Nov 09, 2001 · A career jewel thief finds himself at tense odds with his longtime partner, a crime boss who sends his nephew to keep watch.
- David Mamet
- 31 sec
Nov 11, 2015 · Directed by Scott Mann. With Robert De Niro, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Dave Bautista, Kate Bosworth. A father is without the means to pay for his daughter's medical treatment.
- Scott Mann
- 2 min
Heist is a 2001 American heist film written and directed by David Mamet and starring Gene Hackman, Danny DeVito, and Delroy Lindo, with Rebecca Pidgeon, Ricky Jay, and Sam Rockwell in supporting roles.
When their attempt to rob a gangster's (Robert De Niro) casino goes awry, a desperate man (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his partner (Dave Bautista) hijack a city bus to escape from the police and a...
- action, mystery and thriller
Heist, (also called Bus 657), is a 2015 American heist action thriller film directed by Scott Mann and written by Stephen Cyrus Sepher and Max Adams, based on the original story by Sepher. The film stars Robert De Niro, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Kate Bosworth, Morris Chestnut, Dave Bautista, Sepher and Gina Carano.
Oct 16, 2020 · In the heist and caper films, we see the hero hatching a plan, putting together a crew, and then pulling off the job, usually in order to turn the screws against an institution or person that’s...
Jun 04, 2020 · When it comes to heist movies, what counts for more than anything else is a solid story backed by a series of twists and turns. Not to mention the killer acting and the game-changing moves that turn the table every time the plot seems to be heading towards a definite direction.
The heist film or caper film is a subgenre of crime film, consisting of films that tell a caper story. These films feature plots in which a team of skillful criminals carry out a clever and daring robbery.
When a simple jewelry heist goes horribly wrong, the surviving criminals begin to suspect that one of them is a police informant.
- The Killing (1956) It makes sense that a director as meticulous as Stanley Kubrick would make the greatest heist film ever. After all, the perfect crime needs perfect planning.
- Bonnie and Clyde (1967) Bonnie and Clyde wasn’t the first film to romanticize the doomed love of outsiders fighting against the system. (Screenwriters David Newman and Robert Benton were hugely influenced by Godard’s Breathless.)
- Rififi (1955) The pleasure of watching experts do their job impeccably draws viewers to sporting events, ballets, and concert recitals. Similarly, with Rififi, American director Jules Dassin lets us bask in the stone-cold brilliance of his gang of criminals as they go about robbing a jewelry store safe.
- Ocean’s 11 (2001) Not the one with Frank, Dean, and Sammy: This 2001 remake has more suave star power, funnier jokes, and a cooler concept. George Clooney plays Danny Ocean, the smoothest cat who’s nonetheless still kinda hung up on his ex (Julia Roberts), recruiting all his hip buds to rob three Vegas casinos run by the jerk (Andy Garcia) who took his gal.