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
When Max and Stan are fishing on the boat Max catches a shark, once Stan touches it and finding out it is still alive he shoots it several times while telling it the Mirada rights. The bullets should have gone through the fish and penetrated the floor and hull of the ship. Next scene you see them pulling into the dock with seemingly no issues with the bullet penetrations. See more »
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 »
The world is divided up between people who like to watch the sunset and those who don't.
People like you are never happy.
You're anxious, type-A, egocentric perfectionists who can't sit still and die alone with a million bucks and a thousand regrets.
The people who can relax, enjoy the sunset, hold hands at the end of the day...
They're the happy ones.
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"After the sunset" is surely not a demanding film...and none of us expected to be one. Take Pierce Brosnan - a great showman and a guy with asense of humor, add sexy as she's ever been Salma Hayek, add Woody Harrelson in good form, top it off with decent screenplay that does not take itself too seriously or risk falling into pretentious or shallow territory and you have yourself a very entertaining little piece of movie-making. There's not much to discuss about After the sunset. It has a lot of funny moments, at times it's silly and implausible but you don't really have time to think about that. It's without doubt not the best movie Pierce, Salma or Woody have made, but it's far from the worst either. If you're looking for an hour and a half of casual entertainment with solid performances, script and directing go see it...you'll feel pretty good after you do :)
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