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The Heist on Rhapsody Street


A thief retires with his riches after carrying out a perfect heist, only to discover he has to dodge a time-traveling investigator from the future who's intent on cracking the case.


Action, Comedy, Crime, Sci-Fi (Rated PG-13)
102-page feature screenplay (also formatted as 30- and 60-minute pilots)
4-page synopsis
$10+ million budget
© 2011-2022


A Fun Fantasy Caper Buddy Action etc. at a modest-budget

Just when you thought you had the present all worked out, the future comes along to screw it up!

Imagine a master thief's final big heist, accomplices who won't let him quit, and a time-travelling cop trying to solve the crime from two decades later. In what becomes a crazy cop-and-crook buddy story, the thief, wanting to become a reformed family man with a baby on the way, balances trying to outwit the cop against returning the loot. Meanwhile, the near-retirement, time-jumping investigator's chances to gather facts are quickly becoming limited by Statutes, even as he finds it hard to stay detached from the fates of those he meets in the past.

If you'd like to view this fun, surprisingly low-tech story, that fans of Lethal Weapon ought to enjoy, and that has two key male roles at 30ish and 55ish, I look forward to sending it to your attention.

Major Characters/Casting Possibilities:

Det. Charles Whalen, 55 and 60 years (two timelines):  Paul Giamatti
Sam Byers, 30 and 55:  Either of the Ryans (Reynolds or Gosling)
Rachel Morrison, 25 and 50


Accolades:

July Winner (Druk International Film Festival)
Quarter-Finalist (Filmmatic Comedy Contest)


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