Flypaper (2011)

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TitleFlypaper
Year2011
CountryGermany, USA
GenreComedy (Movies)
CollectionRobbery
Run Time1h 27 min
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Just before closing time, bank teller Kaitlin has one last customer, Tripp, who wants $100 broken into a quirky, specific combination of coins. As he flirts with her, the bank is simultaneously attacked by two groups of robbers: a trio of high-tech professionals with machine guns, there for the vault and duo rednecks who walk in with a revolver and a shotgun, for the ATM. Tripp, sensing a gunfight, jumps the counter to keep both himself and Kaitlin safe, as the two groups open fire on each other. A bystander (possibly an agent) is quickly shot and killed. Tripp steps in, suggesting a truce between the groups and rob what they initially planned to, concurrently. The eight hostages are taken upstairs, locked in the kitchen and the windows are blackened.

The trio get frustrated with the ATM thieves’ lack of sophistication. They don’t use masks, have conspicuous tattoos, smash-and-grab types who use an excessive amount of plastic explosives, blowing out several windows. The duo watch the other team, in awe of their technical savvy, with their fancy steel-cased laptops, helmets with night-vision goggles, and great firepower. Tripp’s overactive mind and heightened senses, probably due to the absence of medication, brings out his amateur sleuthing skills. He asks a barrage of questions to Kaitlin, based on his keen observational skills, in regards to her supposed wealthy fiancé. Breaking down some of the puzzling details of the heists to the others, such as the man shot dead in the lobby, Tripp guesses that ‘coincidences’ were intentional. Also, he finds night vision goggles hidden in the bathroom. Mitch is discovered to have sold Intel about when the reboot would take place, leaving the system vulnerable for 10 minutes, around closing time.

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Just before closing time, bank teller Kaitlin has one last customer, Tripp, who wants $100 broken into a quirky, specific combination of coins. As he flirts with her, the bank is simultaneously attacked by two groups of robbers: a trio of high-tech professionals with machine guns, there for the vault and duo rednecks who walk in with a revolver and a shotgun, for the ATM. Tripp, sensing a gunfight, jumps the counter to keep both himself and Kaitlin safe, as the two groups open fire on each other. A bystander (possibly an agent) is quickly shot and killed. Tripp steps in, suggesting a truce between the groups and rob what they initially planned to, concurrently. The eight hostages are taken upstairs, locked in the kitchen and the windows are blackened.

The trio get frustrated with the ATM thieves’ lack of sophistication. They don’t use masks, have conspicuous tattoos, smash-and-grab types who use an excessive amount of plastic explosives, blowing out several windows. The duo watch the other team, in awe of their technical savvy, with their fancy steel-cased laptops, helmets with night-vision goggles, and great firepower. Tripp’s overactive mind and heightened senses, probably due to the absence of medication, brings out his amateur sleuthing skills. He asks a barrage of questions to Kaitlin, based on his keen observational skills, in regards to her supposed wealthy fiancé. Breaking down some of the puzzling details of the heists to the others, such as the man shot dead in the lobby, Tripp guesses that ‘coincidences’ were intentional. Also, he finds night vision goggles hidden in the bathroom. Mitch is discovered to have sold Intel about when the reboot would take place, leaving the system vulnerable for 10 minutes, around closing time.

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