A spectacular robbery of gold bullion in Turin is masterminded by an older gentleman from a British prison where he is lord of all he surveys.
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The Italian Job 40th Anniversary Edition is a classic film that looks great when viewed on my HDTV using my Blu-Ray player. It's a masterpiece!
This 40 year old film is a masterpiece and to see it on blu-ray is unbelieveable as the picture quality is out of this world, and the news gets better as the sound even on a weak sound system is a pleasure to your ears. It captures colours perfectly without the contrast being too disturbing. if you love this film on dvd then watching it on blu-ray is a whole new exprience. WOW!
An immediate classic, The Italian Job is one of Michael Caine's best roles. An exciting crime film that has style and humour throughout.
After being disgusted by the dreadful quality of Highlander on blu ray I was pleasantly surprised by the superb picture quality of this release. I believe that this film has been restored frame by frame and it is obvious. Even if you have this film on DVD you must buy it on blu ray - it really is that much better. I cannot recommend it highly enough.