Easy Money: Hard to Kill Reviews

  • Oct 15, 2016

    Seriously, a movie with Larry O'Donnell in it can only mean it's one of the top 10 most shatty incompetent films ever made.

    Seriously, a movie with Larry O'Donnell in it can only mean it's one of the top 10 most shatty incompetent films ever made.

  • Jul 06, 2015

    Sure as good as part 1 , certanly when seeing that 10 days ago ...the lead caracters stayd so that was good for part 2...soon part 3 ! Good busy

    Sure as good as part 1 , certanly when seeing that 10 days ago ...the lead caracters stayd so that was good for part 2...soon part 3 ! Good busy

  • Jan 11, 2015

    This was a superb sequel. The first film was a slow build and took a while to get going but this certainly makes up for it. Fast paced and tense from the start. Joel Kinnaman's character is no longer the cocky business student who thinks he knows it all, he's experienced the dark side of the world he found himself in the first movie and has adapted. There is one pot of money up for grabs and the central character's lives will cross many times through violence and betrayal in the most tense crime film of last year. Looking forward to the final chapter in what is turning out to be a quality crime trilogy.

    This was a superb sequel. The first film was a slow build and took a while to get going but this certainly makes up for it. Fast paced and tense from the start. Joel Kinnaman's character is no longer the cocky business student who thinks he knows it all, he's experienced the dark side of the world he found himself in the first movie and has adapted. There is one pot of money up for grabs and the central character's lives will cross many times through violence and betrayal in the most tense crime film of last year. Looking forward to the final chapter in what is turning out to be a quality crime trilogy.

  • Aug 18, 2014

    Best out of the three..... Not sure why people hate it.... it s magnificient...

    Best out of the three..... Not sure why people hate it.... it s magnificient...

  • . . Super Reviewer
    Jul 24, 2014

    This is the second in a series of three and the least interesting of them. As the films go on, you start simply waiting for everyone to be killed. Jorge was better as a grungy type with long hair and street clothes: he lacks style in rich trappings. The big heist by a beefy, wordless gang is implausibly professional. The gothic theme seems like a strangely misplaced cameo borrowed from Scarface, or possibly the Addams family, and ending up somehow as a spaghetti western. But the moment you see the lovers smiling at each other from their ambulance stretchers, you know that it has lost the drift and the ending of film three is a shaky fantasy. Check the fringe: it's too much. The film is mostly bloody violence as entertainment, full of anti-heroes, yet, even then, the subtitles tone down some of the language, and it ends up wanting to be mainstream. Once again, it will fill in the time, but maybe Scandi crime is getting guilty of just cashing in now.

    This is the second in a series of three and the least interesting of them. As the films go on, you start simply waiting for everyone to be killed. Jorge was better as a grungy type with long hair and street clothes: he lacks style in rich trappings. The big heist by a beefy, wordless gang is implausibly professional. The gothic theme seems like a strangely misplaced cameo borrowed from Scarface, or possibly the Addams family, and ending up somehow as a spaghetti western. But the moment you see the lovers smiling at each other from their ambulance stretchers, you know that it has lost the drift and the ending of film three is a shaky fantasy. Check the fringe: it's too much. The film is mostly bloody violence as entertainment, full of anti-heroes, yet, even then, the subtitles tone down some of the language, and it ends up wanting to be mainstream. Once again, it will fill in the time, but maybe Scandi crime is getting guilty of just cashing in now.

  • Jun 28, 2014

    The first movie barely held itself together but was very entertaining. This sequel lacks content and purpose, leaving just a depressing tragedy of heists gone wrong.

    The first movie barely held itself together but was very entertaining. This sequel lacks content and purpose, leaving just a depressing tragedy of heists gone wrong.

  • Jun 20, 2014

    Gripping, intelligent and well-acted crime thriller. Socioeconomic disparity has always been an undercurrent of the "Snabba Cash" films. The tragedy is watching these men with families and aspirations being driven into a life of crime by unjust class systems and corruption.

    Gripping, intelligent and well-acted crime thriller. Socioeconomic disparity has always been an undercurrent of the "Snabba Cash" films. The tragedy is watching these men with families and aspirations being driven into a life of crime by unjust class systems and corruption.

  • Apr 06, 2014

    Great sequel, it had all the elements of the first that made it awesome. I can't wait for the third installment.

    Great sequel, it had all the elements of the first that made it awesome. I can't wait for the third installment.

  • Apr 06, 2014

    Not as good as original , no great story . 4/10

    Not as good as original , no great story . 4/10

  • Al S Super Reviewer
    Mar 25, 2014

    A taunt, stylish, tense and riveting crime-thriller. A mesmerizing and electrifying new chapter to this thrilling series. I loved how the films four leads had entirely different story-lines and showing how they were unfolding and seeing how they are trying but not succeeding in bettering their situations. A terrific sequel that has a groove that's all its own with its four leads going in different directions that eventually spins out of control. A razor-sharp and wickedly entertaining edge of your seat crime movie. It's vivid, inventive, utterly cool and very effective. A tough, crackling and well-executed thrill-ride that stands next to the original just fine, its not a superior sequel but works well and adds the right amount of flavor. Director, Babak Najafi brings the characters new challenges and makes you feel more for them and dazzles us with exciting action, tense moments and raw energy. The cast is truly fantastic. Joel Kinnaman is electrifying he is truly on his way stardom, he has the looks, charisma and energy to be one of the greats. Mattias Padin is excellent. Dragomir Mrado is outstanding. Fares Fares is terrific.

    A taunt, stylish, tense and riveting crime-thriller. A mesmerizing and electrifying new chapter to this thrilling series. I loved how the films four leads had entirely different story-lines and showing how they were unfolding and seeing how they are trying but not succeeding in bettering their situations. A terrific sequel that has a groove that's all its own with its four leads going in different directions that eventually spins out of control. A razor-sharp and wickedly entertaining edge of your seat crime movie. It's vivid, inventive, utterly cool and very effective. A tough, crackling and well-executed thrill-ride that stands next to the original just fine, its not a superior sequel but works well and adds the right amount of flavor. Director, Babak Najafi brings the characters new challenges and makes you feel more for them and dazzles us with exciting action, tense moments and raw energy. The cast is truly fantastic. Joel Kinnaman is electrifying he is truly on his way stardom, he has the looks, charisma and energy to be one of the greats. Mattias Padin is excellent. Dragomir Mrado is outstanding. Fares Fares is terrific.