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Gone In 60 Seconds


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Gone in 60 Seconds is a 2000 (21 years ago) action film, starring Nicolas Cage (6 walls), Giovanni Ribisi, and Angelina Jolie. The movie was directed by Dominic Sena, and written by Scott Rosenberg. It was produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of The Rock, and Armageddon, and is a remake of the 1974 (47 years ago) H.B. Halicki movie of the same name.

The movie was shot in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and throughout Los Angeles and Long Beach.


The movie follows "Memphis" Raines (Nicolas Cage (6 walls)), a retired master car thief forced to return to his former trade and steal fifty specified cars for crime boss Raymond Vincent Calitri (Christopher Eccleston), who is threatening to kill Memphis' brother, Kip (Giovanni Ribisi), because Kip had taken a contract but failed to fulfill it (a stolen Porsche Carrera was chased to Kip's warehouse and the collected cars were impounded).

Memphis now has to fulfill the contract and so reassembles his old crew, also joined by Kip's crew.

With Detective Castlebeck (Delroy Lindo) and his partner, Detective Drycoff (Timothy Olyphant) breathing down their necks, they decide to steal all the cars in one night in order to reduce the chances of being caught.

But, the police already know about the boost and, after cracking an employee at the Mercedes dealership, who had earlier supplied Kip's crew with the special laser cut keys for a Mercedes, set a trap to catch them in action. It thus turns out to be a high action drama of a very long night. Instead, the Mercedes with the laser cut keys are stolen from the Police Impound lot. Later Castleback and Drycoff discover the "The Shopping List" at the warehouse of the beginning of the movie. Knowing that Memphis will save the 1967 (54 years ago) Shelby GT 500 a.k.a. "Eleanor" for last they locate the only one in Long beach just as Memphis is boosting it. This begins a highspeed chase through Long Beach, which concludes with a high risk jump over a traffic jam on a local bridge. Bringing the damaged Mustang to Calitri's salvage yard Calitri decides to have Memphis killed instead of Kip due to the fact that he is twelve minutes late with car number 50. Detective Castleback shows up and is ultimately saved from Calitri by Memphis, while Calitri falls to his death. Castleback lets Memphis go with the unspoken understanding that Memphis is still retired. Later back at Otto's the gang are having a sort of victory celebration barbecue, Sphynx bestows some words of wisdom (this is the only time he speaks in the film) and Kip gives Memphis a gift of a 1967 (54 years ago) Shelby Mustang GT 500 in less than mint condition. The movie concludes with Raines and Sway going for a ride and the car breaking down. The words "Oh don't do this to me," are said before the credits roll across the screen.


  • Nicolas Cage (6 walls) as Randall "Memphis" Raines
  • Angelina Jolie (146 walls) as Sara "Sway" Wayland
  • Robert Duvall as Otto Halliwell
  • Will Patton as Atley Jackson
  • Delroy Lindo as Detective Roland Castlebeck
  • Giovanni Ribisi as Kip Raines
  • Christopher Eccleston as Raymond Vincent Calitri
  • Vinnie Jones as Sphinx
  • Scott Caan as Tumbler
  • T.J. Cross as Mirror Man
  • James Duval as Freb
  • Timothy Olyphant as Detective Drycoff
  • Chi McBride as Donny Astricky
  • William Lee Scott as Toby
  • Grace Zabriskie as Helen Raines
  • Frances Fisher as Junie Halliwell
  • Stephen Shellen as Roger the Car Salesman
  • Trevor Goddard as Don (uncredited)
  • Master P. as Johnny B.


  1. "Painted on My Heart"- 4:27 (The Cult)
  2. "Machismo"- 3:36 (Gomez)
  3. "Flower"- 3:25 (Moby)
  4. "Rap"- 4:15 (Groove Armada)
  5. "Leave Home"- 5:13 (Chemical Brothers)
  6. "Da Rockwilder"- 2:20 (Method Man & Redman)
  7. "Roll All Day"- 3:15 (Ice Cube)
  8. "Sugarless"- 3"07 (Caviar)
  9. "Never Gonna Come Back Down"- 3:47 (BT)
  10. "Too Sick to Pray"- 4:46 (Alabama 3)
  11. "Party Up (Up in Here)"- 4:32 (DMX)
  12. "Stop the Rock"- 3:33 (Apollo 440)
  13. "Better Days (And the Bottom Drops Out)"- 6:25 (Citizen King)
  14. "Boost Me"- 2:49 (Trevor Rabin)


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