Channing Tatum (Jimmy Logan), Adam Driver (Clyde Logan),
Daniel Craig (Joe Bang), Riley Keough (Mellie Logan), Katherine Waterston (Sylvia Harrison), Seth MacFarlane (Max Chilblain), Sebastian Stan (Dayton White), Katie Holmes (Bobbie Jo
Oceans Eleven meets Days Of Thunder for this crime caper set
in West Virginia, where a pair of brothers, Jimmy and Clyde Logan, hatch a plan to pull off a heist during a NASCAR race, utilising Jimmy's knowledge of the underground tubes which carry money to
For the plan to be a success, they require the help of
incarcerated explosions expert Joe Bang, so we also get a prison break plot device to go along with the heist.
Despite having a rather poor title, the screenplay is good, as
are the majority of the performances, especially from Channing Tatum, Adam Driver and Daniel Craig (Katie Holmes and Seth MacFarlane unfortunately drop the ball here). There's a couple of plot
holes which might bother you if you allow them to, and a few characters are introduced for very little reason, but this is only nitpicking.
Steven Soderbergh came out of a short retirement to take the
reins on this movie, releasing it through his own distribution company. On this evidence, let's hope his filmmaking career continues on.