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Crime, Comedy
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Zach Braff


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Morgan Freeman as Willie
Matt Dillon as Hamer
Melanie Nicholls-King as Cary Sachs
Maria Dizzia as Rachel Harding
Lolita Foster as OR Nurse
Josh Pais as Chuck Lofton
Joey King as Brooklyn
Seth Barrish as Dr. Helton
John Ortiz as Jesus
Ann-Margret as Annie
Alan Arkin as Albert
Going in Style Storyline: A reboot of the 1979 movie that was directed by Martin Brest and featured George Burns, Art Carney, and Lee Strasberg. Three seniors, who are living social security check to check and even reduced to eating dog food at times, decide they have had enough. So, they plan to rob a bank...problem is, they don't even know how to handle a gun! A social commentary on growing old in America and what we are sometimes driven to, due to circumstances.
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Geriatric Gangsters
I saw "Going in Style", starring Morgan Freeman-The Dark Knight movies, Unforgiven; Michael Caine-The Dark Knight movies, Miss Congeniality; Alan Arkin-Million Dollar Arm, Little Miss Sunshine and Ann Margret-Old Dogs, Viva Las Vegas.

This is a geriatric heist comedy that is a remake of a 1979 film of the same name-it starred George Burns, Art Carney & Lee Strasberg. In the original, the old timers were resorting to robbing a bank because of boredom and wanting to feel young again. In this version, they are forced into a criminal life because of necessity-they need the money because they have lost their pensions. Morgan, Michael & Alan are the 3 old friends on fixed incomes that decide to rob the bank that is foreclosing on Michael's house. Ann plays a woman at the local grocery store that likes Alan. One of the funniest scenes is when the guys decide to do a trail run on the grocery store, in preparation for robbing the bank-they try to steal groceries. They are not very good at it and decide to get help from a professional thief who gets them into shape. It's not laugh out loud funny but it is entertaining and I smiled a lot. It is directed by Zach Braff, who was an actor in Garden State & Scrubs_tv. It's rated "PG-13" for drug content, language and sexual content-no nudity-and has a running time of 1 hour & 36 minutes. I enjoyed it enough that I would buy it on DVD.
Great Cast, Great Fun,
Going in Style is a terrific movie with a well developed plot and a stellar comedic cast. It's a ridiculously fun movie as we watch a trio of elderly men joining forces to pull off a bank heist, the conflicting personalities of the three men and the ongoing banter between them is without a doubt the film's highlight. It is directed by Scrubs' star Zach Braff, which will come as no surprise to fans of his work, his comedic contributions are very present throughout.

It does, however, fail at being heartwarming, I feel like the whole film would have worked better without it, because it is difficult to gain an emotional connection with bank robbers. Plot devices, such as Joe's relationship with his granddaughter, or Albert's new love affair, fall flat at their attempts to make the audience feel.

The cast is phenomenal, the chemistry and immediate connection between Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin is stellar, the three of them clearly got along so well, and it is the main thing that makes this entire experience worthwhile.

It is laugh riot that had me in stitches on more than one occasion. Funny and very well casted, I would certainly recommend Going in Style to anyone looking for a good comedy.

Three elderly men decide to pull off a bank heist to get back at the banks for all they have done to them, but they must learn the trick of the trade first.

Best Performance: Michael Caine
Rating: B
When I saw that this movie was being released with this legendary cast, I was sure that it was going to be a blast. However, as reviews were coming out, the conclusion was that this was pretty much a mixed bag ... Well, I have to disagree with most critics because I do think this movie is super entertaining and that the critics are over-analyzing this great piece of art.

This is the type of movie where the cast plays a huge role. All of them, without a single exception, show how amazing they can be. Morgan Freeman is very compelling, Michael Caine is super captivating and Alan Arkin is the funniest of them all. Their characters are extremely well-developed, everyone gets a reason behind the decision of taking revenge against their bank and that elevates the film when the "action" is going down because I care so much about them.

The supporting cast is also amazing and they can't be forgotten: Ann-Margret remarkably plays Annie, a very funny waitress, Christopher Lloyd hilariously plays Milton, a crazy old man, and Joey King (Brooklyn) is compelling as Freeman's granddaughter. The chemistry of all cast is palpable and that alone deserves to be praised.

The plot is simple, there are some chuckles along the way and it's mostly fast-paced. The soundtrack is the surprise of the film for me, it's really cool and I honestly can't stop listening to it right now. Really good!

