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A decent heist movie has to share a sense of discovery, camaraderie, and contained panic, allowing the audience to feel the pressurized atmosphere of crime and the nervous energy of its participants. “Kidnapping Mr. Heineken” doesn’t have much in the way of excitement or grit, stuck in a cycle of repetition with crooks that come across as interchangeable, while the crime at hand turns into more of a waiting game than a battle of tempers. A nondescript cast, featuring a coasting Anthony Hopkins performance, doesn’t help the cause, finding “Kidnapping Mr. Heineken” chasing a pulse-pounding pace without success, missing critical tension as bad men plan out a wicked crime. Read the rest at


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