Jackson Bolt (2018)

[dramatic clinking music]
- [Tommy] I know
you have it in you.
Bring it out.
Bring it out.
Bring it out.
[tense music]
- [Danny] You've got the item?
- As promised.
You'll never be
able to [mumbling].
[mellow music]
- [Tommy] It wasn't that long
ago when it all went down.
Sure, the bullets, the
blood and the bodies
have all been cleaned
up by now, but,
psychologically, the damage
had already been done.
That's where I come in.
It all started
with Jackson Bolt.
I did my best to clean up
that brother's head, but...
God, I tried, I really did.
[mellow music]
- Jackson.
- You're not listening to me.
- Wait.
Jackson, listen to me.
- [Jackson] 'Cause
he's always over there.
- This is what
I'm talking about.
You never listen.
- Darla, we do this every time.
Hold on a minute.
- Where are you?
- [Gunman] Don't
come any closer, man.
I don't wanna fucking shoot you.
- [Jackson] You're
not gonna shoot me.
Your safety's on.
You know something?
[gunshot blasting]
- Is that gunfire I can hear?
- [Jackson] He better
not be wearing my robe.
- You know, you know what?
Forget it.
- [Jackson] I don't
have time for this shit.
- Kinda like this.
[gunshots blasting]
[gunshots blasting]
[gunshot blasting]
- Can't believe
you killed 'em all.
- Pow.
- This is it, right?
- Yep.
- Everything?
[sighing heavily]
- Yeah.
- Get out.
- [Jackson] Seems like
I was in Tommy's office
every other week, right
after another blood bath.
But I didn't care.
We kept him busy and it
kept the streets clean.
Let's take a minute to meet
a couple of shall we say,
service providers.
They go by the name of Sky
Malone and Diamond Doll.
They were always
trying to get away
from their lowlife pimp, Jimmy.
- [Diamond] What happened?
- I almost threw myself
in front of a bus, but
I keep seeing Naomi's face.
- Listen to me.
We're gonna get through this.
I have a plan.
I've been hiding money
in the trunk of my car,
under the spare tire.
Got exactly 2,500.
All I need is 15.
[tense music]
Found a guy, I'm gonna
pay him to kill Jimmy
and we can leave this shithole.
- Yeah, we'll we're
gonna get caught.
- That's why I want you
to follow behind me.
You make sure no
one's at my back.
It's gonna be okay.
- Okay.
[melancholy music]
You're gonna see Naomi again.
- Okay.
- You're gonna see
your baby again.
[mellow clanky music]
- [Jackson] I really
did my job well,
but damn, my home
life was a wreck.
- I want us to work.
Work, that's the problem.
Oh God, Jackson, I do miss you.
[phone ringing]
- Darla.
- I was just thinking about you.
- I hope that's a good thing.
- I think I can--
- I've been thinking Darla.
I'm not gonna take every case
that comes down the pike.
How's your mom?
[staticky chattering]
- She's not happy I'm here
back in London, though.
- Yeah.
- I want us to work, Jackson.
I really do.
- I promise I won't
blow it this time.
Just come home.
- [Darla] I'll be home soon.
[tense music]
[mystical music]
- [Man] I didn't
take your skateboard.
- [Man] I know you took it.
- I don't even have
your skateboard.
- I know, you liar.
- [Man] I didn't
take your skateboard.
- [Officer] Follow me.
- Hey Sarge, got her again.
Maybe she shouldn't wear red.
- I like it.
- Wanna book her?
- Yeah.
- Can you help me find my dog?
His name is Jovar.
He's this small.
- Sergeant, I need your
attention on this right away.
And help her find her dog.
[mystical music]
- [Jackson] Me, trying
to be a super cop,
I totally ignored the one
person I loved the most.
Damn, I miss her.
[phone buzzing]
- [Answering Machine
Woman] Sorry, no one
is available to
accept your call.
Please leave a message
after the tone.
- Hi Darla.
[mellow music]
I don't know how we got here.
All I know is that I miss you.
I hope you get this message.
I love you.
[uptempo music]
This is Jimmy.
He's the lowlife scum
of a human being pimp.
He's the poster
boy for depravity.
- Are all the little
fillies in my stable
in a bad mood today?
- How many more months
do I have to pay interest
with my ass, literally,
to Bobby fucking No Nose?
- 'Til Christmas.
- I don't think I can
make it past Halloween.
- Next time you
won't be so eager
to borrow money from the mob.
