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The Town is a 2010 American crime drama film co-written, directed by, and starring Ben Affleck, adapted from Chuck Hogan s 2004 novel Prince of Thieves. It also stars Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm, Jeremy Renner, Blake Lively, Titus Welliver, Pete Postlethwaite, Chris Cooper and Slaine, and follows a Boston bank robber who begins to develop romantic feelings for a victim of one of his previous robberies, while he and his crew set out to get one final score by robbing Fenway Park.

The film premiered on September 8, 2010, at the Venice Film Festival before being released in the United States on September 17, 2010. Based on actual events, it received praise from critics for its direction, screenplay, editing, and the performances of the cast (particularly Renner) and grossed $154 million worldwide. The film was chosen by the National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of 2010, while Renner was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and Postlethwaite was posthumously nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor.


Four lifelong friends from the neighborhood of Charlestown, Boston, Douglas Doug MacRay, James Jem Coughlin, Albert Gloansy MacGloan, and Desmond Dez Elden, rob a bank. Against the wishes of Doug, Jem takes bank manager Claire Keesey hostage but later release her unharmed.

Finding out that Claire lives in their neighborhood, Doug follows her to find out how much she has told the police and to ensure that hot-headed Jem does not eliminate her as a witness. Soon, a romance grows between them, which Doug hides from the gang.

As the two grow closer, he tells Claire of his search for his long-lost mother, who he believes went to live with his aunt in Tangerine, Florida. He also almost became a professional ice hockey player before he threw it away to follow in his father s footsteps as a bank robber. Claire tells Doug she saw a tattoo on one of the robbers but did not tell the FBI, and he realizes that she can identify Jem and send them all to prison.

Jem will kill her if he knows and so to dissuade her, Doug tells her if she tells the police, they will then put her in witness protection and send her to live in another state. His plan works, and she does not talk.

FBI Agent Adam Frawley recognizes their ties to local Irish mobster Fergus Fergie Colm, whose front is a florist s. During a visit to his father, Stephen, in prison, Doug shares his plan to leave Boston for Florida. Their next job, an armored car robbery in the North End, goes awry, and they barely escape. Frawley interrogates them but fails to get confessions and is forced to release them.

Doug asks Claire to go away with him, and she accepts. When Frawley learns Claire quit her job, he taps her phone, shows his file on Doug to her, and threatens to prosecute her as an accomplice after he realizes that they are together. Shocked to discover Doug was one of her assailants, she cooperates with the FBI and breaks up with him. He tries to back out of the next heist at Fenway Park. Angered, Jem fights him and says that he is in too deep to walk away. Fergie then threatens to kill Claire if Doug does not do the job, and he reveals to him that he controlled his father by making his mother an addict, which led to her suicide. Doug reluctantly agrees but swears that he will kill Fergie if anything happens to Claire.

At Fenway, Doug and Jem enter disguised as Boston police officers, steal $3,500,000 in gate cash, and prepare to escape in an ambulance while disguised as paramedics. The FBI, having received information from Doug s ex-girlfriend and Jem s single-mom sister Krista, whom Frawley had threatened, surrounds the perimeter with the Boston police and State police. Caught in a firefight with FBI SWAT operators, Dez and Gloansy are killed. Frawley spots Jem, and they exchange gunfire in which Jem is wounded in the leg. Determined not to go back to prison, Jem commits suicide by cop by running out with empty guns in hand.

Knowing that Claire is in danger and that he will never escape as long as Fergie is alive, Doug murders both him and his bodyguard and calls Claire. Watching from across the street via binoculars, he sees the FBI are with her as she tells him to come over. At first, he thinks she means to betray him, but she gives a clue verbally to warn him away. Doug flees by donning an MBTA uniform and escaping on a train. Frawley deduces that Claire tipped him off, but her tip is too cryptic to provide grounds for an arrest.

Later, while she is gardening, Claire finds a buried bag containing money, a tangerine, and a note from Doug that suggests that she can make better use of the money than he can and that they might see each other again. Claire donates the money, in memory of Doug s mother, to refurbish the local ice hockey arena in which Doug once played. From the deck of a small house, Doug looks out over the water, forlorn, but seemingly safe in Florida.


