8 Best Heist Titles on Netflix of February 2021

1. LUPIN

 

  • Released date: 8 January 2021
  • Language: French
  • Directors: Louis Leterrier, Marcela Said
  • Genres: Thriller, Drama, Crime film, Mystery

Thrilling, Funny, and Crazy Cleaver, Lupin follows the mysterious Assane Diop, a divorced dad inspired by the tales of his favorite gentleman thief, on his quest to clear his late father’s name.

2. The Crew

 

  • First episode date: 15 February 2021
  • Program creator: Jeff Lowell
  • Genre: Television comedy
  • Language: English

After making an unexpected mistake, a crack team of parisian robbers have to plan the most elaborate heist of their careers or face some serious consequences.

3. Money Heist 

 

  • First episode date: 2 May 2017
  • Language: Spanish
  • Program creator: Álex Pina

After breaking into the Spanish Mint, a crack team of city-codenamed criminals face daily struggles and the occasional dramatic change of plan, all while being watched over by a secretive criminal mastermind, The Professor.

4. The Great Heist

 

  • First episode date: 14 August 2020
  • Language: Spanish
  • Spanish: El robo del siglo

Two years after a botched robbery with tragic consequences, retired criminal Chayo finds himself planning the most elaborate heist of his career-stealing millions from Colombia’s Bank of the Republic. Inspired by true events.

5. Triple Frontier

 

  • Initial release: 3 March 2019 (New York)
  • Director: J. C. Chandor
  • Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese

After discovering the location of a drug lord’s fortune, Special forces operative “Pope” (Oscar Isaac) plans an elaborate heist with four former colleagues.

6. Coin Heist

 

  • Initial release: 6 January 2017
  • Director: Emily Hagins
  • Based on: Coin Heist; by Elisa Ludwig

Four teens hatch a daring plan to break into the United States Mint and steal millions to save their prestigious Philadelphia prep school.

7. The Town

 

  • Initial release: 17 September 2010 (USA)
  • Director: Ben Affleck
  • Box office: 15.4 crores USD
  • Nominations: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, MORE
  • Screenplay: Ben Affleck, Peter Craig, Aaron Stockard

After a hostage notices a distinctive tattoo on a masked bank robber’s neck, crew leader Ben Affleck decides to get to know her in the real world to put her off the scent. But can he keep his love life and his life of crime separate?

8. Inside Man

 

  • Initial release: 16 March 2006 (Netherlands)
  • Director: Spike Lee Featured
  • Box office: 18.44 crores USD

From director Spike Lee, Inside Man is a high-stakes thriller that asks the immortal question: Is it possible to plan the perfect heist? Clive Owen definitely think so.

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