R | | Crime, Romance, Thriller
A very rich and successful playboy amuses himself by stealing artwork, but may have met his match in a seductive detective.
Faye Dunaway, who played the psychologist in this movie, played the insurance investigator in the 1968 original.
This is a black and white ball.
Catherine Banning: That's okay, I wasn't invited anyway.
When Banning has taken Crown's keys, and her people are making duplicates, a close-up is shown on the machine cutting the duplicate key. They are gliding the head across the grooves to cut the slug into the same shape. This is how many keys are duplicated, but not the Medeco high-security model that is shown in the movie. The Medecos are cut one groove at a time, because each groove can be angled in one of three positions.
During the opening credits, the letters in the names of principal cast and crew switch same-letters (i.e., the "R's" in "Pierce Brosnan", the "E's" in "Dennis Leary").
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$14,600,719 (USA) (8 August 1999)
$69,304,264 (USA) (13 February 2000)