Review by Caitlin Zeigler
Three brothers and a close friend decide to do a bank heist. Ren Mason (Keith Sutliff), Gage (Matthew Webb), Jesse Mason (Brandon Pearson) and Orion Mason (Michael Whelan) plan everything out, but are shocked at the events that leaves one of them dead as they were ambushed. They did everything right and only one person knew about their plans, but maybe Gage made his own plans as he is not actually family. With the help of an associate, Jerry (Tim Park), the Mason brothers piece together who ambushed them, why, and what to do about it. New problems arise when they find out who ambushed them, but they soon learn that the attackers were hired and there’s someone else behind it.
This film has a plot that follows through and makes sense and it was shot well, but some of the acting is not as good as it could be. Even if you decide that the acting is not problematic, the film feels a little dragged out. It doesn’t help that it’s almost all talking and no action, which wouldn’t be a problem if the acting was a little bit better. The story is not hard to follow, but you might have a problem with hearing all of the dialogue. There is nothing in the film that will be shocking or something you haven’t seen before.
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