|The Bank Job 2008 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Roger Donaldson
Cast: Jason Statham, Saffron Burrows, Stephen Campbell Moore, Daniel Mays, James Faulkner, Alki David, Michael Jibson, Georgia Taylor, Richard Lintern, Peter Bowles, Alistair Petrie, Angus Wright, David Suchet, Rupert Frazer, Christopher Owen
This story is based on a 1971 bank heist in London that begins when Martine (Saffron Burrows) tells Terry (Jason Statham) that the alarms have been shut down temporarily at the Baker Street branch of Lloyds Bank while the security system is being changed. Terry is a car dealer who has been having financial problems. He listens to Martine and then rounds up his friends (Stephen Campbell, Daniel Mays, James Faulkner, and Alki David) to tunnel in for a bank heist. After four days of digging, while Eddie (Michael Jibson) is stationed on a nearby roof with his walkie-talkie, they open the vaults and find cash and valuable jewelry–along with incriminating secrets involving the Royal Family, the British government, and notorious gangsters. What they do not know is that because a ham radio operator (Angus Wright) has been listening in on Eddie's conversations and has alerted the authorities, the heist is doomed.
|The Gospel of John 2003 PG-13, 180 min.|
Director: Philip Saville
Cast: Henry Ian Cusick, Daniel Kash, Stuart Bunce, Richard Lintern, Stephen Russell, Scott Handy, Lynsey Baxter, Christopher Plummer, Diana Berriman, Alan Van Sprang, Cedric Smith, Diego Matamoros
Narrated by Christopher Plummer, this three-hour drama relates the story of Jesus in an accurate word-by-word interpretation of the Gospel According to John, which was written during the first century.
|1. The Bank Job (2008)|
2. The Gospel of John (2003)
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