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After the Sunset (2004)

PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Crime | 12 November 2004 (USA)
The story of what happens after a master thief achieves his last big score, when the FBI agent who promised he'd capture him is about to do just that.

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After a successful last score, a master thief retires to an island paradise. His lifelong nemesis, a crafty FBI agent, washes ashore to ensure he's making good on his promise. The pair soon enters into a new game of cat-and-mouse. Written by Anonymous

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diamond | fbi agent | fbi | island | thief | See All (157) »

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Who will walk away?

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Action | Comedy | Crime | Drama

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Rated PG-13 for sexuality, violence and language | See all certifications »

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12 November 2004 (USA)  »

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Al caer la noche  »

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Budget:

$58,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$11,100,392 (USA) (12 November 2004)

Gross:

$28,328,132 (USA) (28 January 2005)
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Max and Lola's beach house was built from scratch on a beach. See more »

Goofs

When Agent Lloyd is first trapped in the Suburban and Max is reversing it into the vehicle behind it, you can clearly see raised white lettering on the tires of Lloyd's Suburban. Just minutes later, when the Suburban is getting pushed off the street by the semi, the tires have changed to plain blackwalls with no white lettering. See more »

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Stan Lloyd: Just because you're English doesn't mean you have to hide your emotions.
Max Burdett: I'm Irish, we let people know how we feel. Now fuck off.
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Featured in Before, During and 'After the Sunset' (2005) See more »

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A Who Seh Me Dun
Written by Phillip 'Cutty Ranks' Thomas (as Philip Antonio Thomas)
Performed by Phillip 'Cutty Ranks' Thomas (as Cutty Ranks)
Courtesy of VP Music Group, Inc.
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Entertaining
2 June 2006 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

After the Sunset sees Pierce Brosnan play an ex-jewel thief in a simple "will the old pro come out of retirement for one last job" movie that is far more entertaining than its unoriginal premise sounds.

Pierce Brosnan takes to his dressed-down James Bond role very well, and the jokes and his style make him a very likable character. Woody Harrelson, the rival FBI agent, puts in a similarly enjoyable performance, and his inept bumblings around the island create some unexpected comic situations between the cop and the thief. It's the relationship between these two (and the compromising situations they find themselves in) that makes the film, as they antagonize each other and almost become buddies toward the end. Their encounters add something fresh and unexpected to the movie's simple formula and make it really entertaining.

Oh, and special mentions have to go out for Don Cheadle and Salma Hayek. Don's character is very funny, and he plays both sides of it well, and as for Salma...let's just say the directors are aware of what their male audience wants to see.

All in all, it's funny, quick, easy to follow, and contains enough little quirks to make After the Sunset an enjoyable and entertaining experience.


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