Shot on video (and a shoestring), the Last Way Out is enjoyable if you can get past the black & white security camera look. A movie about an ex-criminal whose life seems determined to make him return to crime. First financial troubles, then the partners he ditched a few years prior.
Notable for the detailed multiplex robbery plan, and a few other clever scenes.
Not the best "Crime just won't leave me alone" movie I've ever seen, but it's better than many.
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