The Top 5 Bank Robbery Thrillers

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Everyone loves a thriller don’t they? It’s a genre so intense that it forces us to forget our everyday lives and become totally absorbed in the on-screen action. With the upcoming home entertainment release of Marauders on the 20th February, 2017, we’ve decided to take a look at the best thrillers revolving around the theme of bank robberies. The particular combination ensures intellectual complexity and suspenseful action in waves, so hold on tight, and take your pick from five of the best!

MARAUDERS

Marauders is an exhilarating, high-octane thriller which follows all-star cast comprised of Bruce Willis, Dave Bautista and Christopher Meloni as they gamble in the world of high-stakes bank heists.

The story opens with the fall-out after four armed robbers attack Hubert National Bank, and all evidence appears to point to the high powered manager and his clients. As the fatal robberies continue, it’s up to a team of tenacious FBI agents to uncover the wider conspiracy at play…

A series of ever-winding twists and turns render this a must see! Tune in to find out who is truly innocent or guilty, and who will eventually find redemption.



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