Entrapment

BBB.5

(out of 5)


Gorgeous production design compensates for a lot in this slick heist film starring  and . They play two of the world’s top treasure thieves who team up to do a world-class withdrawal on a Malaysian bank worth nine billion dollars. Trust is an issue for these two, as neither of them is ever really sure what the other is up to, but since the loot is big enough, they’re willing to take the risk. Zeta-Jones couldn’t be lovelier, and while Connery is his usual stalwart action hero, he really is much too old for this sort of thing: every time he performs a stunt I keep thinking fearful thoughts of replaced hipbones, and when he and Zeta-Jones look at each other with romance in their eyes it borders on ridiculous.  Plot holes abound as well, but the atmosphere is fun and Jon Amiel makes sure everyone involved has a good time doing their job. Watching it, you will too.


Twentieth Century Fox, Regency Enterprises, Fountainbridge Films, Taurus Film

USA/United Kingdom/Germany, 1999

Directed by

Story by , , Screenplay by Ronald Bass,

Cinematography by

Produced by , Michael Hertzberg,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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