Even a burst of action at the conclusion isn’t enough to bring this one back to life. The robbery itself has little urgency or stakes, and it’s often sloppy and unclear what the actors plan to do with the gold (a problem exacerbated by the audio and visuals drifting in and out of sync after being fixed every 10 minutes). The only compliment I can provide on The Misfits is that at least those involved appear to be aware of how bad it is. Unfortunately, the film is horrible, not cheaply produced and enjoyable. IMDB
The Misfits is a horrible film with a story (written by Robert Henny and Kurt Wimmer) that began out as one thing before morphing into something else completely, probably after Pierce Brosnan agreed to sleepwalk his way through his performance. Yes, there is no nice way to put it, but practically everyone involved in the film does a terrible job acting. Jamie Chung and Hermione Corfield appear to be the only ones attempting to help, but there appears to be nothing that can be done. The preparation for the self-heist doesn’t start until over 40 minutes in, which means we spend a lot of time getting to know people who are defined by a single trait and are offered awkward jokes.