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In 1972, there was a real disaster that caused great controversy among all. These events are reported by a gang of thieves close to Johnstown, Ohio who planned the biggest robbery. The gang planned to steal $ 30 million in illegal contributions and extort money from President Richard Nixon's secret fund. Things seem more complicated when it comes to President Richard.
A likable cast and a fascinating, mostly forgotten story - about an attempt to steal millions of dollars of illegal presidential campaign contributions - keep the movie engaging, but can't compensate for the waste of a promising premise.
[Director Mark Steven Johnson takes] what would have been a rather bland heist story and mix it with a mediocre love story to create an enjoyable final product. It's an example of getting the most out of the material at hand.
Veteran director Johnson knows to prioritize his characters instead of his own cleverness, while Enzo's motivating anger about bad men like Nixon reaching the highest levels of power without being punished for their crimes has a resonance today.