Martial Law II: Undercover (1991) Movie Script

(birds chirping)
(dog barking)
(upbeat music)
(group chattering)
(birds chirping)
(suspenseful music)
(group chattering)
(motorcycle engines roaring)
(suspenseful music)
(birds chirping)
- Que pasa?
- Yeah.
- We're lookin'
to get equalized.
You wanna do business?
- Show me some dead presidents.
- I hear you favor Grant.
- It is my favorite
president, favorite president.
- Well then amigo,
show me your armor.
- Check it out.
Step into my office.
- All right, let's
see what you've got.
(dramatic music)
- Mack 10s, uzis,
45s, nine millimeters.
Need I go on?
- Yeah, but are they cold?
- [Gun Dealer]
Virtually untraceable.
(suspenseful music)
- Okay, anything goes wrong
you move in on my command.
I don't want any officers to
intervene unless authorized.
(playful music)
- [Gang Member]
Get the hell out.
(door thuds)
- Hey guys.
- Hey, get the hell out of here.
- You got a couple of bucks?
- Some of us work for
a living, you mind?
- How about some spare
change, how about some change?
You got any change, huh?
- I got your change right here.
You understand what I'm saying?
(body thuds)
(foot thuds)
- Everybody hold.
- Hey, check it out.
(foot thudding)
(foot thudding)
(body thuds)
(fist thuds)
- Ha!
(stick thudding)
(foot thudding)
(foot thuds)
(knee thuds)
(head thuds)
(knee thudding)
(elbow thuds)
(foot thudding)
(fist thuds)
(fist thudding)
(foot thuds)
(body thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(foot thudding)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(body thuds)
(police siren wailing)
(upbeat percussive music)
(group chattering)
- Pretty good disguise,
you almost fooled me today.
- [Sean] Thanks.
- That was very impressive.
- All in day's work.
Why do I get the feeling
you're leading up to something?
- For starters,
you made detective.
And you've been transferred
to Northwest division.
- When do we leave?
- Billie's not leaving.
They want you to start
a martial arts program.
Besides I still need
her around here.
Good luck, kid.
I'm gonna miss you around here.
- Thanks.
(upbeat rock music)
(group chattering)
- Hey.
- All right, got it.
Thank you.
Hey, hey, here you go, Steve.
You guys out to break a
few hearts tonight, huh?
- Hey, Sean.
- Here's to detective
Sean Thompson.
(group cheering)
- Thanks guys.
- Are you moonlighting?
- Nah, just filling in for pops.
Congratulations, Sean.
- Thanks.
- I hate to break up the team.
- Yeah, me too.
But hey, now that
you're on your own
you got a better chance
of making detective.
- Yeah, right.
Hell, if you could
do it, anybody can.
(birds chirping)
(group chattering)
- Captain Krantz.
Captain Krantz,
Detective Sean Thompson.
- Captain, requisition forms.
- So you're martial law, huh?
Well, I heard a lot
about your work.
It's all good.
- Oh, thanks.
- We got a pretty
good group here.
This is Borelli,
he'll show you around.
- Danny.
- Hey.
- Hey.
How are you?
- I take it you know each other.
- Yeah, went to the
Academy together.
- And I'll speak to you later.
- All right
- I'm glad you could
make it, Detective.
- Hey.
- Yeah, yeah.
- You look real good.
- Thank you.
I've been working
out, stopped drinking.
- Hey, that's good.
- Get a couple of
karate lessons from you,
I'll be kicking some ass, man.
(Sean grunts)
- Wah!
Take more than
just a couple, huh?
- Yeah, yeah.
- Go straight to jail and
don't pass go. (laughs)
How's Nancy doing?
- Oh, she's doing great.
You know, Sean, she's
been asking for you
and that girl, uh, Pam.
- Pam.
Oh, with the?
- Yeah, yeah.
- She's hot.
- You remember Strings?
- Strings?
- [Frank] Hey, you must be
the new guy around here.
- Yeah, Sean Thompson.
- Frank Dobbs.
I'm the sergeant around here.
- Hey, good to meet you.
- You too.
Hi, Borelli.
- Frank, what's new?
- Not much, Danny boy, not much.
See you.
- Yeah, nice meetin' ya.
He seems okay.
- Yeah, administration.
- What's wrong?
- Ah, nothin', (chuckles)
nothin', nothin'.
- Yeah.
So you and Nancy wanna
go to dinner, huh?
Do a little celebratin'?
- Not tonight.
- Slow down.
Come on, it's my treat.
- Nah, I got somethin'
to take care of it.
Hey look, can you finish
up the tour alone?
- Yeah, sure.
- All right, good.
Then all right.
- What?
- Nothin'.
I'll, uh, I'll tell you what,
we'll do it tomorrow
night, all right.
- [Sean] Yeah, okay,
sure, that's no problem.
- It's good to have
you here, Sean.
