Ambulance Movie Review
Danny is about to do a bank heist and when Will comes to him for help, he quickly includes him in the heist and convinces him to go.
Will Sharp, played by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, is struggling to pay for his wife’s medical bills. He tries reaching insurance companies and his vet agencies to no avail. Despite being a decorated war hero, he cannot get the help he needs and resorts to seeking out his half-brother, Danny Sharp, played by Jake Gyllenhaal. The movie is directed by Michael Bay.
Danny is about to do a bank heist and when Will comes to him for help, he quickly includes him in the heist and convinces him to go. The two, together with Danny’s crew, get to the bank and carry on the heist. A police officer gets in the cross hairs and is injured. The crew’s exit becomes overly problematic and Danny and Will have to hijack an ambulance as their method of escape.
Inside the ambulance, there is the injured policeman, an EMT lady by the name of Cam, played by Eiza Gonzalez, and the two brothers. The brothers have to escape as fast as they can while doing their best to ensure that the police officer doesn’t die.
Danny hitches a plan with one of his dad’s former associates by the name of Papi to help him escape the police chase. Papi organizes an ambush against the police that he terms ‘Papi Special’. Things, however, don’t go to plan and Papi isn’t treated so special himself.
An adrenaline-filled and entertaining movie, Ambulance is a proper action film with quite an interesting storyline. We rate it 8/10 and even without being told, you can already figure out it has director Michael Bay’s special touch. We loved the movie and the acting was also fantastic, esp from Jake, Yahya, and Eiza. Enjoy.