Jacob, a bank manager haunted by a violent heist that took the life of a coworker, teams up with his ex-cop neighbor, James, to bring down the assailant. While the two men work together to figure out the thief’s next move, Gabriel, the highly-trained criminal, is one step ahead. When Gabriel kidnaps Jacob’s wife and daughter, Jacob barrels down a path of bloodshed that initiates an explosive counterattack and brings all three men to the breaking point.
My quick rating - 4,1/10. Even a die hard (sorry, had to say it, but it is true) fan still can't give a rating higher than it deserves. I still think this is a bit generous. The plot line sounds cliche, which it is, but the big problem here is using the term "highly trained criminal" to try to get people to think some creative script work is coming. Let me be the first to say there is no thought put into these crimes at all, and his brilliant escape plans come straight out of playing video games, just start shooting, and you'll survive. That makes it sound fun to watch, but it isn't, at all. I kept thinking how stupid can this guy be the whole time Willis and Grillo are trying to catch him. The acting is adequate for what it is, but there never really is much of a reason to care for the characters at all. They seem to just be there to further the (lack of) action. Unless you are like me and watch everything Willis, then stay away.