The Italian Job
Action • PG-13 • 2003 • 1 hr 50 min
i love seth green in this mvoie cause he is silly and awesome and pretty cool dot dot question mark yes exclamation mark yep what can i say,
Underrated heist movie and film remake. Solid casting with chemistry, chaos and comedy to keep you entertained. I wish they made a sequel.
What you see is what you get. It’s a caper movie. Lots of action, but not a ton of heart. The ending feels a little abrupt.
Very charismatic. Just the right amount of star power. Exciting and inventive chases and heists (in the spirit of the original). Fun watch.
Although there isn’t an essence of rewatch ability here, it’s still fun and I recommend you watch it once.
Pretty good little caper movie. Takes some planning to pull off a good heist. Hollywood heavy hitters in this film.
Band of quirky criminals assimilate in a variation akin to Oceans Eleven and attempt the “heist of a lifetime” in an unconventional way
this was good I’ve not seen the original but I loved this one got to hate Norton’s character…well that and the hulk (long story).fun see it!
A movie full of great actors, suspension and a rather unexpected plottwist.
One of my favorite heist movies. 10/10 recommend.
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