Payback's a bitch, isn't it?
- Once I pay off
Bobby and pay you off,
I need a little vacation.
- Where are we gonna go?
- No, I said I need
a little vacation.
- Oh yeah?
That reminds me.
Bobby called.
He needs his next
party this Sunday,
right after nine o'clock mass.
- Do you have any
compassion for anyone?
- Yeah, for me.
- [Jackson] Yeah, Jimmy had
a real way with the ladies.
[heart beating]
- Where the hell's Bolt?
Get your ass in here.
- [Jackson] And it
seems like I was in
the chief's office
every other week, too.
- Sit down.
- [Jackson] I might
as well have my name
on the office door.
- You know what this is?
Tommy's report on you.
It's bullshit.
On top of that, I've
got the D.A. on my--
- Chief Stone.
Oh, just the man I
wanna see behind bars.
And you're gonna make it happen,
so help me or it's
your ass, too.
Jackson, you have
screwed this division
for the last time.
You're going down.
- I can't keep
putting up with this.
I can't keep covering
for your ass.
Are you drinking?
Get your personal shit
together, will you?
Get West in here.
This is a buddy of yours.
You gotta check him out.
And you two, get your
shit together, too.
- Bobbo, hey.
Yeah, yeah, we got
it set up for Sunday.
Yeah, I wanna get you two,
no, okay, okay one's enough.
Yeah, you're gonna like her.
Okay, have a great day and oh,
got another call
coming in thanks.
Hey, I'm glad you called.
Yes, I was gonna tell
you the good news.
Everything is going really well
and I'm gonna get those
files from you Tuesday
and I think the new office
is gonna be open by wuh,
excuse me just a sec.
Excuse me?
You're coming out here
looking like this?
Go fucking change.
Anyway, what I was saying
is, I think that things
are gonna be pretty cool because
once we get these girls out
and get new business going,
I think I'm gonna be happier.
You wouldn't believe
what I go through.
My God, it's, all the
meditation, all the drugs,
all the praying in the
world hasn't helped.
These girls just don't
really know their job.
Look, I'm gonna have
to call you back.
- I got raped tonight.
- You're a dirty little whore.
That's kinda like saying a
boxer got beat up or something.
Who cares?
- I can't keep doing this.
I wanna see my mom and my baby.
- And you will, I
promise, very soon.
- I wanna hold my baby.
- I know.
And you keep saying this but
[mumbling] focus on business.
I've got some things
coming down the pike.
I can't really tell
you about everything
but everything's gonna change
and you're gonna be a
free woman very, very soon
but you gotta keep
your little mouth shut
unless I tell you to open
it for certain things,
if you know what I mean, okay?
- I was raped tonight!
- God sakes, woman.
I'm trying to run
a business here.
[funky uptempo music]
- Get your ass back in the car.
- Who the fuck you
think you're talking to?
- I'm talking to you, man.
Get your ass back in the car.
[tense music]
- Hey, hey.
What's going on here?
[tense music]
- [Jackson] Toy cop.
- You guys accepting
- [Jackson] The tip came in
that my old fight promoter
was doing something illegal.
- [Receptionist]
Hi, can I help you?
- [Jackson] I'm
here to see Danny.
- [Receptionist] Do you
have an appointment?
- [Jackson] So, I
do what I do best.
[tense music]
- [Danny] I got the delivery.
- Danny, Danny, Danny.
- [Danny] Just because
you killed somebody
in the ring, you pussy out.
And you cost me millions.
- You know why I'm here.
What is it this time?
Gambling, prostitution, hmm?
- [Danny] No, I play chess.
[tense music]
- [Man] Stop, ha!
[tense music]
- Yeah?
You guys are coming up short.
Need to get your
asses over to 42.
Like now.
Hey, wake up.
- See ya tonight after business.
- Little light on the weight.
- [Man] Here you go pops.
- [Man In Red Hat] Can you
do a fucking lightweight?
Come on, man.
- Don't worry about it.
It's not your fucking problem.
- Took you so fucking long?
- I was only up
there for 10 minutes.
- You was up there
for 20 minutes--
- Whatever, man.
- [West] What the
fuck happened--
- Man, get outta here.
- How's Darla?
- That's it.
Get outta the car.
- [West] What?
- I'm so tired of
your shit, man.
Tired of your shit.
- What you pushing
on me for, man?
The fuck, Bolt?
We're partners man!
You can't do this.
- [Jackson] He was lucky.
