The Italian Job (2003)

The Italian Job (2003)

Director: F. Gary Gray Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton
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Overview

The Italian Job (2003)

F. Gary Gray's 2003 crime caper remake The Italian Job comes to DVD with this Collector's Edition from Paramount Pictures with a widescreen transfer enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions. Dolby Digital Surround soundtracks are available in English and French with optional English subtitles. Includes the featurettes "Pedal to the Metal: The Making of The Italian Job" and "Putting the Words on the Page for The Italian Job." Three sections focus on specific production details: "The Italian Job Driving School," "The Mighty Minis of The Italian Job," and "High Octane: Stunts from The Italian Job." Other special features include deleted scenes and theatrical trailers. This is a worthwhile disc for those who really care about how action scenes are constructed. Paramount has also released this film in a separate full-screen version.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/07/2003
UPC: 0097363304746
Original Release: 2003
Rating: PG-13
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:50:00
Sales rank: 3,128

Special Features

Closed Caption; Pedal to the Metal: The Making of The Italian Job; Putting the Words on the Page for The Italian Job; The Italian Job - Driving School; The Mighty Minis of The Italian Job; High Octane: Stunts From The Italian Job; 6 deleted scenes; Theatrical trailer; Widescreen version enhanced for 16:9 TVs; Dolby Digital: English 5.1 Surround, English Dolby Surround, French 5.1 Surround; English subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mark Wahlberg Charlie Croker
Charlize Theron Stella Bridger
Edward Norton Steve Frezelli
Seth Green Lyle
Jason Statham Handsome Rob
Mos Def Left Ear
Franky G. Mechanic
Donald Sutherland John Bridger
Pete Gawtti Skinny
Olek Krupa Mashkov
Christina Cabot Christina Griego
Giancarlo Giannini Actor
Kelly Brook Lyle's Girlfriend
Ryan Adams Metro Conductor
Scott Adsit Actor
John Alden Motorcycle Guard
Thomas Alexander Vance
Cristiano Bonora Garbagemen/Thugs
Fausto Callegarini Italian Guard
Julie Costello Becky
Tammy Cubilette Detective
Gregory Scott Cummins Ukranian
Valentine Ebunilo Kid On Right
Shawn Fanning Shawn Fanning
Gloria Fontenot Handsome Rob's Policewoman
Tiberio Greco Garbagemen/Thugs
Joel Homan Young Charlie
Melanie Jayne Skinny Pete's Girl
Terrelle Jones Kid On Left
Boris Krutonog Yevhen
Christopher Moore Young Left Ear
Oscar Nuñez Security Guard
Frank Nyi ATSAC Employee
Stefano Petronelli Garbagemen/Thugs
Mary Portser Stella's Receptionist
Simon Rhee Gold Truck Guard
Marty Ryan ATSAC Supervisor
Fabio Scarpa Garbagemen/Thugs
Jimmy Shubert Detective
Alfred Soltes Left Ear's Butler
Aaron Speiser Danielson
Erin Walker Bully
Merritt Yohnka Gold Truck Driver
Pete Anthony Conductor

Technical Credits
F. Gary Gray Director
Douglas B. Arnold Sound Mixer
Enrico Ballarin Production Manager
James Bayliss Set Decoration/Design
Tim Bevan Executive Producer
Bryan Bowen Sound Editor
Mark Bridges Costumes/Costume Designer
Kate Chase Special Effects
Susanna Codognato Art Director
Stefano Corridori Special Effects
Donald De Line Producer
Catherine Buyse Dian Costumes/Costume Designer
James R. Dyer Executive Producer
Timothy M. Earls Set Decoration/Design
Mike Edmondson Special Effects Supervisor
Eric Fellner Executive Producer
Elizabeth Finch Musical Arrangement
Richard Francis-Bruce Editor
Joan Giacomin Makeup
Thomas M. Groody Special Effects
Hugo Santiago Set Decoration/Design
Sheila Jaffe Casting
Wendy Japhet Executive Producer
Ken Johnson Sound Editor
Julianne Jordan Musical Direction/Supervision
Michael Kamper Sound Editor
Randy Kelley Sound Editor
L. King-Devoreaux Stunts
Enrico Lucidi Camera Operator
Gian Maria Majorana Camera Operator
Lisa McDevitt Makeup
Doug Meerdink Art Director
Doug Metzger Asst. Director
Suzette Moriarty Musical Arrangement
Kathy Nelson Musical Direction/Supervision
Greg Papalia Set Decoration/Design
Wally Pfister Cinematographer
Denise Pizzini Set Decoration/Design
John Powell Score Composer
Donna Powers Screenwriter
Wayne Powers Screenwriter
Alan Rankin Sound Editor
Christopher Rouse Editor
P. Scott Sakamoto Camera Operator
Joaquin Sedillo Camera Operator
Lynsey Shmukler Associate Producer
Charles J.H. Wood Production Designer
Charles Wood Production Designer
Peter Zinda Sound Editor
Mark Zuelzke Art Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Titles
2. Venice
3. The Heist
4. Canal Chase
5. The Devil Inside
6. Stella
7. Planning the Job
8. Cable Girl
9. Bring on the Minis
10. Yevhen's Killer
11. Element of Surprise
12. Flying the Coop
13. Gridlock
14. Moment of Truth
15. Helicopter Face-Off
16. Golden

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The Italian Job (2003) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
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This is a great film, but i think it shouldn't have been called the Italian Job, as Italy is only featured at the begining and at the end ( and these are quite short clips! ) Like I said, it is a good film, but should have a better name!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kept me on the edge of my seat. Mark Wahlberg was sensational. Can't wait till it's released on video.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie keeps you at the edge of your seat and rooting for the good guys. this movie also makes you want to race mini coopers. i loved it so much that i bought the dvd and watch it on cable any chance i get. The video game lets you feel what its like to race mini coopers. I cannot waite for the sequel with the original cast back and ready for more!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I went to see this one in the theatre, I was thinking 'ho hum, another bond'esque bore to sit through' little did I know that it would become my absolute favorite film! The script is actualy intelligent,I cared about the characters,the comedy is funny,there is possitively no sleezey girls,the special effects and car chases didn't put me to sleep,and best of all, the plot made sense!All in all a perfect 10 out of 10! If you don't buy this you must be a really boring person!
Guest More than 1 year ago
For 1-it's not set in Italy, and has nothing to do with Italy. Also, the only simillarity between the original and this one is the Mini's (yet, the new Mini is huge-why bring back the Mini, when its name is controdicted-16' bigger than the original-why would you buy it-buy a Ford Focus). It's an good film, but when I remembered the title, it turned into the worst sequal ever!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great movie. It has plenty of action and also has some pretty funny parts. Lyle (a.k.a. The Real Napster) was my favorite character. It was easily the best movie of the summer, although I also liked LXG.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was just a fun movie to watch. It had a compelling plot and some good stunts with the Mini's. It was just a good movie to get together with friends and watch. Mark Wahlberg did a pretty good job in it and seems to have really matured in his acting through his various movies. Just a plain ol' good flick.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a ''remake'' of the fantastic original, this ''crash'm bash'm'' is a sadly inadequate. Perhaps if it had been titled something original rather than trying to ride the coattails of a classic Brit heist film, I might have enjoyed it but the very gall of titling this bit of fluff The Italian Job destroyed whatever enjoyment to be had.
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