Since the film The Great Train Robbery in 1903, robbery-centric films have fascinated audiences. They show daring and cunning people who can challenge law-abiding citizens. Lee Strasberg was a legend, they made progress. Then in the 1990s we saw an explosion of contemporary films in the subgenre, including Collapse Point, Barn Dogs, Trouble, Mission Impossible, Jackie Brown, and Steven Soderbergh's first expensive film, Out of Sight. Fascinating screenplays, high-profile directors, and popular actors turned them into unparalleled films that still overshadow today's robbery-oriented films.
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Modern robbery-themed movies, greedy old gangsters smoking and holding guns They have been replaced by complex and calculated personalities whose morals are more ambiguous than their motives. Many of these films act as metaphorical critiques of the current state of the capitalist system and the working class of America, but it is not all philosophy, but a good, tense, dramatic, unpredictable and clever theft-oriented film. A large-scale shooting in a film can be as effective as an unarmed robbery, provided the artists, not the criminals, are able to perform it well. The charm, comedy and energy that Soderbergh injected into the genre with his style and that of the 11-year-old Ocean cast, had an impact on audiences around the world. More than 20 years after its release, it still lingers in the modern culture of cinema and music (given the inclusion of Elvis' unreconstructed song in the film, almost thirty years after his death), but 11 Friends of Ocean, the only clever, tense And it is not unpredictable in the new millennium. Even the sequels are beautiful, funny and clever. In addition to the 12 Friends of the Ocean and the 13 Friends of the Ocean, there are 27 other robbery-themed movies worth watching. Ant Man ( Ant-Man )
- Director: Python Reid
- Writers: Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish, Adam McKee
- Cast: Paul Rad, Evangeline Lily, Michael Douglas, Corey Stoll, Michael Pena
- Release Date: 2015
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 83 out of 100
- IMDb Score: 7.3 out of 10
Edgar Wright The Ant Man is considered one of the best modern comics, but the Python Reed Ant Man is considered one of the lesser-known main stories. Marvel is known. The film combines comic and stealth genres into a fun show full of special effects and superhero action. Paul Rad is a kind thief who plays Scott Long. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) gives him a mission to enter Hank's old company and steal one of the most important things in his life. A vengeful bodyguard, a little girl and a little costume are unexpected elements that are added to this exciting and humorous film. The screenplay of Wright, Joe Cornish and Adam McKee is full of comedy, charm, energy and humor. Even supporting actors like Michael Pena are amazing, playing a great role as a loyal friend. The Ant Man is a hilarious, entertaining and original thriller movie.
26. Army of the Dead ( Army of the Dead )
- Director: Zack Snyder
- Writers: Zack Snyder, Shea Hutton , Jobi Harold
- Cast: Dave Batista, Ella Pernell, Anna Regora, Omari Hardwick, Matthias Schweigofer
- Release Date: 2021
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 67 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie : 5.8 out of 10
2021 was a great year for Zack Snyder. Four years after the release of the Justice League film, he witnessed the release of his own view of the Justice League, as well as his theft-oriented film, which was a sequel to The Rise of the Dead. This film is a bloody, creative and lively work. This project offers a new and innovative definition of the genre of robbery and zombies. Guardian of the Galaxy Dave Batista gathers a team of mercenaries and villains and leads them to evacuate and clear an area of Las Vegas that has been quarantined by zombies from other parts of the United States.
25. Baby Driver ( Baby Driver )
- Director: Edgar Wright
- Writer: Edgar Wright
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 92 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 7.6 out of 10
Baby Driver is like a few short lines from the melody of a musical piece. Action, Obstruction, Excitement and Sound Simultaneously with the beating, in an almost two-hour period, this epic montage of music and car chases creates one of the most unique and energetic action movies of all time. In Edgar Wright's latest film, Ansel Algort (our unlucky actor) sits in the driver's seat as a baby. He is a skilled driver who uses his talent in a criminal robbery designed and managed by Kevin Spacey. Baby Driver, like all previous Wright movies, is full of energy. Only in certain parts does the film slow down until Baby returns home to take care of Joseph (CG Jones), his old deaf neighbor, and it is there that he meets Deborah (Lily James).
