How far can you go for the one you love? Well, “Ambulance” is a perfect movie that will make you offer an answer to this question. A thriller and action movie produced and directed by Michael Bay, who gave the viewers blockbusters like “Bad Boys” and “Transformers.”
‘Ambulance’: a quick peep in the storyline
Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Eiza González feature in this thriller. The narrative of this film centers on two brothers who heist a bank for money and then leave with a doctor to save everyone’s lives, including that of a wounded officer in an ambulance.
Two brothers decide to become bank robbers to get money to pay the medical bills of one’s wife. The situation rapidly becomes out of hand. After being shot, they depart the crime site after collecting $32 million in an ambulance with a paramedic and a seriously injured officer.
It adds a lot of drama, tension, and action to the picture, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.
The situation turns more upside down for brothers
The story is really with a gripping plot. The brothers strive hard to stay alive and return home. Now, they are caught in the crime, which the Los Angeles Police Department is pursuing. Jake is upset about this unhappening and unexpected turn of events. He feels bad for involving his brother in all this heist that can end either way. But it was too late to wish for amends. The scenario keeps on growing more and more complicated, endangering both of their lives. The end of the story is not revealed yet, but the drama, thrill, and passion in the movie will take the viewers by surprise.
‘Ambulance’ release details
The premiere date of Bay Films’ “Ambulance” at Cinema Theatre has been moved back two months to April 8, 2022. The studio hope for maximum box office earnings, as evidenced by this release date coming on President’s Day weekend. “Ambulance” is a remake of the same-named Danish film by Laurits Munch (2005).
According to a report from The West News, the film will now be released in Indian theatres on March 18, 2022. Following that are Australia, Brazil, and Germany on March 24, 2022, and the United Kingdom, Finland, Poland, and Sweden on March 25, 2022. It will also be published in the United States on April 8, 2022.