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The Heist
6.5 out of 10

The Heist

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Heist

DVD Compare
4 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: Once the heir apparent of Pope's ( Once Upon a Time in America 's Robert De Niro ) riverboat casino, Luke Vaughn ( Supernatural 's Jeffrey Dean Morgan ) now works the roulette wheel on the casino floor after walking away from The Pope's more nefarious activities when he got married and had a...
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Heist

DVDizzy
31 December 2015
  • Conclusion: Heist adds another lackluster, barely theatrical credit to Robert De Niro's once sterling filmography. A hijacked bus is not enough to distinguish this unimaginative crime action thriller.
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Heist

Slant Magazine
8 November 2015
  • Excerpt: Scott Mann's Heist gets by on chutzpah, growing more diverting with every ludicrous plot twist. Implying an element of surprise, “twist” might be a relative term for a film composed of so many stock parts though—an impression reinforced by a title that's been used dozens of times by other films...
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Heist (The) (Blu-ray)

DVD Compare
2 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Independent British distributor Signature Entertainment have released low-key comedy "The Heist" (original title "The Maiden Heist") onto Blu-ray in the United Kingdom at an aspect ratio of 1.78:1. The transfer is 1080p, and uses an AVC MPEG-4 encode. First off, the 1.78:1 aspect ratio.
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Heist

DVD Compare
30 January 2010
  • Excerpt: I thought I had seen it all in this gig, but then I saw “ Heist ” (2009), no not “ Heist ” (2001), but “ Heist ” (2009). No, the other “ Heist ” (2009), not the short film but the feature length one.
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Review: ‘The Heist’

Variety
12 October 2004
  • Summary: The true story of a huge payroll robbery in Bolivia is revisited in a tough-fisted but inconclusive actioner and expose of political corruption, "The Heist." Though its strong characterizations are sporadically entertaining, the intricate story slips out of control by the end.
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The Heist

Cinema Blend
9 November 2001
  • Excerpt: Most of us plan for our retirement with 401k’s and stock options. Everyone wants to know that when old age creeps up, we’ll have a little nest egg to sit back on. But for master thief Joe Moore it takes a little more than a mealy-mouthed investment broker to make it through retirement.
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Review: ‘Heist’

Variety
3 September 2001
  • Summary: David Mamet again exercises his fascination for intricately constructed, noirish thrillers with "Heist," a playful ensemble piece about a crack robbery team going for a major gold haul.
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