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Styx (2001)

After establishing himself as one of the world's best safe-crackers, Nelson decides to retire from his life of crime and walk the straight and narrow. However, when his brother is targeted ... See full summary »

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Nelson
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Art
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Mike (as Angus MacFadyen)
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Sloan
Spencer Sykes ...
Ricky
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Bank Guard
Terry Norton ...
Teller
George Ballot ...
Ferguson
Emily Whitefield ...
Clerk
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Doreen
Anthony Mo Marais ...
Marshall (as Anthony [Mo] Marais)
Pierre Malherbe ...
Eddie
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Player #1 (as André Jacobs)
Ivan D. Lucas ...
Player #2
Adrienne Pierce ...
Janet
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After establishing himself as one of the world's best safe-crackers, Nelson decides to retire from his life of crime and walk the straight and narrow. However, when his brother is targeted after going into debt with an organized crime ring, Nelson finds himself pulled back into the life he left behind for one last big job. Luckily, he has a little help in the form of fellow top-notch crook Art. Written by Anonymous

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They had the perfect plan. Just one thing was missing - Trust.

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language, a strong sex scene/nudity and some drug use | See all certifications »
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16 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Cold Revenge - Ohne Kontrolle  »

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1.33 : 1
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When Nelson and Art leave the warehouse and approach the car after the heist, a camera and crew members on a dolly are reflected in the car's windows. See more »

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B-movie shoots for the top of the marquee and misses
24 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Weller is at the center of "Styx" playing a safe cracker who is coerced from retirement to help his brother (MacFayden) pay off gambling debts. A typical Weller B-movie, "Styx" is full of unrealized potential. The beginning, end, and story backbone are strong but the middle tries too hard for the serious drama when it should have just stuck with the proven B-flick action/sex/nudity titilators. The result is a marginal small screen watch at best. (D)


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