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Current Rating: 3.75

Current Rating: 3.75

based on 34 votes and 11 reviews

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  • 1 stars movie has been done over and over again - and this version may be the worst of an over-done story line
  • 5 stars Great Movie
  • 5 stars very good
  • 5 stars JUST SAW THIS MOVIE ON SEPT 24, FANTASTIC, was enjoying the large number of talented Actors portray a real to life True Story. Will be back with all my girlfriends, Matt Dillon is so Hot.
  • 5 stars WOW, finally a genuine movie with exciting real life decisions to make that will determine the path your life will lead you. Katheryn Winnick is a truly rising sensual star Awesome date night.
  • 5 stars Matt Dillon was amazing in this exciting movie. Not necessarily a comedy, yet a truly believable story line, well executed, was a great date movie. LOVE R.HILL CINEPLEX, SUZANNE
  • 5 stars This movie was excellent from start to finish. I went because of Kurt Russel, he is an excellent Actor and did not disappoint. There were at least 4 other "A" list Actors that were at the top of their game. The story plot was very well put together and kept me guessing right till the very end. This was not meant to be a comedy, nor a Paul Walker Fast and Furious " on the edge of your seat" Thriller. The motorcycle chase seen in the subway car and up and down escalators was spectacular.
  • 2 stars Completely overdone bad language.Could have been a great movie with the right director as it was a good story but had the feel of a "B" movie
  • 4 stars Clever, witty, and great banter among a stellar cast!
  • 5 stars Very smart, grate movie!

The Art of the Steal

Genre:  Comedy, Documentary
Running Time:  90 min.
Release Date: September 20, 2013
DVD: May 6, 2014

Current rating: Rating: 3.75
based on 34 votes and 11 reviews
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Cast: Kurt Russell, Jay Baruchel, Katheryn Winnick, Chris Diamantopoulos, Kenneth Welsh, Jason Jones, Terence Stamp, Matt Dillon