Ca$h

2010

Crime / Thriller

8
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 31%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 31% · 1K ratings
IMDb Rating 5.9/10 10 10068 10.1K

Top cast

Chris Hemsworth as Sam Phelan
Sean Bean as Pyke Kubic / Reese Kubic
Mike Starr as Melvin Goldberg
Christian Stolte as Car Sales Manager
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
991.37 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 47 min
Seeds 24
1.99 GB
1920*1080
English 5.1
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 47 min
Seeds 17

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rodriche 6 / 10

Could've been better

I have to say this is not a bad movie at all, but I think it could be better. The movie starts with a good premise...a man who is driving down the highway suddenly finds a suitcase with more than half a millon dollars inside...what would you do? expend it? return it to the police? give it to the poor?. Unfortunately for him and his wife, he decided to expend it, only to find later on that the owner of the money has found him and wants the money back. Some of the things this man (Sean Bean) forced them to do are a little far fetched and have no sense at all. The script is far from being a master piece and the dialogues are flat, although the acting is really good, especially Sean Bean's performance. I think the director tried to mix comedy, thriller and action but failed to deliver any of them. 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. In conclusion, if you're looking for an entertaining movie, to watch on a Sunday afternoon, this could be it, but don't expect to see the best movie of your lives.

Reviewed by myoon87 7 / 10

No masterpiece but still entertaining

Not all movies are made to be artistic or masterpieces. This is just a random criminal/drama movie that can be entertaining depending on who's watching. It definitely has flaws but had a lot of unintentional weirdly funny scenes. It was an entertaining movie and that's it; nothing special. Still, the movie was a lot better than 80% of the crap movies these days that do half ass job trying to imitate classic movies from the 70' and the 80's.

The characters' dialogue script writing was a little amateurish but oh well.......

It's a good movie to pass free time!

Reviewed by alicecbr 6 / 10

Cash is the answer to everything

Now that we know that everyone is a crook, having seen the movie, it's interesting that even the wife's mother stole part of the money she was given for safekeeping Of course, it's a fable, as the money drops out of the sky......from a van that Sean Bean is driving from a bank heist. He goes to jail and his twin brother comes along to go out and retrieve the money....which he does, every penny.

Don't see this movie if you have a pessimistic view toward your fellow man. The only legal crook they show is the loan officer, which was hilarious in view of the fact that bankers are now our worst crooks.

Sean Bean is the greatest actor today, as he can be in real stinkers and still shine. what an expert. Almost as good as inhabiting various roles as Laurence Olivier, but just the hunk version.

If you don't expect much of this movie, you'll enjoy it. The sheer racist and bigoted views expressed at the beginning are in a way hilarious, as they are definitely politically incorrect. But being as it was in Chicago, they should have had some anti-Catholic humor, if they're going to put down blacks, Muslims, Indians, loan officers, mothers-in-law, Asian shop keepers, 'innocent' young wives, and 'big strong' husbands.

Pretty interesting study in the effects of fear, and the Stockholm syndrome. The writer here knows his Freud.

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