SetupOctober 27, 2011
A group of friends become involved in a potentially deadly diamond heist.
Release Year: 2011
Rating: 4.4/10 (8,931 voted)
Stars: 50 Cent, Bruce Willis, Ryan Phillippe
A group of friends plan out a detailed heist that turns deadly when one betrays the other by taking off with the goods. Taking matters into his own hands, Sonny seeks out his revenge teaming up with the most dangerous mob boss in town to get back what is rightfully his. When he finally comes face to face with his longtime friend he will be forced to make a life changing choice.
Writers: Mike Behrman, Mike Gunther
(as Jenna Dewan)
Will Yun Lee
Omar J. Dorsey
(as Omar Dorsey)
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Release Date: 27 October 2011
Filming Locations: Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
Box Office Details
The whole movie looks to take place the middle of winter, not spring or fall. Yet when mob boss Biggs is talking to Tony (not credited) while they are drowning the Russian, they talked about the game and balls and strikes. While it can get cold at the beginning of baseball season and the end, the movie was obviously set in dead winter, when no baseball is being played.
Poor script, poor acting, Willis appears for less than 10 min
The movie was a waste of time and i am really disappointed. I could
describe this movie as a "wanna be movie"…the director wants to be
Guy Ritchie but he is not…50 cent wants to be an actor but he is not,
Ryan Phillipe wants to be a bad guy but he is not, because of his baby
face…when you see Bruce Willis on the cover you expect him to be
actually present in the movie but he is not…everything in this
project is poor…i really gave it a chance and watched all 90 min but
it was a waste of time. The act was too slow, it tried to build up
characters but it failed…many things were simply not there as script
and acting. I had hard time understanding the words of 50 cent, Ryan
Phillipe was OK but this character was simply not for him…he matches
other roles much better…Bruce Willis was OK too but he had a very
small and insignificant role.