PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Thriller
A retired master car thief must come back to the industry and steal fifty cars with his crew in one night to save his brother's life.
One of the executive producers of the film was Denice Shakarian Halicki, widow of H.B. Halicki, who wrote, directed and starred in the original Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000).
For the next 24 hours, all your decision-making privileges have been removed. You got it?
Mirror Man: It's cool, man.
Memphis: Obviously, they're on to us. He's sniffing real close. If anything tonight appears out of place, I want you to cut bait, get out of there, and ...
After Memphis breaks off the passenger side mirror on Eleanor, the mirror hangs by the door. After driving off when he sees the police car, the mirror is firmly attached and aligned with the driver side mirror. In the subsequent chase through the pier, the mirror is shown to be hanging in close up shots, but attached in some of those farther away.
Before the end credits begin the screen goes black. When this happens we hear Memphis' car stall and he says "Oh don't do this to me!"
Director's cut DVD contains nine additional minutes.
$25,336,048 (USA) (11 June 2000)