I don't want to say that this movie has flaws because this film wasn't created for someone to analyze every single detail and point out everything that is wrong with it. It's a family-friendly movie to watch at home on a Sunday afternoon when you just want to be entertained for an hour and a half.

From the very first scene together, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin prove how much the cast's chemistry is important to a film. This film isn't incredibly funny, it isn't nothing that I haven't seen before, it follows every cliché that one would expect and it even drags a little bit midway through ... That doesn't mean I can't have fun and be entertained by some very well-developed characters portrayed by three unbelievable legends. The supporting characters are also great, the soundtrack is pretty cool, the film is mostly fast-paced and the humor is more than enough to satisfy me. It's just a good movie!

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A Movie You Will Want to Own
Finally.....a movie without violence (yes, it is about a bank robbery,) sex or extreme profanity. LOVED this movie. Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and especially Alan Arkin are at their BEST. The acting is incredible, but the writing is magnificent. You will want to keep paper and pen handy to write down the one liners. Ann Margaret is a treasure to see on screen again. If you liked Little Miss Sunshine, you will love Going In Style. It's heartwarming, hilarious, sweet, endearing and so clever. Congratulations Zach directed a real winner!
A good enough movie
The story is interesting. It's well written. Zach Braff did well giving life to it. It was funny and heart touching. I personally liked the way Zach told the story a lot.

The three lead actors were impressive in their roles as we expect them to be. I think many of the scenes would fall apart without their acting class. They added a layer of emotion over the jokes happening in the scenes. They made this movie enjoyable throughout.

This is not the best comedy ever but this is good enough. I enjoyed every moment of it.
A touching tale
In a remake of the 1979 film, Michael Caine, Morgan freeman, and Alan Arlin playing three friends Joe, Williem and Albert, the three of the pm are retired workers in a steel mill and find out that their pension that they were suppose to be get is taken from them as a result of merger. The three friends each deal with their own problems, Joe having to deal with that possibility of losing his home due to foreclosure, Willie needing a kidney transplant and Albert being alone, however the trio decide to rob a bank as a way of taking back the pension that was stolen from them,
An above average entertaining film
With the main cast of this film I definitely had some interest in this film and I have now seen it and i found it entertaining but nothing special at all. The premise of the film sees 3 older men attempt to rob a bank after the bank takes there pensions away from them. Michael Caine is the lead in this film and he is just great in this film, you can see he cares about this role and adds a lot of humour and drama to his performance. Morgan Freeman and Alan arkin are also in the film and the chemistry between the three performers is excellent. You buy there friendship and there chemistry together as old friends going through this ridiculous scenario. However, the rest of the supporting cast don't really add a lot to this film and I found some of there arcs to be a little silly. The story has some real entertainment as You see these three older gentleman practise and plan out this robbery and with the performances it is very entertaining. However, this film is pretty by the numbers and the last 20 minutes aren't as interesting as they should be. The script has some fun dialogue with a bit of decent dramatic dialogue but I don't really feel it hit the drama enough at certain times during the film. The style has some fun scenes especially involving a supermarket heist that I laughed a lot during. But as mentioned before I feel like the last act dragged on and hurt the film quite a bit. Overall this film did it's job and it is a fun film but I don't really care if I ever see it again to be honest.
Sometimes funny but also disappointing as it was in 1979.
Three old guys plan a heist to help their dwindling finances and expunge the red envelopes from the bank. Filmmakers tried to make the comedy in 1979, which flopped. Zach Braf directs it now to no better results, but not for the actors not trying.

Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and Alan Arkin play the codgers with the significant charm of the actors making this mess bearable but no witty script to help beyond that. After too long a setup, the boys start planning, but not until they hit the bank does the comedy take off into comic land, albeit too briefly.

I could try to make Going in Style go in style with a fancy theme about the little guys fighting the impersonal, foreclosure-hungry banks, but that would be giving it too much credit. The few moments of humor are overshadowed by a formulaic story rescued by some interesting post-heist cover-your-tracks plans by the old guys.

The only scary heist is the price of admission to this clunker.
Going In Style (2017) Film Review
The new comedy caper film Going In Style about three pensioners who become bank robbers in a remake of a 1979 film of the same name starring Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin.

