In this modernized reappropriation of Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn novels, the former (Adam Nee) and the latter (Kyle Gallner) are now grown-up rascals—a corrupt cop and petty criminal, respectively—who reunite their ragtag posse called the Band of Robbers to find buried treasure they’ve been searching for since childhood. Cowritten and codirected by Nee and his brother Aaron, this comedic caper resembles Wes Anderson’s jaunty Bottle Rocket in plot, style, and a dusty-bright visual aesthetic, but it’s infused with Twain’s acerbic humor. The action, told through five chapters and an epilogue, is filled with familiar characters from Twain’s novels that have been cleverly tweaked to fit the transposed narrative, often to surprising effect. With Stephen Lang, Matthew Gray Gubler, and Hannibal Buress.