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Easy Money: Hard to Kill [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Joel Kinnaman, Matias Varela, Dragomir Mrsic
  • Directors: Babak Najafi
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Swedish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: March 11 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00H0EN8TO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #78,924 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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JW, the promising business student who became an organized coke smuggler, is serving hard time in prison and is struggling to get back to an honest life. But a man from his past - the former hitman Mrado Slovovic - changes everything. Jorge returns to Sweden to pull off a giant coke deal. But the deal fails terribly and now he has to flee the country with both the police and the Serbian mafia on his tail. Mahmud owes the Serbian boss, Radovan, a large sum of money. When he can't pay off his debt he is left with only one choice - to find and kill Jorge.

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good sequel .recommend it.
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HASH(0x984ca300) out of 5 stars More Nordic Noir Action from Sweden July 12 2014
By Tommy Dooley - Published on Amazon.com
This is the follow up to the enormously successful `Easy Money'. It has the same actors and picks up where the first one left off - but the good news is you do not have to have seen part 1 in order to be able to follow this one, as everything is put into context. We meet J.W. who has been banged up for his past indiscretions and is reunited with Mrado; who despite his injuries being down to J.W. they have become friends. J.W. has spent his time in prison developing software that will earn him a bucket load of money and hopefully rehabilitate him with his former life.

We also have two stories running in parallel; that of Mahmoud, who is a small fry foot soldier, working for Mr Big - Radovan- who is a Serbian crime lord. And would be drugs trafficker Jorge, who seems to leave a trail of dead behind him wherever he goes.

Although they are all working on their own scams, fate has a hand that will conspire to ensure all their paths cross and the result will not be a happy one. This is a tale of drugs, prostitution, crime lords, violence and money laundering. The violence is gritty and often, but it all felt totally in place given the context of the film.

It is a full on adrenalin rush too with edge of seat action and jaw droppingly good camera work. Joel Kinnaman as J.W. does a superb job as does all the cast. This is in Swedish, Spanish, English, Serbian, Arabic and Croation with very good subtitles and a run time of 96 minutes. Another movie adapted from a novel by Jens Lapidus and another great film to add to the impressive list of Nordic Noir - absolutely recommended.
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HASH(0x984c7714) out of 5 stars Quality Crime Thriller May 13 2014
By Gabriel's World - Published on Amazon.com
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I liked the first part of this trilogy very much, and the second part does not disappoint--it falls naturally with the action from Easy Money/Snabba Cash. The movie flows in dialogue, tension, and action. No slow spots, but very intense. It's a gritty, hard-boiled thriller will likeable characters. You'll need to see the first movie to get the plot. Joel Kinnaman is excellent in this, as a compelling character drawn into inevitable conflict. The movie touches upon class consciousness, betrayal, trust, social clashes, and helplessness of being unable to change one's fate.
HASH(0x984cdfcc) out of 5 stars Phenomenal, edge of your seat thriller March 29 2015
By CurlyTop - Published on Amazon.com
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Loved this movie. This is the second movie to the swedish Easy Money trilogy. The first movie was phenomenal, and i was not sure if the second would live up to it. It's as good, if not better. you are at the edge of your seat the whole time. Many of the key characters from the first movie return, which is good. It's just another must see - now i need to see the last one.
HASH(0x984d0f18) out of 5 stars Good Movie May 20 2014
By WifiGuy - Published on Amazon.com
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Good, solid acting. The story is fast paced, with lots of action. I'd like to see another sequel in short order.
HASH(0x984a1018) out of 5 stars I was confused June 27 2014
By Russell S - Published on Amazon.com
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I am saying that it is okay because I have to admit I was pretty confused some times as to what was being done and by whom (who?) I liked Joel Kinnaman and most of the rest of the cast but at a lot of times I was lost. maybe it's me but I did try.