DVD – The Town
Guess who calls the shot at the helm of directing this block buster film? It’s yours truly Ben Afleck, the effervescent Hollywood star who has been the leading actor on many of the bestselling and award winning films. However right here he does the unusual stuff that is spearheading the film directorship which happens to be his second experience of directing since his debuting the film of Gone Baby gone. In this very latest project he directed, co-written and acted in it and the film is known as The Town which is a thriller film that basically about robbers and cops, friendship and betrayal, love and hope and escaping a past that has no future. He plays Doug MacRay, leader of a Boston bank robber gang but not cut from the same cloth as his fellow thieves. When Doug falls into a passionate romance with the bank manager (Rebecca Hall) briefly taken hostage in their last heist, he wants out of this life and out of the town, and as the Feds close in and the crew questions his loyalty, he has one of two choices: betray his friends or lose the woman he loves. The gang carries out jobs for heist mastermind Fegie. One of these involves an otherwise successful bank robbery but circumstances lead them to kidnap bank manager Claire Keesey (Rebecca Hall).The guys release Keesey unharmed but one thing is a problem – she lives in Charlestown. So, they decide to monitor her steps and Doug gets closer to her to find out how far her co-operation with the FBI goes.
However, the worst happens and Doug
and Keesey get too close. all in all the film is quite An enthralling
action-love story that will keep you glued to your seat and definitely
worth watching in company of your friends as you would love to drop some
knowledge and tricks of how they do things.
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