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Prepare to match wits with the most ingenious robbery of the year! Hardened criminal Gully Mercer (Mick Rossi) devises a foolproof plan for a snowy New Year's Eve heist at 2:22 A.M. at The Grange, a high-class hotel filled with a vault of valuable safety deposit boxes. Aided by a brilliant and eccentric jewelry mover (Heat's Val Kilmer) and three fellow thieves from his usual crew, the scheme involves tying up and impersonating the night staff – except the hotel's demanding guests cause plenty of complications, including a frustrated drug dealer who starts making demands of his own. Soon their paths take unexpected turns as seemingly small mistakes lead to treachery, pursuit, and murder. Also featuring Robert Miano (Fast & Furious), Peter Dobson (Lakeshore Drive), and Bruce Kirby (Crash), this stylish, pulse-pounding thriller delivers powerful performances and one riveting twist on top of another.
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this was the worst move ive ever watched. i actually rented it from blockbuster, it was the only copy at that location. i burned it after watching it to spare anyone else the complete waste of time and money. i hated it soo much that several weeks have gone by and i still feel the need to write this review warning anyone i can about this horrible film
Well done movie!
It was a surprisingly good movie considering what the reviews on iTunes said.
We enjoyed it.
you can't even count the holes in the plot
about 1/3 way through, my jaw dropped at how bad this movie was unfolding. now that its over, i can only mourn over my lost life minutes. ok, the story is about stealing from the safety deposit boxes at a hotel. this "well planned" heist with a 2nd generation mastermind at least has a "man at the front desk" but then *gasp* - the front desk phone rings - and the whole team of robbers stand there looking at the phone like its a cobra snake that has hypnotized them. "what should we do?" well, i can tell you're on the edge of your seat, but i won't give it away. and it only gets worse from that high point of suspense.
yeah, so miss this. send me an email of how else you spent your 1:44 of life and perhaps i can at least live these wasted minutes vicariously through you.