Duffle Bag Boy (2024) Movie Script

- Dr. Regis, please?
Yeah, I'll hold.
Hey, Doc, it's Meyers.
No, Myers.
Yeah, it's good to hear from you, too.
No, no, everything's fine.
Everything's okay.
I've been low on my meds for a bit.
Actually, I've been out
for a couple of weeks
and I could really use your help.
Yeah, you know I can't do that, Doc.
Okay, well, hey, thank
you for trying anyway.
Okay. All right.
- How you
doing man? You all right?
- Actually, yeah,
I could use some help.
You living in the next town over?
- Been there a few times.
What could I help you out with?
- I need work.
Two, three weeks.
I'll be outta your hair.
- Sounds good, man.
If you wanna take a ride, man,
I don't mind giving you one into town.
- Hey man, wait here.
We'll be right back, all right?
Let's go, bro.
Don't worry about it.
Hey, are we making a deal
or are we not making a deal?
- I know, hey, hey, hey, hey.
- Guess it's a good thing
you had that shovel in your bag, huh?
- I'm always prepared.
- Hmm.
So I had a question for you, man.
I know you were there.
So do you know what
happened to my stepbrother?
- Listen, Maurice, you're gonna
bring your family into this
and not expect anything
like that to happen?
- Hey man, things happen, but-
- He couldn't hack it, you
shouldn't have brought him.
- That's how you see it, huh?
- That's the way I see it.
- I want to help.
I mean, I want to contribute.
I want to be part of this operation.
- I think you'd make a
good addition to the group.
So uh, I have no problem
with you helping me out
in my ventures.
- See, I knew I liked you.
It's hard to find a leader
that leads from the front
and I respect that.
- Appreciate it.
- What's that?
- Oh, this?
Oh, this is just,
you know, a little uh,
a little light distraction.
You see how calm and collected
I am whenever things pop off.
How do you think I keep so at ease?
Got the Sprite and then we've
got Mr. Pick Me Up over here.
Put those two together and magic.
- Ah, okay.
I'm with it.
- Well, I'll leave you to it.
- All right.
- All right guys.
Another shipment today.
Same as usual.
Gonna have to do what we gotta do.
It's a little heavy this
time, so just be ready.
Any questions, any concerns?
Y'all gonna beat Tony this time
or he gonna keep killing y'all?
- Hey.
- Man.
- Hey, all right, all right.
We don't have time for it.
Anything else?
- Get to work, okay?
Here ya go, bro.
Of course.
Actually, one more thing.
- Aw, nah.
- Hey, I don't wanna hear that shit.
If you guys wanna do
better, get like Tony.
Numbers breed results and
that's why he has more.
Hey, man, I gotta talk
to you for a little bit.
- What's good?
- I got a new position I
need you to help out with.
I need you to help train the new guy.
- Come on, bro.
I ain't trying to be
babysitting right now.
- I get it.
But that's the need I have right now.
It's not because I think you're doing bad.
It's because I want it to be done right.
- You just said that my sales was-
- Exactly!
So if you're doing the best,
I want him trained by the best.
- It's whatever it takes.
- That's what I like to hear.
- Yes, sir.
- All right.
And Bruce, Tony, Tony, Bruce.
- Don't get it twisted, motherfucker,
I'll still shoot your ass.
I like this dude.
Let's get you situated.
- How's it going today, Julie?
- It's going good, Maurice.
How are you?
- You know, same ole same.
- It's always good to see you.
So what do you have for me?
- Got new higher-end clientele.
It's a little heavy this time though,
so I'm gonna need you to give
'em all your charms, okay.
- Nothing I can't handle.
You know, I'm good at what I do.
- I do know that.
Just like back in the day.
- Yeah.
And another reason why
I'm good at what I do
is I know how to leave
the past in the past.
- Huh.
So we'll see about that.
You know what you gotta do, right?
- I know what I gotta do?
I got this.
- This is the last
of my deployment money.
