The Thomas Crown Affair details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Pierce Brosnan, Rene Russo, Denis Leary, Ben Gazzara, Frankie Faison, Fritz Weaver, Charles Keating, Mark Margolis, Faye Dunaway, Michael Lombard, James Saito, Daniel Oreskes|
|Collections:||100 Cops & Robbers, Cops & Robbers, Post-Match Passion|
The Thomas Crown Affair
|Run time:||1 hour 49 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Feb 2000|
|Subtitles:||Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English, German|
Most helpful review
Sexy, slick and in a different league to the originalBy LD from Herts , 21 Feb 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Another film I can watch over and over again and still laugh and cry at the same places every time. The soundtrack is such that whenever I hear the music I am immediately transported to the scenes in the film. The plot is fabulous, leaving you guessing along with the characters, all of whom have a deliciously humerous side. Brosnan and Russo sizzle together and the sexual chemistry between them is palpable.
This film would suit guys & gals as it delivers on several levels.
Good fun (and the soundtrack is worth investing in too.)
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Good watchBy a customer from Scotland , 01 Feb 2009Pierce is as yummy as ever and the storyline is really good. It keeps you guessing right to the end. Great movie.
Thomas Crown Affair '99By a customer from Lyne Chertsy , 16 Dec 2008I enjoyed this film the first time I saw it a few years ago and enjoyed it all over again. I think it was expertly filmed. A real mystery with art and intrigue to boot!
Very James BondBy a customer from Nottingham , 24 Jul 2008Very, slick and enjoyable. Pierce Brosnan plays a good part.
should be 4.5 starsBy rikerish (61 reviews) from Corsham, Engalnd , 27 Apr 2008Perice Brosnen at his usual suave best. Very clever and entertaining remake of the old version, on another level, would even work as a sequel. (unlike the 'Italian Job'). See the original, then this and you'll see what I mean.
Very Poor IndeedBy a customer from Southampton , 20 Apr 2008What starts out looking like a fast-paced crime caper rapidly descends into a meaningless series of slushy romantic interludes. Two characters motivated by greed, money and excitement soon forget their cold-hearted corporate personas to jet around various exotic locations smooching about like teenagers.
Although they enter into their affair with the express intent to manipulate one another, its not long before their steely resolve disintegrates and they are both awash with emotion. The plot twists are predictable and many of the scenes are completely unbelievable.
The first 20 minutes and the last 20 minutes contain some intrigue and excitement, and Dennis Learys performance might just have saved the film if hed been in it a bit more. The rest of the film is utter pap, you could easily fast-forward the middle hour without missing out on anything. Deplorable.