A criminal gang of old timers attempt to pull off the largest burglary in English history at an underground safe deposit facility with an estimated value of £200 million.


David Beton (as Ronnie Thompson)


Dean Lines (as Lines), Ray Bogdanovich (as Bogdanovich) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Goode ... XXX
Phil Daniels ... Danny Jones
Larry Lamb ... Brian Reader
Clive Russell ... Kenny Collins
David Calder ... Terry Perkins
Mark Harris ... Frank Baskin
Stephen Moyer ... Marcus Ford
Joely Richardson ... Erzebet Zslondos
Jack Doolan ... Judas-Jack
Warren Brown ... Senior Officer Trotter
David Garlick David Garlick ... Paul Reader
Sarah-Jane Crawford ... Emma Carter
James Helder James Helder ... Kelvin
Samuel Adewunmi ... Isaac (as Sam Adewunmi)
Scott Ansley Scott Ansley ... Sitting Teen


In April 2015, the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company, an underground safe deposit facility in London's Hatton Garden area, was burgled by 4 elderly men. The total stolen may have a value of up to £200 million, the incident has been called the "largest burglary in English history." Written by philip holden

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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The title of the restaurant where the main character meets a Hungarian mobster is not Hungarian. It is Lithuanian. (Berneliu Uzeiga or Shepherd's Inn in English). See more »


The heist took place in 2015 but you see the ex-copper driving around in a Range Rover with number plate GJ16 SHV, a 2016 registered vehicle. See more »


Teen On Bus: What are you looking at, grandad?
Brian Reader: Just a couple of cartoon characters.
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Version of King of Thieves (2018) See more »


Ain't Nothing But A Sting
Music By Lol Hammond and Duncan Forbes
Performed By Lol Hammond and Duncan Forbes
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As the drill bores through a wall, the film bores us all.

It's not clear exactly how closely 'The Hatton Garden Job (2017)' sticks to the true events it is based upon, given that it spends time dubiously setting up Hungarian gangsters and extortion-minded dirty cops as a danger to the composite character that serves as the protagonist. As such, it occupies the space between a straight realistic retelling and and an embellished crime caper while taking only the most boring elements of each. Though the editing and on-the-nose narration are clearly trying to recreate that 'Guy Ritchie' kind of style - and doing it poorly at that, even they can't liven up what eventually amounts to four blokes sat in a room while a drill bores through a wall and the flick bores the audience. On top of that, the characters are cardboard cut-outs without any real personality or motivation and the movie opts not to explore the moral questions raised by such an obviously criminal act - which is actually overtly glamorised here. 5/10

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14 April 2017 (UK) See more »

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