The Bank Job [Blu-ray] + Digital Copy
This movie is incredibly spellbound and sublime in keeping you hooked and entertained in the prolonged way, and mind you the content can be somehow influential in wanting you to follow suit thinking in reality is just the walk in the park. Just for amusing side of things, I believe that if you watch the clever tactics and implementation taken to make this mission possible you would realize that it is not your usual thinkable concept that many of the syndicates out there can think of. The Bank Job comprises of members who collectively have the collective mind to make the efforts of cashing the loot big time as they have so to say ordained themselves to be in this together come mess or strike. Featuring the star studded cast of actors such as Jason Statham
whom whenever he appears in creates fireworks unstoppably, without forgetting Saffron Burrows, and David May who diligently rose to the occasion to give you unparalleled screen performance. With regards to its glare substantiation, The Bank Job follows some small-time hoods who think they've lucked into a big-time opportunity when they learn a bank's security system will be temporarily suspended--little suspecting that they're being manipulated by government agents for their own ends.
The result is that the movie doubles its pleasures: While the robbery itself has the usual suspense of a heist film, when the robbery is over the hoods find themselves being hunted by the police, the government, and brutal criminal kingpins who were storing dangerous information in a safety deposit box. Methinks that the Director Roger Donaldson had quite quintessentially mastered his concept to be relived beautifully on the storyline that the actors tackled and tapped it head on without any defects and defaults at all. The character that stood out for me is that of Jason Statham who portrayed the character as the leader of the syndicate bank robbers, the successfully steps away from his usual bone-crunching roles to a more human presence. Whereas the other cast including Saffron Burrows (Deep Blue Sea
), Keeley Hawes (Tipping the Velvet), David Suchet (Poirot), and many faces familiar from British film and television--give their characters the right degree of personality and flavor without getting fussy or detracting from the headlong rush of the story. Lastly expect no romance (just a glimpse) in this story as everyone is more money driven to strike it rich.
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Date Added: 11 February 2011 17:21:04