In Going In Style Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin team up for this heist movie with a difference! OAPs (Old Age Pensioners) Willie Davis (American actor Morgan Freeman - The Shawshank Redemption, Seven), Al Gardner (American actor Alan Arkin - Edward Scissorhands, Argo) and Joe Harding (English actor Michael Caine - The Italian Job, Get Carter) are all living unremarkable lives in New York, when one day they decide to spice things up a bit – by robbing a bank! Though none of them have ever done anything criminal in their lives before, all three pull off the heist, but no sooner do they make off with the loot than their age begins to catch up with them…

Garden State director (and Scrubs actor) Zach Braff helms this riotous remake of the beloved 1979 comedy. From Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin to American actor Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future films, The Addams Family films) as Milton a friend of Willie, Al and Joe and Swedish actress Ann-Margret (Viva Las Vegas, Any Given Sunday), the film is a rollcall of old-time stars. The script is by acclaimed St Vincent scriptwriter Theodore Melfi.

Amongst the other actors / actresses in Going In Style include American actor Matt Dillon (There's Something About Mary, Crash) as FBI Special Agent Hamer, American actress Joey King (Independence Day: Resurgence, White House Down) as Brooklyn like as in the New York borough Brooklyn Joe's granddaughter, English actor Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians Of The Galaxy, Spy) as Murphy Brooklyn's dad, American actress Maria Dizzia (While We're Young, True Story) as Rachel Harding Joe's daughter and Brooklyn's mum, American actress Siobhan Fallon Hogan (Men In Black, The Negotiator) as Mitzi who works in a diner where Joe, Willie and Al are regulars, American actor John Ortiz (Ransom, American Gangster) as Jesus, American actor Kenan Thompson (US TV Series Kenan & Kel, Snakes On A Plane) as a guy who works in a mini market, American actress Katlyn Carlson as Stacey, American actor Josh Pais (Phone Booth, I Saw The Light) as Chuck Lofton who works in a bank, Melanie Nicholls- King (Canadian TV Series Rookie Blue, US TV Series The Wire) as Cary Sachs, Ashley Aufderheide (US TV Series Preacher, High School Lover) as Kanika, Jeremy Bobb (The Drop, US TV Series The Knick) as Donald Lewis, Jeremy Shinder as Ezra, Annabelle Chow as Lucy, Nancy Sun as Mandy, Seth Barrish (True Story, How We Fell In Love) as Dr. Helton, Marlon Perrier as FBI Agent Cooper, Richie Moriarty as Kyle Kitson and American actor Richard Zavaglia (Bird, Where Sleeping Dogs Lie) as Ed Howe.

Overall Going In Style is a good really funny film filled with really funny moments / scenes, comedy, caper, tongue and cheek stuff, some swearing, some minor violence, friendship, family, togetherness, team work, chases on foot and in vehicles, some weird bizarre stuff, banks, robberies, a good mixture of different people and nationalities and other things throughout the film. So I will give Going In Style an overall rating of 3 out of 5 stars and I will say Going In Style is worth seeing if you like funny comedy films like War On Everyone, Why Him?, the Problem Child films, Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates, the Bean films, the Johnny English films, the Austin Powers films, the Ted films amongst others. So if you get the chance to see Going In Style in the cinema then you should go and see it sooner than later.
Come on these guys!
I just have to give it 10 just because it's 'these guys'. I think of Taiki Waititi's great 'Hunt for Wilderpeople' and 'What We Do In The Shadows' and his 'feel good uplifting movies' and join it with Zach Braff's 'Going in Style'. It's good to see an American director so talented to make me laugh and feel good and have fun without resorting to gimmicks. This is straight on brilliant work. Great dialogue. I don't think i heard a vulgar word and that's refreshing. A comedy. Once or twice i thought how robbers could give a bank employee PTSD in a real situation but pulled back in order to lighten up and realize 'i'm watching a show' which is tugging at my heart strings that know banks and corporate America are bilking us all the time and we all wish, secretly, we could rip them off and get away with it IF NOBODY GOT HURT. Ann Margaret, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin, Matt Dillon, Kenan Thompson etc etc etc. Everyone in this flick did an excellent job and i do think they had a blast making the show. I had a blast watching it. Light hearted, smoothly paced, well thought out, wonderfully directed. I loved the ending where i'm made to think Alan Arkin died. I loved that tension and the way Zach pulled the rug out from under me. I fully anticipated that Morgan or Alan died during the operation. So, the camera showed Michael Caine giving the 'eulogy' which wasn't a 'eulogy' at all (wedding speeches can sound like a way they are tee hee) but a mushy speech for Alan's marriage. This ending uplifted me even more and made for a perfect ending. Wonderful flick and probably a great date night, eh. Good job.
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