Universal Pictures released Out of Sight on June 26, 1998. Steven Soderbergh directed the film which starred George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez, and Ving Rhames.
‘Out of Sight’ Movie Summary
Convicted bank robber, Jack Foley, storms out of an office building in Miami, Florida. He rips off his tie, and slams it on the ground. Spotting a SunTrust bank across the street, Jack impulsively walks in, observes the people there, and robs it.
After comforting the teller on a job well done, Jack walks out of the building, and to his car; which won’t start. Two officers approach the vehicle, and apprehend Jack without incident.
The story then flashes back two years when Jack’s incarcerated at Glades Correctional facility in Florida. After playing a bit of inmate basketball, Jack subs out, and sits. He takes a moment to look at the old ‘lifers’ in the crowd, and vows not to be one of them.Read the full summary
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