- [Sean] Yeah, it's
good to be here.
- All right.
- Speak to you soon, Danny.
- [Danny] Yeah.
- Take her easy now.
- Yeah, oh.
- At 24, Spencer Hamilton has
achieved the kind of success
many business men work
their whole lives to attain.
And to encourage others his age,
he's just established the
Hamilton Scholarship Fund
for business excellence.
(sticks slapping)
- If this were the real
thing, Tanner, you'd be dead.
- [Christie] Mr. Hamilton,
to what do you
attribute your success.
- Well, Christine, luck and
determination don't hurt.
Plus I have an incredible
role model, my father.
- It was your own
hard work, son.
- In a world where
SO many parents
and children find it
difficult to communicate,
the Hamilton family is
an inspiration to us all.
Christine Richards,
channel 10 news.
(horn honking)
- We all set for tonight, Bree?
(dramatic music)
(suspenseful music)
Is everything in order?
- Yep, everything's in order.
(suspenseful music)
(camera snaps)
(camera snaps)
(camera snaps)
(camera snaps)
- Get out.
Let's see your hands.
Come on, let's go.
Come on.
(dramatic music)
- [Danny] Hey, scum!
- He had this.
- You're a real
boy scout, Borelli.
- Who else is in on this, Frank?
- You'll never know.
- Well, I can guarantee, you're
not gonna get away with it.
- I beg to differ.
Looks like you put your nose
somewhere it doesn't
belong my friend.
How unfortunate.
- Let's go.
- Is this it, Frank, huh?
You're gonna sell me out, man?
You're gonna sell me out, Frank?
This is the way you treat
your brothers, right?
Good move.
Look at this guy.
I'm gonna walk out
of here, Frank.
I'm gonna walk out!
(leg thuds)
(Danny groans)
(foot thuds)
(Danny groans)
(foot thudding)
(Danny groaning)
(fist thudding)
(Danny groaning)
(Danny groaning)
(leg thudding)
(Danny groaning)
(fist thudding)
- How'd he get onto you, Dobbs?
I know it won't happen again.
Bree, this has to look right.
(suspenseful music)
(Danny groaning)
- The most powerful aspect
of martial arts is the mind.
Concentration against
the opponent's movement
is how you'll take
them down quickly.
Without a gun, with
only your skill.
Now, I'll need some volunteers.
(jazzy pop music)
Thank you.
As you can see, balance is
critical in any defense.
You have a question, Al?
- It looks like dancing in
your pajamas to me. (laughs)
This is ridiculous.
I mean, which moves
stops the .357?
(Sean chuckles)
(insects chirping)
- This next move is
designed to designed
to disarm an attacker
at closer range.
- Okay, now what?
(foot thuds)
- Bang, you're dead.
- You tell him, tell him, I'll
turn, I'll turn, I'll turn.
I have two kids
and a wife, Nancy.
Tell them I'll turn.
I will, I'll do
anything, I'll do-
(neck cracks)
(upbeat pop music)
(group chattering)
Life in the city
I meet a lot of girls
who wanna get busy
And then I ran into
this girl, she was fly
- So what'd you
say your name was?
- It's Bob.
Been working here long?
Enjoy it?
- Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
But the fringe
benefits are great.
- Hmm, I can only imagine.
- (laughs) What can you imagine?
- By looking at you, I'd say
you're on quite a healthy plan.
- Yeah, I'm very healthy.
- Spencer, thanks for the loan.
I thought I was gonna
have to quit school.
- My pleasure,
consider it a gift.
- Oh, I can't accept that.
- Well, there is a way you
can work it off if you'd like.
I could use another
girl in here,
just to be nice
to the customers.
It's not what you think.
I don't use my girls that way.
I only need them to talk to
the clients, be friendly.
And let me know any
interesting information
you might hear along
the way, that's all.
Consider this just
a little advance.
- I guess I could
use a few nights.
Besides I could use a
break from studying.
When do I start?
- How about right now?
Frank, glad you could make it.
Please enjoy the champagne
with my compliments.
Here's someone who's dying
to meet the biggest sports
promoter in the business.
Frank Jones, may
present to you Celeste.
- Charmed.
- She'll be at my private
party on Saturday.
I hope you'll be
able to make it.
- Wouldn't dare miss it.
- Well, excuse me please.
(Tiffany laughing)
- But it's still
a million bucks.
- Tiffany.
- Who the hell is this?
- Spencer Hamilton, the owner.
- Perhaps you've got
too much to drink.
I'll have the bartender
call you a cab.
Your drinks are
on the house, sir.
- Much obliged.
- Excuse us, Heather.
Thank you.
- So who's the new girl?
- Celeste.
- Well, I guess some
guys like that type.
- I don't want you wasting your
time with that guy anymore.
There are more important people
that you should be working with.
- Give me a break.
Look, I'm not in the
mood for this tonight.
