(2022) (John Boyega, Nicole Beharie) (PG-13)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Drama/Suspense: A combat veteran threatens to blow up a bank and two employees if the Dept. of Veterans Affairs doesn't make things right for him.
Feeling like he's gotten nowhere with the VA who he claims has stolen his disability check, former combat Marine Brian Brown-Easley (JOHN BOYEGA) realizes he must bring public attention to his plight, even if it means he might not ever see his ex-wife Cassandra (OLIVIA WASHINGTON) and their young daughter, Kiah (LONDON COVINGTON), again.
So he goes to a Marietta, Georgia bank and gives teller Rosa Diaz (SELENIS LEYVA) a note that states he has a bomb. She and manager Estel Valerie (NICOLE BEHARIE) then calmly clear out the clients and other coworkers, leaving them alone with Brian who apologizes for what he's doing, but is determined to be heard.
Accordingly, he calls for the police to arrive -- eventually resulting in contact with veteran negotiator Eli Bernard (MICHAEL KENNETH WILLIAMS) -- and then calls the local TV station where assignment editor Lisa Larson (CONNIE BRITTON) takes the call. As the police surround the bank, Brian demands that he get his money...or else.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- Probably only if they're a fan of someone in the cast.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
- For some violent content and strong language.
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