If you’ve been hungry for an intellectual flick then this right here is what you have been hunting for. Just like the title suggests, it is surely resistant to fools. It stars Kevin (Ryan Reynolds), Sam (Kristin Booth) and Rob (Joris Jarsky) members of a theoretical group, which plots break-ins. They study, research and rehearse as many times as it takes them to come up with a foolproof break-in plan. Funny thing is they don’t carry out the plans and just find fun in knowing that they can if they wanted. But someone greedy and mean (Leo (David Suchet) has been watching them and decides to manipulate their smartness – he steals their current plan and blackmails them into pulling off a real multi-million dollar heist for him. Leo is cruel to them and is willing to kill anyone who tries to sabotage his plan. All the fun is sucked out of the plan since Leo actually wants to carry out the plan. The guy is smart, he learns about all their attempts to stop his strategy and becomes very strict. They are pushed to the wall and try to obey him to the letter. At the end of the day, it becomes a dangerous game of wits but who is the biggest brain of them all? You’ve got to watch the movie to find out.