24. Bandits ( Bandits )
- Director: Barry Levinson
- Writer: Harley Python
- Actors: Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Cate Blanchett, Troy Garrett, Brian Byrne, Stacy Travis
- Release Date: 2001
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 64 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 6 5. Out of 10
Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton appear in this valuable film of the early part of the new century, as a clever and witty couple. They are not the above-mentioned desperate citizens who have been forced to commit crimes by the system, but two men who want to live in a way that is unattainable for 99% of the world's people. They start with unarmed robbery of banks and go so far as to call them bandits. The two are not sadistic during their crimes and are very cool and gentle.
Their plans are thwarted by Cate Blanchett who tries to disrupt their process. His introductory sequence, which has a certain style, is the beginning of the unpredictable excitement of his presence. The dynamic between the charismatic Bruce Willis, the nervous Billy Bob Terton and the crazy Cate Blanchett is the film's strength and driving force. These three people get involved in a love triangle in an interesting way, and finally, we see a story of love and cooperation between these people, outside of normal standards.
23. Dragged Across Concrete )
- Director: Craig Zahler
- Writer: Craig Zahler
- Cast: Mel Gibson, Vince One, Troy Keatles, Michael J. White, Thomas Kershman
- Release Date: 2018
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 76 out of 100
- IMDb Movie Score: 6.9 out of 10
When it comes to masculine and fast-paced films, Craig Zahler brings to life the style used by directors in the 1980s and 1990s. Drawn in Concrete is Zahler's latest film, written and directed by a more evolving depiction of the American character, pessimism, and idealism we saw in his earlier works, such as Cell 99 and Bon Tomhawk. The film follows the story of two suspended cops, Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughan, who try to rob a criminal who turns out to be a bank robber. This is an almost three-hour film, immersed in dialogue and characterization with shocking and explosive violence.
In this film, in one of the most disturbing and scary scenes of bank robbery in the cinema, we see a sad and different atmosphere that It is created by really scary and innovative people. The strong performances of the actors in a horrible scenario have enriched the film and have had a special impact on the action and the killing of the scenes. The film has a slow rhythm, but patient viewers eventually receive a valuable reward from these complex characters, which is accompanied by bullets and the death of the most important characters.
22. Drive ( Drive )
- Director: Nicholas Winding Raffen
- Writer: Hossein Amini
- Release Date: 2011
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 93 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 7 8. Out of 10
It is hard to believe that 10 years have passed since the release of Driving. Starring Ryan Gosling, this neo-noir crime-robbery film is one of the masterpieces of contemporary filmmaking, featuring the thought-provoking soundtrack by Cliff Martinez and the unique filming of Newton Thomas Siegel (The X-Men: The Last Days). The driver, Gosling's calm, motivated character, is a stuntman who acts as the driver of an underground criminal gang in Los Angeles. His storyline, intentions, and dreams are all left to the audience to interpret to make his character seem mysterious and efficient.
What is clear is his desire to keep his double life separate. When his worlds collide, the silence and atmosphere of the first half of the film disappear and we see a bloody and vengeful ending. The action of the film is brutal and violent, and the special effects are so unpleasant that they cannot be looked at. Driving was the first Hollywood film directed by Nicholas Winding Raffin to become his trademark, and it continued in his next film, Bronson. In all his later works he tried to create something like driving.
21. Fast and Furious 5 ( Fast Five )
- Director: Justin Lane
- Writers: Chris Morgan, Carrie Scott Thompson
- Cast: Wayne Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster, Tires Gibson, Ludacris
- Release Date: 2011
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 77 out of 100
- IMDb Score strong to the movie: 7.3 out of 10
Fast and furious watching 5 is amazing and enjoyable. Despite its antiquity, the film is a contemporary retelling of the action epics of the 1980s, which radiates the adrenaline of the audience and has strong dialogues. This is the first film in which all the members of the franchise team come together in one episode, and it is the first appearance of Dwayne Johnson (Rock) as the special agent, Hobbes, in a fast and furious epic. Using the magic of cinema and ignoring the laws of physics, director Justin Lane transcends the boundaries of his two previous films in the franchise. It begins, and it is a work full of criminals and extraordinary machines that prepare the audience from the very beginning for an unpredictable and often comedic world. In the film, team members led by Dominic Torto (Wayne Diesel) take part in a robbery designed to avenge a criminal mafia gang in South America. Second and Brian (Paul Walker) bring together fast and furious drivers and carpenters from Tires Gibson, Ludacris, Hahn, Gal Gadot and Reese. The last half hour of the movie shows the best action sequences of all the fast and furious popular movies and has a clever, destructive, fascinating and unique theft in the history of this franchise.
