1 A Simple Plan (1998)
They accidentally find a pile of cash, doing everything to escape the police in search of the money.
What initially seems like a stroke of luck ends up pitting them against each other, destroying a united family and friends, where relationships become as cold as the snow that surrounds the wonderful locations.
An excellent film by Sam Raimi, a noir far removed from the playful and colorful atmosphere of Spiderman, a film where human greed prevails over everything.
2 48 Hrs. (1982)
One is prisoner on the loose for a couple of days, the other a rude cop looking for a dangerous criminal escapee.
But the fugitive is also looking for something, money from an old robbery done before prison, willing to wipe out anyone who comes between him and his treasure.
A crackling film that launched the career of Eddie Murphy who together with Nick Nolte form one of the best buddy movies in the history of cinema, from an icon director of cinema like Walter Hill.
3 Armored (2009)
They are a group of friends who have been honestly working as guards on armored trucks for years.
But when the opportunity presents itself to get their hands on a pile of easy money, they all agree to carry out the robbery of life. All but one.
An excellent atypical heist movie where cops and thieves merge into a single category and friendship is annihilated by the mirage of easy money.