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About the Movie
Now in theaters! Renowned art thief and former daredevil Crunch Calhoun (Kurt Russell) teams up with a motley crew of international grifters to pull off the most elaborate double-crossing caper of a lifetime.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 45
- Fresh: 20
- Rotten: 25
- Average Rating: 5.4/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Matt Dillon and Kurt Russell may not make the most convincing half-brothers, but "The Art of the Steal" is a fairly amusing heist film with some sibling tension helping the story along.
Rotten: A derivative heist thriller-comedy that passes painlessly enough at a brisk 90 minutes, but ultimately feels as disposable as the numerous counterfeit paintings that exchange hands throughout.
Rotten: The actors give it punch, but in the grand scheme of caper comedies, "The Art of the Steal" is more breathlessly imitative than authentic.
Fresh: The end result satisfies both our vicarious greed and the desire some viewers will have to see a priceless work of art wind up in the hands of someone who couldn't care less about its price.
Hilarious and Cool - great fun
Incredibly funny and quite clever with its twists and turns. Goes right up there with films like Ocean's 11 and The Italian Job. Really great to see Kurt Russell back in top form, and Jay Baruchel just totally steals the movie. Also, how cool to see it before it's even in theaters?! Fantastic deal and a great watch.
Love this movie. So fun. Like a quirky and off-beat Ocean’s Eleven. My boyfriend and I watched tonight and it was the perfect weeknight flick - just enough juicy plot and enjoyable comedy. Jay Baruchel is hilarious and Kurt Russell is like an old favorite from growing up. I want to recommend it to my parents even, just cause it’s an old fashioned heist flick with an awesome new twist! Why not?! Definite recommend.
An amusing and overall entertaining take on the heist genre that keeps you on your toes. A movie you will want to watch again as soon as it ends.