Two estranged sisters are forced to rob a bank in order to save their brother. But this is no ordinary bank.


Dan Bush


Dan Bush, Conal Byrne
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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Franco ... Ed Maas
Scott Haze ... Michael Dillon
Taryn Manning ... Vee Dillon
Francesca Eastwood ... Leah Dillon
Q'orianka Kilcher ... Susan Cromwell
Jeff Gum ... Officer James Aiken
Clifton Collins Jr. ... Detective Tom Iger
Keith Loneker ... Cyrus
Jill Jane Clements ... Mary
Michael Milford ... Kramer
Debbie Sherman ... Lauren
Conal Byrne ... Kirkham
Lee Broda ... Nancy
Aleksander Vayshelboym ... Ben (as Alex Vayshelboym)
Anthony DiRocco ... Fishman


Two estranged sisters are forced to rob a bank in order to save their brother. But this is no ordinary bank.

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The heist was just the beginning. See more »


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Keith Loneker's last movie before he lost his battle with cancer on June 22nd, 2017. See more »


When one of the men crack the safe after drilling, there is a scene where it pans back to the CCTV footage, where you can clearly see the safe door without the drill bit attached to the outside. When the camera back to the safe door IRL, the drill bit can still be seen attached. See more »


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The Vault: Blown potential
22 January 2019 | by PlatypuschowSee all my reviews

When starting The Vault up I had an overwhelming feeling of deja-vu, I felt like I'd seen it before but not because of a lack of originality more that I watched the trailer months ago and it left a lasting impression on me.

Telling the story of a bank robbery that gets complicated when the robbers discover that the vault is haunted it's a neat little tale (In theory) with a fascinating highly original concept. I was so excited to see where this would go, what a brilliant idea I thought.

Sadly despite having a great concept they really didn't think it through and certainly had no endgame. The potential is squandered to a painful extent, what an absolute heartbreaking shame.

Starring James Franco and a host of oddly competent folk including the excellent Francesca Eastwood (Who looks alarmingly like Amanda Seyfried) the film manages to look good but offers little else.

The concept is wasted, the antagonists are lackluster and the protagonists are quite frankly non-existent!

I wanted to like The Vault, I simply couldn't. It's a demonstration on how to drop the ball.

The Good:

Cast deliver

Very interesting premise

The Bad:

Concept feels wasted

Stock screams

No protagonists

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Release Date:

1 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Box Office


$5,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,308, 3 September 2017

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


Color (ACES)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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