I felt like shit, but a call
came in about a drug deal
going down in one of
Danny's apartments.
[tense music]
[uptempo beat music]
- Fuckin' bitch.
Mother fuck.
- What's up?
[gunshots blasting]
[uptempo music]
- Efficient.
[gunshot blasting]
- Fuck.
Punk mother fucker.
Son of fucking bitch.
- Oh my God, what the
hell's going on in here?
[gunshots blasting]
[uptempo music]
- Before you go out, be
sure [mumbling] mess.
- [West] Screw yourself.
- West, freeze.
But then I realized I couldn't
pull the trigger on my gun.
- Matter?
Can't pull the trigger?
Let me help you.
[gunshot blasting]
[tense music]
[melancholy rock music]
Managed to slip through the
hands of some rookie cops.
[melancholy rock music]
Diamond's 11:30 john found
her dead and called 9-1-1.
[melancholy rock music]
While Jimmy rejoiced over
the paramedic's inability
to resuscitate
Diamond, Sky was busy
doing what she needed to do
to make a downpayment
on Jimmy's demise.
Jimmy cried like he cared,
but it was all just an act.
Jimmy had a real
way with the ladies.
- Yeah, I know, I
know, he's a problem,
but it's our problem, not yours.
Look, just do your job.
We'll do ours.
- You wanted to see me, Chief?
- Yeah.
I had you transferred
here for a reason.
Your buddy's in trouble
and you're gonna watch him.
And you can start with his wife.
But not like West.
- [Darla] David, is
this really necessary?
- Darla, you and I both know
Jackson didn't kill anybody.
His partner.
I've got one word for you.
- Look, I can assure
you he is not here.
If you want to protect me, you
can do it from outside, okay?
Now, I'm gonna go
upstairs to rest
and when I wake up, I
want you out of my house.
- I know he's here, Darla.
[door slamming]
- Hey.
- Good job, baby.
- He's gone, I think we're safe.
- He's the only one I trust.
- I know.
- Hey.
I need you to give him
this cell phone, okay?
Don't let anybody see you do it.
- Okay.
- I'm gonna follow
up on a few things,
kill some people and call
him in the morning, alright?
- Mmm hmm.
- I gotta go.
- Okay.
- I miss you.
- I miss you, too.
- Remember the time
when we went swimming
and you fell in the pool?
- Yes, I remember the time.
- Those were good times.
[melancholy music]
- When this is all over,
we need to talk, okay?
- Okay.
[traffic zooming]
According to the news, that
man Bolt was on the run,
but I was actually on the hunt.
- Hey David, I got a
line on that Texas game.
You in?
- Oh yeah, man, I'm down.
- Let's do it.
- Let's do that.
[phone ringing]
- David, hey it's J.B.
You got anything on Danny?
- Nah, and do I got
something for you.
- [Man] How about
making that bet partner?
- Ugh, get outta here.
He's got this big old fight
lined up for Saturday night.
Yeah, supposed to be
five guys against one.
- This Saturday?
Like, in a few days?
- Yeah.
- Are there any details?
- The who's who of fighters
and some surprise kickboxer.
Yeah, some sort of mystery man.
- Yeah, I think I know
who the kickboxer is.
- Yeah.
- Is there a website?
- No website, huh uh.
- Look, man.
I got a little problem I
need you to help me with.
- So, that's why
your wife left you.
- Man, I'm gonna kick your ass.
- Too soon?
- Got this pain in my head.
My God, it's ringing, it hurts.
Can't pull the
trigger on my gun.
- What?
- I need you to research Danny.
I'll catch up with you later.
You can find Danny
in one of two places.
His office or his bar.
I decided to start
with his office.
There was something about that
silver briefcase on his desk.
I just had to know
what was in it.
- Freeze!
Don't move.
Toy cop, huh?
- Toy cop.
Sky had everything planned out.
What she needed to do
was bring the money
to a guy in the suit,
sitting by the window
at the coffee shop
at a certain time.
What could possibly go wrong?
- Looks like we both clean
up pretty well, don't we?
- I was just gonna get coffee.
I was gonna see if you
wanted anything, too.
- I want a lot,
starting with your pretty
little ass in this chair.
You know I was up all
night tossing and turning,
agonizing over what to tell
you about my new business.
- What new business?
- My brother is a hired killer.
He's been teaching
me everything.
Pretty cool, huh?
- [Waitress] Can I get
you something to drink?
You're good for now?
- I'm doing fine, thank you.
I did my first practice kill
last night and I love it.
