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January 1, 2011
With a legendary starring cast (Jack Nicholson, Michael Caine) and a mildly interesing supporting cast (Jennifer Lopez, Stephen Dorff) a beautiful setting (sunny Florida) and a classic tale (thieves who need one more score), this movie has plenty of ingredients to cook up something special. While Nicholson & Caine deliver worthy performances, their characters are chaotic and the overall script leads everyone to places that don't make sense leaving the audience confused and with no one for which to cheer. It's surprising and unfortunate to have so many of the right ingredients being combined in a way that somehow ends up being less than the sum of its parts. 7/19/9
½ September 13, 2013
Great cast, lousy ending
½ May 13, 2012
What's worse, the almost 60-year-old Nicholson with 20-something JLo, or Lopez wearing that robe during the dancing scene? Ai dios mio! Part Joker, part Shining, it's easy to see why Nicholson was chosen for the role. Caine makes a great partner in crime. Weird, shameful conclusion, what a waste!
½ July 5, 2011
Well made but tedious movie from a director of two of Nicholson's better films.
January 1, 2011
With a legendary starring cast (Jack Nicholson, Michael Caine) and a mildly interesing supporting cast (Jennifer Lopez, Stephen Dorff) a beautiful setting (sunny Florida) and a classic tale (thieves who need one more score), this movie has plenty of ingredients to cook up something special. While Nicholson & Caine deliver worthy performances, their characters are chaotic and the overall script leads everyone to places that don't make sense leaving the audience confused and with no one for which to cheer. It's surprising and unfortunate to have so many of the right ingredients being combined in a way that somehow ends up being less than the sum of its parts. 7/19/9
August 11, 2009
A fairly good crime movie. Jack Nicholson is exactly as you'd expect him to be. The two aging tough guys are kind of funny in a sad sort of way. Harold Perrineau JR pulls off his role as amazingly as ever, and Jennifer Lopez pulls off the will-do-anything-for-a-million-dollars but pretty well, with a great accent. All in all a decent flick.
½ April 23, 2008
Jennifer Lopez plays a difficult part: I was really impressed by her performance!
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