This is everything I got, all right.
Hey, listen, I didn't live
in the streets last year
to let this go waste, all right?
I'm investing in you and me.
- Damn!
Fucking with me, you gonna
get your money right?
- You already know who it is.
Tony, we in the building.
- Bruce.
- This is Bruce.
- I'm Bruce.
- He's the handyman.
- We'll dig the
competition six feet under.
- Six feet under.
- We don't actually do that.
- And you need to be calling Bruce.
- We'll dig our competition to the grave.
- Down below.
- No, we don't do any-
- Guaranteed.
- We don't dig.
We don't dig anything.
Nothing gets.
We'll fix, we'll paint your house.
Did I say that?
- You got my money?
- Boy, you funny.
- I'm funny?
- Yes.
- Where you been at?
It's been a couple weeks since I seen you.
- I'm trying to get something,
something good this time.
- Something good?
- Because last time was bunk.
- The fuck is this?
- That's what you gave me for.
So I'm only gonna give you that much money
'cause that shit was bunk last time.
- That's all you can afford.
- Afford?
I can afford more than
what you talking about.
- You can go ahead
and take that and run along.
- Boy, money ain't the issue.
- What, man?
First paying customer all day
and you treat her like that?
- What you want?
- You the issue.
I just want that bag right there.
- We paint.
- Oh, we paint.
- Tell him.
- And not only do we fix your
mama's drawers, I mean drawer.
- You, yeah, we fix, we don't,
we don't fix your mom's drawers.
- We fix your grandma's drawers.
We paint your house.
We might sweep your floor.
- We'll sweep the prices under the rug.
- And the competition
just like we do your mama
but we ain't gonna talk about that
'cause he's Handyman Bruce, but.
- We don't do, we don't do moms.
- I do business with your boy.
- I mean, hey, yeah, we
got a paying customer here.
- Yeah, see, he knows.
He knows how to do it.
- She's playing, bro.
- I got you.
- Thank you.
Yeah, you can always come to see me.
You don't have to worry
about this guy, okay.
- All right.
- Look,I'm the boss here, so.
- What's up, Tony?
- Be safe, okay.
- Yeah, you, too.
- 'Cause you fucking with the wrong one.
- You know my number.
Just call me when you
ready to stop playing.
- You call me!
- Okay.
- You know what it is.
- All right.
- You need a fix? Call us.
- 23.
- So go ahead and give us a call
and don't you stall,
'cause this is Tony and-
- It's Bruce.
Hey, man.
- And this is a real van.
- This is not any other van.
Just Handyman Bruce's van.
- Hey. Hey.
- How you doing?
- Hi.
- Maurice asked me to drop this off.
- Okay. What's this?
Oh, thank you.
- You're welcome.
- Hey, you're
from the barbecue, right?
- Yeah.
- I'm Bruce.
- Bruce. Julie.
- Nice to meet you, Julie.
- Nice to meet you.
I think I saw you at the barbecue.
- I think I saw you there, too.
- Yeah, kind of hard to see
who you were with the hat on.
Are you a military guy?
- Used to be.
- Yeah?
- Uh. You work for Maurice?
- Don't you got some errands to run?
- I don't run errands, Tony.
And I don't work for Maurice
and I don't take orders from you.
- Yo, can't you see we're talking?
- Julie, I wanna
know more about you.
What do you do for Maurice?
You work for him?
- I don't work for Maurice.
I handle all of the high-end
clientele for the business.
- She's bad luck.
- Handle all the books and finances.
- That's what I'll tell ya.
- How do you deal with this guy?
- Will you, hey-
- We got things to do.
- Listen, just read a
book or something, all right?
- So I know you guys are busy.
I won't hold you.
- No, no, no. It's okay.
- Don't have to continue
to hear Tony's mouth.
- You can take all the time you need.
- If you're free tonight,
you should stop by the
spot called The Garage.
It'll be worth your time.
- Yeah, I think so, too.
