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Heist (2001)When a crew of highly skilled jewel thieves is not paid the money they are owed for a job, they are forced to make one last, big heist for the man who cheated them. No one trusts anyone and every step is shaded with the unexpected.
Actors of "Heist (2001)"
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Directors of "Heist (2001)"David MametBirthdate: 30 November 1947, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Creators of "Heist (2001)"David MametBirthdate: 30 November 1947, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Critic Reviews of "Heist (2001)"New York ObserverNovember 29, 2001
I couldn't believe any of it on any level, though it could be described as 'fun.'Ebert & RoeperNovember 27, 2001
This cast is excellent. Heist, though, proves that enormously talented people can make a pretty lousy movie.Washington PostNovember 24, 2001
The movie is super fun, even if some of its tricks seem to strain credulity.Salon.comNovember 16, 2001
There's something offensive about how Mamet continues to win praise as a serious filmmaker with such a joyless picture, a picture that -- intentionally -- gives the audience so little.Seattle TimesNovember 09, 2001
A perfectly pleasurable ride.San Francisco ChronicleNovember 09, 2001
A minor work by a major guy.FlavorwireNovember 12, 2016
We watch a movie like 'Heist' for the virtuosity of the execution, for the wit with which Mamet writes his way through the conventions, and the pleasure his actors take in chewing on his dialogue, in all of its repetition, shop talk, and artful profanity.Good Morning AmericaSeptember 29, 2015
It's one of Mamet's best. It's also one of Hackman's best, most mercurial performances.Common Sense MediaDecember 24, 2010
Captivating David Mamet movie for grownups.eFilmCritic.comSeptember 17, 2007
[Mamet] is a giant in several areas, but I'm not sure moviemaking is one of them.EmanuelLevy.ComDecember 05, 2006
Structured as a trick within a trick within a trick, Mamet's latest contribution to film noir is a mildly entertaining crimer that nonetheless exposes his strenuous efforts to outsmart the audience.Looking CloserDecember 06, 2004
This is a world not unlike superhero comics, only in this world the heroes have the superhuman ability to knock down buildings with a split-second comeback line.
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