Hard Cash – Die Killer vom FBI (2002)

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Hard Cash – Die Killer vom FBI: Directed by Predrag Antonijevic. With Christian Slater, Val Kilmer, Sara Downing, Vincent Laresca. Released from prison, an infamous thief and his new crew pull of a brilliant robbery but then become embroiled with a corrupt FBI agent when they discover the money is marked.

“One of the most senseless, poorly executed and forgettable pieces of trash I have seen this century. Even though Val Kilmer and Christian Slater have done their fare share of clinkers, theyu0026#39;ve generally been in more good than bad films, so I have no idea how much money or other leverage was used to make them both sign on to this shoddy bit of an action-crime dramedy.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe camera work is not bad though, with very passable and sometimes quite colorful cinematography (youu0026#39;ve never seen life as New Jersey trailer trash look so pretty). But the plot is completely unbelieveable and ridiculously executed with downright embarassing scripting, dialogue, editing and pacing.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAs for character development, the only person I had any sympathy for was a cameo: Jose, the poor Mexican wetback who had a halfway funny scene selling oranges about mid-way through the film. I never felt sorry for Slateru0026#39;s character and his threatened daughter, the main protangonist and innocent of the film, because the plot was so completely wonky with unbelievable twists. I could of personally improved this picture 200% with about 10 pages of very doable suggestions, scene reorderings, dialogue changes and other cosmetics.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDo what the director and producers should of done with this thing before it was ever released or put to video, and run for the incinerator and burn it!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eVal and Christian, shame on you for lending your names to this thing!!”


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