10 Minutes Gone Review: Bruce Willis & Michael Chiklis Disappoint in Heist Clunker

  • MovieWeb
10 Minutes Gone Review: Bruce Willis & Michael Chiklis Disappoint in Heist Clunker
A bank heist gone awry leads to the criminals involved turning on each other; while trying to figure out who betrayed them and why. 10 Minutes Gone is being marketed as a suspenseful crime thriller, but woefully lacks in both suspense and thrills. It didn't take ten minutes of screentime to sniff out a rather obvious villain. What follows is a jumble of horrendous dialogue, cardboard acting, and ridiculous gunplay. 10 Minutes Gone wastes the talent of two Hollywood greats. Bruce Willis and Michael Chiklis are just collecting a paycheck here.

10 Minutes Gone opens with a newly formed gang prepping to rob a bank. Frank (Michael Chiklis) is a seasoned safecracker. His younger brother, Joe (Tyler Jon Olson), was recently released from prison. The brothers and their cohorts were enlisted for the job by Rex (Bruce Willis), a criminal mastermind who planned the operation. What should have been an easy score ends in chaos and confusion.
See full article at MovieWeb »

Similar News


Recently Viewed