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Matt is the first to recover cognizance after his vehicle has been constrained into the beverage by outfitted followers. Still conked out beside him is Jessie, little girl of neighborhood corporate mogul Hank Searles, for whom he fills in as driver and bodyguard. Apparently Jessie’s rich-young lady status and Daddy’s disagreeability in demanding boundless nearby cutbacks prompted the equipped hijacking endeavor they were escaping when the limo’s tires were shot out.