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Triple 9

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Bullets fly on the Atlanta freeway as armed thieves make their getaway following a bank robbery in broad daylight. In order to pull it off, the gang of criminals and corrupt cops plan the murder of a police officer
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Film Ireland Magazine
As a whole, the ideas, themes, and talent the film brings together don't quite blend well enough to be satisfying in this otherwise generic crime thriller.
January 03, 2017
Globe and Mail
Though compelling in the acting and cinematography, Triple 9's plot is by the numbers and about nothing.
February 26, 2016
Film Inquiry
The problem with Triple 9 isn't that it is an uber-masculine piece of genre fiction - it is that it is a formulaic one without a distinctive personality.
February 18, 2017
Reel Talk Online
It's the kind of crooked cop film that will likely wind up on a random list of 100 Crooked Cop Movies compiled in no ranking order... in the next few years. It's that derivative.
March 21, 2017
Salt Lake Tribune
It's almost criminal the way the crime thriller Triple 9 strands a talented cast in a morass of mixed motivations and acting styles.
December 31, 2016
Hindustan Times
Triple 9 is best during the first third, introducing its rogues' gallery of characters and detailing their daily grind. Unfortunately, the last third is weighed down by predictable thriller trappings.
December 31, 2016
New York Post
There's a blue-chip cast running the gamut from A (Casey Affleck) to W (Kate Winslet) and terrific action sequences in Triple 9 - but in the end, this relentlessly nihilistic crime-caper thriller adds up to less than the sum of its impressive parts.
March 10, 2016
San Diego Reader
The uneven thing [here] is John Hillcoat's direction: a tense, sustained journey through an apartment while lined up behind a bulletproof shield alternating with indulgent zooms and cuts depicting local color.
February 26, 2016