In a certain neighborhood, there are certain bars, on which every once in a while considerable amount of money is dropped. You never know which bar, you don't know by who, and you never get to know how much. You do get to follow the life of one of people working in one of these bars. He goes by the name of Bob (Tom Hardy), and the bar has his cousin Marv's (James Gandolfini) name in it's billboard, but is actually owned by a bunch of shady Chechens.
One day Bob finds a beat up dog in a trash can, meets Nadia, owner of said trashcan (Noomi Rapace) and soon after Eric Deeds (Matthias Schoenaerts), previous owner of the beat-up dog left in said trash can.
Bob doesn't always seem too smart. He lives his own life, he doesn't say much, he does most of the work while Marv complains about all injustices in life, and eventually... it's time for the drop.
It was a laid-back type of action movie, with more contemplative scenes than with violence. Good acting, cold suburban sceneries, occasionally people, dialog, a glimpse into another side of the world that maybe you don't usually see, all very professional and reserved. Suspenseful even if it wasn't very eventful. Good watch.
rated 3/5: not bad