Two Russian gangsters conspire to rob a casino but their plans are bungled when two corrupt cops - in on the daring heist - are killed. Fortunately, with the help of their girlfriends, the robbery is back on.
But when the gangsters find the girls in bed together they kick them out. Now the girls devise a plan of their own. The three women outsmart their unsavoury ex-boyfriends to go ahead with the heist.
This is their big chance... can they do it?
This movie had a good plot, however I didn't feel connected with the movie. I felt the movie moved at a slow pace, and failed to deliver the action.
I found the movie too predictable, all there was to it was gunfire, corrupt cops and backstabbing girl friends.
I'm not a fan I'm sorry. I really was hoping it would be better than it turned out to be.
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