Movie House Memories

The Town (2010)

Episode #94

Warner Bros. released The Town on September 17, 2010. Ben Affleck directed the film starring Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall, and Jon Hamm.

‘The Town’ Movie Summary

In the Charlestown section of Boston, Doug MacRay masterminds bank robberies with his three friends: the hotheaded Jem, Des, an electrician; and Al, their driver. After one such robbery doesn’t quite go as planned, Doug makes sure the female bank manager named Claire doesn’t know who they are as she too lives in Charlestown. Doug figures out a way to meet the woman, but he also seems to have ulterior motives. Soon, the FBI investigation zeroes in on the gang, and Doug wants out permanently. While Claire still doesn’t know who he really is, Jem and their money launderer / florist, insist that Doug do one more job (maybe) before he gives up his life of crime.

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Warner Bros. released The Town on September 17, 2010. Ben Affleck directed the film starring Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall, and Jon Hamm.

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  1. Hey Matt, if you liked this you should check out the friends of Eddie coyle. Affleck taked about being influenced by it. Great film.

      1. Oh, I didn’t realize you already recorded that. Do you often record them that far out? Had any of the others seen M before? Lang went on to have a great career in the US, but I don’t think he topped M.

        1. It depends on the show, but we are usually a month ahead. 2 are a few months out. The Golden Age will be about 8 months ahead. And Metropolis used to be my favorite Fritz Lang film, but M is now my favorite.

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