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Nick Nolte In A Heist Like Movie?

Wed Sep 03, 2003 12:31 am

A few months ago, I was walking through an electronics store.

I remember seeinga trailer for some nick nolte movie. I think it was was like a heist or robbery or something. It reminded me of Ocean's Eleven in a way.

Anyone know what the movie is called?
Is it out yet?
How was it? (if u saw it)
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RE: Nick Nolte In A Heist Like Movie?

Wed Sep 03, 2003 12:57 am

It sounds like The Good Thief, a gambler-turned-thief movie set in France, that was released earlier this year but never went into wide release. Nick Nolte was the only recognizable name in it.
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RE: Nick Nolte In A Heist Like Movie?

Wed Sep 03, 2003 1:03 am

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RE: Nick Nolte In A Heist Like Movie?

Wed Sep 03, 2003 2:15 am

I can recall from a few years back Nolte giving an interview and mentioning he had had a "testicle tuck" due to his ever-lower hanging balls. He did not want his low hangers to mar sex scenes called for in scripts offered to him.
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RE: Nick Nolte In A Heist Like Movie?

Wed Sep 03, 2003 2:35 am

I can recall from a few years back Nolte giving an interview and mentioning he had had a "testicle tuck" due to his ever-lower hanging balls. He did not want his low hangers to mar sex scenes called for in scripts offered to him.

He's got an overactive imagination. That particular part of a man's anatomy is almost never seen in non-pornographic movies. In addition, major stars generally use body doubles for nude scenes.
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