It's even better
than peddling flesh.
The other thing that I
haven't been telling you
is that every day I have
to make a phone call
to my brother down
in L.A. and every day
I have to remind him not
to kill that nice woman
and not to kill that
little bastard baby.
And I have to tell him
not to go to 4999
Manchester Circle.
[tense music]
Apartment 18.
- You know what, Jimmy?
Someday, you're not
gonna hold all the cards,
and when that day comes,
you're gonna be sorry.
- Here's to that day being
many years in the future.
- I'd spit in your
fuckin' face right now
if I didn't know that
you'd like it so much.
- You paint me to
be such a perv, Sky.
But look at yourself.
- I'm paying for my sins, okay?
At least I'm trying.
Someone's gonna come along
and have to make you pay.
- I can't wait.
[tense music]
- Ladies and gentlemen,
I am Cecil J. Blondie,
at least I used to be.
So good to see you all
coming out here today
to Sergeant Pepper's,
especially you, Frank.
We've got a great show
for you lined up today
as long as Jennifer remembers
to kick a little higher,
keep her leg in the
air and it shouldn't be
too much of a stretch
for her, we like to hope.
Go ahead and put
your hands together
but keep it in your
pants for the Frat Girls!
[uptempo sexy music]
- Okay, let's start with
the burlesque stab and go.
- Yeah, babies, come on.
- Hey there, hey, hey, hey.
- [Woman] Son of a bitch!
- [Woman] Get out.
- [Jackson] My bout
with depression
was getting worse and worse.
Killing Danny may not
prove my innocence,
but it just might cheer
me up a little bit.
- [Danny] Jackson Bolt.
Hard time as always, my brother.
- Give me one reason
why I shouldn't fuckin'
kill you right now.
- Oh, Jackson.
'Cause I'm the guy with
an eyewitness that knows
you didn't really kill anybody.
- But that would implicate you.
- I never let the truth get
in the way of a good story.
- I'm not following.
- And you never will,
because while you're running
around playing checkers,
I'm playing a
thinking man's game.
A civilized game, chess.
It's more civilized
and highly profitable.
You see, half these cops,
they wanna kill you.
The other half, well,
your partner was no saint.
He was screwing a
bunch of guys' wives.
[tense music]
- [Ruby] Fuck you
and your badge.
- Bitch.
[breathing heavily]
- Hoo hooey, Jackson.
You still got it, boy.
But remember my friend,
king beats pawn every time.
- [Jackson] Pretty sure
that was an audition
for Danny's event in a few days.
What the hell was he up to?
- Hey pumpkin, you look so sad.
What's going on?
You know what today is?
It's take your kid to work day.
But you know what?
Instead of you following
Daddy around all day,
I need you to sit
tight and wait.
Now, give me your hand.
- [Sky] What? No.
- I said give me your hand.
- You're gonna be [mumbling].
- [Sky] What'd you do?
- I'm starting to
get the hang of this.
[uptempo hip-hop music]
Here's my rebuttal
It's my time,
my time, my time
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
Hear a lot of music
Even in my dreams
Sweet funky music
with a melody
Straight from my heart
I'm here today
To display my music
in a funky way
Everybody sing on
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
Don't hate the
player, hate the game
- What the hell?
Alright, come on.
Let me see you.
Goddamn, bro.
Don't you know how to
make an appointment, man?
- Two, you're all booked up.
Better check your fridge.
You're almost outta beer.
- What the hell you doin'
in my refrigerator, anyway?
- I got's thirsty.
- Then drink.
- It's like I was sayin' fellas.
You know, I hired you guys
to track somebody down.
Turns out, I know
exactly where he is.
- [Biker] Where's the guy?
- It's Jackson Bolt, cop killer.
- [Biker] We got a job to do.
The address is 357 Gibbs Lane.
We'll see ya there.
[engines grumbling]
- Okay, we've done this before.
Just trying to get
something done.
Sure you can handle
it this time?
Alright, so I'll tell
ya what I'm gonna do.
Just for the record,
I'm gonna record
this conversation, alright?
Okay, so what I
want you to do now
is just try to relax, alright?
Just lay down.
Let your mind wander, see if we
can get something done, alright?
So, try to remember all these
things that happened to you.
Take me back there.
Make me,
make me remember them.
Let me see them.
Tell me.
[funky beat music]
- Man, why do we
have to do this?
- Just relax.
Take a deep breath, alright?
One more time.
Tell me what you see.
