Pretty good "based on a true story" story
I have to admit, I was impressed by the factual accuracy of this TV
at the actual BofA branch that was the location of the robbery, although
logo on the
sign is different now (which is forgivable). The camera angles were all
correct (i.e. the
same as the actual news footage of the robbery). They even showed the
being shot up, and they had the right type of blue *shorts* for one of
to wear during the capture of robber #2-- if you're familiar with the
Shootout, you know what I'm talking about. Despite a few minor changes
dramatic tension (such as the deletion of a motorcycle officer who
Peebles's character so Michael Madsen's character could rescue him) and a
gun comment by one of the officers "I can't believe they let people just
this stuff" (in
the B&B gun shop) this telefilm was very enjoyable. I especially liked
fact that it was
filmed in a documentary style, with every person's point of view being
shown. Very well
done, with some prominent actors. When does the DVD come
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Interesting twist on a documentary/action style movie
Plays off as a "day in the life of" at first, which was a pretty good
I thought. Kind of "Cops"ish, with periodic interjections from the
involved in the shootout, which does well to give the viewer the mindset
the people. I had a problem with some of the scenes of the two gunmen
alone, making comments back and forth, which we don't really know what
were thinking, or saying, since it isn't like they are available anymore
tell us. But, dramatic license and all, it's hardly anything that Fox
be forgiven for doing. They did an exceptional job with the firefight.
really get a sense of the sheer chaos that was happening then. The freeze
frame cuts for commercial breaks were a nice touch as well, giving you a
snapshot of the moment, which as I understand, happens in the mind of
in these types of situations sometimes.
The movie was credible, and nicely done. You don't get the full effect by
just watching the action in the last hour. The narrations given, and the
scenes from the first hour, help set the tone for what started out as an
average work day in Los Angeles, but then sank an entire area into a
war zone before lunchtime had even come around. Wouldn't have been one
have paid money to see, but for a made-for-TV-movie, I've seen a whole lot
worse, but more importantly, not many better..