Confidence

Theatrical Release: April 25, 2003
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Synopsis

Confidence is a contemporary crime drama with high action about con man Jake Vig (Edward Burns) and his cohorts who begin the movie by swindling thousands of dollars unknowingly from a mobster. Once their clued in, they go to the mob boss, King (Dustin Hoffman), to make amends and avoid being killed. Allow them a chance to get off the hook, King enlists them for a bigger job — taking millions from a bank owner. Since the stakes are so high in this more elaborate sting, Jake recruits a pickpocket named Lily (Rachel Weisz). Although it looks like they won’t to pull off the scam, Jake and the gang prove to be smarter than they first appear. But federal agent Gunther Butan (Andy Garcia) is trailing Jake and the gang.

Dove Review

Confidence is highly entertaining, but Dove cannot recommend it due to its morally offensive elements: an abundance of foul language, violence and sexual content.

Content Description

Info

Company: Lionsgate
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 98 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Lynn Nusser