- You're on thin ice, lady.
- Well, good thing
I know how to skate.
Can't believe that I
could live this way
Can't believe I fell in
- Rebellious, isn't she.
(soft rock music)
- [Dispatch] All
units, all units,
one car, CA, off
Malibu Canyon Road.
Body has been identified as
Officer Borelli, Daniel Jay.
Units stand by, coroner
has been notified.
(birds chirping)
- What are you doing
here, Thompson?
- I heard on my scanner.
What happened?
- Looks like Danny was
loaded and missed the curve.
- What?
- Drunk driving.
- He told me he quit drinking.
- Yeah, well Danny
said lots of stuff.
Look, the evidence is
there, it's that simple.
(police radio chattering)
(suspenseful music)
- It doesn't look good.
- Hey, he fell off the wagon.
A lot of people do, it cost him.
- Yeah, but why?
- I don't know.
Danny's been confused.
I heard he flunked
the sergeant exam.
Who knows?
- Yeah, who knows.
- Look, there's no reason to
believe it's anything else.
- Yeah, shit, you're
probably right.
I'll see you back
at the station.
- I'm not denying it.
Borelli was a good cop.
- Captain, we have a
meeting in 15 minutes.
- Yeah, thank you, Edwards.
But he had a problem,
and that problem finally
caught up to him.
- He told me he was dry,
Captain, and I believe him.
Now somethin's not right.
- I understand how you feel.
I've lost a number
of good friends,
and that's the hardest
part of the job.
- Listen, I'm telling you he.
- This report seems clear.
We'll wait, and we'll see
if the coroner's
report verifies it,
but in the meantime,
you're just gonna have
to back off a little bit.
- Back off, Captain-
- I am late
for a division meeting.
Now that's it, Detective.
(gentle music)
(car engine revving)
(suspenseful music)
- Hey, hey, hey.
Look at this.
Come on man, get her.
- Hey!
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(fists thudding)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thudding)
(foot thuds)
- Mall security!
- Al little late, guys.
And I'm supposed
to be on vacation.
(upbeat pop music)
Here girl
You give me all the
things I need to follow
- What are you drinking?
- I'll have a beer.
- You got it.
- Keep the change.
- Thanks.
In my world baby
Non stop
What I would do for you
First time?
- Yeah, a buddy of mine comes
here a lot, told me about it.
Maybe you know
him, Danny Borelli.
- No, it doesn't ring a bell.
- May I help you?
- [Sean] Excuse me?
- We have a large
clientele here,
an exclusive clientele
that values their privacy.
- I'm sure you do,
and I respect that.
Now do you mind?
He's about 5'10", dark hair.
- You don't seem to understand.
We can't help you here.
- [Sean] You got a bad
habit of interrupting.
- I think it's time
for you to leave.
- [Sean] I haven't
finished my beer.
- Yes you have.
- Don't touch me.
- [Tanner] That's enough.
- I said.
(knee thuds)
(Sean groans)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(fist thudding)
(fist thudding)
(fist thuds)
(knee thudding)
(fist thudding)
(foot thuds)
(Sean groans)
(foot thuds)
- Get up!
Get against the wall, put
your hand behind your head,
and interlace your fingers.
- [Dobbs] Let him go.
- What?
- He's a cop.
- What are you
doing here, Dobbs?
- What am I doing here?
I'm supposed to ask
you that, Thompson.
- Hi, beautiful.
- Hey, stranger.
- You're workin' late.
- Yeah, one final report,
and I'm on vacation.
- Well, come on, get changed,
and I'll buy ya beer.
- Yeah.
(gentle country music)
When I thought
That life would
go on forever
When I thought
- Danny Borelli,
can you believe it?
- [Billie] I heard,
it's such a shame.
- I was at the scene and
somehow things don't add up.
- What do you mean?
- It looked like a DUI but
Danny told me he quit drinking,
and I believe him.
And this, this other detective
Dobbs keeps poppin' up.
I mean everywhere.
- You're not gonna
let this go, are you?
- Danny deserves that at
least, don't you think?
- What do you want me to do?
- You're on vacation.
- Come on.
- Well, there is a
little something.
I found that in Danny's car.
- Club Syntax.
Did you check it out?
- I sort of blew my cover.
That's when
(birds chirping)
- You're fuckin' unbelievable,
Thompson, you know that!
I'm not finished with you.
You created a scene
in a nightclub!
No assault charges
were filed, thank God.
- [Sean] I was following
a lead on Borelli's death.
- Yeah, Borelli was drunk.
1.6, twice the legal
limit, case closed.
No case.
And if you keep this
up, you're gonna end up
on parade duty until
your goddamn retirement!
(door bangs)
- Hi.
- Hello.
Never thought I regret saying
this, but we're closed.
- Well, that's okay.
I'm lookin' for a job.
You need any bartenders?
- Well, it depends.
- On what?
- How good are you?