I'll see you there.
- All right.
Have a good night.
- Bye, Julie.
- Come on, Bruce.
- Yo, you didn't
tell me, who is that?
- I'm telling you, that's bad news.
You keep fucking with that,
you gonna end up in a ditch somewhere.
- Where'd you make that from?
- Shoot, I was over there at The Garage.
- You made that from betting?
- Yeah.
- Betting what?
What do you bet? What do you bet on?
- On a fight.
You ever heard of fight club?
- Yeah, I've heard of fight club.
- Yeah.
- So what is it? Fixed?
Like how do you know who's gonna win?
- Man, in all reality,
you just gotta know how to box.
You knock a motherfucker out.
- So you guys got a legit fight club?
- Yes.
- Yeah, these your people?
- Bruce!
- What's up?
- What's up, homeboy?
- Yo, so you're throwing
yourself in the ring or what?
- Nobody said anything about me fighting,
so it's not happening.
- Take a sip, please.
- Not happening?
- Come on, man.
Look at the money you can make.
Win or lose you get a cut.
- That's all you tonight.
- And look at the guys you'd be fighting.
Tell me you can't take any of 'em.
- All right, you handle the money.
I might get in for a round, all right.
- Okay.
- That's it.
- Think about it.
I ain't forcing you to do nothin.
Just gimme your A game.
- All right?
- You know what, lemme
talk to my man's here.
I'm gonna set you up.
- All right?
- All right.
- Hey.
- There you are.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I was wondering what happened
to you or who stole you away?
- Well, I was waiting for you.
- Oh!
Square up. Square up.
- Julie, when I see you,
I see music.
I see the things that you
are not allowed to see.
Things that are just,
that are always there
but are finally clear.
And I'm just really happy.
- Okay.
- Is that a good answer?
- That says a lot.
- Did I pass?
- I love your answer.
- I'm glad.
- So, this van.
You got the keys?
- Yeah?
- Yes.
- All right, we're here, man.
- All right.
I'm just gonna text Julie
real quick, all right.
- Hey.
- We'll see what they do.
- We got a lot to move
so let's hope they don't disappoint.
- Just know, I'll let
you know what's good for you.
- Damn.
No wonder the cops can't find this place.
We're in the middle of fucking nowhere.
- It's all here.
- We happy?
- How's it looking?
- So hopefully, you guys can
continue to do good work.
A little bit extra in there this time.
But you guys are good for it, right?
- I deliver.
- Yeah. Well, we're done.
Bruce, real quick. We gotta talk.
I need you to take care
of somebody for me.
I'm gonna send you some information,
a little bit of stuff here and there.
Nobody important.
They disappear. We're all happy.
- What if I don't?
- It's not up to you.
- We're done?
- Yeah, just make it happen.
- Yo, Tony?
- You need to lay
off this Robitussin, man.
- I'm good, man. I'm just.
- What's up bro.
- Hey, what's up?
- What's good with you?
- Yeah, just here to pick up something.
- Yeah? Well, shit you know what's good.
Where you going tonight?
- I'm just doing a
little something tonight.
- Like what?
- Hey man, don't be shy. Share.
Share with the class.
Whatcha you doing tonight?
- Yo, bro, we
trying to turn up, too.
- It's like a little concert, you know?
It's kind of personal,
just kind of my business.
- Got what I need?
Where you been at?
- Well, that's the thing is
I actually don't have it.
- You don't wanna tell me nothing?
How am I supposed to trust you?
- Well, that's the thing.
I'll get you, yeah, I
can get you this for now.
But you know what I owe
you after this show,
I'll be able to bring you.
- Oh, so he wants to be
mysterious about the show
and then he can't pay you
the rest of his money?
- I'm helping a buddy out and then,
you know, once I get him the stuff,
he's gonna hook me up
and I'll bring you the money I owe.
- Now here's some customer service.
- Yeah.
- All right?
You don't have our money,
you don't get the drugs.
