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Desperate to repay his debt to his ex-wife, an ex-con plots a heist at his new employer's country home, unaware that a second criminal has also targeted the property, and rigged it with a series of deadly traps.
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Fresh out of prison, Thomas Taylor (Christian Slater) assembles a team of outlaws to pull off his most brilliant heist yet. Alas, the stolen money is marked, enabling FBI agent Mark Cornell (Val Kilmer) to swiftly track down Taylor & Co. But the corrupt agent is not interested in making an arrest: Using his knowledge of Taylor's guilt as leverage, the wily agent coerces the crooks into engineering an even bigger robbery, this time targeting a high-profile riverboat casino. Written by
To pretty known actors, Val Kilmer and Christian Slater. I thought, well this can go both ways. Well it went south and pretty fast. This movie sucks bigtime. What are these people thinking about making a movie like this. Do they actually hug eachother in the end and say. Wow guys, we have made an excellent movie. ??? The low point of the movie is of course all the driving scenes. It looks more real in Austin Powers and there the backgound is in black and white. And the way they manage to escape in the end, i didn't know whether to laugh or stick my eyes out with a rusty object. Nothing more to say i guess. This movie sucks but it doesn't suck enough to get a 1 so i will give it a 2.
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