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During the scene when Antonio Banderas is talking to Radha Mitchell at the Russian night club at around 26 minutes the mark, there is a techno remix of the traditional Russian folk song, "Korobeiniki". "Korobeiniki" is also the theme song for the Nintendo classic puzzle video game, "Tetris" See more »
(at around 1h 25 mins) Towards the end when the S-class Mercedes pulls up to the jet, the licence plate is a US plate but the Merc is a Euro model with larger licence plate backing and no US-spec lights. Evidently filmed in Bulgaria. See more »
Some people were born to compose music. Others to split the atom. I was born to steal shit.
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Written by Michael Yurchenko (aka Mike Mutantoff) (ASCAP)
Performed by Mike Mutantoff, Emergency Break, Maria Malyk
Published by Killective Records Publishing (ASCAP)
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What a big letdown. First off, I wasn't really expecting much out of this, the trailer wasn't really something but it has Freeman and Banderas in it, both I am a big fan of. As it turned out, it was all a big, fat failure of a heist movie. I always welcome recycled plot lines just as long as the execution brings something new to the table but in Thick as Thieves, there wasn't. We've all seen it before and the twist at the end, although you never see it coming within the movie, the shock factor was poorly executed.
I love all of Freeman's works but this one is at the end of the line. The chemistry between Banderas and Mitchell was off, there was no spark none whatsoever. Skip it, rent it but don't buy it. It's a waste of money.
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