When experienced bank robber Tom Carter (Liam Neeson) meets Annie (Kate Walsh) and falls in love with her, he resolves to change his ways and start anew. First on his to-do list is to turn himself in for the $7 million loot he has been hiding at the storage facility where he works. He, however, quickly realizes that the FBI isn’t as pristine as he thinks it is and that crooked and corrupt officials litter its ranks. Soon, he finds himself having to fight to clear and protect his name. Directed by Mark Williams.~Jinko Labitag
I really like Liam Neeson movies. This one is so similar to his other recent works, that it becomes predictable. It's still a good movie, good action, and better than many other movies which are nothing more than remakes with better graphics.
So if you like Liam Neeson, watch the movie.
This is a really great movie about a bank robber that robs banks to the tune of $9 million! But when he runs into a woman and falls in love with her he tries to give the money back in order to win a short sentence. But other things that transpire and he finds himself in a great struggle to prove his innocence. Get this one now!
This movie was very good. Hoping to cut a deal, a professional bank robber agrees to return all the money he stole in exchange for a reduced sentence. But when two FBI agents set him up for murder, he must now go on the run to clear his name and bring them to justice.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Good Action film
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
Solid film, good casting, good acting with a few twists. Always usually enjoy Liam Neeson in action films as he’s the modern day cool headed go to guy after Clint Eastwood and Sean Connery. Four stars for acting, plot and enjoyment.
By now you should know what to expect from a Liam Neeson action/thriller. And if that is for you then you will enjoy this film. I'd put it in the middle of his recent action films as far as enjoyment/quality, above films like Cold Pursuit and Taken 3 but below Taken or Non-Stop.
Only gripe is with the physical release in that the blu-ray has ZERO special features/behind the scenes featurettes.