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The Mason Brothers (2017)

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A group of outlaws attempt to reveal their brothers killer from a neighboring gang after being set up during a bank heist.








Credited cast:
Ren Mason
Brandon Sean Pearson ...
Jesse Mason
Michael Ryan Whelan ...
Orion Mason
Matthew Webb ...
David A. Trevino ...
Tony (as David Trevino)


A skilled group of brothers and bank robbers plan a bank heist for ten million dollars at a local bank in downtown Los Angeles. A normal bank job is done in just under three minutes. While at the bank the brothers encounter the most unexpected set up resulting in the death of one of the brothers. The leader and oldest of the brothers, Ren Mason (Keith Sutliff), hires a bounty hunter, Jerry (Tim Park), to investigate and find out who set them up at the bank resulting in interrogations, shootouts, and betrayal. The path leads the brothers to the source behind the mayhem. The brothers consist of Ren Mason (Keith Sutliff), Jesse Mason (Brandon Pearson), and Orion Mason (Michael Whelan). Gage (Matthew Webb) is the fourth part of the group working with the brothers. Another notable character includes "Fredrick" (Julien Cesario). An organized crime boss in LA who works alongside the brothers and a wealthy shot caller.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for pervasive language and some violence




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14 April 2017 (USA)  »

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Surprsingly good...and essentially a re-imagining of "Reservoir Dogs"
2 August 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The Mason Brothers is a film with so many similarities to Reservoir Dogs that it surprised me. Both are about a botched holdup and the way the gang responds to it, both involve some of the gang getting killed during this holdup, the story is peppered with very tough language (the number of f-bombs is very much in the tradition of Tarantino…and the director, Keith Sutliff, is also a major character in the film. With so much being similar, is it still worth seeing? Well, I certainly wouldn't watch the movie with my mother or Father O'Malley…but if you like Tarantino, you'll probably find a lot to enjoy in this one.

The story begins just after the botched holdup. The Mason brothers are angry…not only because some other gang attacked them just as they were about to make off with $10,000,000 but their youngest brother was killed in the incident. The brothers want answers and they haven't got any. The bulk of the film is the three brothers looking for answers… and torturing the crap out of several of the other gang in order to get some answers.

The thing I was impressed with from the very start was the music. It was tense and very appropriate to the movie. Additionally, although this is a picture mostly starring inexperienced actors, they all gave exceptional performances and made it all seem very real. For a low-budget film, you get a lot of bang for your buck. But, on the negative side, a few of the very violent scenes are hard to watch and you can't help but feel that it's a remake of the Tarantino flick…a very good one, however.

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