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2:22 2010 NR CC

2.7 out of 5 stars (49) IMDb 5.3/10

In this riveting heist thriller, four thieves execute a seemingly foolproof plan on a wintery New Year's Eve at a boutique hotel containing a vault of valuable safety deposit boxes. Unfortunately, the guests derail the robbery and its aftermath with demands of their own. Powerhouse performances and shocking twists make this a stylish crime story you'll never forget!

Starring:
Mick Rossi, Robert Miano
Runtime:
1 hour, 44 minutes

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Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Phillip Guzman
Starring Mick Rossi, Robert Miano
Supporting actors Aaron Gallagher, Jorge A. Jimenez, Peter Dobson, Val Kilmer, Bruce Kirby, Sile Bermingham, Sean Power, Luis Caldeira, Brian Foyster, Eric Shani, Tom Knight, Laura McLean, Cheryl Meyer, Sandy Duarte, Maja Mandzuka, Manny Barbosa, Vicki Rivard, Dan Fox
Studio Inception Media Group
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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If you're a fan of heist movies like Heat and Ocean's 11, then 2:22 probably won't impress you. While the film has its rare moments, as well as a solid cast, it simply lacks any real spark.

For this being Phillip Guzman's second film as a director, I have to give him credit for doing a decent job. There are some great cinematography moments, and a few clever shots that keep things interesting. Unfortunately, the writing by Guzman and lead actor Mick Rossi is average at best. Pointless subplots, weak attempts at suspense, and ridiculous coincidences are what kept this movie from being shown in theaters.

The marketing for this movie is also questionable. Val "Straight to DVD" Kilmer is prominently featured on the cover, next to a praising review snippet. Which is confusing given that Kilmer, playing a paranoid jeweler, gets exactly four minutes of screen time in this entire movie. Gabriel Byrne (Usual Suspects) has a "blink and you missed him" role. No one on the cast stands out, save for Robert Miano, best remembered as Sonny Red from Donnie Brasco. The most seasoned actor in the film, Miano has more than a few great scene-stealing moments. I was also surprised by newbie actress Sandy Duarte, one of the most gorgeous women that I've ever seen in film.

Bottom line, this is a fairly average heist flick. The heist team comes off looking like amateurs, and the film lacked any "edge of your seat" suspense. Give this one a rent before you decide to buy the DVD.
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Val Kilmer only has a very brief Rain Man like role. The first part of the movie is amusing with the gang having trouble holding down the front desk while they rob the hotel safe. The last quarter is very violent and the plot hangs on too many coincidences. This script needed major revisions. Why would such a poor script be made into a movie?
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Not your hollywood bank robbery. Four guys clean out the hotel's safety deposit boxes in the wee hours. Phone won't stop ringing and hostages galore. Good movie if you're tired of hollywood formulas. Val Kilmer always pleases.
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Came so close to being a great movie!
An original heist idea and a good cast, bolstered with the presence of Val Kilmer!
Unfortunately, the heist was really the only creative idea in the whole movie, well I shouldn't say that, because a couple of other themes that could have been further developed. But, the director chose to focus 1/2 to 3/4 of the movie on the heist itself and every possible problem it would encounter! Not surprising, since the director also wrote the screen play, and it is always easier to fully develop one idea rather than several.
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I got it. The hotel where this was filmed must have paid for the film. It had more mention than why the guys were robbing it. Acting was ugh and the story line was awful. Val Kilmer's performance was good, but there was so little of it. His character was no more developed than any of the others. I miss the old Val Kilmer, as many others do. I hope to once again see him in the spotlight of a film - of a good film.
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Format: DVD
This is not a great film but it is better than some of the other reviews would suggest. It was shot on a limited budget but is relatively stylish with good cinematography. Some of the reviewer's negative comments are inane. Especially egregious is the reviewers comment about hating the movie because one of the characters punched a dog. Seriously -- the character is a violent criminal and he doesn't like dogs. (Of course the dog was not really hurt! It is a movie.)

The real flaws are the heist scene which does drag a bit and the contrived ending. But despite these limitations, this is a much better and much more realistic movie than films like Heist. Mick Rossi does a fine job and Robert Miano is a reliable character actor. I rented the film through Netflix and suggest you rent and not purchase it unless you are an obsessive collector of crime dramas. I watch movies on a widescreen while rowing using a Concept 2 and riding a spinner so I watch a lot of movies. Compared to some other films I have watched recently (e.g., Killing Zoe which I did not finish), this film is a small but flawed gem.
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I am a Val Kilmer fan and like most of his movies. Unfortunately he was in this movie for about 10 minutes. Some scenes were disgusting and vulgar. Didn't enjoy it.
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liked this little film. believable (who in their right mind rolls up his sleeves when he has a noticeable tattoo?). characters, I am sure that the outcome was also believable. Like the man said one time "prison filled with idiots, the smart ones don't get caught".
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