Apocalypse Better Call Saul: Season 4 Castle Rock: Season 1 The Deuce: Season 2 Fear the Walking Dead: Season 3 The Walking Dead: View All Photos 8. Steven Soderbergh directed this crime caper adapted from the novel by Elmore Leonard. His escape from prison doesn't go as planned, since it's witnessed by deputy federal marshal Karen Sisco Jennifer Lopez. Foley's pal Buddy Bragg Ving Rhames intervenes, with the result that Sisco winds up in the trunk of the getaway car with Foley, and the two realize they're attracted to each other, despite being on opposite sides of the law.
However, that doesn't stop Sisco from her mission to capture Foley, who has spent much of his life in prison. While seeking a hidden safe, the group threatens Ripley's housekeeper Midge Nancy Allen. Foley and Bragg are in on this operation, but they wind up outwitting the others, and Sisco is close on their trail. The film features uncredited cameos by Michael Keaton and Samuel L. Jackson, and was shot in locations in Florida, Louisiana, and Michigan. George Clooney as Jack Foley. Jennifer Lopez as Karen Sisco. Ving Rhames as Buddy Bragg. Don Cheadle as Maurice Miller.
Dennis Farina as Marshall Sisco. Albert Brooks as Richard Ripley. Steve Zahn as Glenn Michaels.
Isaiah Washington as Kenneth. Michael Keaton as Ray. Nancy Allen as Midge. Catherine Keener as Adele. Jackson as Hejira Uncredited. Jim Robinson as Bank Employee. Elgin Marlow as Bank Customer.
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Donna Frenzel as Loretta Bank Teller. Manny Suarez as Cop in Bank 1. Keith Hudson as Cop in Bank 2. Luis Guzman as Chino. Paul Soileau as Lulu. Scott Allen as Pup. Susan Hatfield as Parking Lot Woman. Brad Martin as White Boxer. James Black as Himey. Chuck Castleberry as Library Guard. Connie Sawyer as Old Elevator Lady. Philip Perlman as Old Elevator Gent.
Keith Loneker as Bob, White Boy. Paul Calderon as Raymond Cruz. Alpert as Officer Grant. Viola Davis as Moselle.
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Sex, Lies, and Videotape The Good German Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jack Foley Jennifer Lopez Karen Sisco Jim Robinson Bank Employee Mike Malone Buddy Bragg Don Cheadle Maurice Miller Donna Frenzel Bank Teller Catherine Keener Marshall Sisco Keith Hudson Bank Cop Steve Zahn Glenn Michaels Albert Brooks Chino as Luis Guzman Paul Soileau Edit Details Official Sites: Edit Did You Know? Trivia Catherine Keener was originally slated for the role of Karen Sisco. Goofs The supposedly uncut diamonds sparkle and look like already-cut diamonds.
Oh, that's right, you have my wallet. Why don't you come by the house, you can drop it off? Producer Danny DeVito bought the rights to the book after his success with the film adaptation of Leonard's novel Get Shorty. However, the filmmaker was close to making another project and hesitated to commit. Silver told him, "These things aren't going to line up very often, you should pay attention".
Sandra Bullock was originally considered to play Karen Sisco opposite Clooney. According to Soderbergh, "What happened was I spent some time with [Clooney and Bullock] and they actually did have a great chemistry. But it was for the wrong movie. They really should do a movie together, but it was not Elmore Leonard energy. The character of Foley appealed to Clooney, who as a boy had considered as heroes the bank robbers in movies, citing "the Cagneys and the Bogarts , Steve McQueen and all those guys, the guys who were kind of bad and you still rooted for them.
And when I read this, I thought, 'This guy is robbing a bank but you really want him to get away with it.
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Soderbergh cites Nicolas Roeg 's film Don't Look Now as the primary influence on how he approached the love scene between Foley and Sisco: We had to mix it up and have you feel like you were more in their heads. After Michael Keaton was cast as the detective Nicolette in Jackie Brown , Universal subsequently cast him for a cameo in the same role in Out of Sight.
While Miramax Films owned the rights to the character, due to the fact that Jackie Brown went into production first, director Quentin Tarantino felt it was imperative that Miramax not charge Universal for using the character, allowing the character's appearance without Miramax receiving financial compensation. Nicolette appears in only one brief scene, whereas the character was a much more substantial element of Jackie Brown. DJ David Holmes was originally hired to write a few sections of the film's theme music. Soderbergh liked what he did so much that he had Holmes score the rest of the film.
Holmes spent six weeks working to hour days to finish the score in time for the film's release. Out of Sight received critical acclaim. The site's critical consensus reads: Film critic Roger Ebert gave the film three and a half out of four stars and praised Clooney's performance, stating: A lot of actors who are handsome when young need to put on some miles before the full flavor emerges
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