Out of Sight

Out of Sight

By Steven Soderbergh

  • Genre: Steven Soderbergh
  • Release Date: 1998-06-26
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 2h 2min
  • Director: Steven Soderbergh
  • Production Company: Universal Pictures
  • iTunes Price: GBP 4.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 3.49
6.6/10
6.6
From 717 Ratings

Description

Meet Jack Foley (George Clooney), a smooth criminal who bends the law and is determined to make one last heist. Karen Sisco (Jennifer Lopez) is a federal marshal who chooses all the right moves … and all the wrong guys. Now they're willing to risk it all to find out if there's more between them than just the law. Variety hails Out of Sight as "a sly, sexy, vastly entertaining film."

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  • First rate on all counts!

    5
    By Coolhandlee
    A film full of superb elements that combine to make a great union! This is a film that is not easy to forget simply because it has such a superb atmosphere , behind a great story with well rounded characters and an irresistible romance! The script, score, performances, photography and editing combine along with a master director to create a memorable movie experience! review by COOLHANDLEE
  • One of the best

    5
    By 1hrdhdjdndjd
    so good
  • surprisingly good.

    4
    By Asharnanae
    It feels classy, and intriguing, with a nice element of storytelling. It's comes over as intelligent, and when there is romance between the two main characters it reads well, and remarkably, it does not come off as cheesy or forced, which you don't often see. The main characters are well done and believable as well charismatic, and the supporting cast have and interesting mix of both written characters and actors. Overall they feel like a varied slice of humanity. What I like most is it's not overdone, in that while there are moments of bloodshed, it's not gore splattered all over the place, and there are many differing reactions to it from the characters in the film. There are elements of somewhat dark/ironic comedy, but they fit into the feel of the film rather than try to slap you round the face for an out of place laugh. It has good pace, and some lovely little touches, particularly a cameo in the end scene. Well worth a watch, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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