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Stupid Movie they all die
An almost great movie. Really enjoyed the style of the newcomer directors in this film. Great performances by Nicolas cage and especially Elijah Wood. Enough humour to keep it moving along although the ending will be devisive for most
Querky and halarious! Those two hit it off!
Not a Mission Impossible. But it should work for a couple hour car trip.
Plain and simply completely stupid!
good comedic performance but nothing very unique.
Awkward pacing and dialogue. Cage is off his game and there was little Wood could do to carry this film.
Cage hasn't been so rewarding in a film project for quite some time. He has been stuck in the market of making films for a debt and sadly his career has taken a turn for the worst. Wood and Cage ignite an otherwise typical heist film and without them, this film would be relegated to VOD territory forever. The film has a wicked sense of humour and remains unpredictable until the the bitter end. The film is not without its flaws but it is a solid entry into the heist market that is quite overcrowded and glorified by Hollywood these days. The Brewers have substance and style which will serve their careers well for future projects. Cage should find more developing filmmakers for his wide variety of talents, he can really set the screen on fire when he gets going. 22/10/2018.
Thinking about Nicolas Cage's works lately I can't say this was a total disaster like many of them, it had a certain sense of humor and some thought behind it. I'm glad he showed that he can still keep his head above the water.
The most idiotic movie i've seen in ages...