  • Ben Affleck as Douglas Doug MacRay
  • Rebecca Hall as Claire Keesey
  • Jon Hamm as FBI Special Agent Adam Frawley
  • Jeremy Renner as James Jem Coughlin
  • Blake Lively as Krista Kris Coughlin
  • Chris Cooper as Stephen Big Mac MacRay
  • Pete Postlethwaite as Fergus Fergie Colm
  • Slaine as Albert Gloansy MacGloan
  • Owen Burke as Desmond Dez Elden
  • Titus Welliver as Detective Dino Ciampa
  • Dennis McLaughlin as Russell Rusty
  • Brian Scannell as Henry
  • Isaac Bordoy as Alex Colazzo
  • Jack Neary as Arnold Washton
  • Edward O Keefe as Morton Previt
  • Victor Garber as David



In 2003, Paramount Pictures had optioned the rights to Chuck Hogan s novel Prince of Thieves before it was even published, and Dick Wolf signed on to produce before the project fell through. In 2006, director Adrian Lyne brought the novel to producer Graham King. King in turn showed it to Warner Bros. studio, who agreed to make an adaptation directed by Lyne and written by Sheldon Turner. Lynn s vision for the project was a 3-3.5 hour Martin Scorsese styled film with a budget of 90 million dollars, this led to creative differences with the studio and the eventual departure of Lynn from the project. By 2008, The Town was decided as the title and Ben Affleck, fresh off his directorial debut in Gone Baby Gone, was brought in by Warner Bros. to serve as the films star, director and co-writer. Affleck wanted to direct a movie I personally researched and understood , and invited high school classmate Aaron Stockard to work with him on the script. While Affleck had grown up in nearby Cambridge, Massachusetts, he barely knew the harsh inner-city environment of Charlestown. Affleck and Stockard conducted many interviews with the Charlestown community, as well as the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force in Boston. Later the film s actors also researched within the community to make for more believable characters and performances. Charlestown locals also joined the cast, mostly as extras.


Filming began in late August 2009 in Boston. The former MASSBank branch located in Melrose, Massachusetts, was used as the location for the first robbery of the film, taking on the name Cambridge Merchants Bank (the exterior shots, however, are of Cambridge Savings Bank in Harvard Square). Filming also took place at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, for casino scenes, Massachusetts Correctional Institution – Cedar Junction in Walpole, Massachusetts, for use of their visiting room, and at Anderson Regional Transportation Center in Woburn, Massachusetts, for the ending Amtrak scenes.


The Town was shown at the Venice Film Festival and premiered at Boston s Fenway Park. The film was released in the United States on September 17, 2010.

Box office

The film took #1 at the box office during its opening weekend, taking in $23.8 million. The Town grossed $92.1 million in the United States and Canada with an additional $61.8 million in other territories for a total of $154 million worldwide on a production budget of $37 million.

Home media

The film was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on December 17, 2010. Both versions include special features and an audio commentary including a look at Affleck as a director and actor. The extended/unrated version is a Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy bundle which includes 28 minutes of additional footage, taking the runtime to over 153 minutes.

On March 6, 2011, the three-disc The Town: Ultimate Collector s Edition DVD/Blu-ray set was released. This set includes the previously released theatrical and extended cut Blu-ray disc as well as a second Blu-ray disc and a DVD which feature a new extended cut with an alternate, darker ending.

2012 re-release

On February 5, 2012, to promote the upcoming The Town: Ultimate Collector s Edition set, the AMC Loews Boston Common theater hosted an exclusive engagement of The Town (Take 2), wherein three showings of the film were shown with the alternate ending featured in the new home media release. Immediately preceding each screening, a vice president from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment thanked all those in attendance, including Titus Welliver (Dino Ciampa), Dennis McLaughlin (Rusty), and Affleck s mother, for coming out and supporting director Affleck s preferred version of the film, leading to a short, prerecorded introduction by Affleck himself. Earlier that day, the intersection of Tremont and Avery streets was temporarily renamed The Town Take 2 Place in a small ceremony, attended by Welliver and Boston city officials.


