The Italian Job (2003) Full Movie

The Italian Job
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The Italian Job (2003) : Charlie Croker pulled off the crime of a lifetime. The one thing that he didn't plan on was being double-crossed. Along with a drop-dead gorgeous safecracker, Croker and his team take off to re-steal the loot and end up in a pulse-pounding, pedal-to-the-metal chase that careens up, down, above and below the streets of Los Angeles.

Title The Italian Job (2003)
Release Date May 30, 2003
Genres ,
Production Company De Line Pictures, Working Title Films, Paramount
Production Countries United Kingdom, United States of America
Casts Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton, Jason Statham, Seth Green, Yasiin Bey, Donald Sutherland, Boris Lee Krutonog, Franky G, Gawtti, Olek Krupa
Plot Keywords venice, italy, california, helicopter, parent child relationship, austria, mountain, gold, subway, hacker, chase, safe, remake, caper, revenge, murder, heist, double crossed, boat chase, los angeles, california, explosion, convict, hollywood sign, television repair, mini cooper
Charlie Croker
Charlie Croker
Mark Wahlberg
Stella Bridger
Stella Bridger
Charlize Theron
Steve
Steve
Edward Norton
Handsome Rob
Handsome Rob
Jason Statham
Lyle
Lyle
Seth Green
Left Ear
Left Ear
Yasiin Bey
John Bridger
John Bridger
Donald Sutherland
Yevhen
Yevhen
Boris Lee Krutonog
Wrench
Wrench
Franky G
Skinny Pete
Skinny Pete
Gawtti
Mashkov
Mashkov
Olek Krupa
Skinny Pete's Girl
Skinny Pete's Girl
Melanie Jayne
Pete's Guard
Pete's Guard
"Kobra" Devoux
Security Guard
Security Guard
Oscar Nunez
Italian Guard
Italian Guard
Fausto Callegarini
Garbageman
Garbageman
Stefano Petronelli
Garbageman
Garbageman
Fabio Scarpa
Garbageman
Garbageman
Cristiano Bonora
Garbageman
Garbageman
Tiberio Greco
Stella's Receptionist
Stella's Receptionist
Mary Portser
Ukranian
Ukranian
Gregory Scott Cummins
Actor Rehearsing In Car
Actor Rehearsing In Car
Scott Adsit
Lyle's Girlfriend
Lyle's Girlfriend
Kelly Brook
Bully
Bully
Erik Walker
First Detective
First Detective
Jimmy Shubert
Second Detective
Second Detective
Tammi Cubilette
Armored Truck Guard
Armored Truck Guard
Simon Rhee
Young Charlie
Young Charlie
Joel Homan
Becky
Becky
Julie Costello
ATSAC Supervisor
ATSAC Supervisor
Marty Ryan
Danielson
Danielson
Aaron Speiser
Vance
Vance
Thomas Alexander
Valet
Valet
Martin Morales
ATSAC Employee
ATSAC Employee
Frank Nyi
Gold Truck Driver
Gold Truck Driver
Merritt Yohnka
Metro Conductor
Metro Conductor
Ryan B. Adams
Motorcycle Guard
Motorcycle Guard
John Alden
Handsome Rob's Policewoman
Handsome Rob's Policewoman
Gloria O'Brien

Reviews

  • John Chard

    Ocean's Five. John Bridger's gang of thieves are double crossed and left for dead after a daring gold raid in Venice. The surviving members regroup and convene in L.A. to enact revenge and recapture their gold … the job is on! This could have been a complete disaster, I'm British and the wave of revulsion that boomed in my homeland upon hearing of this remake was explosive; "how dare they remake a British institution" was the cry. Things were not helped in the run up to the film's release by main star (and draw card) Edward Norton, proclaiming that the film was a contractual obligation and that fans of his work would be better advised to give The Italian Job a miss... Had to be a stinker then surely? Actually no it isn't. Director F. Gary Gray hasn't remade the "Italian Job" of 1969, in fact he hasn't even re-imaged it, the minis are in there, the gold is in there, but all the stand out moments so beloved by many in the 69 film of the same name are not to be seen at all. So what we get is a very cool heist-come revenge movie, that's maybe a tad too glossy at times, but it has got a pretty sharp script, tight action sequences and a group of actors working very well as a team. Mark Wahlberg, Mos Def, Jason Statham, Seth Green and the delectably delicious Charlize Theron all come out smelling of roses, whilst Edward Norton really had no cause for concern because his portrayal as Steve is a smarmy delight. I have jokingly titled this film "Ocean's 5", but that is in no way detrimental to "The Italian Job", it lacks the jazzy coolness of "Soderbergh's Ocean's 11", but it's a fun and enjoyable picture all in its own right, thus the rating of just under 7 IMDb is actually spot on. 7/10