The Art of the Steal

Overview

An art thief-turned-motorcycle daredevil pulls his old crew back together for one last heist in this caper film from writer/director Jonathan Sobol A Beginner's Guide to Endings. Crunch Calhoun Kurt Russell has a reputation for big stunts, and hard landings. Now that years of motorbike mishaps have taken their toll on the aging Crunch, he is tempted back into a life of crime in order to make a buck. Unfortunately, Crunch isn't the best when it comes to choosing his criminal cohorts, and he winds up in prison ...
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Overview

An art thief-turned-motorcycle daredevil pulls his old crew back together for one last heist in this caper film from writer/director Jonathan Sobol A Beginner's Guide to Endings. Crunch Calhoun Kurt Russell has a reputation for big stunts, and hard landings. Now that years of motorbike mishaps have taken their toll on the aging Crunch, he is tempted back into a life of crime in order to make a buck. Unfortunately, Crunch isn't the best when it comes to choosing his criminal cohorts, and he winds up in prison after being double-crossed by his scheming half-brother Nicky Matt Dillon. His retirement fund depleted by the time he's released, Crunch sets his sights on one last score that will set him up for life. The mission: Assemble a team, steal the Guttenberg Bible, replace it with a counterfeit, and collect a cool $20 million. With his apprentice Francie Jay Baruchel, the well-connected Paddy Kenneth Walsh, expert forger Guy Chris Diamantopoulos, and idea man Nicky by his side, Crunch begins preparations for the job he'll be remembered for. The heist hits the skids, however, when untrustworthy Nicky resorts to his old tricks. But this time Crunch is ready, and as their partnership dissolves he prepares to pull out his ace in the hole. Terence Stamp and Katheryn Winnick co-star.
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Special Features

Doing the crime: Making The Art of the Steal; The making of "The Theft of The Mona Lisa"; Feature Commentary with Writer/Director Jonathan Sobol & Producer Nicholas Tabarrok
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/6/2014
  • UPC: 013132611891
  • Original Release: 2013
  • Rating:

  • Source: Radius
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Color
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 14,482

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kurt Russell Crunch Calhoun
Matt Dillon Nicky Calhoun
Terence Stamp Samuel Winter
Jay Baruchel Francie Tobin
Katheryn Winnick Lola
Chris Diamantopoulos Guy de Cornet
Kenneth Welsh Uncle Paddy McCarthy
Jason Jones Interpol Agent Bick
Devon Bostick Ponch
Elle Downs Female Border Guard
Durward Allan Julius Friedman
Rob Deleeuw Van Der Beer
Karyn Dwyer Ginger
Christopher Dyson Ranking Officer
Jasmin Geljo Detective Brodowski
Vieslav Krystyan Detective Kumik
Maria Lerinman Belly Dancer
Eugene Lipinski Bartkowiak
Scott McCrickard Beefy Guy #1
Stephen McHattie Dirty Ernie
Alan Peterson Reverend Herman Headly
Joe Pingue Carmen
Dax Ravina Sunny
K. Trevor Wilson Beefy Guy #2
Technical Credits
Jonathan Sobol Director, Screenwriter
Geoff Ashenhurst Editor
Matthew Davies Production Designer
Peter Emmink Art Director
Alan Goluboff Asst. Director
Stephanie Gorin Casting
Leah T. Jaunzems Associate Producer
Nancy Klopper Casting
Dennis Liddiard Makeup
Grayson Matthews Score Composer
Pazz Neglia Asst. Director
Jeff Sackman Executive Producer
Noah Segal Executive Producer
Mark Slone Executive Producer
Adam Stein Sound/Sound Designer
Adam Swica Cinematographer
Nicholas Tabarrok Producer
Robert Turi Sound Mixer
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
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