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TMDB - 6.10/10
92 Min - Drama | Crime | Thriller - 2015-06-26
Directors:
Jay Martin,
Writing:
Jay Martin,
Stars:
Luke Mitchell, Leven Rambin, Jason Ritter, Kris Kristofferson, Joel Murray, Kevin Gage, Zane Holtz,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis
Three high school friends are forced to commit a brazen robbery which quickly goes horribly wrong.
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92 Min Drama | Crime | Thriller 2015-06-26
Directors:
Jay Martin,
Writing:
Jay Martin,
Stars:
Luke Mitchell, Leven Rambin, Jason Ritter, Kris Kristofferson, Joel Murray, Kevin Gage, Zane Holtz,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis:
Three high school friends are forced to commit a brazen robbery which quickly goes horribly wrong.
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40
By New York Daily News
Well, that was the longest seven minutes of my life. An uninspired tale of a small-town robbery gone wrong, 7 Minutes abounds in clichés.
50
By Chris Klimek - The Dissolve
It’s handsomely shot and reasonably well-acted, and it’ll likely get Martin better gigs as a director, if not a screenwriter.
30
By Chris Packham - Village Voice
Unlike guilty-pleasure Guy Ritchie crime films, in which vivid characters and unlikely subplots converge in lush visual mayhem, 7 Minutes is humorless and perfunctory, its heavies and protagonists never so much as aspiring to transcend or challenge the stereotypes they represent.
0
By Clayton Dillard - Slant Magazine
Whether because of race, shame, shelter, or fright, 7 Minutes remains white in the face throughout.
50
By Gary Goldstein - Los Angeles Times
Although stylish and intriguingly told, the twisty crime drama "7 Minutes" never quite jumps out of the pack.
42
By Jesse Hassenger - The A.V. Club
Despite its unconvincing seriousness mixing poorly with its unconvincing dark comedy, 7 Minutes proves difficult to despise outright; it’s watchably swift and somewhat engaging in the moment.
25
By Rex Reed - New York Observer
Another ho-hum slacker heist flick.
25
By Roger Moore - Tribune News Service
Heist pictures don’t come much dumber than 7 Minutes.
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