Gone In Sixty Seconds

Gone in Sixty Seconds

Dominic Sena (2000)

15 Certificate


Our Score
The car's the star in this boys-and-their-toys action drama that, unfortunately, has too little action to cover for the absence of plot. Nicolas Cage plays a reformed car thief who is forced to pull off an impossible job - steal 50 top-of-the-range cars in four nights - for bad guy Christopher Eccleston, in return for his brother Giovanni Ribisi's life. Cage ropes in his old crew - including ex-flame Angelina Jolie and silent-but-deadly Vinnie Jones - for the job, but it's over an hour before we get any stealing or crashing of any description. There's a nice chase at the end, but the deficiencies in the storyline drive it headfirst into a cul-de-sac of unrealised tension.


A veteran car thief is forced out of retirement to steal 50 top-of-the-range vehicles in exchange for his brother's life. While his sibling is held hostage by a sadistic gangster, he asks his former cronies to help - but with the clock ticking and just a few days remaining to pull off the daunting task, their chances of success are hanging by a thread. Thriller, starring Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Giovanni Ribisi and Robert Duvall.

Cast & Crew

Randall "Memphis" Raines Nicolas Cage
Sara "Sway" Wayland Angelina Jolie
Kip Raines Giovanni Ribisi
Det Roland Castlebeck Delroy Lindo
Atley Jackson Will Patton
Raymond Calitri Christopher Eccleston
Donny Astricky Chi McBride
Otto Halliwell Robert Duvall
Tumbler Scott Caan
Det Drycoff Timothy Olyphant
Toby William Lee Scott
The Sphinx Vinnie Jones
Freb James Duval
Director Dominic Sena
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourTheatrical distributor: Buena VistaGuidance: Violence, swearing.Available on: video, DVD and Blu-rayReleased on: 4 Aug 2000