The Bank Job (2007 version)
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  • Three quarters of this movie involves car chasing moments, which in my opinion are not at all fantastic too see
  • I personally recommend not wasting your time watching this movie

    • by janet
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      Who ever said that the movie, “The Bank Job” directed by Estonian director, Brad Jurjens is a good movie, well he/she doesn’t know what they are talking about. This supposed to be dramatic movie has a good story, but the end result is really horrible due to the way it was shot and the

      lausy acting.

      The story of “The Bank Job” is about two criminals who stole a bank and wanted to escape in Brazil. Things didn’t work out because they end up chased by other criminals and the police too.

      This film was advertised as the Estonian version of the American series of “Miami Vice”. Personally I describe ...


      • it as the funny version of “Miami Vice”, since the acting is not credible at all. In fact at certain moments I ended up more laughing then seeing the supposed dramatic moments.

        Three quarters of this movie involves car chasing moments, which in my opinion are not at all fantastic too see. It seems

        that the actors were in competition with fellow American actors in “The Departed” for the never ending series of repeated “fuck” words. At some point in this movie you actually hear this word repeated every three seconds.

        I personally recommend not wasting your time watching this movie. I give my thumbs down for “The Bank Job”.




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