Steal (2002)

R   |    |  Action, Crime, Thriller

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A gang of extreme sportsmen raises the stakes in their criminal activities.




  • Stephen Dorff and Karen Cliche in Steal (2002)
  • Stephen Dorff in Steal (2002)
  • Stephen Dorff in Steal (2002)
  • Stephen Dorff in Steal (2002)
  • Karen Cliche in Steal (2002)
  • Natasha Henstridge and Bruce Payne in Steal (2002)

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13 June 2003 | sowbi
Awful movie
This is one of the most horrible movies I have ever seen. It tries to use the presently-in vogue formula of smart bad guy getting the gold. The plot is very twisty turny. It goes like this...

Three guys and a girl are out stealing banks using extreme sports talents. Action is okay, but after seeing movies like XXX, too much action has become somewhat boring. (A case of "If I see another idiot jumping over a two deck bus..."). Somehow they get into trouble with the police (gee, how is that possible?), a guy who stands in shadows and tortures them by keeping them in a really cold room, another guy who seems to be a cross between Elvis and a preacher (Horrors!).

I seriously don't know what Natasha Henstridge is for, oh wait.. I do. Those semi nude scenes. Even the love scenes suck cuz there is absolutely no chemistry.

The dialogues are cliched, the plot is cliched, the characters are cliched and the ending is cliched.

I loved Ocean's Eleven, but a hazard of its success seems to be the proliferation of crappy heist flicks that suck big time.

I used to really like Stephen Dorf, and thought he was doing weird but interesting movies. Then he did this one, and I don't think I'll ever be able to see that Aerosmith video again without grimacing.

Stay away from this one if you can't take boredom very well.

Overall rating 1/2

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Release Date:

8 May 2002



Country of Origin

France, UK, Canada

Filming Locations

Montréal, Québec, Canada

Box Office


$15,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$2,048,289 (France) (10 May 2002)

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