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Refusing to take the loss of their pensions lying down and to fade away into their declining years, retirees Arthur and Martha Goode decide to rob some banks and take back what was theirs in the first place.
Gentle the film's good-natured, well-meaning comedy most certainly is, soft-edged and reassuring too - but it's also so full of stock characters and movie cliches that the whole thing feels a bit like a missed opportunity.
That the duo's robbery spree is such a gentle affair is the source of many of the movie's gags - their getaway car is a Volvo with a caravan on the back - but the geriatric pace means that the laughs are on the gentle side, too.