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Action | Crime
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
99 min
IMDB Rating:
6.1 / 10 
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Directors: Mark Williams [Director] ,

Movie Description:
They call him the In-and-Out-Bandit because meticulous thief Tom Carter (Liam Neeson) has stolen $9 million from small-town banks while managing to keep his identity a secret. But after he falls in love with the bubbly Annie (Kate Walsh), Tom decides to make a fresh start by coming clean about his criminal past, only to be double-crossed by two ruthless FBI agents.


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Umm.... It's bad, 5 stars just because of Liam

Nothing close to Taken or any other Liam's action films, 5 stars is just because I like Liam, it should be 3 or 4 at most. First of all, Jai turned into a cop killer from FBI agent in just 5 seconds, yes faster than Hulk, as long as he saw the money, he just suddenely became a very bad person. 2nd, Liam is a very good and well planned thief but he just turned himself in without a second plan, who the hack promised him 2 years sentence, and he did not even recording one conversation with the FBI. 3rd, FBI boss was murdered, and the next day... only 3 agents were holding a meeting to talk about it, where the hell was anyone else? 4th, the girlfriend left town at night but decided to come back and find the memory card, I got that, it's fine to be stubborn, but thats freaken after the whole nite, she had to run away because she was wanted, and when you were wanted you dont go back to your office at working hours!!!!! Thats about 50 mins, and I am not going to keep on, so many nonsense coming on the way, everyone had to be dumbed at some point in order to keep the film running, cos one smart cop could close the case in a minute. Ok, one more, after Jai killed FBI boss, he should be the one looking around and kill Liam, but instead he let Liam saved the girlfriend, planted a bomb in his car and blew his house in pieces while he was making coffee, wat!!!? I gave it a 5 stars cos I am Liam's fan, it made sense more than the film, rite!?

Gotta love Liam Neeson

Yes this is very similar to other Liam Neeson films however you always know what you are getting with them and it is as decent as expected.

This could all have been avoided and Tom could have just lived happily ever after with his new love and all that money (or even just abandoned that money) but then I suppose there wouldn't have been a film then though!

It's a shame for Ramon (played by Anthony Ramos) Good for him to have one of his songs in the credits of a film he starred in also though.

A Solid Liam Neeson viewing.

Good Liam

Liam Neeson does another Taken film but this time the a pair of FBI agents are the bad guys. He blows up safes and has accumulated millions from his heists. He meets a woman right at the start of the movie and he falls in love with her and decides to turn himself in to prove his love for her. Temptation takes over as the lawmen decide to pad their retirement plans with a few million of the stolen loot. As expected, we get the car chases, fights and very little romance here. The script is nothing new but Liam is so good that it can be forgiven.
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