- Try me.
- Mai Tai.
- Light rum, orange juice,
pineapple juice, grenadine,
float it with dark rum.
- Okay, Long Island ice tea.
- Five whites, vodka,
rum, gin, tequila, coke,
sweet and sour, topped
with Triple Sec.
- Cookie Monster.
- Cookie Monster.
- Ha, got you.
- Creme de coco, creme de
mint, vodka, lit on fire,
run like hell.
- Very good, very good.
- You're having fun, George?
- No, Mr. Tanner, I was just
interviewing her for a job.
She's pretty good.
- Guess we're working
you to hard, huh?
- No, I, uh, could use a little
extra help on the weekends,
and we do have a couple
of big nights comin' up.
- What's your name?
- [Billie] Kathy Swan.
- Where have you worked before?
- [Billie] Here,
there, mostly downtown.
- Any place I might know?
- Well, nowhere this nice.
But look, if you
want references I-
- No, no, why don't we try you
out tonight see how you do,
and we'll work from there, okay?
- Great.
- George, why don't you
show her around?
Make sure she knows
what she's doing.
- Yes, sir.
(drum pounding)
(somber music)
(guns banging)
(guns bang)
(birds chirping)
- I don't think it was
an accident, Nancy.
Was there anything
unusual lately?
Was he having any
problems at work?
- Well, he did seem
frustrated lately.
About two weeks ago he
came home very upset.
I had to pry it out
of him, but he said,
"Someone was trying to
meddle with an arrest.
I tried to get
him to talk to me,
but that's all he would say.
- Did he say who?
- No, he refused
to talk about it.
I thought it was over.
Sean, you have to find
out what happened.
(light dramatic music)
- [Sean] How are ya?
Sean Thompson.
- Dickens.
What can I do for ya?
- I need to pull a file
on a Michaels, Tiffany
arrested June 4.
(keys clicking)
- Nothing in here.
Maybe there's a hard copy.
No file.
- [Sean] You sure?
- Yeah, she got a
AKA or something?
- No, that's the name?
Could it be somewhere else now?
- No, this is central.
If it's not in here
she hasn't been booked.
- All right, thanks.
- Well, it's about
time you got here?
- Yeah.
You picked the sunny
side of the street, huh?
- I start at the club tonight.
- Great.
Saw Nancy today.
- How's she holding up?
- Pretty good.
- That's good.
- There's really
sometin' weird going on.
- [Billie] What?
- Well, she told me,
Danny was really messed up
because someone was
checking out his cases.
So I pulled his files.
He'd arrested this
girl at Club Syntax.
But get this, there's no
record of it at central.
There's gotta be some
connection, right.
Listen, why don't
you check it out
and see what you can dig up.
- Do you know the
name of the girl?
- Tiffany, Tiffany Michaels.
- I'll check it out.
- All right.
Oh, Billie, listen Krantz found
out I was workin' on this,
just make sure you
don't get caught
or it'll be both our asses.
- You know you act like a
little old lady sometimes.
- Sometimes I feel
like a little old lady.
- Yeah, grandpa.
(upbeat pop music)
- Spencer.
Why don't you come by
later, we're having a party.
- Enjoying yourself, Frank?
- Great place you got here.
- I like to throw an
interesting party.
By the way, I've arranged
a little event later
that I think you
might really enjoy.
- What is it?
- It's a surprise.
It's for my very
special guests only.
- Yeah, guys, well,
I gotta get a drink.
The good stuff.
- So you having a
good time tonight?
- Oh, yeah.
You're new here, right?
- Yeah.
- [Tiffany] First night?
- Kathy Swan.
- Tiffany Michaels.
Nice to meet you, Kathy.
- So are you a dancer?
- No, no, I'm not a dancer.
[, I'm one of
Spencer's collectors.
- Collectors?
- People, favors,
things like that.
I make sure Spencer
gets what he wants,
when he wants it,
and how he wants it.
- Well, he seems
like a nice guy.
- Spencer.
Yeah, he's great as
long as you deliver.
- Kathy, isn't it?
No more drinks for
the lady tonight.
I wanna talk to you.
- [Tiffany] Oh, right now.
Would you let go
you're hurting me.
- There's someone important
I need you to talk to.
- I suppose you want me to
sleep with him too, right?
And make him fall
in love with me.
I'm tired of all of this.
- You're tired of it?
Well, you're not tired of
all the benefits are you?
You're gonna do what
I want when I want it,
and you'll like it.
Watch your mouth.
- Yes, sir.
- Spencer, everything's ready.
- Be careful, Tiffany.
And our passion
Everyday it's all the same
- [Billie] Party
breaking up early?
- They'll be back.
- Where'd they go?
- Some things around here
that you just don't get into.
- Well, I hope Tiffany's
okay, she seemed rather upset.
- Tiffany'll be fine,
just as long as she
keeps her mouth shut,
and so will you.
