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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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I WOULD CHANGE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS MOVIE. NOT SO GREAT.
THANKS MISS LUTHER
The film is self described as a "twist-filled crime thriller." There were no significant twists, and the "thriller" aspect of the film was more akin to a 70's thriller than the fast paced modern films, and at times seemed a bit slow. I didn't find the acting as convincing as the other critics and Pyke's obsession was unrealistic...but without it there wouldn't be a story.
F-bomb, sex, no nudity. 3 1/2 stars
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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.
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.
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.