“Firewall” is little more than your average sub-par thriller; there is nothing special about it and offers little to the imagination.

The film stars Harrison Ford as a bank security executive who is forced to rob the bank he works for when his family is taken hostage by a group of criminals led by Paul Bettany (“A Beautiful Mind”).

Harrison Ford proves that even after 30 years of making movies, he still is not too old to play the hero anymore, and Bettany does an equally nice job playing opposite him as the cold-hearted villain who takes his family hostage.

“Firewall” isn’t necessarily a bad movie by any means, but the problem is the fact that there is nothing new here.

While it won’t win any awards anytime soon, it is good for two hours of entertainment, and little else.

– Joe Cunningham