In 1990, thieves absconded with 13 masterpieces -- including works by Rembrandt and Vermeer -- from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, pulling off the greatest art heist in U.S. history. Rebecca Dreyfus's investigative documentary delves into this modern mystery, piecing together clues gleaned from archival documents, art critics, historians, collectors and informants (both credible and dubious) to shed light on the as-yet unsolved case. Instant QueuePlay Trailer
- Stars:Blythe Danner, Campbell Scott, Harold Smith, Anthony Bailey, Celeste Brusati, Tracy Chevalier, Marie-Cécile Commère, Myles Conner, Frank Dimaria, Dick Ellis, Ron Gollobin, Kate Miller, Nina Kaminer, Eli Kirtz, Tom Mashberg,
- Director:Rebecca Dreyfus,
- Writer:Sharon Guskin
In March of 1990, two thieves dressed as Boston police officers gained entrance to the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum in Boston Massachusetts and successfully executed the largest art ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: I watched it. The message needs to be heard. Although it focuses on NY, the same thing is going on across the nation: corporate take-over of the education system by those who are primarily interested in profit -- not education. There are surely some idealists who think they are doing good with such reforms, but they have never been a teacher and don't understand that schools are not a business and cannot be run that way. Struggling schools should be helped -- not "fired." This is their message, and it's about time someone said it.
(mx) wrote: Not bad for an Australian sci-fi movie. Story was quite good
(es) wrote: The rating is for Cardiff rather than the doc. But if you're into films you should see this as this man was genius!
(de) wrote: A taunt, stylish, tense and riveting crime-thriller. A mesmerizing and electrifying new chapter to this thrilling series. I loved how the films four leads had entirely different story-lines and showing how they were unfolding and seeing how they are trying but not succeeding in bettering their situations. A terrific sequel that has a groove that's all its own with its four leads going in different directions that eventually spins out of control. A razor-sharp and wickedly entertaining edge of your seat crime movie. It's vivid, inventive, utterly cool and very effective. A tough, crackling and well-executed thrill-ride that stands next to the original just fine, its not a superior sequel but works well and adds the right amount of flavor. Director, Babak Najafi brings the characters new challenges and makes you feel more for them and dazzles us with exciting action, tense moments and raw energy. The cast is truly fantastic. Joel Kinnaman is electrifying he is truly on his way stardom, he has the looks, charisma and energy to be one of the greats. Mattias Padin is excellent. Dragomir Mrado is outstanding. Fares Fares is terrific.
(ag) wrote: A complete nonsense. Really, it was a story on Houdini or what? I thought I was watching a B Love Commedy.
(fr) wrote: Had Dylan Moran and Rob Brydon been given larger roles, this movie would have been exponentially better. As it stands though, quite a quirky, funny little film.
(gb) wrote: OK, so the story is totally improbable. Clint Eastwood directs so everybody gets a real chance to act and show off and what a great cast to do that with!
(kr) wrote: I could use the Peanut Butter solution
(es) wrote: La tristesse d'un pere portee avec dignite par un Noiret au sommet de son art.
(jp) wrote: I Only Like Violence, Swearing, Sex And Nudity Just Only In R-Rated Movies.
(es) wrote: i didn't love it much, didn't hate it either.
(au) wrote: Skip this one for higher quality movies!