A bunch of guys, who work for a living protecting cash in transit on security trucks (including huge stars Larry Fishbourne, Jean Reno and Matt Dillon) decide to rob there own load, and earn millions in the process.
A good set up, with a good cast is sadly wasted in what starts out to be promising, but ends up very, very bland.
In true heist movie fashion it all goes wrong, and the characters shout, argue and eventually turn on each other (and some innocents that get roped into the situation).
This is not a bad film, it really does have potential, but to have such a cast of actors, and to give them so little back story, or character is a waste.
The plot shifts almost too quickly, and what comes across as a bunch of descent guys in the first thirty minutes turn on each other very quickly by the second half of the film without much justification.
With some more background story, and attention to each character, this could have been a little gem of a film (the set up and writing is not bad).
In terms of look and feel, it is filmed well and sometimes stylish, with the odd moment of coolness.
On the real plus side, the film is short (80 odd minutes), and in that time does deliver some descent action scenes and a few bits of entertainment (including explosions,fights, and a very good truck chase scene).
Sadly it has all been done before, and very much better, but if you want some brain in neutral action movie thrills, then this just about holds its own, but is a wasted chance given the story idea and cast.