So crazy! In Aaron Paul and Kate Winslet’s new movie, ‘Triple 9,’ a group of criminals and corrupt cops come together to plan the murder of a police officer so they can pull off their biggest heist yet. It sounds super interesting, but did critics love the movie? Find out here!
Criminals? Check. Corrupt Cops? Check. Suspenseful action? Check. Triple 9 has everything you’d want in a modern-day heist thriller, but did the Aaron Paul and Kate Winslet movie live up to the expectations of its critics? We have the answer.
Check out some of the latest reviews below:
Triple 9 is no Reservoir Dogs, but it is a twisty, terrific ride.
A modern-day heist thriller of unusually grim, coiled intensity.
There is a lot to like: a great opening, searing action and strong cast (Winslet is a stand out). Yet it has a familiar feel, runs out of steam and ultimately doesn’t match up to the sum of its parts.
Woody Harrelson plays so drugged up that even Woody Harrelson would be surprised.
Think Reservoir Dogs meets American Sniper meets Training Day meets just about any movie directed by Michael Mann and you have the recipe for Triple 9, a dark, gritty, terribly confusing but entertaining cops-and-robbers thriller that paints a very gray line between good and bad.
Now that you’ve read the reviews, what do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you want to see Triple 9? Tell us below!