The Italian Job (1969)
Upon his release from prison, Charlie, a young successful and courageous thief, who has been recently released from prison and prepares for making the biggest robbery ever that he plans for stealing gold from Italy, by making a very clever plan to distract the government and securities, but he lacks for financial supports, so he goes to a mafia to help him.
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November 06, 2003 Very much of its time without ever looking too dated, The Italian Job embraces the classic caper set-up.Read in Source
May 06, 2008 The cast does its stuff to good effect. Coward, as the highly patriotic, business-like master crook, brings all his imperturbable sense of irony and comedy to his role.Read in Source
March 05, 2008 The gold is then stashed in a bus, and the predictable chase ensues.Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
January 01, 2015 Is there a film - certainly a British film - that delivers a greater infusion of pure joy than The Italian Job?Read in Source
June 24, 2006 As a modest fun movie, it works, much helped by deep casting contrasts and a nice sense of absurd proportions.Read in Source
April 21, 2010 Caine and Coward play a splendid game of verbal tennis, but by the final reel the laughs are lost in an anthology of dull and deafening car chases.Read in Source
New York Times
May 09, 2005 The film is technically sophisticated and emotionally retarded.
March 31, 2004 It's the sort of smoothly entertaining and slyly intelligent crowd-pleasing spectacle that will never go out of style.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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