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  1. katsuda's rating of the film Tower Heist

    A really forgettable and improbable heist movie. How the hell did they get the car into the pool at the end? I mostly just watched this for the heist and Casey Affleck.

  2. Yayo's rating of the film Tower Heist

    "The red horse in the room"

  3. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Tower Heist

  4. Star Lord's rating of the film Tower Heist

  5. MAO1's rating of the film Tower Heist

  6. Kim Gérard's rating of the film Tower Heist

    not bad with great actors but not memorable

  7. dschank's rating of the film Tower Heist

    crappy as this may be, it's still a marginally better assimilation of occupy-isms than "the dark knight rises."

  8. Sunshine316's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Just didn't...mash together correctly.

  9. MikeEverleth's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Surprisingly entertaining, especially once Eddie Murphy, who's hilarious, becomes a major character. It's light and silly, but the cast kinda brings it.

  10. William Low's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Not bad for the heist scheme and not good for the dry humor. A so-so movie overall.

  11. Easton Dubois's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Unfunny assholes being quite shockingly both assholes and unfunny.

  12. Eduardo A.'s rating of the film Tower Heist

    A light and humorous film.

  13. brown's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Appalling. No redeeming qualities.

  14. Joe Godburn's rating of the film Tower Heist

    A competently made and well timed revenge fantasy.

  15. Agustin Alturria's rating of the film Tower Heist

    You can see all the "twists" miles away

  16. Cameron Casper's rating of the film Tower Heist

    As much as this film kind of sucked, it was nice seeing Eddie Murphy being Eddie Murphy again, even if he was vastly underused.

  17. Henrique Amud's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Could've been really funny, educational and smart, but instead it's just silly with 3 or 4 laughs. At least now people can see clearly how amazing a director is Steven Soderbergh doing his stylish and clever hei$t movies. This Ratner dude cannot be called a director, he trully doesn't know how build things up, put up a camera or even finish the fucking scenes. Just terrible.

  18. casualtimetravel's rating of the film Tower Heist

  19. md's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Casey Affleck, Casey Affleck, Casey Affleck.

  20. Bullitt's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Great cast, Eddie Murphy and Ben Stiller are especially great. A pretty weak script, but it's loads of fun to watch if you can get past the complete lack of logic. As far as heists go, it's probably the most unbelievable I've seen on film. Then again, it's not really about believability but I would've appreciated a little more effort in that aspect, especially since there was more than one writer involved.

  21. SeventiesSinema's rating of the film Tower Heist

    A serviceable plot but, surprisingly, not much comedy. I would rather laugh than watch a lame heist movie with a hack behind the camera. Ratner should have just sent Stiller and Murphy visit Occupy Wall Street and filmed them improvising for ninety minutes. Movies like this are killing America.

  22. Matthew_Lucas's rating of the film Tower Heist

    A passably entertaining if patently ridiculous heist thriller about a group of employees whose retirement funds were stolen by a Bernie Madoff-esque Wall Street tycoon, causing them to set out to steal their money back. Has its finger squarely on the pulse of current anti-Wall Street sentiments, but leaves politics at the door in favor of a breezy, populist romp.

  23. FilmFan<3's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Made in part by Trump, So this solidifies Ratner as a story-seller rather than a story teller. I didn't have doubts, but now i just KNOW, ya know?

  24. Risya's rating of the film Tower Heist

    Derivative, not memorable, but offers enough engaging laugh and suspense. If you don't mind overlooking the occasional cliches, this was actually a good fun. The characters were likable. I mean, it was Eddy Murphy and Ben Stiller! The supporting roles had good comedic chemistry too. And the ending was heartfelt.

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