- So next time, you owe me.
- Yeah, yeah.
I'll get you that stuff.
- I'll see you bro.
- Yeah, you take care.
- All right, Sonic.
Fucking dickhead.
You think he's really going to a concert?
- Nah.
- Look at what we got here today!
A redemption match
and some fresh motherfucking meat!
That's what we love here at The Garage!
If you ask me, my money is going
on this redemption match right here.
I don't trust this new face.
Look at this. Y'all know me.
I'm good for it.
Where's your money going?
- Someone take out the trash.
- Our brand new 'Duffle Bag Boy!'
Guess what Beast?
The House never loses.
- It was so bizarre.
- Wow.
- I did all this work
and just for it to not wind up.
- Hey, Tony!
- Hey, Tony.
- This is Eli. You know Eli, right?
- Who the fuck is this?
- Hey, he's going for a ride.
You ready?
- He owes me a ride.
I lost a lot of money on him.
- All right man, come on.
- All right.
- Yo.
- Hey, Tony.
Calm down. Calm down.
- Dude.
- This man, he was selling
in our territory, all right?
And we had to enforce it.
- I can't keep doing this hit man shit.
- Tony. I'm all in.
- I don't give a fuck, bro.
- I'm all in. Are you all in?
- I understand you and
Maurice got a relationship,
but like, this ain't my life.
This life ain't the life for me.
- Yo, you think
this is the first time
fucking hiding a body, come on.
This is last time
I'm asking you to help
me out with anything.
- I am appreciative of this job.
I think it's exciting
and it's a new day every day.
It's something different.
I mean, I can't complain.
I'm comfortable, I'm taken care of.
But I see myself doing
something different.
- Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
- I see myself living a normal life.
A boring, normal, everyday,
house full of kids,
dirty house full of kids, normal life.
- Me, too.
- And I don't know.
Maybe one day that'll happen.
- Yeah.
- I think, do you feel like
you're deserving of that?
Do you feel like you could
have that type of life?
- Julie, you make me feel like
I can have any type of life.
I'm very grateful to have you in my life.
- Yeah.
- It's really important to me.
- So, yeah.
- You got some earrings.
Got a haircut, too.
- Yeah.
- I know you got some money on you.
- Keeping up, yo.
- Bruce, Bruce!
- Let me talk to him, let me talk to him.
- Whoa, whoa, hey.
- You got the money now?
- Hey, calm down.
- I'll give you what I got on me, man.
That's all I got.
- We'll take it.
- Nice shoes.
- Count that.
It's okay. Relax, don't worry.
- I'll get you the rest of
it as soon as I can, man.
- It's okay. Everything's okay.
He just wanna double check, okay?
- All right.
- All right.
- You owe me, John.
- How's your day going so far?
- It was better.
- It was? Don't worry, it's the same.
Just make all the right moves, okay.
- All right. All right.
- All right.
You're doing great.
You're doing great. Keep
it up. Just.
- Handle that, John.
- I'll get it for ya.
- All right, we cool?
- Cool.
- So you got, you know, as asked.
We good?
- You think you're good?
- In my eyes? Yeah.
- So everything went good?
Nothing to tell me?
- Great.
- Great?
So I'm the only one that
feels like the bag's light?
- You're a piece of shit sometimes, bro.
Like I was saying-
- Look how
cute they think they are.
- Me and Bruce was making
a little bit extra money
and I felt like we deserved it.
- Oh, I think you
should have led with that.
- I think they deserve it.
- Oh, you agree with them now?
- This stanky ass motherfucker
owe me some money anyways.
- I'll make it back in the fights.
Don't worry about it.
- What are we anyway?
Are we a team?
We're a unit? We family?
- Aren't we making stacks?
- Shut the fuck up, Chase.
We do this drop outside.
Why are we sitting here with you?
- Well, one, first off,
I want to check on you guys, you know,
family and all,
but also, I got another job.
- This is something easy,
something you can even do.
I need you to go meet Fonso.
