Thief

Thief

Director: Michael Mann Cast: James Caan, Tuesday Weld, Willie Nelson
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Thief 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Templar6801 More than 1 year ago
James Caan at his best!!Just great acting by Caan & Tuesday Weld. A must have for Caan fans. A great film By Micheal Mann. AA++
Guest More than 1 year ago
great, gritty and gorgeous- Caan is tense and believable- great urban thriller- michael mann shows his genius in this his first feature length film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
James Caan in Armani leather...looking better than he did in GODFATHER...can aptly sum up the style of THIEF, a first rate homage to film noir by Michael Mann. This film runs at a breakneck pace thanks to Mann's stylish direction and a riveting soundtrack by Tangerine Dream. THIEF has an urban darkness to it that to date is unmatched in any story telling from the criminal point of view. Caan is one of the few who can portray a gangster of sinister stature and still be likeable.Tuesday Weld is gorgeous and a host of (now familiar) cameo players, including Dennis Farina (in his acting debut) make THIEF one of the best films of the 80's crime genre.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Very similar to ''I think it's my husband at the door'', ''I think I'm pregnant'' and my personal favorite ''We've got to talk''... This pronouncement from the street detectives was about a welcome as a diagnosis from your dentist that you need multiple emergency root canal work! I won't belabor the strengths of the film. Those of us who are serious film lovers can see them for ourselves. This is a beautiful, dark and gritty film. I only wish that Chicago had been able to begin it's use as a film mecca 30 years earlier than it did. Wabash Ave. under the ''L'', the gritty, rainy alleys and the dirty streets...ya gotta love Chicago! Gotta go, I feel a Maxwell Street polish urge coming on...
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is the actual story of my great-uncle Frank Hoffenhimer. I recommend this video to all who enjoy crime and drama movies. It is a classic!