(foot thuds)
(dramatic music)
- Right up my alley, Spencer.
- I thought so.
Watch the one in blue.
Excellent style.
- [Frank] Not bad.
- You know, I've been
thinking of getting
in the promotion game myself.
- Really?
It's a tough racket.
- Yes, I thought
you might help me.
I had a little
head start in mind.
- And what's that?
- Well, a certain someone
tells me you're a gambling man.
I'll put my man
against your man.
My man wins I get your
business for 10 million.
- 10 million? (laughs)
It's worth twice that.
- Your man wins you get my club.
- Which one's your
man, the one in blue?
- Tanner.
Your two men.
- You are on, Hamilton.
You are on (laughs).
I think I'm gonna enjoy
the nightclub business.
(dramatic music)
(group chattering)
- Come on.
(suspenseful music)
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
Bring it.
(fist thudding)
(body thuds)
(fist thudding)
(elbow thuds)
(leg thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thudding)
(foot thudding)
(fist thudding)
Get up sucka, bring it.
(fist thuds)
(fists thudding)
(fist thudding)
(leg thuds)
(fist thudding)
(foot thudding)
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(body thuds)
- Get up.
Get up!
(head thuds)
(fist thudding)
(elbow thuds)
(fist thuds)
(fist thuds)
(fist thudding)
(group chattering)
- That was a hell of a fight.
Oh, man.
- [Man] I'm surprised
he didn't kill him.
(bottle shatters)
(knee thuds)
(foot thuds)
(fists thudding)
(fists thudding)
(fist thuds)
- 10 million.
You got one week.
- Spencer I have a question.
Where are we gonna
get 10 million?
- Bree, Why don't you take
everybody back to the club?
- Tanner, I don't
underestimate you,
don't you underestimate me.
Tiffany, why don't
you tell me more
about this young man Rick.
- You Rick?
- [Rick] Yeah.
- Tiffany wants to talk to you.
- [Rick] Yeah, I
know, who are you?
- I'm your ride, get in.
- [Rick] Wait, wait,
what's this about?
- Just get in.
(suspenseful music)
(car engine revving)
(Rick chuckles)
- What the hell
is going on here?
- I need some information, Rick.
- [Rick] Oh, yeah, what?
- My people tell
me your involved
in a certain transaction soon.
- Look, no way.
Al right.
I got nottin' to tell ya.
(fist thuds)
(Rick groans)
- Look, Rick, I
don't wanna hurt you.
After all, any friend of
Tiffany's is a friend of mine.
- I don't know what the hell
you're talking about, man.
- Don't be stupid, Rick.
- What are you kidding?
- Tell me what I want,
I'll let you walk out
of here right down.
- If I talk they'll kill me!
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(hand thuds)
(foot thuds)
(Rick groaning)
- You talk.
Really this is your last chance.
- No, no.
(Rick groaning)
(arm cracking)
(Rick screaming)
- Now the other.
(Rick groaning)
- No, God no, no.
Big deal, big deal,
three days, three days.
It's a 10, $12 million deal.
- Where, Rick?
- Saddle's Peak, Saddle's Peak.
- You may let him go.
- And what if he talks?
- You heard him,
they'll kill him.
- This is a big deal, Spencer.
You know, they're gonna
have an army there.
- We'll have our own army.
(Rick groaning)
(upbeat music)
- George, have you seen Spencer?
- No.
- Good, I need a break.
Well, hello.
Long time no care.
- I gotta tell ya, you
look too good to ignore.
- Well, it's been really
nice seeing you too,
but the old clock on the wall
says it's time for
you to fuck off.
- Come on, let's go
some place private.
- I'm not interested.
- I'm not gonna hurt you.
- Hey, leave her alone.
- When I want a drink I'll ask.
- It's time to leave.
- Sure.
Come on let's go.
- Let go of me, let go!
Would you wait a second?
- Out alone.
(man groans)
Apologize to the lady.
(man screams)
- I'm sorry.
- No problem.
What a jerk.
- Let's get out of here.
- Oh, God.
So how long have
you been with him?
- Spencer?
- Mm-hmm.
- I guess it's been
about three years.
- Well, that's a long time.
You must really like it.
- The only problem is Spencer
wants to make all my choices.
- What kind of choices?
- About the guys I date.
But I have this
plan to remind him
how valuable I am to him.
There's a certain guy
that's crazy about me.
- I bet he's not the only guy.
- Well, I'll tell you
this he's very powerful.
And if Spencer doesn't watch
out I'll be controlling him.
- So tell me, do you
really love this guy?
- Do I love him?
Well, he loves me.
I like him a lot.
- You know Tiffany,
if it gets rough,
maybe you could go back home.
Do your parents
live around here?
- No.
They died in a car
accident when I was a kid.
- I'm sorry.
- Nope, I'm on my own now,
but I'll do just fine.
