The title says it all in this cheap, laborious junior heist thriller from British B-movie journeyman Julian Gilbey.
As mindless entertainment goes, it's a pretty watchable time-passer.
A frothy little heist movie from Britain that starts off with great promise, only to devolve midway into an empty derivative shell of a film.
It's hard to escape the sense that "Plastic" is itself a cheap knockoff, but the point is not to look too closely.
For a film with shootouts, heists, and high-speed chases, Julian Gilbey's Plastic is a strangely lifeless affair.
All champagne and strippers, conspicuous consumption and witless machismo, Plastic is a contemporary British heist movie that already feels dated, as if it were made before the bubble burst on Guy Ritchie's comic book gangster voyeurism.
It's a zippy, sometimes entertaining ride with a fun start.