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Thursday, 25 August 2011

Henry's Crime (2010)

Directed by Malcolm Venville
Starred Keanu Reeves, Judy Greer, James Caan, Vera Farmiga, Peter Stormare...
2010, United States, English.




What about if an ex-convicted decides to rob the same bank, that he didn't rob, after being released from prison?

The movie starts with promising potential for a caper movie, and it goes well despite the dull actings. Then it turns to be  a cliche, especially towards to end. The main reason that the movie is enjoyable until the last quarter is the presence of James Caan. He shines over the movie.

It can be a good choice particularly for female audience who looks for  a romantic heist.

Another one of latest heist movies in DVD.



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If you look for;

a romantic heist
little bit funny
a movie focuses almost completely on a heist

then this is your movie.

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If you liked this movie, I believe you might like also:
(available in the blog)

Bob Le Flambeur (1956)
Quick Change (1990)
My Mom's New Boyfriend (2008) 
The Con Artist (2010) 
Le Dernier Tunnel (2004)

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Degree: Caper Movie
Sub-Category: Bank Robbery
Excellence of Robbery Plan: 2/5
Originality of Robbery Plan: 3/5
Quality of Robbery Action Scenes: 2/5
Actors' Performances: 2/5
Excitement Level: 2/5
Surprise Level: 1/5
Humor Level: 3/5
Originality of the Story in General: 3/5
Rating As A Robbery/Heist Movie: 2/5
Rating the Movie As A Whole: 2/5

Important Reminder: Below trailer might contain important spoilers.

 

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