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The Italian Job

The plot of this movie is centred upon how Charlie Croker and his crew get double crossed by their own crew member. They are now planning revenge by plotting an extensive gold theft.
Actors: Simon Rhee,
Simon Rhee
Simon Rhee 28 October 1957, San Jose, California, USA
Cristiano Bonora,
Cristiano Bonora
Cristiano Bonora
Ryan B. Adams,
Ryan B. Adams
Ryan B. Adams
Terrelle Jones,
Terrelle Jones
Terrelle Jones
Charlize Theron,
Charlize Theron
Charlize Theron 7 August 1975, Benoni, Transvaal, South Africa
Erik Walker,
Erik Walker
Erik Walker 10 June 1977, The Bronx, New York, USA
Shawn Fanning,
Shawn Fanning
Shawn Fanning 1980, Brockton, Massachusetts, USA
Olek Krupa,
Olek Krupa
Olek Krupa 18 March 1947, Rybnik, Slaskie, Poland
Tammi Cubilette,
Tammi Cubilette
Tammi Cubilette
Joel Homan,
Joel Homan
Joel Homan November1994, USA
Oscar Nuñez,
Oscar Nuñez
Oscar Nuñez 18 November 1958, Cuba
Genre: ActionThrillerCrime
Director: F. Gary Gray
F. Gary Gray
F. Gary Gray 17 July 1969, New York City, New York, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2003
IMDb: 7.0
Duration: 111 min
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CRITICS OF "The Italian Job"
Observer (UK)

May 06, 2008

Gary Gray's version is tauter, better made but insufficiently idiosyncratic to attract a cult following.
Time Out

February 09, 2006

Itresembles a film made up on the fly. The cast, too, are strictly cut from comic books. Don't expect any unconventional endings either.
Big Picture Big Sound

December 27, 2007

Gray adds some zip to this remake of the 1969 Michael Caine caper flick, but despite two clever action sequences and some uncharacteristically tight performances from his cast (most notably Charlize Theron and Mark Wahlberg), the con remains the same.
Village Voice

June 03, 2003

Wide-open absurdity would've helped; instead, there's a clotting of musical interludes and a general air of stoic grit.
Urban Cinefile

October 18, 2008

The Italian Job turns out well, a fast and entertaining caper designed to give you a couple of fun hours.
Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Exciting heist film for teens and their families.
Chicago Reader

May 06, 2008

This one offers some agreeably mindless fun in which the villains (including Norton) are truly villainous, the payback is satisfying in a purely infantile way, and the familiarity of everything is oddly comforting.
New York Observer

July 08, 2003

A strangely satisfying though completely preposterous caper movie.
Cinema Crazed

April 29, 2009

A fun bit of action comedy with a bang up cast.
New York Magazine/Vulture

August 07, 2004

This unglamorous approach has the odd effect of making them seem more glamorous -- we're free to soak up their star quality because there's no hard sell to fight off.

January 09, 2010

It is in Gray's spirited execution that such by-the-book formula makes for a brisk, slick entertainment hits the summer movie spot.
Rolling Stone

June 05, 2003

A tricked-out remake of a heist flick that was already flat and formulaic in 1969.