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Movie Review - Den of Thieves

EXPECTATIONS: A rip-off of the Michael Mann film, Heat.

REVIEW: Heist films are a dime-a-dozen these days, but they essentially films that fit the “people on a mission genre”, where you can get an ensemble cast of stars and character actors and put them on an exciting plot where cast chemistry, filmmaking chops and fun storytelling mix together to make a fun time for cinemagoers. 1,003 more words

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Film Review: Den of Thieves

Frances Winston feels that this is a not-very-original heist movie, with stereotypical roles being played by both the hero, Gerard Butler, and the bad guys… 494 more words

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Flash Movie Review: Den of Thieves

IT IS BEST TO TREAD carefully when you have interactions with a person who has a blurred line between their personal and business life. I am not saying such an individual is a “bad” person; but I have found they tend to react and think differently in social settings and relationships. 540 more words

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Den of Thieves (2018)

Plot: Los Angeles is the capital of bank robberies, as well as the home of the most effective, elusive heist crew around. Merrimen (Pablo Schreiber) is the head of this squad and executed some complex, successful robberies, all of which have remained unsolved. 603 more words

'Den of Thieves' Movie Review

This is definitely my type of popcorn movie…shoot-em-up bang-bang, lol. The storyline is quite engaging; some scenes as slow(and it works) yet the movie is not slow. 122 more words

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Movie Review: Bright (2017)

Street cop Daryl Ward (Will Smith) is less than enthusiastic about his latest assignment — being partnered with the new guy on the force, the diversity hire, Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton), the first orc police officer in the nation. 1,773 more words

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