- Who the fuck is Fonso?
- He'll give you the rest of
the details when you arrive.
- That's it?
- That's all you need to know right now.
The situation is very, very high profile.
My bosses are paying attention to this.
I don't want to answer questions.
- Sounds like a family.
- I need you both to understand
that if it goes wrong,
that's on me.
- Yeah, yeah. We got it.
- Understood.
- And things don't happen on me.
- We good? Can we go?
You know I make shit happen.
- Bring me back all of my money next time.
- Come on, Bruce.
- All of it.
- Appreciate it, Maurice.
- I'm afraid he's gonna be a liability.
- You know how I feel about liabilities.
That's what you're here for.
- My guy, what's good with you?
- What's good, dude?
- Shoot, not much.
Waiting on you.
Open that bad boy up.
Yeah. Whew!
That's what I'd like to see.
Two of 'em?
- Yeah, two.
- Oh, Maurice ain't playing.
- No, he isn't.
- They gonna go crazy.
- Whatever you guys
do, don't open the bag.
Keep it locked.
- Got it.
- That's for the
international client.
- Yep.
- 'Cause if it goes South,
we're fucked.
- I get it. Yep.
- What's in the bag?
- Don't worry what's in the bag.
- Eh.
- Whatever you do, don't open it.
That's why it's locked.
- For sure.
- For a reason.
- All right?
- All right.
- Date and time of the drop.
And if this goes South,
we're fucked, all right?
So don't fuck this up, literally.
You listening over there?
- Yeah.
- Well, you know me.
I'm smooth like butter.
I'm in there like swimwear.
- Yeah, I know you.
Bro, what are you guys watching?
- It's an anime.
- You ain't got no time?
- I don't know.
Maurice might be pissed,
but I got some time.
What's up with him?
- He's into the show. He's childish.
- Yo, you guys gonna
shut up and watch the show?
- Just play with your fucking gun, Bruce.
No one cares about your cartoon.
- I don't think this is a cartoon.
- Yeah, I like cartoons, all right?
You gonna shut up and watch it or what?
- Well anyways, I hope you paid attention
'cause this drop needs to be done.
You care about the show
instead of the drop?
- Listen, the drop
will happen, all right?
The show's happening now.
- You're fucking childish, bro. Shut up.
Play with your gun.
Don't worry. I got it.
We'll gonna take care of it.
- You guys better or else we're fucked.
You trying to make this happen or not?
- I'm trying to
watch this show, man.
You guys done?
- This is bullshit, man.
- You all right?
- Yeah.
That man, there. He's my brother.
The only person in the military
to ever look out for me.
See you know what's fucked
up about the military?
Is that you have to be like everyone else.
And it's hard to find friends like that.
But then once in a while,
you get someone like that,
a good man like that,
that'll watch out for you.
He became my brother and now he's gone.
Probably the one good
thing the military had.
I should be the one in that letter.
That should be me.
I should be in there.
- Damn.
- It's whatever, man.
It's fucking life.
- Listen, bro.
You know, this may be hard,
but I'm gonna always be here.
Whatever you need. I got you.
- It's fucking bullshit, man.
- Look, man,
we gonna make this happen.
- All right, boys,
let's makes this a little
interesting. All right?
- What you got?
- What we doing?
- Pulling the fifty?
- Fifty a pop?
- Fifty?
- Fifty!
- I don't know if his
ankle monitor can handle 50.
- Ah, what are you talking about?
- He might need a little bit more
'cause of the dry cleaner.
- Let's do a hundred.
- Big money, okay?
- We can do 400, okay?
- You might need to take
us to the dry cleaner
after today, pal.
- Whatever.
- Oh, whatever.
- Hey, I think your parole
officer's right over here.
- Ha, ha, very funny.
- All right, bet.
Same teams?
- All right, let's go.
- Let's do it.
- Give me the money.
- Ew.
- Oh.
- Ah!
All right. All right.
A hundred.
