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ArmoredA newbie guard for an armored truck company is coerced by his veteran coworkers to steal a truck containing $42 million. But a wrinkle in their supposedly foolproof plan divides the group, leading to a potentially deadly resolution.
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Directors of "Armored"Nimród AntalBirthdate: 30 November 1973, Los Angeles, California, USA
Creators of "Armored"James V. Simpson
Critic Reviews of "Armored"New York TimesDecember 07, 2009
An unabashed B movie: basic, brutal and sometimes clumsy, but far from dumb, and not bad at all.Los Angeles TimesDecember 07, 2009
Armored won't win any prizes, but it does offer comforting evidence that there's still room for a well-crafted B movie among CG-laden spectacles.Chicago ReaderDecember 07, 2009
This unambitious caper flick takes a while to get moving but gradually develops a modest meat-and-potatoes appeal, compromised in the third act by a whopping and perfectly avoidable plot hole.L.A. WeeklyDecember 07, 2009
Antal is never much beyond serviceable here, but he does make a chase-duel between two entirely identical armored cars almost decipherable, which is no mean feat.AV ClubDecember 04, 2009
It's a film without twists, where everything is what it seems, and when the mess has been resolved, it's even at a loss for a proper denouement. Armored just ends-and with it, so does the access to plush chairs and free air conditioning.New York Daily NewsDecember 04, 2009
It isn't bulletproof by a long shot, but director Nimrod Antal's grungy gang-of-thieves pic is tough and, for this genre, surprisingly ethical.Lessons of DarknessMarch 29, 2010
Isn't clever or inventive enough to seem like a high-stakes game.Seanax.comMarch 25, 2010
It's free of gimmicky twists, to be sure, but it's also lacking tension, ingenuity and fun.Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)March 12, 2010
Director Nimod Antal's stripped-down genre exercise -- there's not even a hint of a romantic subplot -- is unremarkable but efficient.3BlackChicks ReviewFebruary 16, 2010
You'd have to put me in a lock box to see it again.Reel Times: Reflections on CinemaJanuary 31, 2010
Armored should crackle with nervous energy; however, the bland characters don't get much of interest to do and are virtually interchangeable.
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