This movie has a couple of good themes spaced out too far apart. One theme is that greed is something that is nearly impossible to stop and if it’s not stopped, there is a steep price to pay. Another one is that the way we treat people does have more of an influence on them than we might initially realize. In this film the example given is how Lenny treated Johnny.
Gerard Butler (from the Dove approved film “Nim’s Island”) is a strong presence in the picture as One Two, a street-wise mobster who plays off both sides, good and bad. And yet the aforementioned themes and Butler’s performance are not enough to recommend this movie, not with over 90 F bombs in language, not to mention it misses our mark in the sex, violence, drugs and nudity content ratings. Therefore, we are unable to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this movie.