- I got no problem taking your guys money.
- Oh.
- Oh!
- Let's go.
- We gonna see about this.
- I don't wanna see you on
the ground in 10 minutes.
- My Pradas?
- A bunch of clowns, I swear.
- Let's go. Ladies first.
- Fuck!
- You ready to pay up?
You ready to pay up?
- Nah, man.
50 bucks because all you
guys scuffed my shoes up.
- Wait, hold up, hold up, hold up.
Whoa. Whoa.
Yo, Bruce, my man.
- What up?
- You fucking with Julie?
- What? Yeah.
- Hmm.
- I can name three dudes
right off pocket right now.
- Shut the fuck up.
You don't know anything.
- Kevin. You know Kevin?
What about Jody? Remember him?
- Doesn't matter, man.
- Remember Rafael from the club?
- All right.
- He needs to know.
If it was happening to
me, I would want to know.
- Nah, nah, y'all fucking lying.
All right. I'm done with this shit.
- Bro.
- Where the fuck you going?
- Come on, bro.
- Nah.
- Just come back. Let's double or nothing.
- Double or nothing, bro, man.
- So what happened, like?
- Yo, I don't
wanna talk about it, man.
- You just took the
fucking van and dipped?
- No.
- Look, bro.
You're tripped out or something.
Like this has to stop.
I don't know what the fuck got into you.
Maybe you like that you ain't
had sex in however many years
and Julie just got you
on a bender or something.
But what the fuck, bro?
- Have you ever even been in love?
- Have I've been in love?
- Yo, listen, there's
few things in this world
that I'll sacrificed for
and that's one of them.
You understand me?
- Where's the money?
Did you not drop off the goods?
- No, I didn't
drop off the fucking goods.
- You knew where
the fuck we had to go.
You're over here
overreacting over some pussy.
- Man, don't worry about it, man.
Listen, I fucked up.
- That was the drop.
You fucking up my money.
- I'll deal with
whatever Maurice wants to say.
I'll deal with it, all right.
- What's up? All right?
Come on.
I'm just throwing it throwing at you.
Throwing at you.
- Yo, what happened?
He had one job.
- Hey, ole boy, got a hot head.
- I knew I couldn't trust your ass.
- I was there.
The bag was secured.
But you know.
- But it wasn't done?
- Yo, I had to take care of something.
- Hello?
- Put 'em on.
- What did you do?
- You know what I did.
- I know what happened.
I don't know why you did it.
- It's just something
I had to take care of.
- So you thought
what you had to take care of
was more important than my money.
Is that what I'm hearing?
- What can I do to make it up?
- You can get my money back.
- Okay.
- So next to
you is a quarter pound.
Figure it out. 48 hours.
I need it all gone.
- Whoa.
I can't do that in two days.
- Oh, yes, you can.
Make it happen.
- Quarter pound
of Molly. Two days.
- Two days?
- That's what he gave us.
- A quarter pound?
- Yeah.
- Where's the fucking duffle bag?
That's your problem.
- I don't know about you,
but I'm about to go to The Garage
and try to make some money.
- The garage? I'll fight.
I'll fight the champ.
- Bruce is gonna fight
Jesse Fucking Bough!
- I'm doing what I need to do.
- The undefeated champion?
- The undefeated Garage champ.
I can fight him.
- If you could last more
than four rounds with Jesse,
I'll get everyone to vote.
In your odds, we could parlay the fight.
- I need you on this, all right, man.
You've got me.
All right. Do this for me?
Do this for me, all right?
Hey, Tony. Thank you, man.
You're a real friend.
- You're tripping, bro.
I'm gonna keep it real with you.
Stay off that shit.
- Yeah.
- Ah, David,
if you were here, you'd know what to do.
That's it.
- Oh, you're all out, huh?
- Where is it? Where's the bottle?
- I guess I drank it.
- Where'd it go?
- Inside of me.
- Yeah.
- Did you want some?
