Two brothers who are hard-up for cash hatch a foolproof plan to rob their parents’ jewelry store while said parents out of town. Unfortunately for everyone involved, things don’t quite go according to plan and everything just starts going to hell.
It’s basically two hours of watching bad people do increasingly bad things, and while it’s probably not the feel-good movie you might be after, it’s some very intense stuff and an acting powerhouse to boot. Oh, how I miss the great Philip Seymour Hoffman.
It’s got an 88% on Rotten Tomatoes.