Out of Sight - Movie Synopsis & Plot
Jack Foley was a bank robber - the best of the best. Never using a weapon, he had robbed more banks than anyone else on the FBI's computer. Unfortunately, he kept on getting caught, usually due to car problems. Once, when he left a heisted bank, his car was on fire, and the latest time, the battery was dead. And that's how ended up in Glades Correctional Institution where he was to serve a 30 year sentence.
One night, the week before the Super Bowl, six convicts attempted an escape from the medium security prison. Their plan was simple: run for your life. Foley used his brain. Tricking a guard into turning his back, he made off with the man's security uniform and pretended to be a guard chasing after the other convicts. His friend Buddy was on the other side of the fence with a getaway car, ready to free Foley for good.
Unfortunately, Deputy Federal Marshal Karen Sisco was on the other side of the fence as well, ready to meet a friend for dinner. However, when she comes across Foley, he grabs her shotgun, Buddy grabs her from behind, and thrusts her into the trunk of her own car. Foley climbs in with her, and that's where their relationship starts.
A few days later, Karen Sisco is in the hospital, with minor injuries. She's insistent on catching Foley but somewhere in her an attraction if forming towards the 40-year old robber. Elsewhere, Foley's intentions are being blotted out by the vision of Karen; he too is attracted to her. It's a match made in hell: an escaped convict and a Federal Marshal.
While Karen hunts down Foley and Buddy, Foley is planning his retirement heist. All he's every going to do is one more robbery, this time a $3 million job from a rich man's home in the country. Upon executing his plan, he will be able to sit back and enjoy the rest of his life, without ever having to think of the law again. Of course, Karen is still in his mind, and his attraction to her may be his downfall.
It's a battle of mixed feelings and responsibilities as Karen and Foley must decide what is more important; their jobs or their feelings.