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The Trust
- Nicolas Cage

Overview - Two Las Vegas police officers -- the inexperienced Waters (Elijah Wood) and a peculiar veteran named Stone (Nicolas Cage) -- discover a mysterious safe installed inside a grocery store while investigating a drug ring. The oddball duo hatch a scheme to steal its contents, but they quickly get in over their heads in this crime caper directed by Alex and Benjamin Brewer.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Two Las Vegas police officers -- the inexperienced Waters (Elijah Wood) and a peculiar veteran named Stone (Nicolas Cage) -- discover a mysterious safe installed inside a grocery store while investigating a drug ring. The oddball duo hatch a scheme to steal its contents, but they quickly get in over their heads in this crime caper directed by Alex and Benjamin Brewer.

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  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 92
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 031398247111
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: August 2016

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Movies > Action/Adventure

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Deception
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"[U]pstart directors Alex and Benjamin Brewer are smart enough to play to the strengths of their cast. What they’ve concocted, largely, is a two-man show, with Wood as increasingly frazzled straight man to Cage..." - 05/12/2016 A.V. Club


"Not content to merely be brother filmmakers, the Brewers wear their Coen influence on their sleeves. It’s not just the casting of Cage, but the attempted wryness of the dialogue, the confident visual styling, and more." - 05/13/2016 RogerEbert.com


"[D]irecting brothers Alex Brewer and Benjamin Brewer have tapped into the oddball charm that made us love Cage’s unpredictability in the first place." - 05/12/2016 Los Angeles Times


"Mr. Cage is fun to watch as he lets the bottled-up rage of a nondescript existence slowly bubble to the surface. The script, by Adam Hirsch and Benjamin Brewer, is full of both humor and menace..." - 05/12/2016 New York Times


3 stars out of 5 -- "Cage gives one of his most enjoyable performances in years." - 05/23/2016 Empire


"Throughout, connoisseurs of Cage's career should appreciate a performance that rides the edge of his crazy tendencies..." - 05/13/2016 Hollywood Reporter

 
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