When a bank is hit by a brutal heist, all evidence points to the owner and his high-powered clients. But as a group of FBI agents dig deeper into the case - and the deadly heists continue - it becomes clear that a larger conspiracy is at play.
As several branches of Cincinnati's Hubert National Bank are hit by a string of brutal and well-orchestrated bank robberies, FBI's special agent, Jonathan Montgomery, along with his partner, Stockwell, and the inexperienced operative, Wells, try to shed light on a seemingly straightforward case of armed robberies. However, little by little--as the sparse evidence point to the organisation's powerful CEO, Jeffrey Hubert--it becomes obvious that a mysterious and well-connected player will do anything in his power to keep his guilty secrets safe. Does the secretive banker know more than he is letting on?Written by
Adrien Grenier and Johnathon Schaech starred in Arsenal (2017), another Lionsgate movie. See more »
When Agent Montgomery is sitting at the table telling the bank manager's wife that her husband was dead, the camera immediately pans to her face and her eyes were already red and teary as if she had been crying before. See more »
My idea of a top thriller is 'The Next three Days, 2010', just to be clear. Or 'Deja vu, 2006'. Something with a catching plot and (possibly) a girl to get.
The present title isn't as good as those. If they were a 10 this is a 7, however: no less. The plot may be convoluted (I read other reviews' titles) and in this case it would take a convoluted mind to appreciate it (which is something that I might have).
In any case Special Agent Montgomery (Christopher Meloni's character) is great and his partner (Dave Bautista) has his great moment when he asks him 'You're not gonna kiss me, are you?'.
I found it standing out from many other thrillers I watched this year and I think that many people could like it.
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