The Thomas Crown Affair 50th Anniversary
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Brand New 4K Restoration! 'Every crime has a personality, something like the mind that planned it' says Vicki Anderson (Faye Dunaway, Network, Chinatown), the sleek insurance investigator trying to figure out the intellect behind a bank robbery so stunning, it has Boston's finest completely baffled. Sophisticated, handsome Thomas Crown (Steve McQueen, The Getaway, Bullitt) has only one worry--what persona he will take on tomorrow. But when the genius rogue pulls off a crime-of-the-century bank heist and finds himself pitted against a nemesis as powerful as he is, his devil-may-care attitude hurls him into an edge-of-your-seat game of intrigue and suspense. The Thomas Crown Affair has all the dazzling personality of the intriguing crime it portrays. The great Norman Jewison (In the Heat of the Night, Rollerball) directed this classic sexy thriller featuring top-notch cinematography by Haskell Wexler (The Conversation) and score by Michel Legrand (Summer of 42).
-New Interview with director Norman Jewison
-Interview with title designer Pablo Ferro
-'Three's A Company' - 1967 on the set featurette with the cast & crew
-Audio Commentary by director Norman Jewison
-Audio Commentary with Film Historians Lem Dobbs and Nick Redman
-Original Theatrical Trailer
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The re-make is fine, but if I had to choose between the original with Mr. McQueen, and the re-make....I'll go for the original every time. I also like the ability of hearing and seeing the Director's remarks (Norman Jewison) that revealed some things I never thought about... as I was too wrapped up in watching the movie.
This is so enjoyable I know it will pass my test of watching it over and over without being bored.
I'm glad I bought this movie, and recommend it to all McQueen fans.
This is not a movie I would not recommend though, just a bit dated in style but good compared to some older movies that fall flat on their faces after this many years, plus it has Steve McQueen in it.
Also, I would say that, finally, no need to see naked people or more than suggestive sex scenes to show sensuality or even eroticism, the chess scene is here the perfect example of it.
So, it's always a pleasure to see a good movie with great actors!