Tell me what you hear.
Tell me what you smell.
[mumbling] bringing back all
the things you went through,
All the things that happened.
Just, if you relax, will come.
Don't fight me.
Just relax.
Talk to me.
[funky beat music]
We go through this all the time.
Tell me something.
Tell me what you hear, what
you see, what you smell.
- I see a guy.
Maybe two.
I'm sorry, Tommy.
I can't do this.
- Stop being a goddamn
pussy, alright?
Talk to me.
Tell me what you see.
What you hear, come on.
[funky beat music]
- Two guys.
I think it smells...
Two guys are hittin' me.
- Come on, talk
to me, talk to me.
- Man, can I just go get a beer?
- Yeah.
This one you're gonna
have to pay for.
Get out.
[funky beat music]
- We're gonna take him upstairs.
[funky beat music]
- [Jackson] Tommy told
me to go upstairs.
He knew something wasn't right.
[gunshots blasting]
I see a guy.
Okay, I see two guys.
Two guys.
- [Tommy On Phone]
What are they doing?
- [Biker] What?
[tense music]
[gunshots blasting]
[gunshot blasting]
- What's up with
the gun, baby girl?
- Fuck you.
Old man.
- Whoa.
That's easy to say.
You got your gun in your hand.
I got my piece over there.
I mean, it's easy to do.
Let me put this, for a
second, let me put this here.
Can you hold this?
[funky beat music]
[funky beat music]
[tense music]
- [Jackson] Still
think I'm a pussy?
- Comme ci, comme a.
[gunshot blasting]
[tense music]
- [Darla] Jackson, I love you.
I love you.
- [Ruby] My grumpy little baby.
Mama's got a surprise.
- 'Swhatever.
I'm not used to having my
plans fall apart like this.
- Just 'cause you never done
anything like this before baby.
- You gonna be alright?
- Now will you
listen to my idea?
- Oh, I don't know.
I just can't find Jackson.
I can't--
- Shh, shh, shh.
There's only so many
places he could go
to have that thing removed.
I'm already on it.
- There was something in my head
that had to come out.
I just remember waking
up in the hospital.
Did they get it out?
- Seriously, Bolt?
You are on a clear liquid diet.
That's your dinner.
- Hell yeah, they got it.
It's right here, man.
- Oh.
Who knows I'm here?
- Man, I checked you
in with a fake I.D.
Only me and Darla.
- Oh, Darla?
Man, she's gonna want to
have to come up here and--
- No, man, no.
Now, calm down, she's good,
I told her all about it.
Everything's fine.
- What about the blonde?
- Ah, that would
be Bonnie Cardoza.
Yeah, she works at Genotech.
She's friends with
your boy, Danny.
I think he paid off
her gambling debts
and in return,
she got him this
mind control device.
I'm sure they have bigger
plans than just you.
- Wow.
What'd you do with her?
- Oh, you mean like
unnatural acts?
- [Jackson] No, no, asshole.
Where is she?
- She's fine.
She's safe.
We did just that
homework like you asked.
- Good.
Good, did you bring my bag?
- [David] Duh.
It's right here.
- Get me my thing out my bag.
- You get up outta that
bed and I'll give you
that thing in your bag.
- I'm gonna kick your ass, man.
- That's what you keep sayin'.
Look a little
wobbly there, Chief.
[tense music]
I think you're looking
for this, right here.
You ready?
[uptempo beat music]
- I'm looking for someone.
Jackson Bolt.
- Sorry, sir.
- Wrong answer.
[gunshots blasting]
- Bolt.
- Man, you almost got
us fuckin' killed.
- [Jackson] I like his suit.
- Hey, it will fit you, I think.
- Freeze, get on
the fucking ground!
[gunshot blasting]
[tense music]
[gunshots blasting]
- Bolt!
[gunshot blasting]
[tense beat music]
- I'm good, man, I'm good.
It went straight through.
Take this, get 'em man.
I got your back.
Go get 'em, go get 'em.
- Number One, check in.
- Number One, checking in.
We got cops, sir.
Too many cops.
I think we gotta
get outta here, man.
- I don't pay you to think.
I pay you to do your job.
Now, if you leave this
building without securing
the package, I will hunt you
down and kill you personally.
Do you understand?
- Roger that, sir.
[gunshot blasting]
- I don't have a gun.
[gunshot blasting]
- Number Three.
Do you have the backpack?
- 'Course I got the
fucking backpack.
[tense beat music]
Oh, fuck.
