“Takers” Film Review – Explosions, Guns and Stupid Hats
Elegant burglars, stogies, weapons, ladies, blasts, vehicles, battles, helicopters, demise, selling out, and dumb caps. I don’t feel that they might have packed numerous other wrongdoing/show film banalities in assuming they attempted. There are many all the more however I don’t believe they’re truly worth focusing on, I would rather not ruin any shocks, you’ll simply need to watch it. Simply don’t attempt any of it at home.
There are many characters in this film and so loaded with activity and blasts monitoring them all is hard. I think it took me until part of the way through to really sort out the names of the lead characters. I actually didn’t have a clue about a portion of their names until I returned home and had the option to find them. I turned to simply marking them as their generalization; “great cop”, “awful cop”, “the person who has quite recently been let out of prison”, “the addict sister” and so forth.
The activity occurs in Los Angeles where 20 gauge ammo ooters including Gordon Jennings (Idris Elba), John Rahway (Paul Walker), A.J. (Hayden Christensen), and siblings Jake (Michael Ealy) and Jesse Attica (Chris Brown) ransack a bank.
They carry on with an existence of extravagance until a previous buddy in arms, Ghost (Tip T.I. Harris), gets back from jail and persuades them to ransack a protected vehicle conveying $20 million, as though they need more cash! While they plan this, a solidified terrible cop, Jack Welles (Matt Dillon), and a decent cop, Eddie Hatcher (Jay Hernandez) attempt to catch them.