THE VAULT (Theater Release USA 2017)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.8|5.0 Starsììì

The Vault—interesting with a bit of intrigue, a little creepy with its own ‘cool’—does not have the best of acting, but keeps the audience wondering how the story will play out. It needs a sequel as the ending leaves unanswered questions; but due to an extremely low box office take, that sequel seems unlikely. The movie seems slightly reminiscent of the 2002 film 28 Days Later (2002). This movie suits Ben Meyers’ choices for fair to middling afternoon watches.

Storyline

A bank robbery turns up a meager $70,000 until an assistant manager reveals there is $6,000,000 stored under the bank in an old vault.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Dan Bush for directing efforts. Thank you to Executive Producers Scott Adler, Michael Becker, Lee Broda, Jamie Carmichael, Joseph Dang, Jon Graham, Dana Guerin, Michael Guerin, Jeff Gum, Gary Matthew, Alexander Motlagh, Dmitry Paniotto, Darby Parker, Scott Read, Jeff Rice, Shaun Sanghani, Greg Scott, and John R. Sherman for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Ed Maas (James Franco), Michael Dillon (Scott Haze), Vee Dillon (Taryn Manning), Leah Dillon (Francesca Eastwood), Susan Cromwell (Q’orianka Kilcher), Officer James Aiken (Jeff Gum), Detective Tom Iger (Clifton Collins Jr.), Cyrus (Keith Loneker), Mary (Jill Jane Clements), Kramer (Michael Milford), Lauren (Debbie Sherman), Kirkham (Conal Byrne), and Nancy (Lee Broda).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. It works as a good fill-in-some-time flick.

Ben Meyers

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