Critic Consensus: From its clichéd story to Bruce Willis' rote performance, Marauders is a crime thriller content to settle for merely competent -- a goal it all too rarely achieves.
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as Agent Jonathan Montgomery
as Zach Derohan
as T.J. Jackson
as Bradley Teegan
as James Jackson
as Antonio Leon
as Vanessa Adler
as Chris Hall
as Agent Sanders
as Automated Crime Voice
as Hubert's Wife
as FBI Field Agent
as Cop #1
Critic Reviews for Marauders
Meloni does the best that he can with his clichéd role, and the supporting players occasionally manage to convey that they actually care about the material, which is more than anyone else will be able to say.
Marauders suffers from an affliction that's increasingly rare, if not unique, in the annals of modern gritty cop thrillers -- it is all plot and no drama.
It's a bank-robbery thriller and a "political" exposé all at once: No wonder this overly elaborate potboiler turns into a muddle.
It's pulp, but it has real actors doing real acting in a gritty story -- which is a lot more than can be said for some of the much more high-profile buddy cop movies of the last couple of years.
One assumes that every film has a creative impetus at some point in its production, but it's incredibly hard to find one buried underneath this morally vile, incompetently made thriller.
Audience Reviews for Marauders
Good bank robbery film. Not a great film by any means, but the bank robbery scenes are pretty damn awesome.
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