So how long have you
been a bartender?
- Well, my dad
used to own a bar,
so it was sort of like
in the family business.
I think I was
about six years old
when I learned how to
make my first Mai Tai.
- Where are you from?
- Scranton, Pennsylvania.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- [Tiffany] How'd you
hear about Spencer's club?
- Well I, ugh, can
you believe this jerk?
You back for more?
- Mm-hmm.
- [Tiffany] Jesus.
- Step off to the side?
(suspenseful music)
(foot thuds)
(leg thuds)
(foot thuds)
(arms thudding)
(man screams)
Ha, ha!
(fist thuds)
(hand thuds)
Come on tough guy.
(bat thuds)
(foot thudding)
(door thuds)
- Geez, Louise.
(dramatic music)
- There's been a cop at
the club asking questions.
Sean Thompson.
- I've already got
Dobbs working on it.
- Good.
Tiffany sends her love.
- And when do I get
to see her again?
- Soon.
I have some information for you,
a big drug deal, times,
dates, and places.
- And why are you
telling me all this?
- My civic duty, Captain.
Think of the headlines,
big dealer bust.
- What is in it for you?
- You get the drugs and the
glory, and I get the cash.
- You're crazy.
The answer is no.
- Haven't I always treated
you right, Captain?
You wanna go back to
that lousy cop salary,
and ugly ex-wife?
- It's too much, Spencer.
I'd be going too far.
It'd have to murder
for god's sake.
I'm out.
And I don't care who you
tell about Tiffany and me.
I won't cross the line, I'm out.
- You're out when
I say you're out.
Until then you're in.
You'll do what I want.
You'll see, Captain.
- Go for the groin or
you go for the throat.
- Yeah.
- Well,
how's my favorite girl?
- Spenc, you should
have seen Kathy tonight,
she beat up three guys.
- Yes, I heard, Bree told me.
Very impressive.
I could use another pair
of hands around here.
How would you like a job?
- I already have one.
- Ah, that's right a bartender.
That must be very, very boring
for someone with your skills.
- Not really.
Why, what'd you have in mind?
- I have a big night coming up,
I'm gonna need a
few extra people
to help out Tanner and Bree.
I like my people capable
of handling themselves.
- Do you mean a bouncer?
- Yeah, something like that.
I just need someone who knows
when to jump in and help out.
And it'd mean a nice raise.
- Sure, sounds interesting.
- Okay.
(phone ringing)
(group chattering)
- Yeah, Detective Sean Thompson.
- I've got some
information about Borelli.
- [Sean] Who is this?
- A friend.
Meet me at The Coast.
- Tell me what you got.
- [Lenny] No, in person.
You ask for Lenny.
- Listen, if you
tell me what you got.
(phone clicks)
(rock music)
(upbeat rock music)
- Yeah.
- Looking for Lenny.
(fist thuds)
(Sean groans)
(fist thuds)
(Sean groans)
(group cheering)
(fists thudding)
(fist thudding)
(knee thuds)
(body thuds)
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(pool stick thudding)
(glass shattering)
(ball thuds)
(foot thudding)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(fist thuds)
(body thuds)
(Lenny screaming)
- Hold it right there.
Who set it up, huh?
- [Lenny] Fuck you, man.
- Who, who?
- Fuck you, man.
(head thuds)
(Lenny groans)
Okay, okay, man.
Some guy came in,
gave me a grand,
and told me what to say.
- What'd he look like?
- He looked like a fuckin' cop.
(head thuds)
(gentle music)
- Oh this is different.
- It's cute.
And here's my favorite section.
This is beautiful.
- It's great.
What do you think?
-I love it.
I'm gonna buy it for you.
- Tiffany, it's 300 bucks.
- Don't worry, I have
Spencer's credit card.
- Okay.
- Look.
Oh, look at this.
- [Billie] Spencer's
being generous.
- He hasn't gotten the bill yet.
It's just my way of
making sure he remembers
how much I'm worth to him.
- Here you go.
- Thank you.
- Thanks.
- Thanks.
- Buh-bye.
- [Clerk] Buh-bye.
(suspenseful rock music)
(sultry jazz music)
(door knocking)
- Billie, it's Sean.
- [Billie] Hi, what's up.
- I followed a tip
today and got jumped.
- [Billie] Are you all right?
- Yeah, I'm fine.
- [Billie] Sean.
- No really.
- [Billie] Was it a setup?
- I got a pretty good idea
of who it was but no proof.
- [Billie] Who?
- Dobbs.
- [Billie] Dobbs.
What's next?
- Get proof.
Billie, be careful.
- [Billie] Yeah, you too.
(sultry jazz music)
- So what do you think?
- I think that you
look fantastic.
But I wish I were the one
buying you the nice things.
I don't mean things like these,
I mean like this apartment.
- It's nice, but that's
not what I care about.
Besides, it comes with Spencer.
