The Drop Synopsis
Bob Saginowski finds himself at the center of a robbery gone awry and entwined in an investigation that digs deep into the neighborhood's past where friends, families, and foes all work together to make a living - no matter the cost.
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Movie Reviews

The Drop

By babynicki1111
It was a strange little movie. I went to see it because I love Tom Hardy, and I was drawn to the part of the storyline where his finding an abandoned/abused puppy helps him to redirect his life. The...

Tom Hardy is amazing again!

By archerman
Well written crime drama with great cinematography. Excellent acting from all, especially Hardy....

the drop

By tc11003
Excellent film .gandolfini and tom hardy excellent. Sad to see james so heavy . time went fast in film . u know its good then...

James Gandolfini's Last Hoorah

By fhayzeb
This was a movie in which James Gandolfini played a supporting actor role to perfection. You have to pay close attention throughout, and actually really be able to "think," to follow the subtleties...

long a bit boring but can be intense

By tjsage
If you are looking for lots of action this is no the one for you. There are several twists and turns in the story and it will keep you guessing if you pay total attention, but something to watch and...


By bcharn
DONT waste your money! This movie went NOWHERE and In a hurry! And you call that ending a climax??? Sad...

Masterpiece, Crime Drama Full Price

By joecorso35

The Drop

By tshnkns
I thought it was awful. We only wanted to see it because of James Gandofini, would've been better just to watch an old episode of Sopranos instead....


By leherpdederp

waste of time AND money

By lydfigznyc
dont do it! i wouldnt of even watched this flick for free on basic cable. bad acting, very poor storyline and just horrible OVERALL. time i will never get back!...

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Rated R | For Some Strong Violence and Pervasive Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Hard crime drama is well written/acted but violent.
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