Release dateMarch 19, 2005 (2005-03-19) WriterShelley Evans (teleplay), Marvin J. Wolf (short story "Unlucky Pierre" from the book "Rotten Apples"), Katherine Mader (short story "Unlucky Pierre" from the book "Rotten Apples") CastJames Marsters (Bobby Comfort), John Cassini (Sammy Nalo), Larry Manetti (Det. Ed O'Connor), Wayne Robson (Doc) Similar moviesShooting Straight, Madsos War (2010), Donato and Daughter (1993), Naked City: Justice with a Bullet (1998), Somebodys Daughter (1992)
An old friend (John Cassini) lures a longtime thief (James Marsters) back into a life of crime to rob a string of posh New York hotels.
Cool Money is a 2005 American television film starring James Marsters.
Charismatic thief Bobby Comfort escapes from prison, clears himself of all charges, and returns to a home life he finds unsatisfying. Though he is devoted to his wife and daughter, his old life comes calling, both figuratively and literally, in the form of idea man Sammy Nalo. With the help of Comfort's old partner, they begin robbing posh New York City hotels, while second cousin and bumbling cop Phil Parris thinks he can turn Comfort to the straight and narrow.
Bobby Comfort (Marsters) was a convicted thief, before he escaped from prison and cleared himself of all charges. He returns home to his wife and daughter, but finds himself unsatisfied with the domestic lifestyle. Sammy Nalo (John Cassini), Comforts new partner in crime, appears and they begin robbing trendy New York City hotels. Meanwhile, Phil Parris (Jason Schombing), Comforts second cousin, attempts to change Comfort for the better.