- Spencer.
The only nice thing that he
ever did in his whole life
was introduce us.
Do you ever think about
just disappearing?
Going some place else,
just staring all over?
- Well, I know somewhere
we can go tonight.
Why don't you go ahead
and I'll get the drinks.
(suspenseful music)
(sultry jazz music)
(suspenseful music)
(door knocking)
He's out.
Whatever you're
up to this stinks.
- Emotions, Tiffany, emotions.
They really do get in
the way of the business.
- No more, I'm sick
of your twisted games.
I've had enough of this,
Spencer, I want out.
- You really think you can
just walk away from this?
- I did what you asked
me to do, now let me go.
- You know something I
agree with you, I really do.
- What?
What are you doing?
You said you weren't
gonna hurt him.
- Well, this isn't for him.
(gun bangs)
(camera snaps)
(camera snaps)
- You bastard.
(gun clicks)
You killed her.
(gun clicking)
- I'm afraid you've
already run out of bullets.
This is gonna make an interesting story,
don't you think?
Police captain murders
mistress in love nest.
The tabloids are gonna love it.
Of course, Tanner
will keep the photos
and evidence well-hidden.
Now you are going to
do everything I ask.
You have no choice.
There's a little matter of
a drug bust and $10 million.
I think Friday night
will work well.
Oh yes, Dobbs tells me
that Thompson got away.
Don't worry, I'll take
care of that myself.
What a mess.
Clean up a little
before you go, will you?
(suspenseful music)
(phone beeping)
Han, Spencer.
Dobbs screwed up.
I want the cop eliminated,
he's getting too close.
Now, tonight.
(phone beeps)
(suspenseful music)
(fists thudding)
- How about a workout?
- Yeah, what the hell.
(elbow thuds)
(leg thuds)
(sticks thudding)
(man yelling)
(sticks thudding)
(sticks thudding)
(stick thuds)
(stick thuds)
(man screams)
(sticks thudding)
(sticks thudding)
(stick clinging)
(stick thuds)
(sticks clinging)
(sticks thudding)
(foot thuds)
(stick thudding)
(stick thuds)
(leg thuds)
(stick thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(stick thuds)
(feet thud)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
- [Billie] Have
you seen Tiffany?
- Oh, yes I have.
She left this morning.
She said something about
going to visit her
parents, I believe.
- That's nice.
- Do you have something
you could be doing, George?
- I left something in my
car, I'll be right back.
- Okay.
- Believe me, it's not here.
I've looked through every file.
Hang on a sec.
Detective Thompson.
- I think something's
happened to Tiffany.
I don't have much time,
so can you check it out.
- [Sean] Sure, yeah,
I'll get right on it.
- Okay, I'll see you then.
(door knocking)
- [Bree] Yes.
- Well look who it is.
- [Bree] Can I help
you again, officer?
- Does Tiffany
Michaels live here.
- [Bree] No, no she doesn't.
- You mind if I take a look.
- [Bree] That depends,
you got a warrant?
- What's a little piece
of paper between friends.
- Dick.
- Did you find Tiffany?
- No, but I ran
into an old friend.
Blonde that works at the club,
said, "Tiffany wasn't there."
- Bree.
- Bree, who's that?
- One of Spencer's bodyguards.
Something's going on soon.
Spencer has me on hold.
- Yeah, well, Tiffany's
arrest file's gone.
And now she's gone.
- How's it connect?
- Dobbs is the key.
But listen, stay in close.
Keep your eyes and
ears on Spencer.
I'll work on Dobbs.
(foot thuds)
(insects chirping)
- A messenger just
dropped off this letter.
(dramatic music)
- I want Thompson out of
the way once and for all.
- Yes, Captain.
Listen, I think our friend
Dobbs has become a liability.
Yes, immediately.
Then we'll take it from there.
You have work to do.
Goodnight, Captain.
(birds chirping)
- We've got two teams.
Dove, your people
go in the front.
Johnny, your team
comes in the back.
Now this is a big deal,
and we expect
maximum resistance,
so everybody take
all precautions.
I want all of you coming
back in one piece, okay?
Sean, I want you and Frank
to be in charge of
moving any evidence.
- Sure.
- Just you and me, Thompson.
- Pay day.
- Thanks.
- Listen up people.
The club will be closed tonight.
I've got a very
special transaction
and I want everybody there.
- [Billie] What about me?
- Yeah, you too.
- We're going at
nine o'clock sharp.
(dramatic music)
(suspenseful music)
- [Rick] Hey, chico, it's
all there, all right.
- At least nine million.
Now we count the last box.
We got a problem?
- Go ahead, what?
- [Man] Okay, start counting.
(man speaking in
foreign language)
- Everybody, report
in the instant
that you're in position.
- We're ready.
- Let's do it.
(suspenseful music)
(guns banging)
(police sirens wailing)
- Come on, go, go, go, go, go.
