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The Italian Job (1969)An older gentleman from a British prison mastermines a spectacular robbery of gold bullion in Turin, one of the biggest international gold heists in history, by having a computer expert cause a traffic jam.
Actors of "The Italian Job (1969)"
Characters of "The Italian Job (1969)"
Directors of "The Italian Job (1969)"Peter CollinsonBirthdate: 1 April 1936, Lincolnshire, England, UK
Creators of "The Italian Job (1969)"Troy Kennedy-MartinBirthdate: 15 February 1932, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland, UK
Critic Reviews of "The Italian Job (1969)"TIME MagazineApril 21, 2010
Caine and Coward play a splendid game of verbal tennis, but by the final reel the laughs are lost in an anthology of dull and deafening car chases.VarietyMay 06, 2008
The cast does its stuff to good effect. Coward, as the highly patriotic, business-like master crook, brings all his imperturbable sense of irony and comedy to his role.Time OutJune 24, 2006
As a modest fun movie, it works, much helped by deep casting contrasts and a nice sense of absurd proportions.New York TimesMay 09, 2005
The film is technically sophisticated and emotionally retarded.Daily Telegraph (UK)January 01, 2015
Is there a film - certainly a British film - that delivers a greater infusion of pure joy than The Italian Job?TV GuideMarch 05, 2008
The gold is then stashed in a bus, and the predictable chase ensues.Empire MagazineMarch 05, 2008
As a film, The Italian Job is hardly a work of unalloyed genius; but as a reminder of the time when Britannia really was cool, it's peerless.sbs.isMay 30, 2005
Worthy simply for Benny Hill and his love for "big ladies"Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)February 10, 2005
Superior crime caper that's a little too pleased with itself, but only a little.eFilmCritic.comMarch 31, 2004
It's the sort of smoothly entertaining and slyly intelligent crowd-pleasing spectacle that will never go out of style.Lawrence Journal-WorldMarch 12, 2004
Overrated heist film whose climactic chase scene is one of its few redeeming values.Future Movies UKNovember 06, 2003
Very much of its time without ever looking too dated, The Italian Job embraces the classic caper set-up.
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