Welcome to Jalopnik Movie Club, where we take a look at cars in movies and movies about cars, and you write in with all of your hot takes. This week, we’re reviewing the boring 2003 remake of The Italian Job, a movie that strips most of the style, flair and humor away from the original and replaces it with Marky Mark. Where the original 1969 The Italian Job was undoubtedly a movie made as an excuse to have fun with some incredible cars and pull off some ridiculous stunts, the 2003 remake was a movie made to rip off from the success of 2001’s Ocean’s 11 and sell the new big Mini. We have a lot of takes about the Mini, if you hadn’t noticed. The remake includes some critical changes over the original movie, moving the actual con job in Italy to the very beginning of the movie, and having its consequences be the motivation for the big con during the finale. It’s a fine change to the story, except the finale takes place in Los Angeles, which lacks all of the charm, vibrance and excitement of the original setting. It’s like the filmmakers were instructed to base a… Read full this story
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