Triple Frontier (2019)
Critic Consensus: An outstanding cast and ambitious story help Triple Frontier overcome an uneven narrative -- and elevate the end result above a crowded field of grim and gritty heist thrillers.
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as Tom "Redfly" Davis
as Santiago "Pope" Garcia
as William "Ironhead" Miller
as Ben Miller
as Francisco "Catfish" Morales
as Lauren Yates
as Gabriel Martin Lorea
as Retainment Officer
as Biker MMA
as 2nd Shooter
as Helicopter Businessman
as Captain Diego
as Tess Davis
as Lorea Guard #7
as Lead Guard
as Cantina Thug
Critic Reviews for Triple Frontier
With Chandor doubling as director the movie looks great but makes surprisingly little of the personal conflicts that arise.
Alas, just as broken clocks have their moments of accuracy, even the most gifted directors occasionally offer up disappointments. Such is the case with J.C. Chandor's fourth film, Triple Frontier.
Triple Frontier doesn't entirely manage to transcend the traps of action movie, but there's more to it than meets the eye.
This very good analysis of American imperialism and its devastatingly insidious effects on the individuals it ensnares into its web is frustratingly only about half of Triple Frontier.
Triple Frontier makes a decent stab at looking beyond the usual ambitions of the genre. There's thought behind all this gun-toting.
Audience Reviews for Triple Frontier
Triple Frontier seems to want to say some important things about the way the US simultaneously uses its soldiers to enforce its will on other nations, yet also completely fails to take care of said soldiers, especially after they've retired. But that really seems like an afterthought in a pretty baseline classic heist formula. Nobody fails Triple Frontier particularly, it just gets lost trying to pick between a brodown and a message.
Some retired Special Forces guys, hard up for cash and back in the States (moaning about how they were used and then discarded), decide on one more mission: to rob a drug dealer in South America and keep the money for themselves - "to even the score". A heist film. The first part of it is about them finding the rationale (which they already had), the second part is about their action and escape. There are scenes of tension, but the work feels uneven, disjointed. Oscar Issac delivers a decent turn. Affleck doesn't seem like he wants to get off of the couch and go outside.
Star-studded Netflix action flick that starts out slowly but once it found its footing, things get pretty exciting. Having the supposed climax of the film happen rather early on makes everything coming after that pleasantly unpredictable. Thoroughly entertaining and with interesting characters, the viewer is gladly on board for the ride. Some parts play out maybe a tad too quickly, but overall the experience is pretty satisfying and even calls for a sequel.
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