Son Of A Gun Digital
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After breaking out of a maximum-security prison, Brendan Lynch (Ewan McGregor), Australia's most notorious criminal, enlists 19-year-old JR (Brenton Thwaites) to accompany him and his crew on a gold heist that promises to deliver millions. However, as things start to go wrong, a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues.
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Most of the story is more standard raw crime family caper movie but the young kid provides perspective on the darkness and shallowness of the life and strangely none of the bad people go unpunished which in an American film would of course would not be the case where glorification of all things dark is a means to fracture society and the real agenda of the warped minority in power in Hollywood.
I must attest that after I found out how easily bullets travel through sheet metal, it has become hard for me not to negatively judge run and gun films that ignore known physics completely. It's like going to an atheist convention but everyone is praying; it just shouldn't be done dam it.
The most serious complaint I have is that the story takes entirely too long to establish. The film is nearly half over before the plot finally realizes its intent to get you invested in the characters' relationships to one another and emotionally involved in what they're doing/why they're doing it.