‘Hurricane Heist’ An absolute catastrophe from start to finish
I am not usually a fan of disaster movies. I have seen some pretty bad ones over the years. Yet I decided to give Hurricane Heist a shot. It certainly surprised me in a few ways. I was able to get a review copy and this is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for Hurricane Heist here:
A perfect storm of action is unleashed in this high-powered action-thriller. As a massive hurricane builds, criminals infiltrate a U.S. Mint facility. Their plan: to steal $600 million and escape using a Category 5 hurricane as cover. But a treasury agent and a storm chaser have a plan of their own, desperately racing against time—and the hurricane—to save the hostages and stop the thieves before their town is reduced to rubble.
Hurricane Heist was a real mess. Don’t get me wrong it was a clever concept, but this doesn’t always make for a good movie. From the bad acting, the boring slow moving plot down to how predictable this film became as the story moved along. The cast tries there best, but there really isn’t anything they can do to save this disaster. There is an ‘Eye of the Storm’ featurette and some deleted scenes.