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A group of thieves attempt to rob an art gallery, but when plans backfire and one of the men winds up dead, the group head down south, running afoul of the law. Along the way, they meet up ... See full summary »
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A group of thieves attempt to rob an art gallery, but when plans backfire and one of the men winds up dead, the group head down south, running afoul of the law. Along the way, they meet up with a seductive con artist with ideas of her own. Written by Anonymous

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It was a simple $15 million art heist... until she walked into the picture.

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28 April 1998 (USA)  »

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David Caruso and Linda Fiorentino reunite after Jade (1995) from Paramount Pictures and William Friedkin. See more »

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Hobbs: [Chino has tossed Booker down a storm drain, & replaced the grate; Hobbs shoots Booker through the grate] He's good. Let's go
Chino: No. I think we should say somethin'. I mean c'mon, we're all Catholic, you know
Hobbs: [looks down to] Booker? Earlier, Chino tried to grab your cock; I wouldn't let 'im. Amen.
[to Chino]
Hobbs: 'K? Let's go
Chino: Amen
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Interesting combination of art theft and road trip.
15 May 2000 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

Following his release from prison, Pike (Ving Rhames) teams up with Crane (Forest Whitaker), an old partner in crime, along with Hobbs (David Caruso), Booker (Donnie Wahlberg, Chino (John Leguizamo)to set up an art theft from a museum. Chino's greed during the heist causes it to go awry resulting in Crane's death and a narrow escape with the stolen items. Only Crane and Pike knew the fence to whom the stolen items were to be fenced for $15M. The balance of the movie consists of the remaining four partners attempting to transport the items to Miami to the fence, via car, with attempts to take a bus, and a train which don't pan out due to various personality conflicts among the thieves and results in one partner killing another who winds up in the trunk of the car.

While en route, the now-threesome picks up Natalie (Linda Fiorentino) who adds another point of conflict among the thieves. The heist itself is shown in flashbacks during the trip. There is definately violence in the movie resulting from the conflicts among the thieves and Natalie. I found the movie to be engrossing throughout with interest in the interaction between the thieves; edgy, violent, keeps you guessing, a good ending, and good performances by all. * * * 1/2 out of * * * * *


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