Written by Mr. Mouseburger 21st Aug 2006
Kindly submitted by The Doctor
Webster is a hired goon after $5 million that belongs to him for a job he could not complete because of a stolen car. The job was to deliver an experimental aircraft engine to a Mr. Beetroot McKinley in Houston. The man who stole the car: Vincent Benedict, a small-time hustler and an unexpected side effect of an experiment to create the perfect human being. His twin, Julius, a hulking, innocent, and intelligent man, who came from an uncharted island in the South Pacific to meet his brother that, until his 35th birthday, he had never heard of.
Vincent, after learning of his mother's apparent passing on at an artist's colony she owned, is devastated, and leaves his girlfriend, her sister, and Julius in Santa Fe in order to deliver the engine. Vince's girlfriend, rightly believing that Vince's life is in danger, spills the beans to Julius, who borrows a car and goes after Vincent.
Vincent delivers the engine and hears the deaths of McKinley and his henchman, both caused by a rather pissed-off Webster. After being fired at, Vince makes a run for it, still clutching the $5 million suitcase. He is not quick enough though and Webster prepares to take out Vince from a platform above, when Julius, who has his suitcase with him, hurls it at Webster, throwing his shot off. Vincent either hears or senses Julius' presence (they've had a sort of bond between them ever since they met), and, reluctantly, he goes back to help his twin.
After Vincent gives back the money and has a heart-to-heart with Julius, Webster tells them that no one has ever seen his face, and tries to decide which one to shoot first. Julius says "You forgot the third rule in a crisis situation." (This has been a running joke throughout the movie.) Vincent inquires about it, and Julius turns to him, saying "Yes, a third rule." While saying that, he uses eye movement to show Vince a chain with some sort of wheel attached to it above Webster's head. Webster eagerly wants to know what the third rule is, and the twins reply, in unison, "DUCK!"
At that point, Vincent flips a lever, causing a shed load of chains to fall on Webster. After it's done (about a couple minutes by my estimation), Vincent says to his brother "Now there is a man with a lot on his mind."
Since we never get news about Webster's capture or see him again, I'm marking Webster as dead.