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Honest Thief Review: If I Said This Movie Was At Least Fun, I’d Be Lying

The battle plan this time out sees Neeson playing Tom Carter, a man known to the world as the “In and Out Bandit,” much to his chagrin. Engaging in the lucrative hobby of robbing banks, he has a little over $9 million is in his possession, and he’s ready to turn it all in to the FBI. His play to make amends comes on the anniversary of striking up a relationship with Annie (Kate Walsh), a self-storage manager whom he meets randomly and falls in love with. But before he can be hers with a clear conscience, he needs to turn himself in and make it all right – a plan that’s complicated by two ambitiously greedy junior agents (Jai Courtney and Anthony Ramos) who throw a wrench into the works of Tom’s well-drawn plans who try and take the money. Needless to say, this is the biggest mistake these men could make, as Mr. Carter has some secrets that come in handy while trying to clear his name.

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