Kurt Russell is back at it one more time in a comedy crime movie in which he plays Crunch Calhoun, a motorcycle daredevil who was an art-thief back in the day. His brother Nicky, played by Matt Dillon, manages to influence his reasoning and he agrees on one final heist, the target is an art gallery. Crunch reassembles his old team of seasoned thieves for one final lucrative art theft. Everyone has his own agenda and it seems as if everyone is working against one another. They all have their own views on what should be done and the plan goes awry. Comedy parts are well thought out and they will draw out plenty of laughs, and the rest of the movie is done exceptionally well. Fans of heist movies will definitely love this one, it has everything a good heist comedy needs, excellent acting, twists and turns, and some morals worth learning. There is an element of betrayal and trust in the movie, and it is interesting to see how the characters respond to the people around them as well as their surrounding. This movie definitely fulfills the promise of the genre, it is funny, has an interesting plot with a nice twist and a good ending. It should definitely be checked out by those who are looking for a relaxing way to spend a movie night.