Ca$h (Cash) (2008)

Ca$h (Cash) (2008)

Ca$h (Cash)





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It's hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys in this slick, densely plotted thriller from France. Cash (Jean Dujardin) is a suave and well-mannered outlaw who specializes in grand-scale heists that turn on carefully constructed confidence games as much as muscle. When Cash's brother and partner in crime Solal (Clovis Cornillac) is killed by members of a rival outfit who try to force their way into a carefully planned heist, Cash assembles a new crew to rob the gunmen for their ill-gotten … More

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Eric Besnard
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On DVD: Jan 1, 2009
Pulsar Productions - Official Site

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Feels more like a cheap hypermarché knock-off with a fancily designed label than the real deal.

Full Review… | July 2, 2008

Audience Reviews for Ca$h (Cash)

This French movie, directed by Eric Besnard, is something different from the French movies I like to watch. But I couldn't put it in a category of bad movies... it was like a French version of "Ocean's 11", showing off the beautiful French coast and stunning French women in equal proportions.

"Cash" starts off easy, with a slick, handsome conman, Cash, who lays some bad fake money on a few gangsters, then moves on to fleece a rich art investor, as well as seduce his beautiful, shapely daughter, played by the ravishing Alice Taglioni. Once another group of swindlers enters the game, as well as a nosy policewoman, things get complicated -fast.

This film has everything: luxurious seaside resorts, expensive European cars and dresses that somehow make the female body seem even more naked. Jean Reno in this film has a role of Maxime Dubreuil and he showed everyone why is he so popular with his natural acting. I think that it is a good film but for the wrong market. Europeans will definitely enjoy it more; Australian market is a little bit different. For me (I love French movies) this was just an average work of art, nothing special.

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