Critical response

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, The Town has an approval rating of 92% based on 235 reviews, with an average rating of 7.70/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Tense, smartly written, and wonderfully cast, The Town proves that Ben Affleck has rediscovered his muse—and that he s a director to be reckoned with. Metacritic gives the film a weighted average score of 74 out of 100, based on 42 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

Roger Ebert gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, praising Renner s performance and Affleck s direction. In his review for The New York Times, A. O. Scott commented on the opening heist, That sequence, like most of the other action set pieces in the film, is lean, brutal and efficient, and evidence of Mr. Affleck s skill and self-confidence as a director. Xan Brooks, in The Guardian, wrote that the action sequences were sharply orchestrated but added it s a bogus, bull-headed enterprise all the same; a film that leaves no cliche untrampled. Justin Chang wrote in Variety that the action scenes strike an ideal balance between kineticism and clarity aided by cinematographer Robert Elswit and film editor Dylan Tichenor. Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun Times gave the film an A+, noting that he found the film incredibly similar to Michael Mann s Heat, which he described as one of favorite movies of all time. The reviewers at also praised one of the shootout scenes, saying It is surely the best shootout scene we have seen in decades. Writing in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Laremy Lengel titled his review The Town Works Best if You Avoid the Heat, also referencing Mann s film.

As a Boston-based crime drama, the film forms part of a crime-movie subgenre typically marked by flavorsome accents, pungent atmosphere and fatalistic undertow , according to Chang. Within that subgenre, which includes The Boondock Saints, The Departed, Mystic River and Affleck s Gone Baby Gone, The Town is more of a straightforward crime-procedural and has a more optimistic outlook. The film also takes influence from Boston bank robbery film The Friends of Eddie Coyle; several scenes in The Town, including the release of the blindfolded hostage to walk to the water s edge, mirror sequences in this film.


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Award Category Subject Result
National Board of Review Top Ten Films Won
Best Acting by an Ensemble Cast Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Award Best Film Nominated
Best Cast Nominated
Best Screenplay Ben Affleck, Peter Craig and Aaron Stockard Nominated
Best Action Film Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Academy Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Golden Globe Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated
National Society of Film Critics Best Supporting Actor Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Blake Lively Nominated
Satellite Award Best Supporting Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Peter Craig Nominated
Aaron Stockard Nominated
Ben Affleck Nominated
Best Director Nominated
Best Editing Dylan Tichenor Nominated
Producers Guild of America Best Film Nominated
BAFTA Award Best Supporting Actor Pete Postlethwaite (posthumous) Nominated

Factual accuracy

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A voice in the trailer of the film says: There are over 300 bank robberies in Boston every year. Most of these professionals live in a 1-square-mile neighborhood called Charlestown. In fact, there were 23 reported bank robberies in the entire state of Massachusetts in the first quarter of 2010, compared with 49 in Illinois and 136 in California, according to the FBI.

The film ends with a written disclaimer: Charlestown s reputation as a breeding ground for armed robbers is authentic. However, this film all but ignores the great majority of the residents of Charlestown, past and present, who are the same good and true people found most anywhere, to whom the film is dedicated.

According to a September 2010 article in The Boston Globe, Charlestown was once known as an area where bank robbers were concentrated, but has not been since the mid-1990s, and the subject has been a sore point for Townies . Now much of the neighborhood has been gentrified. The paper reported there is some sense of rivalry between Townies, people who lived in the historically Irish-Catholic neighborhood for decades, and Toonies , largely white-collar workers who arrived with gentrification, but most of that has died down. The film makes reference to the definition of Toonies during one of Doug and Claire s dates.

In the early 1990s, an increase in the number of bank and armored car robberies by Townies focused attention on Charlestown. In one heist in Hudson, New Hampshire, two guards were killed, and is alluded to in the film – during a scene where Agent Frawley is briefing his task force, he mentions that Doug s father is serving life for a notorious robbery in Nashua. According to Frawley, the elder MacRay hijacked a bread truck (armored car) up to New Hampshire, and when one of the guards saw his face, he executed both of them with their own weapons. Frawley notes that this incident led to the passing of regulations prohibiting the driver from leaving the cab even if his partner is being held at gunpoint. Charles Hogan got the idea for his novel, on which the film is based, in 1995. It was just so remarkable that this one very small community was the focus for bank robbers, he said, but he was very aware that crime was only one part of the community, and he did not want to make all residents of the neighborhood look like criminals.

