This Thing of Ours

2002, Crime/Drama, 2h 13m

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Gangsters use sophisticated technology to steal millions from banks.

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  • Sep 12, 2014
    Danny Provenzano brings crime dramas down low with This Thing of Ours. While the concept is fitting for a mob story, in which this film is told, the execution is poor. For 95 minutes of screen time, the plot details lack depth and the characters constantly deliver lines of dialogue, meant to be witty, but come across as cheesy. Ultimately, this picture is as bland as its production value. The constant cursing is for a mature audience, as is the violence, which is backed by cheap sound and blood effects. Ultimately, there is more than enough profanity, but not enough bloodshed. There are some familiar faces in the crowd, although the question is why. Frank Vincent is okay. James Caan is an absolute waste. Louis Vanaria, Christian Maelen, and Danny Provenzano take the leads in unsatisfactory fashion. This Thing of Ours has very little to showcase and is therefore a film to be clipped.
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