Cold Comes the Night (2013)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama, Thriller

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A struggling motel owner and her daughter are taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal to be his eyes as he attempts to retrieve his cash package from a crooked cop.

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  • Bryan Cranston in Cold Comes the Night (2013)
  • Logan Marshall-Green in Cold Comes the Night (2013)
  • Alice Eve in Cold Comes the Night (2013)
  • Bryan Cranston and Alice Eve in Cold Comes the Night (2013)
  • Bryan Cranston in Cold Comes the Night (2013)
  • Alice Eve in Cold Comes the Night (2013)

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20 January 2014 | cosmo_tiger
| Had potential but became a generic "let's get my money or else" movie. Not horrible but Cash and Pressed were much better
"Good help is hard to find." Chloe (Eve) is a hotel owner who is not only struggling to keep her life together but also to keep her daughter with her. Her day goes from bad to worse when after being threatened by child protective services a murder occurs in one of her rooms. As if that isn't bad enough a man named Topo (Cranston) knew the man who was killed and the vehicle that had his money was taken by the cops. He enlists the help of Chloe and the two of them set out to get the money back...or Amy will lose her daughter forever. There have been many many movies with this idea, someone loses something important to them and an innocent stranger must help them get it back. The difference in this one is...the cast. I'm not saying they were great I'm saying this one had a different cast. On the other hand though the cast is really one of the reasons why this is watchable. Alice Eve is believable as a woman who will do anything to save her daughter. Cranston tries his best to be a creepy tough guy but comes off as being flat. This is a movie that had potential but again became another generic "let's get my money or else" movie. Overall, not horrible but the movies Cash and Pressed were much better. I give this a B-.

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