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(1459) 5.4 99 min 2019

Vault is a movie starring Theo Rossi, Clive Standen, and Samira Wiley. Vault tells a story about a group of small time criminals in 1975 who attempt to pull off the biggest heist in American history: stealing over $30 million from...

Clive Standen, Chazz Palminteri, Theo Rossi, Samira Wiley
Thriller, Crime, Drama, History, Action
Tom DeNucci

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Crime, Drama, History, Action
Director Tom DeNucci
Writer Tom DeNucci, B. Dolan
Stars Clive Standen, Chazz Palminteri, Theo Rossi, Samira Wiley
Country USA
Also Known As Η Ληστεία της Μαφίας, Golpada Final
Runtime 1H 39M
Description Vault tells a story about a group of small time criminals in 1975 who attempt to pull off the biggest heist in American history: stealing over $30 million from the Mafia in the smallest state in the union, Rhode Island.

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Friday, 08 Jan 2021 11:12

Okay, first of all, what did you think about this movie? For me it's a 7. Yeah, it's not amazing but its the only movie i can consider a good one. Well, what I thought about this movie was, that it's an entertaining movie. I just don't have the feeling that there is a huge amount of attention to detail. The action is good and it's good to see that in this movie it's all the real action. I thought that the whole plot is pretty good, it's not totally predictable, like some movies. I thought that it's pretty interesting that in the middle of the movie you're like "ok, this is a boring movie, let's move on to something else", but then it all turns around and you're like "hey, this is a great movie, let's watch it again". It was kind of a disappointment that it's not more action, but it's kind of the same type of action as in the first Matrix movies, in other words the action scenes are really well done and just don't use that much of the camera. The characters are all great, especially Liam Neeson's character. The action is pretty intense and the story is good, i didn't find anything that was really wrong about it. I have to say, that the movie is kind of an action-flick, and it's really enjoyable to watch. I really don't think that it's a bad movie, I think it's a good movie, but i don't think that it's better than Matrix 3, Matrix 3 is a little bit better, but it's still not as good as Matrix 3. This movie is worth watching, I give it a 7. And yeah, there are some scenes where it's really impressive and it makes you just really think, but they don't last forever, they're not really something that you can remember. But that's not really the point of this movie, to remind you that it's a great movie, because there are some scenes that you can't forget. And that's why i can't say that it's a great movie, because it's just a great action-flick, it's really enjoyable to watch. It's pretty entertaining, so i think it's not a bad movie, i just don't have any thing to say that it's really a good movie. So all in all, it's an enjoyable movie, and it's a really good action-flick. 7/10
Friday, 24 Jul 2020 19:40

For the second film in the rebooted Wolverine series, Logan (as played by Hugh Jackman) is a zombified former military operative turned mercenary, and the biggest beef in this film is his reaction to his mutant power. While his powers are apparently causing him physical problems, it is his mental condition that has caused the most problems. We know that Logan was trained as an assassin in an attempt to gain his own power, and has developed an obsession with his powers, and as a result has fallen into a deep depression. His teammates have left him to search for new prey, and his enemies are now targeting him. As a result, Logan is the least popular character in the film, and it is he who is the target of the villain's vendetta. The villains of this film are the X-Men, or "The Brotherhood" as they are also known. They are all known as formidable opponents to Logan, and all are driven by a desire to end Logan's powers, or at least for Logan to lose his powers. This film is very dark, and I would say that I enjoyed it more than the first film. The film has a very dark feel to it, and I think that that is a good thing. It allows the characters to be complex, and to be seen through different eyes. The ending of this film is very good, but I would say that it is the first one that I would say is "happy" to see it end. I have seen this film three times, and each time I do not see the same characters, or the same story. This is a really good thing for a film, and it has helped me understand characters more, and have a much better experience seeing them. I do not think that this film is a perfect film, but I did enjoy it a lot. It is good, but it is not a great film.
Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 10:37

