has just been paroled from prison after 28 years. His old partner-in-crime, Doc
, is waiting to pick him up at the gates. But Doc, it turns out, is being pressured by certain parties to kill Val now that he's back in the world again. And time is running out...
- Actor Allusion: This isn't the first time Julianna Marguiles has worked at a hospital.
- Adorkable: Wendy, the owner of the bordello.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Valentine and Doc both. Eventually.
- Badass Driver: Hirsch, which really isn't surprising once his backstory with Val and Doc is revealed.
- Bolivian Army Ending: Val and Doc VS. Claphands and his gang.
- Cool Car: The SRT Challenger belonging to the Jargoniew brothers.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Family: Doc and Val, to a degree, but more specifically Doc and his granddaughter Alex.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Valentine and Doc, after finding Sylvia naked and brutalized in the trunk of the Jargoniew brothers' car (which they just stole), facilitate her justifiable vengeance.
- Groin Attack: Sylvia's method of attack against her kidnappers.
- Loveable Rogue: Valentine and Doc, but more the former.
- Perma Stubble: Valentine.
- Raging Stiffie: Val takes some viagra so he can bone a prostitute. To "make sure," he took a fistful and after some drinks and more drugs, he's wheeled into the ER with a small circus tent on his crotch.
- Retired Outlaw: Both Valentine and Doc, each in their own way.
- Retired Badass: Likewise.
- Shout-Out: The ending is one to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
- What Could Have Been: Producers originally envisioned Walken as Val and Pacino as Doc. They each read for both parts before deciding they preferred the other way.
- White Gang Bangers: The Jargoniew Brothers.