Year 2010
ReleaseDate 2010-09-17
RuntimeMins 125
RuntimeStr 2h 5min
Plot A proficient group of thieves rob a bank and hold Claire, the assistant manager, hostage. Things begin to get complicated when one of the crew members falls in love with Claire.
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar, 9 wins & 46 nominations total
Directors Ben Affleck
Writers Peter Craig, Ben Affleck, Aaron Stockard
Stars Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm
Produced by Chay Carter, David Crockett, William Fay, Basil Iwanyk, Jon Jashni, Graham King, Thomas Tull
Music by David Buckley, Harry Gregson-Williams
Cinematography by Robert Elswit
Film Editing by Dylan Tichenor
Casting By Lora Kennedy
Production Design by Sharon Seymour
Art Direction by Peter Borck
Set Decoration by Maggie Martin
Costume Design by Susan Matheson
Makeup Department Marleen Alter, Raul Hernandez, John E. Jackson, Cathrine A. Marcotte, Trish Seeney, Kelvin R. Trahan, Chris Grondin, Jamie Hess, Brenda McNally, Koji Ohmura, Nichole Pleau, Turner Walker
Production Management Molly Allen, Tina Anderson, David Crockett, Kelley Smith-Wait, Jeff Valeri, Barbara Russo
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Peter Dress, Meaghan F. McLaughlin, Donald Murphy, David Sardi, Mollie Stallman, Andrew Ward, Alexander Witt, Dylan Tichenor
Art Department Joseph Barillaro, David Henry Buck, Grey Cusack, China Fox, Douglas Fox, Riley Sean Jones, Dan Joy, George Lee, Denis Leining, Jason Mayoh, Adam McClain, Don Miloyevich, Oliver Peabody, Isabel Riley, Adam Roffman, David Rotondo, Patrick Russo, Jeffrey Schneider, Michelle Sherwood, Brandon Smith, Tom Sola, Peter Wilcox, Jason Allard, Paula Bird, Shane Buckallew, Daniel Cariolo, Jason Case, Jessica Case, Mimi Coleman, Stefan Couture, Jack Coyle, Debbie Cutler, Tom Diorio, James Fernandez, Jaima Fogg, Michael Geoghegan, Jennifer Gerbino, Matt Harrington, David Johnson, Ryan Johnson, Wayne Kimball, Hannah King, Ellen Lampl, Andy McCarthy, Brett McKenzie, Jeremy M. Pereira, Jeff Plauster, Andrew Poleszak, John Pungitore, Molly Randall, Dawn Marie Richard, David Rickson, Peter Rippe, John Ryder, Christopher Sawtelle, Matthew G. Smith, Amy R. Strong, Terry Synnott, Casey Van Maanen, Larry J. White II, Jeremy Woodward
Sound Department Laura Harris Atkinson, Christopher Barrick, Johnna Chism, Brian Courchine, Valerie Davidson, David Lee Fein, Julie Feiner, Albert Gasser, Aaron Glascock, Hilda Hodges, David Jobe, Tim Song Jones, Gregg Landaker, Lenny Manzo, Steve Maslow, Jordan O Neill, Joel Reidy, Curt Schulkey, David J. Schwartz, Brian Seagrave, Frederick H. Stahly, John Joseph Thomas, Aleks von Korff, Bryan O. Watkins, Tom Williams, Jason Fyrberg, David C. Manahan, Michael Miller, Rick Santizo
Special Effects by Johnny Franco III, Allen Hall, Christopher Johnson, James Johnson, John Ruggieri, Andy Weder, Bob Williams, Gary Pilkinton, James L. Roberts, Adam Taylor, Christopher Walsh, Scott Willis
Visual Effects by Casey Allen, Guy Botham, Jason Gandhi, Richard Hirst, Anne Putnam Kolbe, Dave Levine, Brian Nugent, Josh Singer, Jeremiah Sweeney, Mohummed Yusef, Holli Alvarado, Spencer Armajo, Trent Claus, Brian Conlon, Kevin Del Colle, Sean Devereaux, Brian Drewes, Dick Edwards, Miles Friedman, Chris Ingersoll, Zack Judson, Max Leonard, Austin Martin, Eric Neill, Robert Olsson, Sean Phillip Rowe, Cliff Welsh, Zhou Yan, Ryan Zuttermeister
