It passed the time, but other than that, the writing was funny at several points in the movie, but this wasn't a comedy...
1. Why did his Agent Ramos wear a wire? That whole scene at the end was unnecessary, and of course, he gets killed... Ramos could have just testified against Agent Nivens and put him away while cutting a deal for himself. No wire necessary...
2. Did the bad cop Agent Nivens really think he could just run and get away with $3m with no plan?
3. How could FBI agents be so stupid that they didn't notice security cameras at the storage facility?
4. How is it in 2021 that security footage isn't saved to the cloud?
5. Agent Nivens, your house was just blown up by a munitions expert, but somehow you think your car which is in the driveway is safe and then you jump in and drive away. Really?
6. If Tom Carter invested some of that $9m, he wouldn't have to work at all and could return all of it, but of course, he kept it in a storage facility in cash...
7. Okay FBI agents, you steal $9m, oh but wait, you forgot to count it and it's only $3m, really ? How dumb are you guys?
8. Agent Sam Baker, you walk into the hotel room, you notice Agent Nivens has his gun drawn for no apparent reason, what does your training tell you to do? Hmmmm, "stand in front of him so he can shoot me" sounds good.
There are at least 10 more major plot holes but I'm tired of typing. The fact that this movie has 4.5 stars tells me reviews are getting deleted or reviewers are so hungry for a new movie during Covid that their standards have plummeted to the very bottom.