The best bank robberies in the cinema

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The best bank robberies in the cinema
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Movies about bank robberies have always fascinated the public, .... SOURCE: http://cinemaforumblog.com/peliculas-sobre-robo-de-bancos/

TOP 15:

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

Two men and one destiny (Spain) Paul Newman and Robert Redford play two of the most iconic roles in film history. One of the most memorable Westerns of all time. This film tells the story of two outlaws who are expert bank and train robbers in the old west, but there comes a time when the law is on their heels and they are forced to flee to Bolivia.

TOP 14:

Kalibre 35 (2000)

In this Colombian Film, Andrés¸ Federico and Luis obsessed with cinema and given the impossibility of obtaining financing for the making of a film¸ they decide to rob a bank. By convictions and principles they decide to use weapons without ammunition with the purpose of preventing innocent people from being affected.


TOP 13:

Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

This movie classic starring Warren Beaty and Faye Dunaway tells the real-life adventures of two lovers who violently committed bank robberies during the era of depression.

TOP 12:

Burned Silver (2000)

Buenos Aires, 1965. The Nene, the Gaucho and the Crow belong to a band of professional bank robbers, El Nene (Leonardo Sbaraglia) and Angel (Eduardo Noriega). In addition to maintaining a relationship of criminal complicity, they maintain a close relationship and love. His last actions have not been very positive, so next time they should have things very clear and do it perfectly. Fontana proposes to steal 7 million pesos.

TOP 11:

Bandits (2006)

Starring Penelope Cruz and Salma Hayek, the two come from opposite sides of the social ladder and, under normal circumstances, their paths probably would not have crossed. But fate unites them when a band of hired gunmen kill their loved ones. Pushed by necessity, they reluctantly form an alliance with the intention of finding revenge fulfilled; After overcoming their differences in character, they turn into bank robbers and fugitives from the law.


TOP 10:

Swordfish (2001)

The first thing we see in the initial sequence are the final moments of a jump to a bank where the viewer has no idea what is happening. In the role of villain we have John Travolta who, using the most sophisticated methods and armaments, intends to carry out one of the most lucrative robberies of all time. To complete his Travolta plan, he will have to use a computer genius played by Hugh Jackman.

TOP 9:

Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

Afternoon of Dogs This wonderful film by Sidney Lumet is based on a true story about the assault on a bank branch in New York City. In the stellar roles were Al Pacino playing Sonny, the mastermind and leader of the robbery with John Cazale incarnating Sal. With a poorly crafted plan and without a clear idea of how the situation was handled, the assailants decide to steal that for them It's simple, get in and take the money and get out.

TOP 8:

Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995)

Spain - The Crystal Jungle 3: Revenge, Hispanic America - Hard to kill 3 - Revenge A man who calls himself Simon "Jeremy Irons" informs the police that he is responsible for the attack, and threatens more explosions if the Lieutenant John McClane "Bruce Willis" does not participate in a game called "Simon says" Simon causes chaos by threatening to activate a bomb placed in a public school, and takes advantage of the fact that law enforcement is overwhelmed to steal most of the gold from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.


TOP 7:

The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960)

The robbery of the Bank of England In 1901, a group of Irish nationalists seek to strike the British government by robbing the Bank of England.

TOP 6:

Assalto ao central bank (2011)

This Brazilian Film inspired by the biggest bank robbery of the century, ranging from the preparation of the band behind the scenes of the federal police investigation. In August 2005, 164.7 million dollars were stolen from the Central Bank in Fortaleza, Ceará. Without giving a single shot, without throwing an alarm, the thieves came and went through a tunnel excavated under 84 meters from the vault

TOP 5:

The Bank Job (2008)

The robbery of the century or the great coup In this film Terry Leather (Jason Statham) receives the information that a bank will have its alarm system deactivated for a few days which makes it the perfect target for a robbery. Terry launches a plan and assembles a team to strike the blow, they plan to tunnel from a business next to the bank to the vault and get out the money. But what the team does not know what are the real motivations of theft and the mastermind behind everything.


TOP 4:

Point Break (1991)

They call him Bodhi (Spain), Bankruptcy Point (Latin America) A group of California surfers who make a living by robbing banks. Keanu Reeves plays the special agent Johnny Utah who is on the trail of the assailant band led by Partrick Swayze. A peculiar aspect of the film is that the gang of robbers uses costumes of former presidents of the United States to commit their misdeeds without being caught by bank security cameras.

TOP 3:

Heat (1995)

Two of the great legends of the cinema, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro starred in this classic action movie, director Michael Mann placed them on different sides of the law. In the film Robert De Niro played a cunning bank robber who has long evaded justice and who together with a group of fellow criminals always carry out robberies with excellent planning and pinpoint accuracy. On the trail of thieves is Al Pacino, a veteran policeman who with his sagacity and intelligence has a plan to catch the poo. In addition to dealing with his work Pacino has to face parallel to his family life which is in a tailspin and he tries to save her.

TOP 2:

The Town (2010)

The Town - City of thieves (Spain), Dangerous attraction (Latin America) The group of assailants use perfectly crafted and timed plans to avoid getting caught by the police. Everything is complicated when in one of his robberies one of the group members breaks one of the rules and takes a hostage and to complicate matters further, the group leader gets emotionally involved with her.

TOP 1:

Inside Man (2006)

Spain: Hidden Plan - Latin America: The Perfect Plan As the mastermind and architect of this great robbery is Clive Owen, with a cold and calculating aspect terrifies the hostages and keeps the policemen disoriented at all times, on the side of the law we have Denzel Washington as the cunning detective who wants to catch the thief and at the same time has to discover some hidden and suspicious interests behind this assault.