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Teenage Bank Heist (2012)

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When a teenager is kidnapped during a daring bank robbery, her mother vows to find her.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Maeve Quinlan ... Joyce Aveson
Abbie Cobb ... Cassie Aveson
Cassi Thomson ... Abbie Duncan
Augie Duke ... Marie
Davida Williams ... Grace Miller
James Ferris ... Nick
Rosa Blasi ... Agent Christine Mendoza
Patrick Faucette ... Detective Barker
Neil Colin Neil Colin ... Mr. Duncan
Luis Fernandez-Gil ... Pancho
R.J. Cantu ... Enrique
Orlando Chavez Orlando Chavez ... Miguel
Emil Beheshti ... Mr. Crenshaw
B.J. Clinkscales ... John
Jeremy Denzlinger ... Bernie
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When a teenager is kidnapped during a daring bank robbery, her mother vows to find her.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 November 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Adolescents criminels See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Stereo

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Color

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16 : 9
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Shortly after the teen-aged bank robbers turn off the main road, the getaway van's tires screech on a dirt road. Tires do not screech on dirt roads. See more »

Quotes

Cassie Aveson: Mom, I didn't mean it, I just...
[sighs]
Cassie Aveson: I'm sorry.
Joyce Aveson: [good-natured dismissive wave] You're right. It's just... uh, sometimes I forget.
Cassie Aveson: What?
Joyce Aveson: That you're all grown up.
[they share a laugh]
Joyce Aveson: Look, I know it's corny, but... to me, you're...
[shakes her head]
Joyce Aveson: always gonna be my baby girl.
[...]
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looks like Kelly Taylor
8 October 2017 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

Plot holes? Of course there are plot holes galore. You could drive TWO of those cash-carrying security armored trucks side by side through the unexplained gaps in this little flick's story- line. But I didn't buy it to experience the thrills of some superlatively- filmed teen bank robbery. No, I collect movies starring pretty girls, and I went from a 90210 guest star (Caitlin Thompson) to WALKING THE HALLS, and that DVD had this one's trailer, and I took one look, Just One Look, at this pretty squirrel fox who plays the female lead, and I thought "good golly jeepers that kid looks just like Jennie Garth!" which brought the circle back to BEVERLY HILLS 90210. Now, those were the heady days, I was so mesmerized by that one back then, And This, This Is Like Having Jennie Garth Re- Born! So, I am just sitting here, staring wistfully at this pretty actress, this wonderful beautiful young girl, and am I gonna complain about plot holes? Nope.

Aw. The script takes on too much. Actually, I should say the story-line takes on too much. The creators thought about having pretty girls be the robbers, but they all (except one scapegoat) had to be innocent... and for a basically small project with limitations this causes immense stretching of belief. Cassi and her kidnapped by terrorists Dad. Too much. Way too much. I mean, my brain is turned to much by the beauty on-screen, but shucks, there are so many complications.

Like, this junior bank official can sit there with freaking hot evidence and download a print-out unseen unquestioned? That kind of evidence, the FBI (or whoever) would have taken hold of immediately, as considerable cash is involved. Also, she rushes off, and later on, the police ask, where is she? D- uh, I mean, like, I am mesmerized by the blonde kid, but this TV movie really falters about within a few minutes.

Notice the bloodless fatal gunshots.

And Abbie is screwed big-time, as, like another reviewer has already pointed out, back home lies two (unexplained) dead bodies. So that little arrangement with Agent Mendoza is pointless. Like the movie.

But complain? Man! Me? Gawd, if Abbie Cobb presented the bleeding weather forecast on telly, I'd damn well tune in.


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