Steven Soderbergh took a cool movie from 1960 and made it cooler by casting George Clooney and Brad Pitt as the ones sacking the casinos.
Al Pacino and Robert De Niro pair up for a deadly cat and mouse game in Michael Mann's intelligent thriller.
Forget the Mark Wahlberg remake. The 1969 original features Michael Caine and Benny Hill and one helluva car chase.
This Spike Lee joint involves robbers (Clive Owen among them) who dress like hostages so cops (including Denzel Washington) can't tell friend from foe.
Steve McQueen's burglar plans One Last Job; Faye Dunaway is the insurance investigator who falls for his charms.
Gene Hackman leads a crew, disguised as cops and runway technicians, past airport security to unload gold from a Swiss plane.
How do you pull off a plan involving staged fights, an assassinated race horse, and clown masks? Ask Stanley Kubrick.
In this jewelry store heist, the central event is rendered in an 11-minute sequence of criminal professionalism.
Bill Murray directs and stars, as a gun-wielding clown, weaving in and out of NYC traffic to make his escape after a bank robbery.
The Owen brothers (Luke and Owen) co-star in this Wes Anderson indie about small-time thieves.