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Honest Thief (2020)


A bank robber tries to turn himself in because he's falling in love and wants to live an honest life...but when he realizes the Feds are more corrupt than him, he must fight back to clear his name.

Honest Thief (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 98 minutes
Directors: Mark Williams

Storyline


A bank robber tries to turn himself in because he's falling in love and wants to live an honest life...but when he realizes the Feds are more corrupt than him, he must fight back to clear his name.

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Reviews


65
TheWrap - Alonso Duralde
As “solidly senior Liam Neeson kicks ass” vehicles go, Honest Thief falls firmly in the middle, nowhere near the heights of “Taken” but well above the depths of “Taken 3.”
63
Washington Post - Michael O'Sullivan
A little bit itchy, maybe, and smelling of mothballs, but deeply, inexplicably comforting, in these uncertain times.
60
The Hollywood Reporter - Frank Scheck
Much like its central character, the film at least proves honest in its intentions.
58
The A.V. Club - Katie Rife
Not exactly a thinking man’s action movie, and not a gleefully dopey thrill ride either, Honest Thief is as grudging as its main character when it comes to doling out thrills.
50
Variety - Owen Gleiberman
It’s a serviceably energized and routine action crime movie, with a few slammin’ fistfights and gun battles, and it proves once again that Liam Neeson is an actor who will take a paycheck gig without treating it like one.

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