The Town

The Town

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Boston bank robber Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) falls for a woman his gang had previously taken hostage after feigning a chance meeting with her to ensure that she can't identify them in Affleck's adaptation of author Chuck Hogan's novel Prince of Thieves. The son of a tough Charlestown, MA thief, Doug passed on his chance to walk the straight and narrow in favor of becoming a career bank robber. Not only is Doug's crew one of the most ruthless in Boston, but they're also one of the best; they never leave a trace of evidence, and always make a clean break. Over the years, Doug's fearless partners in crime have become something of a surrogate family to him; Jem (Jeremy Renner), the most dangerous of the bunch, is the closest thing Doug has ever had to a brother. But a divide begins to open between the two career criminals when Jem takes bank manager Claire Keesey (Rebecca Hall) hostage during a particularly tense heist, and the group subsequently discovers that she hails from their own tight-knit suburb. When Jem proposes that the gang make an effort to find out just how much Claire recalls about the crime, Doug fears that his volatile partner may do more harm than good and volunteers himself for the job. Later, Doug turns on the charm while pretending to bump into Claire by chance, and becomes convinced that she doesn't suspect him of being the same man who just robbed her bank. As the feds turn up the heat on the gang, Doug finds himself falling for Claire, and searching desperately for a means of cutting his ties to his criminal past. But with each passing day, Jem grows increasingly suspicious of Doug's true motivations. Now caught between two worlds with no chance of turning back, Doug realizes that his only hope for finding a happy future is to betray the only family he's ever known.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/17/2010
UPC: 0883929106288
Original Release: 2010
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:05:00
Sales rank: 3,208

Special Features

The Real People of the Town - Meet The Real People of Charlestown; ; Ben Affleck: Director & Actor Profiles the Academy Award-Winning Filmmaker

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ben Affleck Doug MacRay
Rebecca Hall Claire Keesey
Jon Hamm FBI S.A. Adam Frawley
Jeremy Renner James Coughlin
Blake Lively Krista Coughlin
Slaine Albert "Gloansy" Magloan
Owen Burke Desmond Elden
Titus Welliver Dino Ciampa
Pete Postlethwaite Fergus "Fergie" Colm
Chris Cooper Stephen MacRay
Dennis McLaughlin Rusty
Corena Chase Agent Quinlan
Brian Scannell Henry
Kerri Dunbar Henry's Girl
Tony V. Vericom Crew Chief
Isaac Bordoy Alex Colazzo
Michael Yebba Beacon G.I. Joe Driver
Daniel Woods BPD Sergeant at Krista's Accident
Jimmy Joe Maher Inside Man at Fenway
Mark Berglund Young Security Guard
Ralph Boutwell Cashcom Guard
Michael Romig Cashcom Guard
Michael Malvesti Atlantic Truck Courier
Jack Neary Arnold Washton
Edward O'Keefe Morton Previt
Joe Lawler Task Force Agent Conlan
Ben Hanson FBI SWAT Team Leader
Brian A. White FBI SWAT #1
Richard Caines FBI SWAT #2
Frank Garvin Police Captain
Danny Ring Cop Giving Statement
Gary Galone Internal Affairs Officer at Fenway
David Catanzaro Fenway Detective
Jeremiah Kissel Claire's Lawyer
Malik McMullen Plain Clothed FBI Agent
Charles C. Winchester Gate D Police Officer
Adam J. Husband Gate D Police Officer
Susan Rawlinson NA Speaker
Sean Locke NA Speaker
Peter Looney NA Speaker
Lennin Pena Colazzo's Friend
James McKittrick Cop Who Looks Away
Ted Arcidi Cedar Junction C.O.
Bryan Connolly Cedar Junction C.O. Visitors Area
Quan Liang Chen Monument Laundry Owner
Alex Winston Police Photographer
Michael F. Murphy Michael Houlihan
Michele Cressinger Margie
Kimberly Mahoney Warren Tavern Waitress
Bobby Curcuro Man in Harvard Square
Ginaya Green Krista's Friend
Nicole Page Krista's Friend
Georgia Lyman Neptune's Waitress
Robert Boyden Vericom Empoyee
Jamie Ghazarian Dancer at Foxy Lady

Technical Credits
Ben Affleck Director,Screenwriter
Marleen Alter Makeup
Peter Borck Art Director
David Buckley Score Composer
Chay Carter Co-producer
Peter Craig Screenwriter
David Crockett Executive Producer
Robert Elswit Cinematographer
William Fay Executive Producer
Harry Gregson-Williams Score Composer
Allen Hall Special Effects Supervisor
Basil Iwanyk Producer
Jon Jashni Executive Producer
Lora Kennedy Casting
Graham King Producer
Susan Matheson Costumes/Costume Designer
Donald Murphy Asst. Director
David Schwartz Sound Mixer
Sharon Seymour Production Designer
Aaron Stockard Screenwriter
Dylan Tichenor Editor
Thomas Tull Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Town
1. Scene 1 [10:13]
2. Scene 2 [7:36]
3. Scene 3 [11:28]
4. Scene 4 [9:25]
5. Scene 5 [11:56]
6. Scene 6 [7:57]
7. Scene 7 [2:43]
8. Scene 8 [7:42]
9. Scene 9 [8:23]
10. Scene 10 [10:36]
11. Scene 11 [9:49]
12. Scene 12 [10:43]

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The Town 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
This was interesting. The locations looked good.
Bob_DoleCA More than 1 year ago
Special features were great.
EddieOw More than 1 year ago
I loved the tension in this gritty movie about crime. Ben Affleck and, especially, Jeremy Renner are terrific. Jon Hamm makes an interesting supporting character. Last, I loved seeing Rebecca Hall; I thought she was great in Frost/Nixon.
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SMeyerDestroyedMyLife More than 1 year ago
this movie rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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This was without a doubt the best action film Ben Affleck has done since Pearl Harbor. However, there was too much shooting and the script had somewhat poor editing, resulting in some irregularities in the plot. Pearl Harbor was much the same way. Both films had too much action and not enough plot to make them a sensible story. Ben Affleck was a great actor in this film and I liked the complex relationship his character had with his brother. Also, when they planned their biggest heist, I was nervous that they might get caught. Still, of all the masks they could have worn to rob a bank, why did they choose to wear nun masks? I mean those masks make them look too creepy. Overall, despite the apparent flaws this movie has, it is a very enjoyable film for anyone who enjoys good old-fashioned drama.
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Heard "the buzz' before release and felt compelled to see it in the theater. Not one regret and would have paid to see it again except I knew I would own it. Powerful. Action and emotion-filled. Great acting and directing. Always been a Damon fan over Affleck but kudos to him for the wonderful directing job. Hope he gets the credit.