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it is about some people trying to steal something out of a moving rotating bank. The bank rotates about 30-60 minutes (I forget the exact time) to rotate the bank so no one can guess the right path towards the center of the bank .

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Do you mean bank, or bank vault? So this is a science-fiction movie, or action movie? Do you know when you saw it - any other features of it you can remember? – iandotkelly Feb 16 '14 at 1:42
I think this was a bank , rotating bank. then the treasure ( i forgot if it was gold or money ) . It was an action movie, i think there were only 2 person who attempt to try and steal that thing. First was the one who tries to steal it and the other does the thinking. I think is saw it from around 2010-2011. – derpallo Feb 16 '14 at 1:52

This maybe completely wrong but there is a film called 'The Cube' that takes place in a rotating cube.

7 complete strangers of widely varying personality characteristics are involuntarily placed in an endless kafkaesque maze containing deadly traps.

This is possibly a shot in the dark because:

  1. There are more than 2 people.
  2. It doesn't take place in a bank vault.
  3. They are trying to leave the cube, not enter it.

The only link to what you have mentioned is the rotating room part, every so often the cube shifts and the door they must use to escape changes; I posted it in case you had possibly misremembered the film premise.

It is a good film if you are a fan of rooms that move so is worth a watch.

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+1 for It is a good film if you are a fan of rooms that move – Crow T Robot Jun 19 '14 at 16:23

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