Best Laid Plans

Continuity mistake: The whole premise of the movie is a paradox: The main character's colleague thinks the main character has inherited a fortune, and the colleague wants that money which is why he tries to frame him by making him steal some fake drug money. BUT why would the main character run that risk, agreeing to steal the drug money? If he HAD inherited a fortune, he doesn't need a risky ten thousand bucks now, does he? Surely his friend might work out something was up when his supposedly rich friend agreed to run a risk to earn a comparatively small amount?

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The whole premise of the movie is a paradox: The main character's colleague thinks the main character has inherited a fortune, and the colleague wants that money which is why he tries to frame him by making him steal some fake drug money. BUT why would the main character run that risk, agreeing to steal the drug money? If he HAD inherited a fortune, he doesn't need a risky ten thousand bucks now, does he? Surely his friend might work out something was up when his supposedly rich friend agreed to run a risk to earn a comparatively small amount?

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