(gun bangs)
- [Sean] Hey!
(gun bangs)
- Get out of here run.
- [Officer] Up against the wall!
Move it, move it!
(group chattering)
- Spread your legs, come on.
- Spread 'em.
(police sirens wailing)
- [Officer] Up
against the wall now!
(pipe thuds)
(Sean groans)
(pipe thuds)
(Sean groans)
(fist thudding)
(pipe thuds)
- Are you Rick?
- [Rick] Yeah.
- Spencer says thanks.
(gun bangs)
(Rick groans)
- [Officer] All right,
let's get these guys up
and into the truck.
- What happened out there?
- One of the drew
down, I popped him.
- Take the van and you go
straight to headquarters.
(police radio chattering)
(suspenseful music)
- They just went by.
(dramatic music)
- So what's the deal?
- Just a little trade.
Nothing for you to worry about.
- What kind of trade?
- A van is going to
arrive with some boxes.
You will help put
those boxes into a car.
That is all you need to know.
- Okay.
- [Bree] It's on its way.
- Good, call Jones,
tell him one hour.
- Hey, Dobbs.
Mind if I ask you a question?
- Shoot.
- How long you been dirty?
- How long I have
been dirty? (laughs)
Hey, that's a good one.
- No, really, I
wanna know, how long?
- Ever since I got
smart, Thompson.
You think a straight
guy gets ahead?
- What happened to Borelli?
He was poking around where he
didn't belong, just like you.
- I'm taking you down, Dobbs.
- Get a fuckin' life.
You know how deep this goes?
You're gonna take
down Krantz too?
Yeah, see you think
you know everything,
don't ya wise guy?
(suspenseful music)
(tires squealing)
- What the?
- Put it down.
- You think you're gonna
pull this off, Dobbs?
- Sure, two cops get ambushed,
one gets tragically killed,
suspects get away
with the money,
but I get a medal anyway.
- Han, shoot him.
- I got different orders.
(gun bangs)
(foot thuds)
(gun thudding)
(gun thuds)
(foot thuds)
(gun bangs)
- You're not very
good at this, are ya?
Okay, tough guy,
You're gonna be my guide.
Let's go.
(suspenseful music)
- You could be a part of this.
Spencer's real
generous with his cops.
- Yeah, I've seen how
he treats his cops.
Shut up and drive.
- They're here!
- Looks like we're in business.
- Looks that way.
- You must be officer Thompson.
You're very annoying.
- Tell them to drop their
guns or this guy's history.
- Go ahead.
I've got an idea, you give
up and we'll kill you.
(gun bangs)
(gun thudding)
(gun bangs)
(gun clicks)
(gun banging)
(gun clicks)
- Ha!
(fist thudding)
(Bree screaming)
(metal clanging)
(suspenseful music)
(body thuds)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(fist thudding)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(foot thuds)
(body thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(foot thudding)
(man screaming)
(body thuds)
(stick whooshing)
(man grunts)
Ha, ha!
(foot thuds)
(man groans)
(foot thuds)
(door bangs)
(fist thudding)
(foot thuds)
(man screaming)
(body thuds)
(man grunts)
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(Tanner groans)
(foot thudding)
(foot thuds)
(Tanner groans)
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(body thuds)
(Tanner groans)
(foot thuds)
(fist thudding)
(fist thuds)
(chain clanging)
(Tanner grunting)
(Tanner groaning)
- [Sean] Nice suit.
(foot thuds)
- Ha!
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(man groans)
(body thuds)
(machine whirring)
(Spencer grunts)
(Spencer laughing)
- Go for it, Spencer.
(pipe thuds)
(knee thudding)
(fist thuds)
(fists thudding)
(fists thudding)
(Spencer groaning)
(foot thudding)
(elbow thudding)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thuds)
(foot thudding)
(pipe thuds)
- It's far from over cop!
(knee thuds)
We're talking 10 million.
Only the winner keeps the cash.
(fist thudding)
(foot thuds)
(knee thuds)
(fist thuds)
(knee thuds)
(fist thuds)
(foot thuds)
(Spencer screaming)
- Sean!
- Billie, Captain
Krantz was in on it.
(insects chipping)
(engine roaring)
(suspenseful jazz music)
(door knocking)
(gun bangs)
(dramatic jazz music)
(upbeat pop music)
Living life in the city
I meet a lot of girls
who wanna get busy
And then I ran into
this girl, she's fly
She just stole my heart
And now we're in
I feel like I'm in love
Get busy in the city
It's a Saturday night girls
Can't believe I
feel in love in LA
Can't believe that I
could live this way
Check it out and keep moving
The girl was dope
She knew what she was doing
She said baby, won't
you come inside
She just stole my heart
And now we're in
I feel like I'm in love
Let's kiss tonight
Can't believe I
fell in love in LA
Can't believe that I
could live this way
Can't believe I fell in love