- Mr. Roundtree.
We need another specimen.
- [Mr. Roundtree] I just peed.
- Well, drink some water.
We need it.
Ring the bell when you're done.
- I gotta get outta here.
Time for a mixed drink.
Ah freedom.
This bitch just got peed on.
- Yeah, yeah.
[breathing heavily]
[tense beat music]
[gunshot blasting]
[breathing heavily]
- [Surgeon] Okay, ladies,
let's get this liver in.
I've got a date tonight.
- [Nurse] Thank God.
- [Surgeon] There's
always an option.
- Shh.
- [Nurse] What are
you doing in here?
- Shh, shh, shh.
- [Surgeon] Excuse me, sir.
Sir, can't you see--
- Shh.
- [Surgeon] Gentlemen.
- Shut up.
- [Surgeon] Gentlemen.
This is an O.R.
- I said shut up!
- Sorry, man.
It's the way it's gotta be.
- [Jackson] In case you
were missing Jimmy and Sky,
here they are, right
on time just to do
a little dirty work for Danny.
- So, what you're saying
is, this is a two-man job?
- Like I said a
hundred times, yes.
Of course it is.
- What I mean is,
I can't fuck up
or you lose your paycheck.
Don't make me fall
in love with you.
- Jimmy, you're not getting me.
- Oh, I'm getting
you alright, Sky,
but what I don't want is for you
to get kinda goofy all of a
sudden and change the plans
because I might
accidentally grab this gun
and spray your gray matter all
over the concrete out there.
Do you want that?
Your 100% commitment
to me is more important
than this little gig here.
Now, let's get out
there and do it.
[doorbell ringing]
Mrs. Bolt?
- Yes.
- Hi, I'm Officer DeSouza,
this is Officer Wright
and we're here to
replace the gentlemen
who have been watching you.
- Oh, what happened to Greg?
- He's dead to the world, tired.
We had to let him go.
- There is one thing
you could do for me.
- [Jimmy] Sure.
- I need to go somewhere.
- You know what?
We have strict instructions
to take you nowhere
unless you had to
go to the hospital.
- Yes, I do.
I need to go to the hospital.
- [Jimmy] Which one?
- Mercy Hospital.
- Let's get crackin'.
Come on.
- Great, I'll just get my bag.
- [Sky] After you.
- Thank you so much for this.
- So sorry about this.
You know what?
Seems much worse than it is, but
now that we're together,
I think you and I
can make things work.
We're both victims here.
- I'm nothing like you.
- Yes, you are.
You know, you're a lady,
and I understand that.
But right now, you're my lady,
and when we get through
this little ordeal,
I think maybe we
can both escape.
- Don't be stupid.
He'll kill us both
and you know it.
- You know what?
I don't think so.
I'm extremely valuable to him.
- Pfft.
- He's got a lot
of plans for me,
and you know what?
I've got a few plans for you.
But, do this right, this
doesn't have to go down
your throat 'cause I'd
hate to see what would
happen to those
beautiful [mumbling].
So, what do you say
we work together?
- Fuck you.
- Okay.
That's a great idea.
- Don't touch me.
- Oh, please, dear.
You don't understand
me at all, do you?
- Keep away from me.
- How could I keep away from
something so precious like you?
Please understand.
Oh my, this is
always how it starts.
I think this is yours.
I think she doesn't like me.
- Zip it up.
One day that dick's
gonna get you killed.
- Idea.
- Fuck you.
- Your man is an asshole.
- He's not my man.
So, maybe you can help
me get away from him.
- You got a gun.
- This?
It's not even loaded.
He took my clip.
- Comfortable?
Is that better?
'Cause that borrowed
suit you was wearing,
it was a little snug.
Kinda worried about ya,
thought you were gonna
start singing soprano in
the Vienna Boys' Choir.
Tough name.
Anyway, it's like they say man.
All's fair in love
and war and us,
we're almost the
end of the line.
- End of the line?
Danny, what are
you talking about?
- Mother fucker,
chess, I told you.
I'm about to castle my rook
and I know you wanna knock
all the pieces off the
board, make a big mess,
but this game's still in effect.
- What game?
Danny, what are
you talking about?
[doorbell ringing]
- Ha, not now, my friend.
I think we have guests.
[doorbell ringing]
You're gonna love this.
Check it out.
Look what I did for you.
Ladies and gentlemen, I know
you have a lot of questions.
Let's get started.
- What are your plans for a
sports themed fashion line?