Stunts Laura Albert, David Barrett, Stanton Barrett, Chick Bernhard, Eddie Braun, Greg Cool, Gary Davis, Norman Douglass, Chris Duplessis, Wade Eastwood, Debbie Evans, Sean Graham, Collin Hymes, Gary Hymes, Steve Kelso, Henry Kingi, Rick LeFevour, Tom McComas, Jeff Medeiros, Luis Moco, Anthony Molinari, Eric Norris, Thomas Place, Jimmy Romano, Sonny Surowiec, Coleen M. Tracy, Airon Armstrong, Johnny Becker, Will Bowman, Brent Fletcher, Jim Ford, Kim Kahana Jr., Pete Klein, Chad Knorr, Paul Lacovara, Tony Lazzara, Benjamin Lott, Sabrina Lott, Kristi Lynn, Michael Marchand, Paul Marini, John Vincent Mason, Tom McComas, Anthony Molinari, Mark Pettograsso, Michael Rich, Paul E. Short, David Shumbris, Gianna Simone, Greg Tracy, Christopher Tranchina, Don Whatley
Camera and Electrical Department Colin Anderson, Peter Boynton, Erik L. Brown, Thomas Calandrillo, Tim Catz, Joe Chess, David Conelli, Derek Contrado, Nathan Coscia, Ralph G. Crowley, Andy Day, John S. DeSimone, Thomas Doran, Joseph E. Doyle, Jamie Fitzpatrick, Claire Folger, Josh Friz, Peter Geraghty, Charlie Grubbs, P.J. Hand, Brian Heller, Lee-Anthony Holloway, Christian J. Hollyer, Barry Baz Idoine, Michael Kenner, Jeff Kunkel, Roger Marbury, Abraham Martinez, John Morris, Mike Moyer, Billy Patsos, Josh Pressey, David Puopolo, Patrick Quinn, Bradford Ralston, Maricella Ramirez, K.C. Roballo, Shawn S. Ryder, Louis Sabat, Timothy M. Sweeney, Alexander Witt, William D. Wynn, Nathan Beaman, Rick Beausoleil, Woody Bell, Bob Blankemeier, Adam D. Bouchard, Jason Bowen, Eric Boyle, Robert Bullard, Frank Buono, Jan Burgess, Donald Burghardt, Thomas Calandrillo, Joe Chess, Jason Cortazzo, Joshua Dreyfus, Tim Dunbar, Dru Dunnaway, Eric Dvorsky, Michael Dynice, Geoff Eads, Michael S. Endler, Ken Fisher, Peter Freeman, Brett F. Gates, Michael Geoghegan, Sean Hadley, Jose Flecha Hernandez, Ronald Hersey, Guy Holt, Michael Hunold, Twig Johnson, John R. Kaplan, Austin Keller, Mark Killian, Frank La Frazia, David LaCarubba, JD Leedham, Damon Lemay, Johnathon R. Martin, Branden James Maxham, James R. Mitchell, David Moir, Evan Nelson, Georgia Pantazopoulos, Courtney Perkins, Michael Peterson, Brian A. Pitts, Dawn Marie Richard, David C. Romano, Dave Scranton, Mario Signore, Liz Silver, Pierson Silver, Justin Situ, Randy Stone, John Szajner, Travis Trudell, Aaron Tyburski, Wally Webber, Frans Wetterings III, Derek Whittington, Steven J. Winslow, Oliver Wood, Fred Young
Casting Department Kyle Crand, Peter Dudgeon, Arlene Kiyabu, Carolyn Pickman, Jodi Purdy-Quinlan, Jennifer Weinstein, Matt Bouldry
Costume and Wardrobe Department Wayne Allen, Charlene Amateau, Yvonne Bastidos, Laurie Bramhall, Kimberly Guenther Durkin, Caroline Errington, Sabine Groh, Parrish Kennington, Kate Mallor, Jim Morse, Rachael Ohman, Elaine Perlmann, Lara Quinlan, Christian Svenson, Robyn Gebhart, Mem MacAfee, Dianna Reardon, Gina Rhodes, Meghan Stark, Jill Thibault
Editorial Department Spencer Beighley, Salvatore Catanzaro, Brad Comfort, Sam Daley, Kristyn DiPane, Mark Fitzgerald, Mo Henry, Charles Herzfeld, Kate Hickey, Nancy Jundi, Nick Monton, Stephen Nakamura, Chris Patterson, Christopher Rouse, Megan Roy, Michael Boggs, Gillian L. Hutshing, Jeffrey Leiser, Richie Roefaro, Sean Phillip Rowe, Tim Weyers
