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Nicolas Cage disliked the movie describing it as disappointing See more »
In the initial shootout between the robbers and the police, there were up to six cops all shooting towards the bank using automatic M15 rifles. It went on for several minutes.
During this time, the robbers were standing in the window and only partially covered by some flimsy vertical blinds. Despite this, the robbers hit a few of the cops during the shootout, yet, the police never managed to hit any of the robbers. See more »
This movie is a 1 raised to a 5 by Nicolas Cage. The writing and directing are a joke. The story is basic and okay, it is the actual lines that are written that are embarrassing, I would swear a 14 year old with zero life experience wrote it. Unfortunately, Shackleton had just enough family money and influence to make this. It is saved a little by the fact that Cage can do a lot without any directing. The other participants, can't call them actors, really needed some direction and just didn't get it. So I beg you, York (yes, that is his name, you know, like the peppermint pattie) I beg you take all that family money and "hard earned snowboarding money" and donate it to a charity, you are just not talented enough to use it properly.
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