Heist (2015)

Heist (2015)

Robert De NiroJeffrey Dean MorganDave BautistaKate Bosworth
Scott Mann


Heist (2015) is a English movie. Scott Mann has directed this movie. Robert De Niro,Jeffrey Dean Morgan,Dave Bautista,Kate Bosworth are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Heist (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Crime,Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

When their attempt to rob a casino owned by the feared gangster Pope goes awry and a shootout ensues, Vaughn and Cox are forced to flee on foot and hijack city Bus 657 and take the passengers hostage.

Heist (2015) Reviews

  • I was asking myself why did De Niro accept this role...


    ...till the Movie showed more. I may be biased 'cause De Niro has always been my favourite actor, but I believe he accepted this role because it is indeed a nice variation on the theme. It may seem the "same" gangster stuff with his moves and faces we all know well, but it is also different, deeper, wider. And, it delivers a nice message. So, De Niro is surely not one of those actors who have to accept any role just to survive. He can select what to do, and if at the beginning of the movie I thought "why did you accept to do once again an over-the-top sort of gangster which you did 10000 times and adds nothing more to your repertoire?", now I am sure that he accepted this role because he believed in it, as I do now too. All other actors were also very good, specially Jeffrey Dean Morgan, whom I do not mean to reduce to a "mix of Javier Bardem and Bruce Willis", but he does indeed remember me of both. This is not a masterpiece and it does not shake the art of Cinema, but it is a very nice movie which flows fast and does not leave you empty.

  • Good story and acting


    Great performances performances by DeNiro, Morgan and Bautista. I feel some parts needed a little more 'oomph' as it felt dragged out a bit - a directing issue perhaps, by novice director Scott Mann, but forgivable seeing this was his 2nd full length feature film. The screenplay could've used some tweaking, but the story itself was great - both by novice writer Stephen C. Sepher. I just wish I heard less of the overbearing constant score that needed to be toned down, but otherwise, an enjoyable crime drama - a gangster film with heart, and a well deserved 8/10 from me

  • More holes in the plot than a Swiss cheese


    If you want a serious heist movie with decent acting and script then forget this load of nonsense but if you just want a movie with decent action scenes that provides entertainment then it will fit the bill. De Nero apart the acting is awful with Bautista the worst of a bad bunch trying to play a tough guy but just comes across as the dumbest criminal you could imagine. Police act against orders, patrol officers suddenly take on the role of FBI and any cop who has watched hostage movies would not fall for the old hostage criminal switch to get away. People are suddenly transported across America in minutes and the whole plan by Morgan relies on too many variables going his way for it to be taken seriously. My advice would be forget trying to make sense of the plot as it makes no sense just enjoy the action scenes and tick off as another movie watched.

  • Still wondering why did they turn down the name 'Bus 657', but anyway


    Alright guys, before I start I must warn you that this is my second IMDb review and I don't speak English as my primary language, so this review may look pretty retarded, but that doesn't mean I won't do my best to share my thoughts on this movie with you. Okay, I saw it few days ago and I must admit that I wasn't disappointed. I thought it will be a cliché when I saw the trailers and read the plot, but I was obviously wrong. I liked it, because it was thrilling from the beginning to the end, the actors were amazing and the action was realistic. The plot was fine, although I've noticed few plot holes in it. I didn't like the screenplay much, too, but let me say it was okay. This movie kinda shares the plot with 'Speed' from 1994., but they're actually totally different. So this movie isn't a copycat, anyway, let's talk about the characters. Vaughn (main one) is the character I liked mostly in this movie. His dilemma between doing bad for good of his daughter and giving up from everything was really touching and I really 'got into the character' during watching the movie. The Pope (De Niro's character) is a classic type of characters Robert plays. Crime businessman, who is hardcore, but still kind on his own way. De Niro is an awesome actor and I'm really glad to see him in this movie because he was perfect for this role, and his performance turned out to be very good, too. Other characters (Derrick, Cox, etc.) were getting on my nerves a little bit because they were almost the only type of characters their actors play, but that fact was still pretty ignorable to me. Screenplay was actually pretty poor and that's the biggest thing I didn't like in the movie. The movie could be awesome if screenplay was not so weak, but movies like this usually don't have a strong screenplay, so it didn't bother me much. My final thoughts on this movie are positive, because this movie was a pretty good crime thriller, definitely worth watching and not a waste of time. I give it a 7 out of 10.

  • Decent but nothing extraordinary.


    This is a rather typical action thriller starring a skinny Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Robert De Niro. Kate Bosworth is the 3rd pre-title name but she has a really small part in this. Mixed martial artist Gina Carano is also present but underused here having only a few seconds of martial art. TV's Mark-Paul Gosselaar has also a surprise role and he is giving s good performance. That can't be said about De Niro who - despite the fact that his character has many layers - gives a sub-par and boring performance. Anyway, as I said the plot is rather typical about a ...Heist, (obviously). There are some shooting and car chases and roadblocks, a couple of twists, a little bit of melodrama... It's not bad. It gets better as it progresses and with a Hollywood type conclusion that most people will find satisfying, although somehow unbelievable.


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