How to Steal a Million
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Romantic comedy about a woman who must steal a statue from a Paris museum to help conceal her father's art forgeries, and the man who helps her.... (Full plot summary below)

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Romantic comedy about a woman who must steal a statue from a Paris museum to help conceal her father's art forgeries, and the man who helps her.

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Common Sense Media - 6/10 by Andrea BeachLots of charm, little action in slow-paced heist comedy. - 6/10 by Cole SmitheyHepburn and O'Toole are magical together.
User Review - 10/10 by Hannah RA very delightful little movie; it almost feels as if Audrey and Peter are letting us in on a little secret or something. Always sweet and wonderful.
User Review - 10/10 by Megan FAudrey and Peter O'Toole together is so wonderful--surprisingly funny and sexy. The mixture of romance and caper here is FABULOUS, and something that Hollywood should do more of, in this fresh and light tone. The central heist is drawn out but still fun and interesting in an era pre-computer technology. This is the one film of Audrey's that would probably not get a critical bashing if it were updated. Love this film!
User Review - 10/10 by Rosario NArt + Audrey Hepburn + crazy hats + Peter O'Toole = great!
User Review - 10/10 by Matt ZO'Toole esquire at his best. A gorgeous and brilliant romp, which is supringly punchy for it's age. Gets the Zitrons' highest recommendation.
User Review - 10/10 by John BThis heartwarming classic throws Audrey Hepburn into a hilarious and ingenious heist to steal a beautiful Venus statue - not for thrills or money, but to prevent it from being uncovered as the forgery it really is. With the suspense of an Ocean's Eleven and the humor of a true comedy, this is a necessary addition to any crime caper collection.
User Review - 10/10 by Anahid B"I keep telling you, Papa, when you sell a fake masterpiece, that is a crime!" "But I don't sell them to poor people, only to millionaires." Cute & funny! <3 Audrey Hepburn!
User Review - 10/10 by Augustine HLast night, I restarted working on my scrapbook for the Europe trip I went on in '06. I decided to call it a night when I got midway through Paris. However, having just seen the pictures of myself there, I was in a Parisian mood, and thus decided to watch a film that takes place in Paris, William Wyler's wonderful "How to Steal a Million." For several years now, I've said "Breakfast at Tiffany's" is my favorite Audrey Hepburn film. Having seen "How to Steal a Million" for the third time last night though, my heart has been moved to say that "...Million." rather "...Tiffany's." is now my favorite. Here's why: 1) While I do adore "...Tiffany's," it isn't quite as charming, witty, smart, or as well-paced/put together as "...Million" is; 2) it takes place in Paris [which I adore]; 3) it has a very artistically centered plot [which as an art minor I'm crazy about]; 4) there's actually a psychological component to it a one point [which as a psychology major is great]; 5) the protagonist [played by Hepburn] is very close to her father, which as a daddy's girl myself I relate to; 6) the style/makeup is wonderful...especially the black lacy number Hepburn's character wears the first time she meets up with Peter O' Toole's character at the Ritz [it's so great cause he was practically like one of those cartoons whose jaw drops to the floor at how gorgeous she looked], and last but certainly not least [I saved the last for best] 7) the amazingly talented, beautiful, charming, graceful, ever sweet-tempered, just all together delicious human being, Audrey Kathleen Hepburn herself, plays the lead. The film, in short, is an utter delight. I was laughing and smiling like an idiot pretty much the entire time watching it. The way they pull off the caper is extremely satisfying and so smart. The moments between O'Toole & Hepburn in the closet at the museum were utterly wonderful. It's great how the caper's success matches that of their characters' budding romance. Not one stone is left unturned...the entire plot is wrapped up lovingly with no loose ends. The viewer [or at least I] is left very content and happy at the film's conclusion:^)
User Review - 10/10 by Will HI LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!!! I absolutely Love Audrey Hepburn she is..... omG she is sooooooo an ICON. She's of course before my time but this woman was amazing on screen!!!! So classy. So edgy from her hair to her clothing to her speech.... I just love her and this was the 1st of all her movies I've seen and I AM AN ETERNAL FAN. I define my style as hers. Loves you, Audrey! 10 STARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3

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