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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.... (Full plot summary below)

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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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Cinema Signals - 10/10 by Jules BrennerThe drama of this mean-streets tale is told on the deceptively gentle face of Tom Hardy. Don't let him out of your sight. (Not that you'll be able to.)
Tri-City Herald - 10/10 by Gary WolcottTom Hardy continues to stretch and James Gandolfini's last movie is deadly intense.
Times (UK) - 10/10 by Wendy IdeThere's something especially poignant about watching an actor who is no longer with us doing, one final time, what he did best.
Birmingham Mail - 10/10 by Graham YoungThe Drop is predictable but this portrait of greed and ambition on the mean streets of New York hits most of the right menacing notes.
TheWrap - 9/10 by Alonso DuraldeAt one point during the press screening, in fact, I almost jotted down "watered-down Dennis Lehane" until I remembered that Lehane himself actually wrote this script, based on his short story "Animal Rescue."
Salon.com - 9/10 by Andrew O'HehirI found this dark odyssey through an amoral dream Brooklyn curiously invigorating; it's a masterful construction that held me rapt from first shot to last, that builds intense electrical energy and then releases it.
Wall Street Journal - 9/10 by Joe MorgensternMr. Hardy's Brooklyn accent is not only flawless — a Londoner by birth, he's a vocal chameleon who played a Welshman in "Locke" — but tinged, I do believe, with a blithe, spot-on tribute to a blue-collar guy from another borough, Ernest Borgnine's immortal Marty. Here's a far-from-minor performance by a major star in the making.
Cleveland Plain Dealer - 9/10 by Clint O'ConnorHardy delivers an excellent, slow-simmering performance, and the rest of the cast is first-rate. But "The Drop" is not the most thrilling of dramas.
Village Voice - 9/10 by Chuck WilsonThe Belgian Roskam, making only his second feature film, and his first in English, displays remarkable assurance, with both the actors and the film’s very American setting. He creates an escalating sense of dread, tinged with Lehane’s brand of mordant humor.
Las Vegas Review-Journal - 9/10 by Christopher LawrenceThe Drop is a small, slow-burning character study stuffed with fully realized, lived-in characters. And it further bolsters the case for Hardy's status as the film world's finest actor whom the average moviegoer still can't quite place.

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