Wrong Place, Wrong Time is bad on every level. The acting, cast, writing, pacing...it's all dreadful.
Examples of how horrible this film is, a group of supposed combat specialists decides to not just rob a cartel. They rob some of the biggest cartels and organized crime groups in the world in order to set up one major heist to the tune of billions with the leader of the group suggesting that they each could buy their way out of any trouble when the cartels come looking for them. Also keep in mind that the CIA and FBI are looking for them too and it's revealed that they've been burned. Meaning their identities have been exposed to all who want them dead. It's one of the most idiotic heist schemes I've ever heard and an example of how incredibly stupid the story is. A group could steal all of the money in the world, there is absolutely no way ANY cartel, mob, Yakuza, Triad etc is going to let that group live after the fact. The idea of buying their way out from organized crime vengeance with the money they stole FROM ORGANIZED CRIME...that's some really bad writing there.
Of course the big heist goes wrong, we don't get to see it as an audience because, this film is strictly low budget fare. But everything is just backwards and stupid as the film progresses. The group is in a get-away vehicle, with opposition on their trail. They have an injured member bleeding out in the back. It's stated multiple times that he's not going to make it and they can't carry dead weight with the plan to get to a pier. Except they don't go to a pier, they pull up in front of some house. They don't kill/dump the injured teammate, they start talking about getting him to a doctor/hospital. I'm like, ohhhhkay.
In the house they find two people tied up and sitting at a counter. Big red flag. The group doesn't care. One member goes to check the car for a tracker and finds one. She stated they were being tracked since the heist began. So, there's a rat in the group. No one cares. You would think that this would cause the group to move with some urgency, get out of the house, implement their escape plan? Right? No. They're meandering around the house like no one is looking for them. One of their number goes missing after being murdered by a vampire (yeah, it's absurd) and no one seems to care. The injured member of their team dies, then turns into a vampire. He's killed with a stake to the heart and a too long death sequence but there's still no urgency. The remainder of the group kinda just goes with it. They witness a cop getting carried away by a vampire that promptly rips her apart while airborne but these people STILL can't seem make a move to leave the house? They STILL can't seem to move with any urgency? Yet they're supposed to be combat specialists?
Wrong Place, Wrong Time is a really bad film. 1*, it's so bad I couldn't even have it on as filler while I was working on other things. It's annoyingly bad. Do yourself a solid and pass on this one.