Den of Thieves
2D

Den of Thieves

English
ActionCrimeDrama
02 Feb, 2018
2 hrs 22 mins
68%
2,155 votes
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A Los Angeles crime saga in the vein of "Heat", Den Of Thieves follows the intersecting and often personally connected lives of an elite unit of the LA County Sheriff's Department and the state's most successful bank robbery crew as the outlaws plan a seemingly impossible heist on the Federal Reserve Bank of downtown Los Angeles.
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Verdict: Movie of the week for hardcore action fans. Haven`t watched a good action film in a while? Your wait ends now! Christian Gudegast`s heist film - Den of Thieves - with Gerard Butler and Pablo Schreiber as the lead protagonist and antagonist, hits theatres this week. The movie also stars rapper Curtis James Jackson III, better known as 5... ...Read full review
As the film unfolds, you see Nick struggling to save his troubled marriage, while simultaneously working on this challenging case of nabbing the bank thieves. He uncovers the ploy of the bad guys, who are smart enough to not leave a trail and sets out to avert their future robberies but does he succeed? ...Read full review
Just when you were about to brace yourself for your bi-annual abusive appointment with Gerard Butler, he went and did the best thing hes done in years. Nothing about Den of Thieves inspired any sort of promise, least of all the involvement of Gerard Butler, who has of late decided to do only the most thickheaded action movies he could find, films like Olympus has Fallen and Gods of Egypt and the bafflingly nutty Geostorm. ...Read full review
Its been 23 years since Michael Manns landmark LA crime opus Heat alchemised pulp into gleaming screen spectacle, raising the possibility an entire generation has gone unaware of the symbiotic cops-and-robbers trope. Writer-director Christian Gudegast here leaps into that demographic gap with a film that falls somewhere between Mann fan art and an extended upgrade of those late-90s knock-offs with titles such as City of Industry and Body Count. ...Read full review
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