- No, I don't want any of that, Meyers.
- I'm just trying to survive.
- That's all we're trying to do.
It's what they taught us to do.
And how are you gonna solve
this problem in front of you?
- Fuck, I don't know.
- You don't know?
- No.
- Yeah?
What were you trained to do?
- I don't know.
- What else are you gonna do?
You don't know.
- You don't.
You don't know me.
You don't even know.
You don't know who-
- I do know you, Myers.
I know that you need this
to solve your problem.
All we can do is the best
we can with what we've got.
So do it, Soldier.
Use it.
Soldier up, Myers.
- Okay.
Yeah, damn right.
I can do that.
- Yeah, you can.
You know how to do it.
- Hey, David, I miss you, man.
- Ah, you're
gonna be all right, Myers.
You keep pushing forward, moving forward.
- This is what y'all
betting on. Jesse Bough?
- Yes, sir.
- Yes.
- Who you got? Who you got?
- You know who I put my money on?
Whew! My man, Bruce.
The new guy.
All of this.
- Oh!
- Yo, this is gonna be a rivalry.
- Put my money down on the bluegrass man.
- I got this.
- You know all my money's in the fight?
- Yeah, I know, I know.
Just take care of that.
Pay back Maurice. We're good, all right.
We'll be whole.
We'll be whole after that.
- This is on you.
- Yo, just make the bet
for the second round.
- He coming in like that.
- Yo, don't tell me how
to fight, all right.
- This is Jesse Bough.
- I'm ready.
Listen, I know who the fuck
I'm fighting, all right.
- He's not a punk.
- First round, my man's-
- What is this?
- In my-
Yeah, and my duffle back, all right, just-
- You still sipping that shit?
- Just get it from me, all right.
Just get it.
I need it for the fight.
- Hey, one time only.
- Whew.
- Here we go, yo.
- All right, Bruce.
Look, I just need you to relax.
How are you feeling?
- Ah, I think I broke a rib.
- Hey, that's Jessie Bough.
That's the champ.
Can you pull through a few minutes?
Throw something.
- Listen man, just bet what we won
on me going down the second round.
We got this.
We'll pay back, Maurice,
and we're gonna make ours.
- Drink this.
You might be on to something.
I'll figure out the bets.
And you take care of Jesse.
- Is Julie here?
Listen, you tell me when she's here.
I'm asking her.
I'm gonna ask her to marry me.
- You got a mind of your own.
I'll let you think about that.
Just take care of Jesse.
- Right.
- I can't do this no more.
Maurice, you and Maurice
are fucking tripping.
Fucking shot me in my arm, Bruce.
- Stop being a fucking bitch.
I got shot too, okay.
We need to go tonight
and we need to kill the
traitorous bastard, tonight.
- You and this hitman bullshit.
This is what got us in
here in the first place.
- I'm sorry, Tony.
I didn't mean to bring you into this,
but I have to end it.
And you don't gotta be a part of it.
You don't have to pull a
single fucking trigger,
but you gotta take me there.
You take me there.
You drop me off and you
get the fuck outta here.
You understand, Tony?
You get the fuck outta here,
and you go fuck off wherever you want.
You go to the fucking hospital.
You go to the police station, okay?
But what happens tonight is
Maurice goes in the ground.
Do you understand me, Tony?
- Bruce?
Doesn't have to be,
this, any of this.
I've been telling you this from day one.
- This is who I am, Tony.
- Well we gotta go, Bruce.
I'm fucking, I'm fucking done!
- Me, too.
- We're over.
- Who's turn?
- Go ahead,
bro. It's all you, bro.
- Okay.
- It's lookin a little crazy.
- Eh.
- It's on you.
- I'm keeping it civil.
- I got something. Hold
on, hold on, hold on.
Before you move,
before you move.
There you go.
- Down to the wire now.
- You know what's going on.
- Hmm.
- Talking out your ass.
- You ain't
got it. You ain't got it.
- Oh, I got it.
