I watched this film recently and was stunned by how
ridiculous it was. The plot outline is that Harrison's family are
held hostage forcing him (bank security guy) to help the bad guys
aquire bank details so they can transfer monies to their account.
The best bit had to be when he wired the scanning device from a
fax machine to an iPod (very up-to-date), then taped the scanner
to a "server screen". He then
proceeds to call up a colleage to ask them to run "the
maintainance program". Account details start scrolling
up his screen (very slowly). After a minute all is done and somehow
he OCRs the images and "runs them through
the merge program on the CD" which transfer monies,
counting the amount in a spinning digit / Hollywood sort of a way.
And that's it, it's as easy as that.
The whole film follows this rich vein of comedy. If it had been
made as a spoof it would have been funny. I hate films like this,
they're lazy and pointless. A thriller is only thrilling if it's
believeable - something you would have thought HF would have figured
out by now.