Location Management Jeff Dionne, Neale Fishback, Mark Fitzgerald, Jason Fritz, Michael Judge, Patrick Mignano, Gregory Chiodo, Ryan B Cook, Derek Cunningham, Jeff N. Maclean, David Marx
Music Department Nico Abondolo, Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli, Rob Brophy, David Buckley, Justin Caine Burnett, Halli Cauthery, Brian Dembow, Steve Erdody, Nina Evtuhov, Vanessa Freebairn-Smith, Matthew Funes, Meri Gavin, Jennifer Hammond, Lili Haydn, Oscar Hidalgo, Scott Johnson, Dennis Karmazyn, Brian Kilgore, Costa Kotselas, Songa Lee, Natalie Leggett, Anthony Lledo, Jamie Luker, Malcolm Luker, Darrin McCann, Ladd McIntosh, Aaron Meyer, Mike Nowak, Gretchen O Neal, Katia Popov, Ryan Robinson, Andrew Shulman, Adam Milo Smalley, Tereza Stanislav, Lisa M. Sutton, David Walther, Margaret Yen, Peter Afterman, Carter Armstrong, Sally Boldt, Kim Carroll, Mae Crosby, Peter DiStefano, M.B. Gordy, Tom Hardisty, Anthony Lledo, Frank Macchia, Hugh Marsh, Esther McIntosh, Tony Morales, Satnam Ramgotra, Luke Richards, Peter Rotter, Martin Tillman
Script and Continuity Department Lisa Arnone, Joyce Heftel, Sheila Waldron
Transportation Department Bobby Anderson, Dennis G. Carter, James Divito, Robert Dudley, Michael Gwynn, Ted Moser, Daniel F. Redmond, Steven Docherty, Teresa Haney, David Kenney, Kim Magruder, Lindsay Medeiros
Additional Crew Natalia Anderson, Emma Barber, Tara Billik, Lindsay Boffoli, Maï Boiron, Josef Boreland, Rob Brown, Jacquelyn Carr, Amy Cohn, Christine Colburn, David Hayes Cox, Ian Crockett, Suzanne Danahy, Ramses del Hierro, Rachel Devenport, Thomas B. Devlin, Mike Divine, Matt Egan, Matthew Lee Ziggy Einzig, Adam Ernster, Elizabeth Fisher, Jonathan Focil, James Frazier, Mairead Gaffney, Russell Hadaya, Allison Hallett, Crystal Hawkins, Randy Jarvis, Sean Jennings, Nicki Johnson, Geoff Kelly, Maxwell Kessler, Andrew I. Kim, Jess Kraby, Gail Marciekiewicz, Jack McCullough, William Meade, Nolan B. Medrano, James Murphy, Michael Neal, Walter Norton Jr., Christine K. O Malley, Leena P. Ogle, J.P. Ouellette, Michael Peavey, Brendan Pike, Nico Raineau, Tyler Rumsey, Matthew Rutler, John Sansone, Peter St. Amand, Eric Toole, Paige Turcotte, Ansley Weller, Diane Wiffin, Leah Williams, Guy Wood, Scott Amico, Roberto Fuertes Astór, Sebastien Betsch, Jenny Blackmer, John Blair, Daryl Blonder, Jenny Lynn Burnett, Fritz Ceriales, Stephanie Tull Coscina, Carl Cunningham, Joe Deingenis, A.J. Diederich, Brendan Flaherty, Ethan Fox, Rebecca H. Fox, Michael Allen Glover, Anna Gossman, Matt Harrington, Mark Hochman, Zachary Holmes, Michelle Hopkins, Derek Johnson, Katye Kalivoda, Alan Kilmer, Keith Littlefield, Patrick Mahoney, Michael Marchand, Korey McIsaac, Ryan McPeake, Michael Moran, Cameron K. Morton, Heather Mount, Dave Neal, Denis O Sullivan, Tracy Ouellette, John Passarini, Michael Scott Reid, Jonathon Schermerhorn, Ryan Spenser, Paul Anthony Speziale, Tracy Spiegel, Kevin R. Stephens, Cami Stratton, Ryan Sweeney, Hodges Usry, Marc van Osdale, Jennifer Wachtell, Ryan Whitcomb, Katharine Wood
Genres Crime, Drama, Thriller
Companies Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment, GK Films
Countries USA
Languages English
ContentRating R
ImDbRating 7.5
ImDbRatingVotes 394230
MetacriticRating 74
Keywords bank robbery,criminal gang,heist,bank manager,hostage