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  • Actors: Sean Bean, Chris Hemsworth, Victoria Profeta, Mike Starr, Michael Mantell
  • Directors: Stephen Milburn Anderson
  • Writers: Stephen Milburn Anderson
  • Producers: Stephen Milburn Anderson, Billy Higgins, Naveen Chathappuram, Prema Thekkek
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: Aug. 17 2010
  • Run Time: 108 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

Product Description

A stroke of good luck turns lethal for Sam Phelan (Chris Hemsworth) and his wife Leslie (Victoria Profeta) when they are faced with a life- changing decision that brings strange and sinister Pyke Kubic (Sean Bean) to their doorstep. As Pyke leads Sam and Leslie on a tumultuous adventure through the streets of Chicago, each are pulled deeper and deeper into a desperate spiral of deception and violence...all in the name of Ca$h.

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Obsessive compulsive behavior can be hazardous to your health even if you're a bad guy like Sean Bean. This is one of the oldest crime story ever told i.e. the straight guy ends up with the bad guys money and the bad guy wants it back. This one,however, has a twist: the bad guy is a number guy who has O.C.D. and will not settle for anything less than every penny he is owed. In the process he turns the straight guy and his wife into bad guys like himself. I really liked this movie even when it slowed down a little in the middle, because it was a trick they played on the audience. They were setting us up for a big change in the straight couple's character and a surprise ending. There were little flaws in the movie like; Bean practicing Yoga and smoking like chimney,calling the Illinois DMV the Chicago DMV,and a cop-out repayment plan to some of the victims especially to their jerk of a banker. But, by and large this is a very good crime movie with an exceptional ending.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
An actual review of the film CA$H and not Amazons streaming service Sept. 17 2010
By New York Horror Reader - Published on
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My love for independent film, and great actors drew me toward this flick. Sean Bean always delivers..and in this one it's twice as nice. Sean Bean plays a set of brothers (possibly twins but one looks shorter and skinnier than the other.) One of whom has been recently incarcerated after a 'job' that took in over five hundred thousand dollars. The incarcerated one calls his brother, also Sean Bean to find retrieve, and split the money with him. The money was thrown out of the window during a police chase and the only thing they know is that it hit a white station wagon with wood panel siding.
The writing in this movie is not the most original, but Sean Bean, Chris Hemsworth, and Victoria Proefeta turn in excellent performances that draw you into the sometimes unbelievable situation and give you free reign to suspend your disbelief. Cash at it's core is a story of personal morals, survival, and humanity that is wrapped in the vestiges of luck violence and fear. I enjoyed every single frame, line, scene, what have you of this little sleeper indie and if there is ever a sequel, which the way it ends suggests there may be I will be the first one to buy it. Cash is not the most original story but what does in terms of bringing together a well rounded story, and putting forth characters that you either love, or love to hate can not be denied. Highly entertaining and worth a purchase if the price is right for you.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
its like when you walk by a movie poster so many ... July 8 2014
By L - Published on
Format: DVD
This is one of those movies that most people over-look...its like when you walk by a movie poster so many times and it does not make any affect on you, it does not draw you to it, and yet you still can remember the name of the movie sometime later.
In 2010, I remember seeing posters of this movie at train stations and thinking its probably not worth seeing...
Four years later, I happen to come across this film and I think to myself "ehhh what the hell...lets see if its good"...and to my surprise it was actually very entertaining.

This film proves three things:
1) you don't need a big budget to film a good movie
2) the movie is a great example of how money can corrupt ordinary citizen(s)
3) Sean Bean should only be casted as a villain...he is really-really good at playing dark characters...a.k.a Pike Kubick.

The ending of the movie gives the viewer a sort of hope for a continuation of this terrific thriller.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A guilty pleasure! Aug. 22 2013
By Bdfan - Published on
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The cover art and title of this movie doesn t lure you in at all---just take a chance and see it. To quote Robert Forster in Jackie Brown (another movie of this genre I highly recommend) "a half a million dollars will ALWAYS be missed." I use this movie as an example because Cash reminds me in some ways of this...a very enjoyable, humorous, though dark and violent film. Definitely a guilty pleasure! This is probably as close as Sean Bean will ever get to a comedy movie---what a shame---like the saying goes---dying is easy, comedy is hard---this movie makes me think he has the knack for it. Also a shame that some of the best humor is in the deleted scenes---check them out. Loved it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good but not great Oct. 8 2012
By Damian - Published on
Format: DVD
I bought this since I've always been a fan of Sean Bean ever since Sharpe. I had seen the trailer and thought it seemed really fun.

Well the film is a nice easy watch. It's not too challenging. It's more of a Saturday night action film while you have a few beers. It's fun actually with some nice laughs along the way. The twist at the end was ok if not a little predictable.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The Ultimate Movie Review! - (...) - @tss5078 April 20 2014
By Todd Smith - Published on
Format: DVD
Some of the blandest of stories can be made into gems by the performance of one man. The story in Ca$h is by no means original, but the addition of an outstanding bad guy, with his own original way of doing things, makes the film worth seeing. Sean Phelan (Chris "Thor" Hemsworth) is down on his luck and about to have his house taken by the bank, when an amazing thing happens. While driving on the highway, he sees a high speed chase in progress. The robbers, not wanting to be caught with the evidence, throw their loot off the overpass and right onto Phelan's car. The Phelan's think that God has smiled on them and they start making plans for life in the fast lane, when their luck turns again. Thanks to their greed, the robber (Sean Bean) is able to track them down and shows up at the Phelan's door, demanding his money back. LOTR's Sean Bean stars as the bad guy and he really has turned into one of the best criminal actors you could get. He's this big scary guy, with such a calm demeanor, willing to tell you everything that's on his mind. Bean takes the Phelan's through a wild week, trying to get back his money in a variety of ways, that I think will really surprise you. One of Bean's strength as an actor turns out to be a weakness to his character in this film. As I said, he has a way of always telling you what's on his mind, and in this film it's all about the cash. That being said, Bean keeps trying to figure out the amount of money left to be repaid and it gets pretty annoying. Also of note, while this was a pretty entertaining film, it is also about 40 minutes too long. Admittedly, the story is a bit thin, so the writers try to expand the story as much as they can. While it's terrific at first, by the end, the film is seriously lagging, and it takes a lot away from an otherwise terrific film. Ca$h doesn't offer many surprises, but the cast is terrific and it most defiantly has it's moments. It's the perfect film to use if you're looking to kill some time without having to think too much about it.