This movie is solid for what it is, using scenes based on the mountain of movies of this genre, but keeping it′s identity, altough it has a pretty simple plot and recicled moments all over itself. The 2 robbers that this film presents to the audience aren′t anything new or refreshing, one compassionate and other irrationally violent and dumb, wonder where they picked that idea, (Pulp Fiction) maybe, my opinion. There are also some flaws in the way that the image is shown, because in some moments it′s clearly visible the green screen behind the actors. Even though the film is a little bit repetitive, the soundtrack is appropriated for what is worth and the moments of compassion between the characters are almost believable for the spectator that is really, really into the movie. The movie is short, doesn′t even have 130 minutes of itself, and for it′s runtime the plot develops poorly and slowly, promoting a near slasher in the end, wich is quite bad. They really didn′t need that scene. I′m terribly sad that Bruce Willis isn′t getting is opportunities to shine, this wasn′t obviously even close of Bruce′s potential.