- Hey, hey, hey, this
is a Danny original.
This man looks good, don't he?
- When was your last fight?
- It's been awhile,
it's been awhile,
but it'll be alright.
- Is there any truth to
the rumor that this fight
isn't properly sanctioned?
- We have all of our paperwork.
I'll have my secretary get
it to you in the morning.
- Danny, I heard
you were indicted
for illegal sports activity.
Can you explain?
- It's all conjecture.
Nothing's ever been proven.
- I heard that you had
to fight four pit bulls
just to prepare for this fight.
Is that true?
- Hey, hey, hey.
No dogs were hurt
during the training.
We're animal lovers.
We are dog people.
Love dogs.
- Mr. Bolt, it's been 10
years since your last fight.
Are you properly
trained for this?
- This man is a machine.
This man is an
officer of the law.
He is a policeman.
Every day out there on those
streets, that's his training.
He's gonna be ready.
- Danny, is there any truth
to the rumor that you're
connected to a prostitution
ring with a man named Jimmy?
- Ha ha ha!
This press conference is over.
- [Ruby] You heard him.
Get the fuck out!
- Cheers.
Y'all have a good day.
Thank you for coming out.
Appreciate you.
- [Jackson] Remember that guy
who helped me pull the trigger?
Yeah, that's Rusty Brown.
Another two-bit wannabe
gangster that works for Danny.
His prints were all over my gun.
- I tell you I had nothing
to do with it, man.
You don't have any weapon.
- You need us to show
it to you, dummy?
We found the gun used to kill
Detective West Rassmuesen.
- [Cop] It's got your
fingerprints all over it.
- I been set up.
- We got evidence tying you to
this and 10 other homicides.
- [Cop] You've got
five minutes to think
about what you're gonna do.
It's gonna change your life.
- Not in a good way.
He ain't no killer.
We should just let him go.
- [Cop] Yeah, bullshit.
- Just open the door, we don't
got enough evidence, do we?
- Yeah, like I said.
- We're gonna be here all night.
- Have you talked
to your wife today?
Do you know where she is?
- Do you want me to
throw the fight, Danny?
Is that it?
- Throw the fight?
I want you to die in the ring.
Make it look good.
Nine, 10 rounds, but die.
And that's gonna be
checkmate mother fucker.
- [Jackson] How does a man
on the run wanted for killing
his partner [mumbling]
boxing ring?
Somehow, Danny took
care of everything.
[bell ringing]
What about that
chick in my dreams?
Turns out, she was an
expert at implanting
mind control devices.
She worked for
Danny, or that's what
everyone thought at the time.
- Get the fuck up.
And you are gonna
tell me everything
I fucking wanna know right now.
- Please.
- I wanna know where Darla is!
- You don't understand.
- [David] I don't care.
- He's going to kill me!
- I need to know
where Darla is now!
[crowd chattering]
[bell ringing]
- Whoo!
[tense music]
- Yeah! Yeah!
- Whoo, whoo, whoo!
[crowd cheering]
[tense music]
- Oh Jackson.
What the fuck did
you get me into?
- Red, are you there?
Red, it's about dinnertime.
- Yeah, one more perimeter
sweep, then I'll take it in.
[tense music]
[gunshots blasting]
- They should stop the fight.
[crowd chattering]
- [Jackson] All I had
to do to save Darla
was allow myself to
get beaten to death.
I'd do anything for Darla,
even laid out my life,
and Danny knew that.
He bet his entire life savings
on these fights tonight.
[crowd cheering]
- He's gettin' up.
I can't believe it!
[crowd cheering]
[crowd chanting]
[gunshots blasting]
[gunshots blasting]
- Man, you guys really
need to learn how to shoot.
[bell ringing]
- You think you're okay?
- You do care about
me, don't you?
- I just think we
make a great team.
- Yeah, I think so too.
- Were you serious
about going to Mexico?
- Deadly serious.
- So, we're really
leaving tonight?
- We are.
I've got the tickets right here.
Midnight tonight.
- Can you do me a favor, then?
- What is it?
- Will you call your
brother and just ask him
to leave my mom alone and
don't do anything to my baby?
Just, just--
- Come on.
- Just for a few days.
- Why? Why?
- Please.
- Why should I?
- Please.
- Bro.
Yeah, it's me.
You know what?
I'm not gonna be calling
you for a few days.
I'm gonna be gone
and when I get back
that's when I'll call you,
so don't call me, okay?
- Ha!
