It's 1986 and Eddie (Andrew DeCarlo) has just been released from prison as he awaits a reunion with his criminal gang which consists of his younger mentally slow brother Harold (Rhett Crosby), reckless friend Dallas (Michael Jason Allen), and Eddie's girlfriend/Dallas's sister Lisa (DeAnna Cali).
Upon Eddie's release from prison, he has promised them a move to paradise using the money from the job that had landed him in jail. But when Eddie realizes that Dallas has squandered the money while Eddie was incarcerated, they all four attempt to make that money back fast by pulling a series of "jobs" combining their skills to afford them the chance to retreat to the beach paradise they had originally planned on.
As they try to lay low in an unfamiliar town along the way, they find that the persistent Sheriff Porter (Rob Edwards) on their trail, isn't their only obstacle as mutiny between them looms. Is there enough room and money for all four of them to earn an early retirement to a daily sunrise over the ocean far away?
With its 80's era influenced soundtrack, montages, & authentic relics, it is a trip down memory lane for any Gen X moviegoer.
Official Selection for the 2016 Phoenix Comicon Film Festival and the 2015 Jerome Film Festival.