A bank manager haunted by a violent heist that took the life of a coworker teams up with his ex-cop neighbor to bring down the assailant, initiating an explosive counterattack that brings all three men to the breaking point.
Brian A. Miller
When a bank is hit by a brutal heist, all evidence points to the owner and his high-powered clients. But as a group of FBI agents dig deeper into the case - and the deadly heists continue - it becomes clear that a larger conspiracy is at play.
Steven C. Miller
Julian Michaels (Bruce Willis) has designed the ultimate resort: VICE, where anything goes and the customers can play out their wildest fantasies with artificial inhabitants who look, think and feel like humans. When an artificial (Ambyr Childers) becomes self-aware and escapes, she finds herself caught in the crossfire between Julian's mercenaries and a cop (Thomas Jane) who is hell-bent on shutting down Vice, and stopping the violence once and for all.Written by
The interior utility ramps used for Vice is the same location The of Blade Trinity was filmed. See more »
When Evan disables the tracking device on the robot, he and the robot then stay in the same building for what appears to be at least several hours. Despite the fact that they have not moved from the last location that the tracking device reported, the villains do not have any idea where they are or how to find them until they get a clue from a totally unrelated source. See more »
There needs to be a framework with somewhat believable events to make pretend Hollywood movies worth watching. That was this movie's main fail, a classic example of lazy.
Perhaps it would help if villains could actually hit what they shoot hundreds of rounds at. These villains should have been on villain unemployment. A good villain wouild get the rabbit in one or two shots. The rabbit would most assuredly have been taken down on the first grenade strike, they all actually hit close enough to be lethal or near lethal, though she got away just fine.
Perhaps it would help if people died like they really would in real life (more on that later). Getting hit multiple times from full auto does not facilitate the villain dancing-jittering on his feet in place as the dozen or so rounds strike him. There is momentum, the round's momentum striking a solid object drives it back (not counting solid bone breaking). But then like magic and only after the last round ques him to fall down dead, he does so with no apparent exist holes with blood and bone-flesh fragments.
We all know Hollywood is the world of fake. But at least it should try to be entertaining and true to life. Fake is the problem in real life, fake dulls some in the public to think shooting people isn't that bad.
I feel Hollywood and entertainment is a very real contributor to the festering component of violence and death in real life on our city's streets. The actors who portray gun violence to millions of our youth then climb onto the anti-2nd bandwagon in real life are an odorous seething pile, a stench. One actor is now in the process of moving his family to Australia because he feels all butt hurt who the POSTUS is. Wow, what a childish mind. Yet blood is on his hands by him killing many people on the silver screen. Blood money is in his pocket, blood money spent on his family.... Yet he fights the 2nd amendment.... That is Hollywood ilk for ya.
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