Bandit is a Canadian film starring Josh Duhamel, Elisha Cuthbert Y Mel Gibson. is directed by allan ungar and the story is based on the novel by robert knuckle.
Here we have a mix of comedy and thriller that lacks both genres a bit, but is nonetheless entertaining for a Friday eve to unwind from the hectic week.
The action scenes in the movie are more fun than shocking.
After escaping from a Michigan prison, a charming career criminal assumes a new identity in Canada and robs a record 59 banks and jewelry stores while being hunted by a rogue task force. Based on the story of The Flying Bandit.
This is a film that features the appearance of a star, in a film very much in tune with the productions of the 1980s, when said star was at his best. Gibson’s latest roles have sought refuge in more or less interesting thrillers, but films that have not become blockbuster wonders.
Well, Bandit is more of the same, although it has a point of humor from the hand of Josh Duhamel, who knows very well how to add comedy to everything, in this case a thriller, which the truth is that it is very well produced. It is made to entertain, with technical quality.
It’s not very imaginative as a story, but it’s retro enough for us to look at it with fond nostalgia. And we accept that not all movies have to be grand and spectacular.
It’s a good movie, however, it’s just another product with a retro touch. It is by no means a pretentious film. That said, it’s well shot and has that polished technical quality of a film that has solid production behind it.
September 23dr 2022
Josh Duhamel / Gilbert Galvan Jr / Robert Whiteman
Elisha Cuthbert / Andrea
Nestor Carbonell / Snydes
Lorenzo Yearby / Ben
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Movie title: Bandit
Movie description: After escaping from a Michigan prison, a charming career criminal assumes a new identity in Canada and robs a record 59 banks and jewelry stores while being hunted by a rogue task force. Based on the story of The Flying Bandit.
Publication date: September 24, 2022
Director(s): allan ungar
Actors): Josh Duhamel, Elisha Cuthbert, Mel Gibson, Nestor Carbonell, Olivia d’Abo, Haley Webb, Kameron Hood, Swen Temmel, Claire Bronson, Clayton Landey, Keith Arthur Bolden, Leslie Stratton
It’s a good movie, however, it’s just another product with a retro touch. It is by no means a pretentious movie. That said, it’s well shot and has that polished technical quality of a movie, it has a solid production behind it.