Nic Cage dons the wire specs to play Kyle Miller, a workaholic diamond merchant who does deals from behind the wheel of his Porche to the cost of his relationship with wife Sarah (Kidman) and bolshie daughter Avery (Trust’s Liberato).
One day a couple of cops come calling at his architect wife-designed des res to warn of a spate of burglaries. But they’re not really cops and burst in, knocking Kyle and Sarah to the floor and demanding he opens the safe.
However, what appears to be a straightforward if brutal hold up turns into something else entirely when the gang gradually reveal who exactly is behind the rather fetching mesh masks.
The leader is Elias (Mendelsohn) who – despite the tough talk and waving handguns – appears in thrall to the meat-headed Ty (Mihok), a goon who you suspect may really be calling the shots.
Next up is Elias’s brother Jonah (Gigandet), a psychotic hoodlum who’s been casing Kyle’s house posing as a alarm installer and has convinced himself that Sarah’s in love with him.
Completing the gang is Petal (Spiro), an unhinged pole dancer whose sole function at the robbery appears to be disappearing upstairs to try on Sarah’s frocks when she’s not toking on a crack pipe.