Oh, he thought he was gonna win too.
Don't matter how we start,
it matters how we finish.
- Right.
- Right, right.
- Dang.
- Oh, you need one?
- Yeah, I need one. I need one.
- Another one.
- But that's how you win.
He's cheating.
- He makes up his own rules.
That's what it is. That's what it is.
- Better catch up, boss man.
- He's trying.
- Oh, yeah.
- He's trying to win.
- Hey, I gotta get mine.
- Yeah. Yeah.
- Boy, I
been trying to tell y'all.
- You gonna be alone
with no transportation.
- Man, don't worry about me.
I need you to go and make
this right for Paulie, okay?
No mistakes, no drama.
- No mistakes. We'll get it done.
We got you.
- So you say.
- You can count on it, man.
You can count on it.
- Yet, we're here.
- Clean up the mess.
- We'll get it done.
- See you guys when you get back.
- All right.
- You know, I expected to go
to war with you and your men.
But look at you,
all alone,
That's bold.
Even for you, Maurice.
- Just put the gun down.
This is all a misunderstanding.
- A misunderstanding?
Now, what could I possibly misunderstand
about you trying to kill me?
- I told you that it was
a high-profile client.
What'd you think they were gonna do?
Just let it slide?
- You can't snake your way
out of this one, Maurice.
- We just need to put all
this bullshit behind us,
you put the gun down
and get back to making money.
- You make me sick, Maurice.
- I'm the one that got you off the streets
and brought you into this life.
Now look at you.
You could have been me.
- Why would I wanna be anything like you?
You think that it's over?
You think that you've won?
You think it ends with me?
You think I'm the last?
But there's a bunch of me.
Don't worry. You'll find out.
- Say hi to your brother for me.
Get off me, man!
- Shut the fuck up!
You think there's anybody
around that wants to help you?
Well, there's not.
Let me ask you a question.
This is a very important question.
Does this mean anything to you?
Is this your fucking gun?
Is this the one that killed Maurice?
My best earner?
All you've ever done is
cost me fucking money.
Somebody told me you
don't like taking orders.
Well, you're gonna take 'em
now, do you understand me?
You are gonna take fucking orders from me
whenever I give them.
Your problem was always with listening.
You don't listen well.
You want to run on your own time
and your own fucking thoughts.
Your thoughts suck.
You know, if I would've let you go,
it would've been
detrimental to my business.
Tony, you know Tony, right?
Tony told me all about you
not dropping the fucking bag
when you're supposed to.
He also told me about
your fucking tendency
to abuse drugs.
I'm dealing with you, a fucking a junkie.
Has this experience taught you anything?
Maybe you'll even learn to break away
from that inner beast
that lurks within you.
Drinking water and eating
soup from a fucking dog bowl!
Tony notified my friend
about your situation.
He tells me,
Julie is having a baby.
Yeah, she's pregnant with your baby.
This is great news for you.
And me, right?
Who knows?
You might even decide to honor me
with the role of Godfather to your child?
That sounds good to me.
How about you?
And I know you're gonna start doing
exactly what you're told to do.
Nobody wants to see any harm coming
to Julie or my potential Godchild.
Do you think this is
a fucking negotiation?
'Cause it's not.
I have a lot of money moving
in and outta South America.
I'm sending you down there
to take care of what you owe me.
I'm pretty sure you know
what you gotta do, right?
You should start considering
the well-being of that good woman
and your child.
After all, it's because of
them that I spared your life.
I need you to accept
the situation you're in.
It is what it is.
I want you to consider yourself found.
You got that, okay?
You don't ever want to
confuse freedom with chaos.
They are not the same fucking thing!
I do hope you come to realize
that you owe me a great debt.
With proper guidance,
you'll do exactly what
you're supposed to do.
Always remember,
I'm your boss.
Your new team will cut you
loose at the last safe house.
I hope you take advantage
of the opportunity I've given you.
Buona Fortuna.
Good luck.