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Summary: A notorious gang of robbers known as "The Cowboys" rob a bank that is already been robbed by someone else.
Review: Boy, what a mess! Confusing and erratic back flashes, the same scene in the bank shown over and over from different angles and perspectives and a whole lot of unnecessary or unfinished plot strings. Starring John Simm and Philip Glenister, the great Duo from "Life on Mars" this could have been such a great, funny and entertaining movie. I think this movie is meant to be funny as well, but you don't get much of that. Interesting, how 74 minutes can take that long to pass. Boring.
Highlight: The Security Guard
Notable Actors: John Simm (Doctor Who), Philip Glenister (Life on Mars)
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