Action / Comedy / Crime / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 26%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 40%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 10388

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
April 09, 2020 at 06:37 AM



Jamie Foxx as Alvin Sanders
David Morse as Edgar Clenteen
Doug Hutchison as Bristol
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 59 min
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English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 59 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FlashCallahan 3 / 10

Status check please.....

Alvin Sanders, a fast-talking street punk, is on his way to prison when he's stuck in a holding cell with a dying man who has a $43 million secret. He knows where stolen gold is hidden.

With his last breath, he tells Alvin something that makes no sense to the US Treasury agent, Clenteen, who soon interrogates Alvin.

Eighteen months later, Clenteen wants to find the robbery's mastermind, an elusive computer genius named Bristol.

He lets Alvin loose, as bait. As Alvin tries to change his life, he becomes an unwitting pawn caught between the murderous Bristol and the uptight, hard-nosed Clenteen....

The first you thing you notice about this film is that it comes across as the poor mans Enemy Of The State, from the one sheet, right to computer geeks. And the second thing you notice is that right after Pastorelli dies in the film, the film falls flat on its face, and goes from watchable, to joke worthy.

Foxx was in the mode of trying to be too funny and too likable at the time of its release. Everything he does After Collateral, he is watchable, tolerable, even endearing, but in this, Booty Call, and Breaking all the rules, he's too smug, too annoying, and eventually someone you couldn't care less about.

Morse is okay, but you see his character in every hard nosed agent from 1993 to 2005, and Hutchinson isn't t a very good villain.

The story and narrative is poor, and the best thing in this is Pastorelli, and he dies 15 minutes in.

I wouldn't bother.

Reviewed by sebastian_goofy 6 / 10

Popcorn movie at its best

Now, some people say this is just your standard genuine popcorn movie- and they're right. There is no big surprise, no overly brilliant acting, no twisted story, no well known producer (you all know who I'm talking about..)..

But it's a very well made, nice to see movie. Acting is good. Or better, it's like it should be in any movie. Photography seems sometimes a little bit careless, but it's OK- it does the trick. Directing is well done.

To get to this conclusion, I compared that flick to Last Boy Scout, because it's basically almost the same background. And I have to say: while LBS is supported by the acting of Bruce Willis, this movie is founded on the acting of each actor. They all do well, the evil guy is convincingly evil (flat character maybe, but hey- it's a popcorn flick, don't forget!), the effects are pleasing, the story is neat, and the director does his best to put all of this on the screen so you can enjoy the picture.

What do you want more? A bag of popcorn.

Reviewed by mhasheider 8 / 10

Somewhat funny and well-paced action thriller.

Somewhat funny and well-paced action thriller that has Jamie Foxx as a hapless, fast-talking hoodlum who is chosen by an overly demanding U.S. Treasury Agent (David Morse) to be released on the streets of New York to find a picky computer thief/hacker (Doug Hutchinson), who stole forty-two million dollars from the treasury and left two guards shot dead.

"Bait" marks the sophomore feature for Antoine Fuqua ("The Replacement Killers") and he handles the task fairly well even though it doesn't top his first movie. What the two films have in common is the action sequences, which are flat-out excellent.

Foxx is pretty good here although his character is annoying in the beginning, but throughout the film, I began to catch on. Hutchinson is marvelous as the mastermind who can be ruthless as John Malkovich and patient as the late Laurence Olivier was in "Marathon Man". Morse is okay as the agent who comes up with the ingenious plan to get whoever did it at all cost.

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