about 1/3 way through, my jaw dropped at how bad this movie was unfolding. since its over, i will only mourn over my lost life minutes. ok, the story plot is about stealing inside deposit boxes at a hotel. this "well planned" heist with a 2nd generation mastermind at the very least has a "man in the front desk" but then *gasp* - leading desk phone rings - and also the whole team of robbers stand there checking out the phone like its a cobra snake that has hypnotized them. "what must we do?" well, i can tell you're on the edge of your seat, even so won't provide it with away. and yes it only becomes worse from that high point of suspense. yeah, so miss this. send me an email of how else you spent your 1:44 of life and possibly i can at least live these wasted minutes vicariously due to you. Another remake that is great and not pointless (Hairspray). The acting on this is phenomenal -- Bale and Crowe are top-notch, with very convincing performances. The storyplot is interesting. Encounter sequences outweigh another film in 2007, and also the special effects are few but good. Overall, some individuals are going to find this an overrated film, however if you're as i am, it lives approximately the hype and acclaim. That is one of the best films on iTunes so far. Buy/rent this film. Nothing compares to the look inside the eye of men who are on a great adventure!Bruce Brown has been able to keep a low profile with this epic movie capturing the 1968 NORRA Mexican 1000 for ABC's Wide Whole world of Sports. The infamous Jim McKay - tweed suit and wearing the sole necktie in Baja California - is included to the "Lion's Den" and finds incredible comorodere with legends like Indy 500 winner Parnelli Jones, the late Mickey Thompson, Malcolm Smith and movie actor James Garner! From the starting line inside the small fishing village of Ensenada with a small, dusty ranch named Rancho Santa Ynez, to your half-way point in El Arco and also on to the finish line in La Paz; McKay does a yeoman's job of not simply staying awake; he or she is remarkably alert and fascinated with the surroundings - never afraid to keep the microphone to the face of riders and drivers who have gone "camera shy" (substantially reality, these people were saying to themselves: "What is McKay doing in 'this place'?"tBruce Brown narrates in between segments; detailing the time and effort, the logistics as well as the sacrifices to make this rugged sport towards the living rooms of the usa during the Vietnam War, Nixon, cigarette T.V. commericals and beer and soda cans that actually required the "real" can opener! The truth that "The Thin Man" series in on iTunes is the ideal thing I have seen all year. Having said that I would really like to see the the past three installments of the series. They remind me of I became growing up. Please oh great ones at iTunes please make these movies available that will make my day. This movie would have been a very realistic and witty representation products life is like for teens trying to live up to a certain reputation. It approaches possibly serious life situations in a very funny and light-hearted way. Can't wait to determine what Deacon arises with next!