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The Vault (2017)

The Vault (2017)

James FrancoScott HazeTaryn ManningFrancesca Eastwood
Dan Bush


The Vault (2017) is a English movie. Dan Bush has directed this movie. James Franco,Scott Haze,Taryn Manning,Francesca Eastwood are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. The Vault (2017) is considered one of the best Crime,Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Two estranged sisters are forced to rob a bank in order to save their brother. But this is no ordinary bank.

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The Vault (2017) Reviews

  • Fun Scary Movie!


    I had this one on my list to watch for a long time, but I let the low user reviews and ratings sway me. Finally last night we watched it. SO good. It is a very different kind of ghost story, but full of surprises and creepiness. There were some seriously creepy scenes and I know I jumped several times. The antagonists were just obnoxious enough that you were happy to see them have some challenges. The ghosts were scary and unexpected. If you are looking for a fun scare, give this a try. Loved it.

  • Give it a Netflix shot.


    This will be a short review. Just like the last 90 minutes. I had a lot of fun with this. This is a straight B-horror movie. That's what it sets out to be and accomplishes it. Good cast, good scenario, and good ideas. It's not going to be a respected 'film' by any means. That's not what it's supposed to be. Think 'Belko Experiment' or 'Man vs'. The cinematography was on par, the acting was solid, and it had a great original idea. If you want a 90 min, B-horror movie. 100% yes. I liked it very much and you will too.

  • The Vault: Blown potential


    When starting The Vault up I had an overwhelming feeling of deja-vu, I felt like I'd seen it before but not because of a lack of originality more that I watched the trailer months ago and it left a lasting impression on me. Telling the story of a bank robbery that gets complicated when the robbers discover that the vault is haunted it's a neat little tale (In theory) with a fascinating highly original concept. I was so excited to see where this would go, what a brilliant idea I thought. Sadly despite having a great concept they really didn't think it through and certainly had no endgame. The potential is squandered to a painful extent, what an absolute heartbreaking shame. Starring James Franco and a host of oddly competent folk including the excellent Francesca Eastwood (Who looks alarmingly like Amanda Seyfried) the film manages to look good but offers little else. The concept is wasted, the antagonists are lackluster and the protagonists are quite frankly non-existent! I wanted to like The Vault, I simply couldn't. It's a demonstration on how to drop the ball. The Good: Cast deliver Very interesting premise The Bad: Concept feels wasted Stock screams No protagonists

  • I liked it


    So apparently today everything has to be big, with lots of special effects, jump scares and an astronomical budget. Right? -Wrong! This is how movies used to be done, sure it is a tad bit more ambiguous, resembles The Void a little, but I still say it succeeded! I had fun watching it, I liked the characters, the plot, the execution, I did not expect something out of the ordinary, thus I feel I received exactly what I wanted. A good little film, a nice add-on to my horror collection, I'll even recommend it for a late night run. The Vault is a nicely crafted piece, there was room for improvement, for something bigger, surely enough, but it did not failed. Overall, a small success indeed! Cheers!

  • Deserves a higher rating


    This is better than the rating, at the time of writing, of 4.7. This has hair-on-end horror not the standard jump-scares, with a touch of gore and suspense to boot. Something about it reminded me of "The Usual Suspects" and "Assault on Precinct 13" and now I have said that you will see it too! Really only commenting as 4.7 seems waay too low. Hardly a deep movie but a good movie. As I have hinted it is derivative but nevertheless entertaining with a charismatic cast and camera-work, lighting and action worthy of classic Hollywood fare. I know people will knock this review simply for me saying this is what Hollywood does best but I think Cannes would like this, even.


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