This appears at the criminal offense thriller Takers, with an all star solid starring Paul Walker (The Quickly and the Furious) as John Rahway, the stalwart Idris Elba (Rock N Rolla) as Gordon Cozier, Michael Ealy (The Fantastic Spouse) as Jake Attica, Hayden Christiansen (Star Wars: The Phantom Menace) as A.J., Matt Dillion (Site visitors) as Jack Welles, and an amazing efficiency by Chris Brown as Jesse Attica.
We be a part of the film as our protagonists are undergoing a financial institution robbery, that goes as smooth as they prepared, leaving no trace as to their identities or who could have completed the task, and they even have the courtesy to wave at the security digicam (masked of class) and provide a signature salute. It is remaining to two cops Jack Welles and Eddie Hatcher played by Jay Hernandez (The Rookie) to determine out who carried out the robbery, with fundamentally practically nothing else to go on other than the heights of the culprits, and their gestures to the digicam.
This is a little bit distinctive from other criminal offense relevant films, as with any fantastic film we sense empathy for the characters, as we get to know a minor bit about their particular struggles, especially for Cozier, as he attempts to glimpse following his sister Naomi played by Marianne Jean-Baptiste (28 Days), fresh new from rehab amidst the task they are scheduling, a task that they unexpectedly have been questioned to do, by one particular of their associates, no one particular in the group really trusts, Dalonte Rivers, played pretty convincingly by T.I., who tells them of an opportunity he learnt of whilst in jail, with quite a few millions to them to acquire, if it goes efficiently.
It turns out that the cause none in the group trusts Rivers, is 5 many years ago he was caught and the time he has just put in in prison was as a direct consequence of the joint task he experienced with them, Rhaway assures him his takings from that task are in a cost savings account, and still fantastic for selection, which Crozier and the others reckon, this is the only cause why he did not give them up.
We also get to see a minor bit of the complications faced by the police pressure as they deal with some of the criminals, Welles as he attempts to make time for his daughter, and deal with the case at hand, whilst Hatcher attempts to make clear to Welles his priorities are a minor squinted.
Love curiosity for Jake is delivered by the pretty Joe Saldana (for good in our minds as Neferti from Avatar) taking part in Lilly, this proves a minor contested situation, as she was Dalonte’s really like curiosity just before he went to prison, and has his sights on using her back. There is a scene wherever Jake and Dalonte have a minor confrontation in entrance of Lilly as Dalonte attempts to reassert that she still has inner thoughts for him in entrance of Lilly.
The acting in Takers is best notch and you will be on the edge of your seat to obtain out how it all onfolds.
By Dan Stevens