Entrapment (1999) - Movie Details
|Release Date:||April 30, 1999|
|Writer:||William Broyles Jr., Michael Hertzberg, Ronald Bass|
|Cast:||William Marsh, 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|
|Studio:||20th Century Fox|
|Running Time:||113 minutes|
|MPAA Rating:||Rated PG-13 for language, sensuality, violence, and drug content|
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 »
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