Entrapment (1999): When a priceless Rembrandt is stolen in New York, the evidence points to a solitary master thief (Connery), who is about to meet the insurance company's most cunning, and seductive, investigator (Zeta-Jones). Following a nerve-wracking game of cat and mouse, the two join forces, or so it seems, to attempt a daring multi-billion dollar heist tied to the dawn of the new millennium...
(Dir. Jon Amiel, Cert. 12)
Family Business (1989): Connery, Hoffman, and Broderick star as three generations of a family formerly linked to organized crime. Grandfather Jesse has been in and out of jail, and his son Vito has decided to leave a life of crime in order to become a respectable family man, but when grandson Adam comes up with a can't-miss heist plan, the intergenerational sparks begin to fly.
(Dir. Sidney Lumet, Cert. 15)
The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003): In an alternative Victorian Age world, a group of famous fictional characters team up on a secret mission to locate and destroy the mysterious 'Phantom' before Europe slides into war...
(Dir. Stephen Norrington, Cert. 12)
Rising Sun (1993): A special liaison officer (Snipes) is called to investigate the murder of a call-girl in the boardroom of a Japanese corporation. Accompanied by a detective with unusual knowledge of the Japanese culture (Connery), the two men must unravel the mystery behind the murder by entering an underground "shadow world" of futuristic technology, ancient ways and confusing loyalties...
(Dir. Philip Kaufman, Cert. 18)
Zardoz (1974): The Vortex is an isolated, heavily guarded, lush community of immortal scientists and intellectuals called the Eternals. Outside the Vortex lies a desolate world laid to waste by war and pollution, peopled by the Brutals, primitive savages and killers who worship a fearsome god, Zardoz. But one rebellious Brutal (Sean Connery) is determined to survive on his own terms, which could threaten the balance of civilization...and possibly destroy it. Co-starring Charlotte Rampling, Zardoz is an entertaining adventure praised for its special effects and imaginative vision.
(Dir. John Boorman, Cert. 15)
'Making Of' featurette
'Lost My Faith' music video from Seal
The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen:
Audio commentary from actors Jason Flemyng, Tony Curran & Shane West and producers Don Murphy & Trevor Albert
Audio commentary by Jacqueline West, John Sullivan and Matthew Gratzner
Original theatrical trailer