Gal, Deedee, Aitch and Jackie, having left behind respective lives of ill-repute, bask in the sun of Spain and in the most essential brand of leisure. A hazy yarn of barbecues, beer and botched hunting expeditions make up their retirements, until a sudden and unforeseen disruption emerges from their past. Enter the childishly violent and hilariously edgy Don Logan. Through a series of side-splitting negotiations and irrevocable acts, retired crook Gal is forced to shake off the rust and accept one last mission, put forth by the menacing Logan, his ex-mentor. A heist of legendary proportion and personal implications, this job should make for one hell of an encore.Written by
When the rock rolls down the hill and almost hits Gal, we see it passing at his right side. But when the rock falls in the pool, it's clearly at his left side. See more »
[Gal is sunbathing by poolside]
Oh, yeah. Bloody hell. I'm sweating in here. Roasting. Boiling. Baking. Sweltering. It's like a sauna. Furnace. You can fry an egg on my stomach. Ohh, who wouldn't lap this up? It's ridiculous. Tremendous. Fantastic. Fan-dabby-dozy-tastic.
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Written by Henry Mancini
Performed by Henry Mancini & His Orchestra
Used by Permission of RCA Records / BMG Entertainment
Published by Universal Music Publishing Limited
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18 years ago I think I thought of it as another flashy, profane, British gangster movie with an astonishing performance by Ben Kingsley.
Now I think it's one of the best flashy, profane, creative and well written, British or not, heist movies made.
With an astonishing performance by Ben Kingsley.
Everybody's good. Behind and in front of the camera
What really surprised me was how good it is now, how well made it is that it could have been released this week and there'd be nothing to complain about.
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