20. steal ( heist )
- Director: David Mammoth
- Writer: David Mammoth
- Cast: Jane Hackman, Rebecca Pidgon, Danny DeVito, Delroy Lindo, Sam Rockwell
- Release Date: 2001
- > Raton Tomitosis Score: 66 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 6.5 out of 10
Robbery is completely different, despite its simultaneous release with 11 Ocean Friends. The world of this film is pessimistic, gray and painful. Jane Hackman leads a group of thieves and dirty artists. The band of thieves in this movie, like several other movies in this list, all promise each other that this will be their last job before they steal. Hackman's group behaves like a family in seizing and stealing a shipment of gold, as Dominic Torto does little against them. Hackman, Danny DeVito (Philadelphia actor is always sunny) and Sam Rockwell (actor of Seven Psychics) lack humor, but this lack of humor and comedy is compensated by an exciting story full of deception. Going to the climax of the film, many people are killed because everyone is fighting to grab the gold they think belongs to them. Robbery is cluttered, crowded, and entertaining, and despite the usual atmosphere, the story is one of the most innovative robberies.
19. Welcome to whatever happens ( Hell or High Water )
- Director: David Mackenzie
- Writer: Taylor Sheridan
- Cast: Chris Payne, Ben Foster, Jeff Bridges, Gil Birmingham, Dale Dickey, William Sturchi
- Release Date: > 2016
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 96 out of 100
- IMDb Score Movie: 7.6 out of 10
This movie is an exciting story about two Texas brothers who commit robbery after the death of their mother. Whatever Happens is one of the best films of 2016, and received four Academy Award nominations, including Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor (Jeff Bridges) and Best Picture. The screenplay by Taylor Sheridan (author of the film Sicario) strongly condemns the current state of the American capitalist system and the turmoil in the working class majority. The film is fascinating and funny and has experienced actors who play their characters well. Chris Payne (Star Trek actor) and Ben Foster (Galveston actor) are the same fugitive thieves who are constantly being chased by Jeff Bridges and his partner, Gil Birmingham (two Texas sheriffs). The film's fraternal relations are well-crafted and elaborated by the strong director and screenwriter, and are the main element of the story. This is the most similar Texas-style film ever shot in New Mexico.
18. ( Inception )
- Director: Christopher Nolan
- Writer: Christopher Nolan
- Actors: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Elliott Page, Ken Watanabe, Tom Hardy
- Release Date: 2010
- Raton Tomitoz score: 87 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.8 out 10
Some thieves steal money and others steal jewelry or artwork, but Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his colleagues steal secrets. They do not infiltrate banks or museums, but go to the minds of certain people to obtain their information. Indoctrination is one of the most important and conceptual films of all time. Its popularity and popularity have influenced modern culture to such an extent that many films have imitated it and even made various parodies of it. Christopher Nolan's great project and story and ambitious thoughts correspond to the performances of DiCaprio, Marion Cotillard (Actor of the Dark Knight Rises), Killin Murphy (Pickey Blinders) and Ken Watanabe (Godzilla).
The complex about the dream within the dream and how it distorts the flow of time in the depths of the mind is aimed at lowering one's consciousness, which are very entertaining and exciting. The film won four of the eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Cinematography, Best Sound Editing and Best Editing and Best Special Effect. Eleven years have passed since the indoctrination, and this film is still recognized as the most outstanding work of Christopher Nolan's career.
17. Influence ( Inside Man )
- Director: Spike Lee
- Writer: Russell Guertz
- Actors: Denzel Washington, Clive Owen, Judy Foster, Christopher Plummer, Willem Dafoe
- Release Date: 2006
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- IMDb : 7.6 10
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