So, this movie is practically a top to bottom remake of a 2006 Denzel and Owen film of the same name, minus the “Most Wanted” bit. Bank robbers come in, seemingly trap themselves inside a no-escape situation, then pull off some ingenious plan that’s only revealed to the audience in the last act. Along the way you’re meant to empathize with at least some of the robbers so that you’re rooting for them to get away, and so is the main police/FBI character because he’s dealing with completely unsympathetic bureaucrats and powerful one percenters that he/she hates and so does the audience. This page has inside man most wanted 2019, watch online, inside man most wanted 2019 free download, full movie hd.
The problem, apart from the fact that this has already been done in a better version, is that because they reveal the connection to the previous film right in the opening scenes (and the title), you already know what’s going to happen by the end. They don’t change anything significant, really. I watched the movie with a friend, and by the half way point when they revealed a key plot element we both guessed the twist and how it was going to happen. And, apart from a couple of minor details, we were spot on. Which means, as far as I’m concerned, that actual law enforcement types who do this for a living would have seen some element of this coming from a mile away. Filmxy has Inside Man Most Wanted (2019) Online Full Movie, Inside Man Most Wanted (2019) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Aml Ameen, Rhea Seehorn, Roxanne McKee
The whole thrill of a movie like this is that turn. To work, it has to be subtly hinted at in ways that you overlook early on but can look back at later, and it has to come as a surprise. It’s very much like a magic act. If they hide too many details it feels like they’re cheating, and if they don’t surprise you with the reveal you lose that sense of wonder, which is the whole point of the movie.
Anyway, despite the underwhelming finale, the main characters were reasonably charismatic and entertaining to watch. And it’s on Netflix, so if you have the streaming service you don’t have to pay anything extra to see it. So I suppose if you find yourself needing to kill an hour or two it’s a reasonably inoffensive way to while away the time, provided you’ve got nothing else better to do.
The part of the plot about disposing of the stolen gold is almost a straight lift from the 2001 film “Heist”, starring Gene Hackman and Danny Devito. “Most wanted” has stereotypical characters, predictable plot and a waste of Rhea Seehorn’s talent. Go watch “Heist” instead. It’s snappier and funnier and Hackman is just the best in everything he does.