Randall "Memphis" Raines long ago abandoned his life of crime, but after an ominous visit from an old friend, he finds he has no choice but to return to what he does best - stealing cars - in order to save his brother's life. It all comes down to one night, 50 cars and a contract. A true automobile aficionado, Memphis has a burning passion for cars. Fuel-injected, high-performance, v-8, v-12, turbo-charged, loaded or stripped to the bare essentials, he knows and loves every nut and bolt, every gleaming piece of chrome. Memphis is a car thief of legendary proportion. No fancy lock or alarm can stop him; your car will be there and gone in 60 seconds. For years, Memphis eluded the law while boosting every make and model imaginable, with the exception of one elusive car, his beloved Eleanor, a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT 500. When the heat became too intense, he left everything and everyone he loved to find a different life. But when his kid brother tries to follow in his footsteps only to become dangerously embroiled in a high-stakes caper, Memphis is sucked back into his old life, tearing up the streets for one last death-defying heist.
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Ratings and Reviews
Critics Consensus: Even though Oscar-bearers Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, and Robert Duval came aboard for this project, the quality of Gone in 60 Seconds is disappointingly low. The plot line is nonsensical, and even the promised car-chase scenes are boring.
Check your brain at the door, enjoy with popcorn.
Cast & Crew
- Touchstone Pictures
- Action & Adventure
- © 2000 Touchstone Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer, Inc., All Rights Reserved
- English (Dolby 5.1, Stereo, CC, AD)
Danish (Subtitles), Dutch (Subtitles), Finnish (Subtitles), French (Stereo), Hebrew (Subtitles), Indonesian (Subtitles), Norwegian (Subtitles), Polish (Subtitles), Russian (Subtitles), Spanish (Stereo, Subtitles), Swedish (Subtitles), Thai (Subtitles), Traditional Chinese (Subtitles), Turkish (Subtitles), Ukrainian (Subtitles)
- Closed captions (CC) refer to subtitles in the available language with the addition of relevant non-dialogue information.
- Audio descriptions (AD) refer to a narration track describing what is happening on screen, to provide context for those who are blind or have low vision.