Didn't Isaac's character look at a piece of paper with Longitude and latitude (location of the remaining $$ they left) at the end of the movie or was I mistaken?
At sea level. One of the guys did the same math in the movie, but the pilot said that the high altitude is the limiting factor on the payload.
yes - the location of the money in the crevasse was scribbled on the paper
Part 2 ???
Proverbs 27:17 - As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.
It’s been said but I just dont buy them taking more then they could effectively carry. I liked it up to that part but no way they would be that dumb.
Just watched this. The story is crap which is disappointing given the cast.
The casting was perfect....shitty movie, shitty actors.
I'd call it worth a watch with nothing else to do. I like the cast, great soundtrack.
Ive never ripped off and killed a drug lord but I did stay at a holiday inn express....
I hate when a crew of friends that are pros no matter the work looses all discipline and starts whining and infighting like a kindergarten class. Quiet disagreement sure but it just feels too hollywood. Same for hooting and hollering running around with no guns with money bags on site.
Why not just drop the load up in the mountains with no one around and then make a trip back from the boat for the second half?
Why not buy the villagers off immediately instead of telling a bunch of harvesters with guns to get away from my property. Its cheaper before people get shot I bet.
Again dont hate it but my eyes may have orbited once or twice.
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Yes, glaring plot hole in that they either wouldn't have taken too much or could have hid it all and come back.
But then there would have been no movie.
Yes at the end those were the coordinates for the money in the mountains
- "This town reminds me of something in the bible."
- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
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