After The Sunset

Production year: 2004

Comedy PG-13   Running time: 1:31

IMDB rating:   6.3     Aspect: Wide;  Languages: English;  Subtitles: English, Spanish;  Audio: DD 5.1

After the Sunset may not be the greatest jewel-heist caper comedy ever made, but it sure is easy on the eyes. Shifting back into his crowd-pleasing Rush Hour mode, director Brett Ratner kicks off the action with a rousing chase scene that pretty much describes the entire film: utter nonsense, but adequately enjoyable. Things get very sunny thereafter, when FBI agent Woody Harrelson lands in the Bahamas to track down ace diamond thief Pierce Brosnan and his lovely accomplice Salma Hayek, whom he suspects of planning their next big heist on a cruise ship. A Bahamian gangster (Don Cheadle) wants in on the action, and the whole thing's about as fluffy as an Elmo doll and just as harmless, especially when you consider Hayek's revealing wardrobe (which, thankfully, distracts from Brosnan's less-than-Bond-like physique). There's an abundance of witty banter between everyone, and the tropical locations make After the Sunset a balmy, vicarious vacation. Critics weren't exactly kind to this breezy dose of popcorn entertainment, but it's an agreeable time-killer and an instant cure for seasonal affective disorder.

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Features

Audio commentary
Deleted/extended scenes
Featurettes/Behind-The-Scenes/Documentaries
Gag Reel/Bloopers/Outtakes

Special features

Deleted and Alternate Scenes - with Optional Director Commentary
Feature Commentary with Director Brett Ratner,
"Before, During and After The Sunset" Documentary
"Interview With A Jewel Thief" Documentary

Keywords

After The Sunset