The Hurricane Heist

The Hurricane Heist

(2018)

Hackers attempt to steal $600mil from the US treasury during a national weather emergency in this thriller from xXx director Rob Cohen.... More

Under the threat of a hurricane, opportunistic criminals infiltrate a US Mint facility to steal $600 million for the ultimate heist. When the hurricane blows up into a lethal Category 5 storm and their plans go awry, they find themselves needing a vault code known only by one Treasury Agent (Maggie Grace), a need that turns murderous. But the Treasury agent has picked up an unlikely ally, a meteorologist (Toby Kebbell) terrified of hurricanes but determined to save his estranged brother kidnapped by the thieves.Hide

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There is nothing special here but ultimately it delivers on all expectations and promises. A fun action movie about a big heist in a big hurricane. It does get off to a shaky start, introducing us to a large number of characters briefly and instantly expecting us to remember them, however once it finds it's feet around 1/2 an hour in it moves from one crazy action sequence to the next, all building up to a finale that for once in Hollywood actually gives us exactly what was advertised on the... More poster.Hide


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  • It may be a strong early candidate for the worst movie of 2018, but don’t let that deter you – bad movies this fun don’t come along every day. Full Review

  • Unable to muster true engagement with the banal plot and characters, or deliver the kind of inspired ridiculousness that makes for a guilty pleasure. Full Review

  • Dialogue tends toward the eye-rolling variety and performances feel uneven across the board... Full Review

  • Like the sound of a film called 'The Hurricane Heist'? Then you'll probably enjoy The Hurricane Heist. Full Review

  • All entirely but watchably absurd, and Kebbell himself carries it off with some style and shows he's got exactly the right leading-man chops. Full Review

  • Unforgivably more boring than bad, this has characters, dialogue and music of a quality that would come free with a make-your-own-action-movie kit, while the special effects are anything but. Full Review

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