All in all, I have to say this is the best drama-suspense movie I have seen in years, even though it was released in 2010, and I am making this review in 2017. Russel Crowe is superb as a stunned husband, and father, who just couldn't accept the guilty conviction of his wife in the murder of her boss, and decides that he isn't going to rest, knowing she would be imprisoned for life. Enter Liam Neeson who, although plays a VERY SHORT appearance in the film, 'counsels' Russel Crowe on how to break someone out of prison, as he (Neeson) is a former prison escapee.
From there, the film becomes almost nightmarish in the 'what's next' aspect, as with every turn of event, you almost think Russel Crowe's character will either give up on the notion of breaking his wife out of prison, or he will get himself killed trying. From murdering a meth-lab owner for the money he needed to pull it all off, to getting beat up, and robbed, you just never know what to expect as this one evolves, which earns it my highest rating of 10.
I don't usually go this much into detail with my reviews, but this one definitely kept me on the edge of my seat. Each time I had to get up, and pause the movie, I had to rush through whatever it was I had to do, just to get back to the movie, so I wouldn't lose pace, or track of what had been happening when I paused it. This one is definitely worth a watch, and even watched a couple more times.