Entrapment (1999) - Movie Details
April 30, 1999
, Aaron Swartz
, Eric Meyers
, Tim Potter
, David Yip
, Madhav Sharma
, Terry O'Neill
, Kevin McNally
, Maury Chaykin
, Will Patton
, Ving Rhames
, Catherine Zeta-Jones
, Sean Connery
Rated PG-13 for language, sensuality, violence, and drug content
Robert "Mac" MacDougal is one of the world's greatest art thieves. Already rich, he steals the art for himself, not to show off.
And when a priceless Rembrandt is stolen from a high-tech building in New York, all evidence points to Mac. He was at the auction a few weeks later, targeting the buyers. He left town right after the robbery. And no one knows how he got away with it.
Except for insurance investigator...
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In the 1960's, Sean Connery was James Bond, handsome, suave, daring, intelligent, and women could never resist him. Now, thirty-five years later, nothing has changed, except for that he's not James Bond. He's a world-famous art thief, but he still holds all of the same characteristics. And the woman, one could call her a "Bond girl," is Catherine Zeta-Jones, who is even sexier than she was in The Mask of Zorro.
And in Entrapment
, it seems that no man can resist her
, not even Sean Connery. Full movie review »