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“Heat” is a 1995 crime thriller film directed by Michael Mann. It follows the story of a professional thief and a dedicated detective who become locked in a dangerous cat-and-mouse game as they pursue their respective careers and form a mutual respect for each other’s skills.
The Italian Job
The Italian Job is a heist film about a group of skilled thieves who plan and execute a daring gold robbery in Venice, only to be double-crossed by one of their own. Seeking revenge, they devise an intricate plan to steal back their stolen loot from their former teammate.
Ocean’s Eleven is about a group of eleven skilled criminals who plan and execute a heist on three Las Vegas casinos simultaneously, led by Danny Ocean.
“The Departed” is a crime thriller film directed by Martin Scorsese. It follows an undercover cop and a mole in the police force as they try to identify each other while infiltrating an Irish gang in Boston.
Dog Day Afternoon
“Dog Day Afternoon” is a 1975 crime drama film directed by Sidney Lumet. It tells the true story of a bank robbery gone awry, as a man attempts to secure funds for his partner’s sex reassignment surgery, leading to a tense hostage situation and a media frenzy.
Reservoir Dogs is a crime film directed by Quentin Tarantino, following a group of criminals as they plan and execute a diamond heist, but suspicion and betrayal among the team lead to a violent and bloody aftermath.
The Usual Suspects
“The Usual Suspects” is a crime thriller film about a group of criminals who are brought together for a heist, only to become entangled in a web of deception and mystery when they are targeted by a mysterious and elusive criminal mastermind known as Keyser Söze. The film follows a detective’s efforts to unravel the truth behind the events, leading to a shocking and unexpected conclusion.
The Bank Job
“The Bank Job” is a crime thriller based on a true story, following a group of criminals who plan and execute a daring bank heist. As they break into a London bank vault, they unexpectedly uncover scandalous secrets that involve high-ranking officials and powerful individuals, putting their lives in danger and turning the heist into a race against time to survive and expose the truth.
“The Score” is a heist film about a seasoned thief who reluctantly teams up with a young apprentice to pull off a final, high-stakes robbery. As they navigate through intricate plans and unexpected obstacles, they must outsmart a ruthless crime boss to secure their freedom and the ultimate score.
The Taking of Pelham 123
“The Taking of Pelham 123” is a thriller film about a group of armed criminals who hijack a New York City subway train and hold its passengers hostage for a ransom. A transit dispatcher and a rogue hostage negotiator must work together to outsmart the criminals and prevent a disaster.
“The Killing” is a 1956 film noir directed by Stanley Kubrick. It follows a group of criminals as they meticulously plan and execute a racetrack heist, but their carefully laid plans start to unravel with unexpected consequences.
“The Negotiator” is a 1998 action thriller film about a skilled police negotiator who finds himself framed for murder and takes hostages in a desperate attempt to clear his name and uncover the truth behind the conspiracy. As he matches wits with the police force, he must use his skills to outmaneuver them and bring the real culprits to justice.
“Takers” is an action thriller film about a group of skilled bank robbers who plan and execute high-stakes heists, but find themselves pursued by a relentless detective determined to bring them to justice.”
The Great Train Robbery
The Great Train Robbery is a 1903 silent film directed by Edwin S. Porter. It tells the story of a group of outlaws who plan and execute a daring train robbery, showcasing early examples of narrative storytelling and innovative filmmaking techniques.
The Thomas Crown Affair
The Thomas Crown Affair is a heist film about a wealthy businessman who orchestrates a daring bank robbery for thrill and to test his skills, while an intelligent and determined investigator tries to catch him.
“The Sting” is a 1973 American caper film set in the 1930s, where two professional grifters, played by Paul Newman and Robert Redford, team up to con a mob boss by orchestrating an elaborate and intricate scheme involving a fake off-track betting parlor.
The Asphalt Jungle
“The Asphalt Jungle” is a 1950 film noir that follows a group of criminals as they plan and execute a meticulously crafted heist, only to face the consequences of their actions as their plan unravels and tensions rise.”
The Silent Partner
“The Silent Partner” is a 1978 crime thriller about a bank teller who anticipates a robbery and secretly plans to steal the stolen money for himself, leading to a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with the robber.
The First Great Train Robbery
The First Great Train Robbery is a heist film set in 1855, following a master criminal’s elaborate plan to steal a shipment of gold from a moving train, while evading the authorities and rival criminals. The film combines elements of suspense, action, and period drama to depict a thrilling and daring train robbery.