The Anderson Tapes (1971)
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This breathlessly paced high-tech thriller stars Sean Connery as Anderson, a career criminal who's just been released from his latest prison term. Seeking a quick financial turnover, Anderson uses mob funding to finance an ambitious robbery. With a gang of expert thieves, Anderson sets about to rob every wealthy tenant of a fancy East Side apartment building. What he doesn't know is that every move he makes is being monitored and taped by several law-enforcement agencies, who hope that Anderson
Jun 17, 1971 Limited
Jan 6, 2003
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Richard B. Shull
Dick Anthony Williams
Michael B. Miller
Starring Sean Connery, Sidney Lumet's thriler is one of the best caper films of the 1970s
Weak caper flick that's phony, superficial and unconvincing, that too slickly veers between comedy and suspense.
If this sort of thing bores you, you may want to give it a chance anyway because Christopher Walken ... makes his Hollywood film debut.
Good, old-fashioned Connery heist flick. Goes down smooth.
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