Gone in Sixty Seconds

June 9, 2000 0 By Fans
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A retired master car thief must come back to the industry and steal 50 cars with his crew in one night to save his brother's life.

Release Year: 2000

Rating: 6.2/10 (105,372 voted)

Critic's Score: 35/100

Dominic Sena

Stars: Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Giovanni Ribisi

Car theft in Long Beach went down 47% when Randall "Memphis" Raines walked away from the life. He gets dragged back into it by assuming the job his brother Kip screwed up for stolen-car broker Raymond Calitri: steal 50 exotic cars and have them on a container ship by 8 AM Friday morning, and he got this news on a Monday. With Calitri threatening to kill him and Kip, and the police GRAB unit breathing down his neck, Memphis reassembles his old crew and attempts to pull off the logistically impossible.

Writers: H.B. Halicki, Scott Rosenberg


Nicolas Cage

Memphis Raines

Giovanni Ribisi

Kip Raines

Angelina Jolie

Sara 'Sway' Wayland

T.J. Cross

Mirror Man

(as TJ Cross)

William Lee Scott


Scott Caan


James Duval


Will Patton

Atlee Jackson

Delroy Lindo

Det. Roland Castlebeck

Timothy Olyphant

Detective Drycoff

Chi McBride

Donny Astricky

Robert Duvall

Otto Halliwell

Christopher Eccleston

Raymond Calitri

Vinnie Jones

The Sphinx

Grace Zabriskie

Helen Raines

Ice Cold, Hot Wired.


Official Website:
Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc [United States] |

Release Date: 9 June 2000

Filming Locations: Arcadia, California, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $90,000,000


Opening Weekend: $25,336,048
(11 June 2000)
(3006 Screens)

Gross: $231,126,000

Technical Specs


(director's cut)

Did You Know?


Cinema Vehicle Services actually produced 12 different "Eleanors" for use in the production of this film. None of the 12 were actual Shelby Mustangs but converted standard 1967 Mustang fastbacks. Of those cars, seven survived the filming in various states of repair. A 13th Eleanor, based on a real 1967 Shelby GT500 was prepared by Cinema Vehicle Services for producer Jerry Bruckheimer, but that car did not appear in the film.


Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers):
When the thieves are quizzing each other over the walkie talkies they assert that Jim Rockford drove a '73 Firebird on
The Rockford Files. In fact Rockford drove a series of tan Firebirds on that show annually updating from a '74 model through a '78, but never a '73.


Otto Halliwell:
We're gonna have to go old school on this. A day to shop, a day to prep.

User Review

Great movie – stop giving it such a hard time!

Rating: 10/10

This movie has taken a lot of stick. It was slated by critics when it
came out and was blamed for wrecking Nicolas Cage's career. The thing I
don't think people get is that it's not meant to be an epic, Oscar
contender of a movie, it's just some brilliant "Bruck-buster" action at
its best. Fast cars, quick editing and a great soundtrack – it does
exactly what it says on the tin. Also, for anyone who likes cars its a
pure treat. It has everything: Ferraris, Mercs, a Hummer and lets not
forget Eleanor! I think you'd be hard pushed to find a better action
movie, and personally, a better movie at all!! Then again maybe that's
just me!