Let's talk about the "thrill" here. This is a movie that tries to be in the vein of "Die Hard" or "Lethal Weapon". The big twist here is that it doesn't actually end in a "good" way. So yeah, it's not that the main characters are killed off, they're just left in the dead end of the world for another day. And this is where the audience doesn't exactly know how things are going to turn out. Also, the movie is so fast paced that sometimes it really seems like they're running around from one big point to another. And I know that is really not the case, but it kind of gives the impression of it. And sometimes it feels like the film jumps around too much. All of this combined with a slow, but interesting, story about a band of mercenaries, which I haven't seen before, but I'm sure they're not made for it. I have to say that the acting was pretty good, with the main actors, although the supporting cast was a little thin. But that is probably my biggest problem with the movie. Because, when it's not all about the main characters and their struggle, it kind of drags a little bit. It seems like the movie is just trying to get to the point and hit you over the head with it. But I'm not going to spoil it here. All I can say is that it is a good movie, I like the film, but I'm not sure if it is really a "good" movie. If you liked this movie, you will probably also like this film. But if you didn't like it, you may not like this movie either. The ending could be good, but I think that was a little too easy. 7/10
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 14:58

It's a bold choice to take the source material and make a movie based on it. But the result is a fairly good one. Based on the novel "The Vault by Mary Graham" by Don Chisum, the movie is based on the character of Julia (Caroline Lynley) and her relationship with Jack (James Caan). It is a way of life that she will never have again, as her son Jason (Michael Gambon) and her daughter Zara (Vanessa Williams) leave to go to college. All is well and good until the police arrive on the scene. Julia's relationship with Jack is tested when a cop named Sergeant Louis (John Rhys-Davies) is looking to get her to name a name. She also has a brother named Simon (James Cosmo), who is dating her daughter Zara, and wants to be with her. Julia gets a call from her son Jason. He is kidnapped by the police and her son is taken. She gives Julia an old bottle of vodka to make her feel better. It is a bottle of Jack's that she later remembers was named in honor of her. The bottle has some kind of special function. When Julia tries to drink the vodka, it causes her to have some of the memories of the old bottle. In this version of "The Vault", Jack and Julia are the only people in the story who survive. When Jack's name is revealed, Jack and Julia don't know what to do. They find a way to keep the bottle. They try to get the bottle to be placed into the bottle vault. When they break the seal and the vault is open, the contents are gone. They try to put the bottle back in the bottle vault. They try to make sure the bottle is not in the vault when they have time to retrieve it. They try to get a copy of the bottle, but the bottle is gone. In a way, it is just a retelling of a story from the past. The story is the same as it was in the novel, except Julia is now a teacher. I can see why the book was adapted. It's a great story that makes you think about how life might be if you have kids and your only goal is to have them go to college. The movie is very interesting to watch, but it has its fair share of flaws. The acting is good, but it is still difficult to see why everyone would go to the trouble to make a movie about this book.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 08:47

On July 11, 1873, at a secret military base in California's Mojave Desert, a group of men begin the arduous journey to assassinate the infamous Confederate General Robert E. Lee. From the first moments of this gritty, thrilling, and historically-important film, one is drawn into the world of the assassination. The men are fiercely committed to the mission and they carry out the task with honor and honor's unforgiving reputation. The other members of the mission, however, fear that Lee is on the way, so they form a plan to confront him in person. When the final battle comes, the men realize that they are not just being used to kill a man, but to stop a potential war between the United States and the Confederacy. The whole movie is intense and the story is compelling. However, I think that the plot is a bit of a mess. If the movie had simply focused on the men and the mission, it could have been very effective. But the film spends too much time trying to explain things, and too little time showing the men in action. I found it difficult to stay with the plot, which became too complicated in its first half. This is not to say that the film is bad, however. The cast is very impressive, with the exception of the two leads. They are very good, but not great. As good as Charlize Theron and Colin Farrell are, they are not really the best choice for the leading roles. Colin Farrell is much better. He's much more charismatic and he fits the role of the deranged, easily angered, and highly unpredictable Lee. Charlize Theron and Jason Statham are also very good in their roles. I think that it's not that they are bad, but that they are not quite as good as the other two leads. They aren't great actors, but they are a good match for the role of Lee. Overall, I'd give it a 7 out of 10. It's a good film, but the story is a bit difficult to follow.

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