Ca$h (2010) - Crime, Thriller

Hohum Score

33

Bearable

A man meets up with two "good guys" to recover what is unlawfully his, taking them on his whirlwind ride, doing things they never would have imagined, just to survive.

IMDB: 6
Director: Stephen Milburn Anderson
Stars: Sean Bean, Chris Hemsworth
Length: 108 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 7 out of 37 found boring (18.91%)

One-line Reviews (24)

"Ca$h" is an entertaining movie where everybody is corrupt in the end, even those that have been robbed and declare a larger amount to benefit with the insurance.

Also of note, while this was a pretty entertaining film, it is also about 40 minutes too long.

The screenplay is enjoyable and the resolution of the situation is satisfactory.

This is just a random criminal/drama movie that can be entertaining depending on who's watching.

" There were no significant twists, and the "thriller" aspect of the film was more akin to a 70's thriller than the fast paced modern films, and at times seemed a bit slow.

A man finds a suitcase full of cashStarring Sean Bean, Chris Hemsworth and Victoria ProfetaWritten and Directed by Stephen Milburn AndersonThis is an enjoyable romp that kept me hooked all the way through.

We might argue what the purpose of cinema is, but Ca$h has an entertaining story with premises that are mostly believable.

Anyway giving nothing away, this is well worth watching, and has made Sean Bean the star i can now relax with.

It was an entertaining movie and that's it; nothing special.

Sean Bean's (Lord of the Rings, Flight Plan, Patriot Games, National Treasure) performance as Pyke is natural and intense.

There was already a movie like this called No Country For Old Men, so there's nothing original, and it's not really brave, but it's certainly entertaining.

The one think that started to bore me towards the end was repetition.

The film was made before Hemsworth bulked up as Thor as Sam is rather bland although Profeta is very mouthy as his irate wife.

There is also something completely unexpected in Cash, a subtle use of comedy at which Sean excels.

Save your money and time.

Pyke's unexpected accommodating manner and willingness to help Sam and Leslie collect the cash they stowed and recover the rest they spent, paint him as a likable character, not an evil antagonist.

Bean's character goes down some stairs behind a bar (cliché) to meet some sort of criminal mastermind.

This was a fun and enjoyable movie, love beans character very smart.

These minor quibbles aside, this was a great movie with a lot of unexpected twists.

But rejoice: It knows how to create a tense, unpredictable environment accented by the slightest bits of naturally occurring humour here and there, a winning combination indeed.

It gets super tedious and even ridiculous that the characters in the film keep counting cents every minute.

Really quite original and well worth watching-- really quite funny and not too unpleasantly dark.

I found the first hour of the movie very entertaining, but at the end, it got so repetitive that left me with a bittersweet taste.

mildly entertaining .