Genres: Action | Comedy | Crime
Releasing Date: 2 August 2013 (USA)
Director: Baltasar Kormákur
Writers: Blake Masters (screenplay), Steven Grant
Stars: Denzel Washington, Mark Wahlberg, Paula Patton
Watch 2 Guns movie, the director of the films ‘ Hidden Truths ‘ and ‘ Contraband ‘ , Baltasar Kormákur , brings this new action thriller based on the graphic novel written by Steven Grant, with which it shares the same title.
The film follows the story of a DEA agent and a Naval Intelligence officer , who are working undercover in a double case involving the savage mob of the city. None of the players knows the true identity of his companion, since one of the objectives of the mission is to monitor and investigate the movements of the hand . They will have to steal money from a bank that is considered front for the criminal organization .
Fortune is close to 50 million dollars, so the two characters fighting to overthrow this bloody band will have to develop a good plan to get introduced inside the bank and take all this money .
The plot is further complicated when the agents discover that the stolen money does not belong to the Mafia, but is owned by the very administration of the CIA.
That said attention behind Two Guns , there is not a scenario needy and capillo – towed gunfights formatted actors coasting 450 interrogation scenes to create tension and outgoing cars only filmed in slow motion. No, there is also a stroke of genius , a curveball admirable imbecility that synthesizes the ambition of the film and its vision of the kind : a money -shot (that is to say the most expensive plan film) flooded with cash. Well, that’s about all . Apart from that, you’ve already seen this movie without knowing – as attempts to aggregate 20 years of turnips in one built to the glory of single neural cool mega- vegetable – and unless you really wanted to see Denzel Washington badass provide the minimum benefit or Mark Whalberg pollute the trunk of a car with a bad feeling pet , your time is too precious to be spent in watching this thing .