Wheelman (2017)

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Wheelman (2017)

Postby Leisher » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:04 pm

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Frank Grillo is a driver for the criminal underworld. The heist he is on right now goes wrong (anything more would be a spoiler) and that leads to him running throughout the night.

The majority of the movie is set in his car with only him on camera. However, it works. It does a good job portraying what his mindset and mood would be with a job gone wrong and multiple people telling him what to do. It actually says a lot that most of the movie is in a car with one guy on camera and it doesn't get boring. Not to be misleading, other people are int he movie and do interact with him, but he's living this night out from behind the wheel (for the most part).

Not bad.
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