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The Thomas Crown Affair
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Directed By
Norman Jewison

Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway, Jack Weston, Yaphet Kotto, Gordon Pinsent

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The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
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Movie Review by MarkSchitts
June 23rd, 2018

The Rich And Bored

Just imagine for a minute that you are Thomas Crown. And being Thomas Crown you are not only super-rich - But, you are also super-bored, too.

And in your state of super-boredom you plan a daring, daylight bank robbery of $2.5 million that you believe to be foolproof.

And since you are so super-rich you pay others to carry out this heist for you 'cause you are too much of a coward to do it yourself.

OK. Now imagine for a minute that you are Vicky Anderson, the ruthless insurance investigator. And, being Vicky Anderson you are not only super-confident about your "female intuition" - But, you are also a super-b*tch, too.

And, in your state of super-confidence your "female intuition" tells you that Thomas Crown is, indeed, the mastermind behind the brazen bank robbery you are investigating.

And, so - As a foolproof plan - You first use sex to lure Crown. And, then, you use sex to trap him.... Presto! It's as easy as that!

Get the picture? And, that, in a nutshell, is what this 1968 crime-drama is all about (with, of course, a few extra embellishments thrown into the mix for good measure).

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