All in all, I liked the Hillbilly touch to the movie and how strong the characterization was for the main cast. Their plot seemed simple and complicated at the same time and makes one root for the success blue collar little guys who manage to pull off a scheme of this magnitude. It was’t as intense as other heist movies but it held its own in the genre. There was no need for villains or other family issues, just good, just a good old fashioned heist brilliantly executed, filled with tons of good humor. Plus, Sadie’s surprise for her daddy at the pageant really got me to tear up. Awww!
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