Henry Thomas and David Boreanez play two uniquely different men with one very similar problem in director Ari Ryan's fast-paced crime thriller. Paul Weston (Thomas) and Roger Hargitay (Boreanez) are perfect strangers, but their deep debts are about to place them on very familiar terms. With little time left to raise the money that could save their lives, Paul and Roger each determine that the only way to raise some quick cash is to join a gang and take part in a heist. Though at first the inside job promises to be an easy score, this desperate duo is about to find out that there's always a hitch to the perfect crime. Gary Busey, Vera Farmiga, Peter Weller, and Bruce Dern co-star in a tale of crime that doesn't stop twisting until the final credits. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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The plot is slow moving, dull, boring, facile...you know, in other words, a waste of time. I stopped the DVD about half way through this stinker. It basically has to do with two groups of men who need money to cover their huge debts so unbeknownst to each other they go to hit up the same place for diamonds. The dialogue is banal and the characters (if you can call them that) are so annoying that I had to put them out of my misery...off went the DVD.
I agree with everyone else--this movie was terrible. Terrible acting, boring unoriginal plot. Unlike the other reviewers, I actually made it through the entire movie, but only because I had nothing better to do. I'm not sure how I even ended up renting this one, but it was a waste of a queue spot.
The film follows two separate characters and separate ways in which they end up involved in the robbing the same place. The problem is both stories are badly acted and rather dull and the ending is just a tacked on waste of time as well. This DVD is better suited as a frisbee toy for your dog.