TV Shows

Criminal Activities (2015)

Four young men make a risky investment together that puts them in trouble with the mob.

Criminal Activities (2015)

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Released Year: 2015
Runtime: 94 minutes
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Directors: Jackie Earle Haley
Writers: Robert Lowell


Four young men make a risky investment together that puts them in trouble with the mob.



The New York Times - Neil Genzlinger
It doesn’t feel like a mere imitation; it has too much wit and too many striking performances for that.
Village Voice - Chris Packham
The script veers from comic, narrated episodes to surprising violence, planting early narrative seeds that yield some effective surprises later, a dynamic range that's pretty comfortable to old hands Travolta and Travolta's Chili Palmer wig after all these years.
Los Angeles Times - Michael Rechtshaffen
Working from a glib, chatty script by Robert Lowell that's not as cleverly hatched as it likes to think it is, Haley whips it into something reasonably entertaining.
The Playlist - Oktay Ege Kozak
An unremarkable but solid genre exercise, one that shows off Jackie Earle Haley’s chops as a director.
Slant Magazine - Chuck Bowen
The actors have the showmanship to chew the lurid, shopworn material up to bits, savoring it like a Royale with cheese.

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