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The Italian Job, Movie, 2003 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Un boulot à l'italienne (Titre français) (Canada)
  • The Italian Job - Jagd auf Millionen (Germany)
  • Braquage à l'italienne (France)

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2491tj EN

2006-07-03 23:11

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typical american rubbish remake (sorry,"homage") to a classic film,considering our friends across the pond disliked the original so much they wouldnt finance part 2.

lastinpurple ES

2006-09-23 00:33

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2491tj wrote typical american rubbish remake (sorry,"homage") to a classic film,considering our friends across the pond disliked the original so much they wouldnt finance part 2.

i 100% agree
¡Second part of 69' Job NOW!

maruti800 IN

2006-09-23 05:44

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Its more of a LA Job than Italian Job. But anyway nice effort. esp. by Charlize theron and Jason statham being my favourite

bref FR

2006-09-23 08:30

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The original Mini has the size for an Italian Job (understand Italian narrow street and sidewalk), the BMW Mini needs LA streets to look small ;)

gliffhanger NL

2007-01-29 13:08

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A 2003 remake of the movie, also called The Italian Job, was set in Los Angeles and stars Mark Wahlberg as Charlie Croker. It featured Donald Sutherland as John Bridger, played as more of a father-figure to Croker. It made many changes to the original story, replacing the British characters with a primarily American cast, moving the action from Turin to Venice and Los Angeles, adding a new villain, and replacing the ambiguous ending with one that is completely positive. The Minis of the original film were replaced by the new BMW-built MINI Cooper and MINI Cooper S with the classic Mini making only a cameo appearance.

lastinpurple ES

2007-05-01 11:50

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This rubbish movie isn't ended yet. Our friends across the pond, as 2491tj calls them, are going to make a second part of this abomination, called The Brazilian Job, for 2008. The only original part of this movie is the name, and now it hasn't. What's next? Arnold Schwarzenegger as Charlie Crocker? Replacing the BMW Mini by Hummers? Well, size won't be much different

antp BE

2007-12-23 00:01

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I did not find that movie so much rubbish, if you do not consider as a remake of course.
About the title, here it does not refer to the main heist (which is in LA indeed). At the beginning of the movie, there is a heist in Venice, Italy, where they blown two floors to make a safe go through these:

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For the main heist, at a point they have to change their plan. Then they say they'll do it like the Italian job, referring to that first heist, as they will use a similar technique:

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-- Last edit: 2007-12-23 00:01:53

lastinpurple ES

2007-12-23 18:25

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I've seen this antp

carobserver MX

2007-12-24 03:41

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Anyway, I hate :mad: this spin off, it can´t be compared with the original version

Why the americans made spin off of great movies? and thats spin off usually have a less awesome argument and history

-- Last edit: 2007-12-24 03:42:07

Red Grant US

2007-12-24 03:57

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Not nearly as good as the original, but it isn't that bad.

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-24 11:01

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This one is not bad at all for me, actually i find it much more entertaining than the old one, the old one has sequences and dialogues that make you fall asleep, and the most i like from the old one is the scene with the minis and the theft so, why is this one so bad?? i see it well done and with good actors, but well i guess it a question of taste once again.

Red Grant US

2007-12-25 21:28

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Well, the heist and chase in the first movie was much better.

carobserver MX

2007-12-27 22:39

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Red Grant wrote Well, the heist and chase in the first movie was much better.

and more exotic, with best spontaneus acts

ecclefechan SX

2008-11-07 13:16

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I hated it. Typical big budget Hollywood nonsense with unexciting and dull chase scenes.

RockRacer US

2010-11-18 08:41

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You can also view aircraft screenshots from this film on The Internet Movie Plane Database - IMPDb.org.

Black Bart 2 US

2015-08-20 20:56

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New vehicles ready to be added. Also there are a few of them that are from a deleted scene; a police car chases after Stella during the L.A. downtown part of the chase.

Black Bart 2 US

2015-08-20 20:57

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Here are some where I couldn't decide for which vehicle:

- Blazer or Escort?

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- Nissan Xterra or Chevy Lumina?

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- Red car or white Mustang?

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- Blue Ford, green muscle car or one of the three black car on the right?

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- Blue Caddy, White Lincoln or Black Toyota?

[Image: choices5.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2015-08-20 20:57:27

Black Bart 2 US

2015-08-20 20:58

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Black Bart 2 US

2015-08-20 21:02

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BEST GOOF EVER!! :king:

CougarTim US

2015-08-21 18:22

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"Green muscle car" looks like a 1968-1970 Dodge Charger.

-- Last edit: 2015-08-21 18:37:06

Baube QC

2015-08-21 20:48

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" Un boulot à l'italienne " here

Black Bart 2 US

2015-08-22 16:28

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Anything from the 5 pictures in my earlier comment worthy?

Doc Maison ES

2015-09-29 02:08

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At the end of the movie, appears a 2003 Ducati 749 Yellow in house of the actor who has a 748.

-- Last edit: 2015-09-29 02:08:48

Sandie SX

2018-09-23 19:44

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@Robi: Remember for replacements on movies with a large number of cars it's best to send in a Zip file to https://ks3c.antp.be/upload.php with images named by vehicle IDs rather than leaving pictures in comments as it is much quicker for us to handle it that way.

-- Last edit: 2018-09-23 19:54:06

robi DE

2018-09-24 13:59

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Movie completed :)

And yes, for larger movies, I will do it the way Sandie suggested.

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