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Overview - Nicky has studied the science of human nature his whole life, and understands precisely how to earn anyone's trust, or fool them into never noticing he's stealing their watch, or wallet, or anything they might have that Nicky can sell. In the movie's opening sequence, he's eating at a New York restaurant when the gorgeous Jess approaches his table and asks him to pretend to be her boyfriend so that she can avoid a particularly determined guy at the bar who won't stop hitting on her.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Nicky has studied the science of human nature his whole life, and understands precisely how to earn anyone's trust, or fool them into never noticing he's stealing their watch, or wallet, or anything they might have that Nicky can sell. In the movie's opening sequence, he's eating at a New York restaurant when the gorgeous Jess approaches his table and asks him to pretend to be her boyfriend so that she can avoid a particularly determined guy at the bar who won't stop hitting on her. The two of them hit it off, but he quickly figures out that she's running a scam on him and soon turns the tables on her and her partner. Undaunted, Jess begs Nicky to teach her what he knows about the criminal life, and he brings her in on a plan to steal from as many people as possible during Super Bowl week in New Orleans. She turns out to be a natural, and quickly learns the ropes of this unscrupulous world. Nicky and Jess seem to be falling for each other, but Nicky's actions at the end of their New Orleans trip force Jess to reassess their relationship. Three years later, Nicky enters into a deal with Garriga (Rodrigo Santoro), a wealthy playboy who has a software program that will help his Formula 1 team triumph. Nicky agrees to help Garriga sell a fake version of the program to his competitors, but as the plan goes into motion he discovers Jess and Garriga are a couple. As old feelings complicate the new arrangement, Nicky must also contend with the no-nonsense Owens (Gerald McRaney), Garriga's head-of-security who openly distrusts Nicky.

Cast List

John Requa - Screenwriter, CATS AND DOGS (2001)
Glenn Ficarra - Screenwriter, CATS AND DOGS (2001)
Nick Urata
Xavier Grobet
Kimberly Amacker
David Haines - Actor
Adrian Martinez - Actor, TAXI (2004)
Gerald McRaney - TV's "Major Dad"; married Delta Burke
Will Smith - American actor/rap performer/producer
B.D. Wong
Don Yesso
Mariano Bertolini
Robert Taylor - Actor/Director, CAMILLE/DEATH VALLEY DAYS
Spangler Arlington Brugh - Actor/Director, CAMILLE/DEATH VALLEY DAYS
Patrick J. O'Hara - Actor; Football Coach
Darrell Foster
Rodrigo Santoro - Actor, BEHIND THE SUN (2001)
Nicoye Banks - Actor, INVINCIBLE/GHETTO FABULOUS
Dotan Bonen
Dominic Fumusa
Alan Sabbagh
Juan Minujin
Griff Furst - Actor, JOLLY ROGER/DEAD MEN WALKING
Griffith Feuerstein - Actor, JOLLY ROGER/DEAD MEN WALKING
Griff Feuerstein - Actor, JOLLY ROGER/DEAD MEN WALKING
David Stanford
Billy Slaughter
Billy Louviere
Brennan Brown
Stephanie Honore
Margot Robbie
Nina Leon
Clay Chamberlin
Pietro Gian
Jon Eyez
Armando Leduc
Brett Baker
Aaron Jay Rome
Han Soto
Thomas Francis Murphy
Scott M. Jefferson
Kate Adair
Martin Covert
Alvin Chon
Michael Dardant
Steve Kim - Actor
Jano Seitun
Melania Lenoir
Justina Bustos
Paula Brasca
Antonella Macchi
Daniel Ladmirault
Chip Carriere
Daniella Short
Frank Monteleone
Herve Segata
Jorge Takashima
Pierre Marquille
Nas Mehdi
Federico Bongiorno
Lindsay Clift - Actor
Ruy Gatti
Cacilie Hughes
Taylor Persh
Thomas Thomason
Antonella Saldicco
Joaquin Berthold
Apollo Robbins
Victor Moran
Eric McMullen
Yeshi Tenzin
Laney Chouest
Hilary Tuttle
Guillermo Miguel
Nick Reasons
Chris Dieker
Stevie Baggs Jr.
Thomas Holley
Walter Prestenberg Jr.
Nicholas Harris - Actor
Steve Hammond - Actor
Derrick Townsend

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 104
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 883929423996
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: October 2016

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Reviews:
"The one responsible for getting the pulse racing is Margot Robbie....When it comes to charm, his is substantial, hers is effervescent." - 02/26/2015 Los Angeles Times


"Robbie is a wow and then some....[She] shows a comic flair backed up with beauty and steel." - 02/26/2015 Rolling Stone


"[A]rtfully arranged. The skillful interweaving of glass and mirrors works well with the plot." - 02/27/2015 USA Today


3 stars out of 4 -- "[C]o-stars Will Smith and Margot Robbie remain consistently charismatic....For Smith, FOCUS functions as a return to form..." - 02/26/2015 RogerEbert.com


"[A] nifty directing job with some gorgeous location shoots and some beautifully choreographed pickpocket scenes....This is just sheer, escapist entertainment from start to finish." - 02/26/2015 Chicago Sun-Times


"A silky high-end caper about a pair of good-looking con artists, FOCUS is a movie blessedly free of self-importance. It constructs a seductive fantasy world out of actual places..." - 02/27/2015 New York Times


"Will Smith here doubles down with the kind of old-school-vibe con movie that lives or dies on its star's charisma....Robbie is the genuine article -- sharing playful chemistry with Smith..." - 02/25/2015 Total Film


3 stars out of 5 -- "HITCH meets THE STING. This is maximum-gloss entertainment with its fair share of tricksy rug-pulls." - 02/20/2015 Empire


"It’s a nice change to see Smith unsettled, and Robbie, who wields the upper hand for the better part of the movie, more than holds her own in every scene." - 02/25/2015 Variety


"FOCUS is nothing if not sleek and luxurious..." - 02/25/2015 Hollywood Reporter


"Will Smith and Margot Robbie bring low-key erotic chemistry to an easy simmer in FOCUS, a smooth, sophisticated, often amusing little caper flick about con artists and their sauciest swindles." - 02/26/2015 Washington Post

 
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