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Panther Paw Movie Reviews
Wednesday, July 30, 2008 • Posted July 29, 2008

The Bank Job


There’s nothing better than a good ‘ole fashion burglary and this is a great heist film. Set in London in the early 1970s,

The Bank Job is based on real life events. A group of would be criminals is set up by MI5 (British version of the FBI or Secret Service) to rob a bank and regain compromising photos of a royal personage.

Unfortunately for our gang, the photos in question were not the only valuable scandalous information kept in safety deposit boxes at this bank, but also secrets and lies of many famous and infamous people, including the pay ledgers of a porn kingpin to police, and the photo files of a local madam.

Everybody who was anybody, from the cops on the beat up to the Top of Government & Mobsters was implicated in some scandal by the evidence from this notorious bank robbery. Let the games begin,

3 paws



Untraceable is a very intense thriller starring Diane Lane.

Jennifer Marsh (Diane Lane) works for the FBI and work is normal till they receive information on a person on the internet killing a cat.

Jennifer is very disturbed by this and reports it her boss about it, but he brushes it off as “not that important, it’s just a cat”.

The next day, the same guy with the same website now has kidnapped a man and says that the more people that log on to watch him be tortured the faster he dies, well that gets the FBI’s attention and Jennifer launches a hunt for the killer, only to find herself and her team caught up in his murderous scheme.

The FBI continues to try and tract down this person but he is very difficult to find and the movie keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens next and the ending is VERY satisfying!!

3 ½ paws!

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