So, this movie has all the elements of stuff like this happening. There are three types of people in jail: Ones that committed the crime for fun, ones that did because they had no choice, and ones that either didn't do it or didn't mean to. Maybe that's four: I don't really know. Anyway, Maddie, Gus and Austin are the #2: Her dad is a former Mount Everest climber and owns a go-kart track, while her mom is manager of Hoobercraft Financial Bank, which is the most state-of the art bank in the U.S., holding 25 million dollars in paper. Well, Maddie's family is in need of 1% of that money when her dad falls ill and seems to have gotten a concussion that is so rare, all that money is necessary just for the operation, so of course this is in the U.S. (Remember, Canada, yay us, has free healthcare.) It's 250,000 dollars! The only way to get that money is to rob the bank, but it's just her, and her two friends, Gus and Austin, a starter mechanic and a whiz kid. It's apparently not important what happens after they pay the money: they'll pay them back. How is not important. They need the money now. A few things they do is trick the guards in charge of the cameras, make Go-Karts that are designed using XBOX controllers to disarm cops and go fast enough to go on the road.
This is a great idea for a movie, and I think we need more movies with similar ideas. There could've been improvements on the presentation, though. Such as how they make a trick with one of Maddie's mom's co-workers, making a presentation of him saying to turn an alarm off, or a magic word for how to get wroughtweillers or however you spell them, to cooperate, and it got extra lazy when Maddie was just shown the general code for getting in and such just by going to work with her mom. There is some good stuff here though, especially the idea of sending go-karts on the highway, or the way Maddie has to reach the (spoiler alert) safe. They also let their guard down at the end too much.
The truth is, that dream wasn't the only time I had a dream like that, where I was being chased by the authorities. I can imagine what it must be like on the run: the thing that would matter most would be teamwork, sticking by each other and sharing stolen money and sharing blankets. In short, I guess heist movies generally amuse me. I would've liked this one a lot more if it had substance.