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The Italian Job This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

By Oelania P, Brooklyn, NY

     "The Italian Job" is unoriginal, but somehow still manages to be clever and entertaining.

At first glance this seems an ordinary bad-guy movie whose main characters are glorified thieves. After pulling off an amazingly complex heist in Venice, their millions are stolen by one of their own. The plot then jumps forward a year, with the remaining thieves wanting to get revenge on the traitor in their midst. They develop another fantastical and entertainingly unrealistic plan, and then try to perform a complex robbery between thieves.

The movie's highlights are its chase scenes, where the protagonist and crew race the newfangled sport cars, Minis, against motorcyclists and a helicopter.

As is customary in heist movies, ingenious plans and paradoxical stunts pervade "The Italian Job.

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