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Hatton Garden the HeistFollowing the lead up to one of the biggest robberies of the century, Hatton Garden the Heist follows the convict recruiting a team of veteran British criminals all eager for one final chance at glory.Keywords:
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Directors of "Hatton Garden the Heist"Terry Lee Coker
Creators of "Hatton Garden the Heist"Ian BurfieldTerry Lee Coker
Critic Reviews of "Hatton Garden the Heist"Brian VinerApril 20, 2017
It's shamelessly derivative, unapologetically old-fashioned, defiantly corny, but it still tells a remarkable true story with a certain swagger and naive charm.Wendy IdeApril 17, 2017
From the wocka-wocka retro-funk score to the glitchy Guy Ritchie-lite jump cuts, split screens and wipe edits, to the smattering of rhyming slang, this film doesn't have an original idea in its entire running time.Jasper ReesApril 14, 2017
Thompson has managed to lure a cast who can relied upon to say the lines and not bump into the furniture, but his script somehow contrives to stumble into every British gangster cliché while syringing the last ounce of life out of every scene.Kate MuirApril 14, 2017
While the actual event must have been heart-stoppingly tense, the film is without suspense, and is cack-handed and mundane, with a paint-by-numbers voiceover from Matthew Goode.Terry StauntonApril 13, 2017
More time poring over the blueprints could have made this a richer experience, instead of merely serviceable.Liz BeardsworthApril 13, 2017
Uniformly likeable leads can't save plotlines heading nowhere, leaving it a film with its fun moments but more frustrating ones, and too little detail to be anything other than forgettable.Peter BradshawApril 13, 2017
There's no reason to let these naughty thieves make off with your time and money.Geoffrey MacnabApril 12, 2017
There is a hint of old Ealing comedies in Ronnie Thompson's likeable if very undercharged telling of the story of the 2015 Hatton Garden jewellery/safety deposit box heist.Jon LyusApril 11, 2017
All the time there's no sense of jeopardy or drama, so you don't really care what happens either way. Stir in the polystyrene characters, as hollow as they are disposable, and it only serves to exacerbate the feeling that you're watching a bad film.Matthew TurnerApril 10, 2017
It's comfortably one of the worst films of the year so far.
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