grunting]

Jesus Christ!

Come on, hurry it up.

- [Woman] I'm trying,
I'm trying.

[thunder rumbles]

- Jesse?

Jesse?

- Oh, my god, Mick.

Are you all right?

What's going on?

I tried calling the
police, I couldn't get out.

- Shh.

It's okay.

They must've cut the
phone lines.

Room to room should still work.

I want you to get in the
bathroom and close the door.

Go.

[phone rings]

Tommy.

- Yeah.

You okay?

- Yeah, I'm fine, but
they wasted Lisa.

- [Tommy On Phone] I know,
I saw.

- [Micky On Phone]
I'm in room 406.

- Get your ass down here.

Now.

- Okay, I'll be right down.

[tense music]

[gun fires]

Well, I've got some good news
and I've got some bad news.

Good news is we've got
some more guests.

The bad news is, I don't
think they're paying.

- I've been trying to tell you.

All those guys got was an
empty suitcase.

I got the money.

I saw Rivers stash it
up in his room.

Maria and I went up there.

We got it.

- What do you mean you saw him?

- On the monitor.

When we built the place, I
put a couple extra monitors

up in the honeymoon suites.

I figured what the hell.

- You took the money?

[gun fires]
[electricity zaps]

You're the one who
took the money.

- [Tommy] Shit, they
blew the power.

- Man, I don't fucking
believe this.

You got the money.

I'm gonna kill you.

- [Tommy] They're gonna kill
us anyway no matter what we do.

- [Damon] I'm gonna give
you one last chance.

100,000 and you walk away.

- Fuck.

- You got any idea how
many there are?

- I don't know.

They're swarming all over
this place, man.

I took one out upstairs.

I don't know.

- [Tommy] Okay.

Cover me.

Cover me.

[guns firing]

- [Micky] Get back!

- I think I got one.

I think I got one of 'em.

Fuck.

- Where the hell are they?

[footsteps approaching]

What the hell's going on?

- Mick, I have someone out here
who'd like a word with you.

Mick!

Come on!

- No, it's a set-up.

[Jessica yells]

[laughs]

- Mick!

What do you think you're worth,
baby?

Two million bucks?

More than the last one,
I'll bet.

I know you better hope so.

Mick, come on!

We're both civilized men here.

There's no need for
further bloodshed.

Should we try this again?

[speaking Spanish]

- [Micky] Okay, we deal!

[gun cocks]

[tense music]

I don't have the money, Damon.

I can't give you what
I don't have.

[Damon laughs]

- Leave her alone!

- Bring that fucking bag down
here and put it on the ground.

If the money's in the bag,
then we'll leave her alone.

If it's not, we'll gonna
kill her, Mick,

and then we're gonna kill you.

- No deal.

- No deal?

No deal.

[speaking Spanish]

- How do I know you're
gonna let her go?

- Well, Mick, as I see it,

you don't have much of
a choice, buddy boy.

- I promise you.

You won't feel a thing.

- Okay!

- Move it!

Put it down.

Now, get back.

Get your fucking hands up.

Get back.

Get back.

Don't try any fucking
thing here, man.

Don't try and be a hero, Mick.

- You see the money,
you let her go.

- That was our deal.

[laughing]

You had it all the time, man.

Shit.

Keep the hands up.

Mick, you lied to me.

You had it all the fucking
time and you lied to me.

After all I've done for you.

I'm hurt.

Cut her.

- Now!

[guns firing]

[dramatic music]

- See you at the hacienda, Mick.

[Jessica yelling]

- [Jessica] Mick!

[tires squealing]

[engine revving]
[glass shattering]

Mick.

- [Micky] Jesse.

Are you okay?

[siren wailing]

[man on radio speaking Spanish]

- Tommy.

Ay, dios.

You've been shot.

- I'm okay, I'm okay.

Everything's gonna be fine.

Everything's gonna be just fine.

- Does it hurt?

- No, no, no.

Hey, looks like you're
gonna get that promotion

to night manager after all.

Mick, Mick.

- How you feeling, partner?

[subdued music]

- [Tommy] Mick, there's
only half a million

in that bag the police took.

I got the other million
and a half stashed away.

Think about it.

We're the only two people alive

who knew how much was
in that bag.

♪ I've been waiting patiently

♪ For the wind to
change direction ♪

♪ I've been looking out to sea

♪ For the ship that
carries you to me ♪

♪ It's a different world
now that you're in it ♪

♪ I can't go back to
how it is to be ♪

♪ Someone set me free

♪ I've been drifting far
too long on this road ♪

♪ No destination

♪ Count on me to get it
wrong every time ♪

♪ I was careless, I was blind

♪ It's a different world
now that I've found you ♪

♪ I can't go back to how
I used to be ♪

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Oh, my baby

♪ Oh, the tide has turned

♪ Oh, my darling

♪ Oh, the lessons learned now

♪ Oh, the roads to reach you

♪ I'd cross them all again and

♪ This is where my
feet will land ♪

♪ Oh, my baby

♪ Never took advice

♪ Peaceful dreams
descending over me ♪

♪ And gently close my eyes

♪ Oh, the roads to reach you

♪ I'd walk 'em all again

♪ This is where my
feet will land ♪

♪ It's a different world
now that I found you ♪

♪ I can't go back to how
it used to be ♪

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Oh, my baby

♪ Oh, the tide has turned

♪ Oh, my darling

♪ Oh, the lesson learned now

♪ Oh, the roads to reach you

♪ I'd cross them all again and

♪ This is where my
feet will land ♪

♪ Oh, my baby

♪ Now the dove can fly

♪ Peaceful dreams
descending over me ♪

♪ And gently close my eyes

♪ All this time to reach you

♪ I'd live it all again and

♪ You are waiting at the end

♪ You were waiting at the end

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free

♪ Someone set me free