- Oh!
[gunshot blasting]
- Are you okay?
- I am now.
Where's Darla?
- [Sky] There.
- This is the fighter that
Jackson Bolt is waiting for.
The only fighter to beat
Jackson, 10 years ago.
Over to Sheila,
with the interview.
- Thank you, Rick.
Hi, I'm here with Abrafo.
How are you feeling
about today's fight?
- I ain't thinking about it.
- Is there anything
new that we should
be expecting from you today?
I know you're a very
successful kickboxer,
so, we're all anticipating to
see what you do in the ring.
- I'm gonna do the
same shit I did to Bolt
that I did last
time, whoop his ass.
[crowd chattering]
- [Jackson] Abrafo was the one
fighter I could never beat.
[crowd chattering]
I guess this is the end.
- Oh.
- [Darla] David, my God.
Get these things off me.
- [David] I got you, I got you.
I got you.
- [Darla] Where's Jackson?
[phone ringing]
[crowd catcalling]
- Hello?
Jackson, it's for you.
- Jackson.
She's safe, I got her, man.
I got her.
[crowd cheering]
- I don't know what
the heck's happening.
[tense music]
[crowd chattering]
[bell ringing]
- I don't believe this.
He's gonna throw
him outta the ring!
[crowd booing]
- [Jackson] Danny lost
every cent he had that day.
[crowd chattering]
All he had to do was open his
briefcase and press a button.
[crowd cheering]
- [Jackson] Unless, of
course, someone thought
Danny was too much
of a liability.
[crowd catterwalling]
I'm a statement
No feelings at all
- [Darla] Is that pineapple
pizza I can smell?
- [Jackson] Yeah, I was hungry.
- And you're not having this.
- You know you shouldn't
be eating that.
- I'm hungry, come on.
- Why can't I look after you?
David, hi.
The big guy was just
talking about you.
- Yeah, talking about
kicking my ass, right?
- Oh, that's what it was.
See, I thought he
said, "Kiss my ass."
- No, I know I'm right.
I'm sure of it.
- Sky, how are you?
- Marvelous.
Now that I met the most
beautiful man I've ever seen.
- Beautiful.
She calls this beautiful.
- Shall I give
you guys a minute?
- Nah, we just came in
to check on ya, buddy,
see how you're doing.
Want you to rest up.
We'll come back and
see ya tomorrow.
- Love you, partner.
- Love you too, brother.
- Thank you, Jackson.
- Get outta here.
[phone ringing]
- Hello, Darla?
- Hi.
How is your day going?
- Nah, it's all going good.
It's all going good.
- Can he make an appointment?
- No, that's a good idea.
I think it would be nice if
both of you came in together.
I'd love to see
both of you, okay?
- Thanks, Tommy.
- Alright, I look forward to it.
- Tommy.
- Oh.
You know how I feel about him.
- I know, but you
need to see him.
- Go get me a pizza.
- Stop it.
- Oh, God.
- Get some rest, okay?
- Alright, love you.
- Love you, too.
- Get outta here.
[tense music]
[uptempo music]
I try to forget you
I try to escape
This feeling in my heart
Try to erase you
By running away
But your love has
left me scarred
Now I feel so lost inside
My whole world's gone empty
I just wanna feel alive
I climb the highest mountain
Swim the seven seas
Do anything for a
second chance at love
That was meant for me
There's no other
way of saying
No other way to
Get around these feelings
You're the one
You're the one
Every day you
are my everything
I don't want
nobody else but you
[uptempo beat music]
And if loving [mumbling]
all I wanna do
And if you don't come back
My whole life is through
So I don't want
nobody else but you
Nobody else but you
Don't tell me it's over
It's never too late
If hope is all I have
Then I'll keep on wishing
I'll pray every day
For the love that I once had
'Cause I feel so lost inside
My whole world's gone empty
I just wanna feel alive
I'll climb the
highest mountain
Sail the seven seas
Do anything for a
second chance at love
That was meant for me
There's no other
way of saying
No other way to
Get around these feelings
You're the one [mumbling]
You're the one every day
You're my everything
I don't want
nobody else but you
And if loving [mumbling]
And if you don't come
I realize it's through
So I don't want
nobody else but you
Nobody else but you
Nobody else, nobody else
There's nobody
else, nobody else
Nobody else but you
There's nobody else
Nobody else
Nobody else but you
There's nobody
else, nobody else
Nobody else but you
Nobody else, nobody else
Nobody else but you