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List Of 2008 Thriller Films

While the world was taken by storm by Danny Boyle's 'Slumdog Millionaire', it would've been easy to miss out on other great movies released in 2008. We particularly enjoyed the British heist flick 'The Bank Job' based on a true story!

Modern British Crime Movies

The British love for social realism comes across in this collection of crime movies from after the year 2000; make sure to check out 'Legend', for a recent biopic of the infamous Kray brothers. Tom Hardy may outshine the movie itself, but that's true for 90% of what he's done!

'Thick as Thieves': Modern Crime Capers

The perfect list for law-abiding citizens looking to get a cheery, entirely misleading peek into the criminal underworld. Movies in the vein of 'Snatch', 'Ocean's 11', and 'Tower Heist'.

'In and Out': Modern Heist Thrillers

Although you would probably be less thrilled if it were your hard-earned money being taken, nothing spells excitement like a good heist flick. Check out the best modern cinema has to offer, including modern classic 'Ocean's 11', gritty Bostonian addition 'The Town', and British gem 'Sexy Beast'.

'Movies like The Town': Gritty Heist Thrillers

Forget those suited up pansies from 'Ocean's 11' - these stick-up kids aren't afraid to get physical! From 'The Town' to recent Australian audition 'Son of a Gun', we bring you only finest modern heist flicks that get grit!

'Movies Like The Italian Job': Best Bank Robbery Movies

Get more bank for your buck, with these iconic heist movies; some are classic, some modern, but all will have you consider the virtues of online banking.

'Bad Guys Finish First': Modern Criminal Thrillers

Focusing more on the criminals than the cops, this list features some serious underbelly badasses. Because the bad guys are much more fun! Make sure to check out 'Seven Psychopaths' for some Tarantino-esque fun!

'Movies Like Snatch': Guy Ritchie & Co. Crime Movies

The master of British crime-capers Guy Ritchie has had more than a few directors show him the sincerest form of flattery. Enjoy the results, including Daniel Craig in 'Layer Cake' and Jude Law in 'Dom Hemingway', along with the maestro's original work 'Snatch' and 'Lock, Stock'.

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