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Michael C. Hall,
In this tension-packed thriller, brothers Mike and Tre set out in search of better lives, trying to leave their demons behind for good. After being released from prison for a crime he didn't commit, Mike's only care in the world is to protect his young daughter from an unforgiving ex. But the justice that awaits him on the streets is far worse than anything Mike had experienced in prison. His older brother Tre begrudgingly agrees to one last "delivery", attempting to free Mike and his new girlfriend from the grips of the criminal underworld. What transpires is a wild misadventure where multiple lives unknowingly intersect, and where decisions are made that will haunt everyone forever. Written by
I don't know what alshwenbear1 was watching. The movie was a great movie with a lot of twists that i didn't see coming and some that came back full circle at the end. Of course the movie isn't "The Town" The "Italian Job" or "Heat" in which I actually fell asleep on(and very few will admit.) Waaayyy too long but I love Robert Dinero and Al Pacino acting. Five Thirteen was a well shot movie with great close-ups, good photography and clichés, I don't know where you was raised but they were right on point. Oh yea on the other side of the coin Malik Barnhardt did a great job and actually had me hiding a tear at the end. I liked it and even shared it with my family, this movie is definitely worth watching.
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