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Going in Style (2017, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman)



Three retired men and lifelong pals (Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin) lose their pensions when the company they’ve worked for their entire lives is sold to a foreign corporation.

Angry, and in need of money to survive, they decide to get literally get their payback by robbing the same bank that’s withholding their hard-earned money. The elderly band of robbers risk it all, and it turns out that being a burglar in this day and age is not as easy as it looks. Hilarious hijinks ensue, and soon enough, the trio have an FBI agent (Matt Dillon) hot on their heels.

production details
USA| 96 minutes | 2017

Director: Zach Braff
Script: Theodore Melfi, Martin Brest, Edward Cannon,

Morgan Freeman as Willie Davis
Michael Caine as Joe Harding
Alan Arkin as Albert Garner
Joey King as Brooklyn Harding
Matt Dillon as Arlen Hamer
Ann-Margret as Annie Santori
Maria Dizzia as Rachel Harding
Christopher Lloyd as Milton Kupchak
Siobhan Fallon Hogan as Mitzi
John Ortiz as Jesus
Peter Serafinowicz as Murphy
Kenan Thompson as Manager Keith Schonfeld
Josh Pais as Chuck Lofton
Richie Moriarty as Kyle Kitson
Jorge Chapa as Bank Security Guard
Anthony Chisholm as Knights Grandmaster Paul
Jeremy Bobb as Donald Lewis
Seth Barrish as Dr. Helton
Ashley Aufderheide as Kanika
Gillian Glasco as Maya
Jeremy Shinder as Ezra Bronkowski
Nick Cordero as Butcher
Barbara Ann Davison as Lady in Electric Shopping Cart
Jojo Gonzalez as Male Security Guard
Precious Sipin as Female Security Guard
Meredith Antoian as Teller
Annabelle Chow as Lucy
Nancy Sun as Mandy
Jessica Perez as Waitress at Starhouse
Marlon Perrier as Agent Cooper
Kenneth Maharaj as FBI Crime Tech
Lulu Picart as Nurse
Tony Arrigo as Tony
Kieran Clark as Line-up Agent
Lolita Foster as O.R. Nurse
Frank Anello as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Nick Austin as Steel Worker (uncredited)
Marshall Axt as Carnival Attendee (uncredited)
Aaron Ayhan as Videographer (uncredited)
Matt Ballard as Crutch Salesman (uncredited)
Tommy Bayiokos as Cop (uncredited)
James Brickhouse as Steel Worker (uncredited)
José Báez as Wexler Employee (uncredited)
Chris Carfizzi as Man Buying House (uncredited)
Katlyn Carlson as Stacey (uncredited)
Nancy Castro as News Reporter (uncredited)
Marc Chouen as Corporate Executive (uncredited)
Richard R. Corapi as Lodge Member (uncredited)
Frisco Cosme as Steel Worker (uncredited)
Gina Diaz as Parent at Carnival (uncredited)
Bella DiDomenico as School Girl (uncredited)
Joe Remy Dolinsky as Wexler Employee (uncredited)
Ratnesh Dubey as Anesthesiologist (uncredited)
Laren England as Brooklyn’s Friend (uncredited)
Neil Fleischer as Patient (uncredited)
A.J. Franklin as Steel Worker (uncredited)
Olli Haaskivi as Man Showing House (uncredited)
Peter Munson Hogan as Mitzi’s Dance Partner (uncredited)
David E. Jenkins Jr. as Cotton Candy Booth Person (uncredited)
Jeanmarie Lally as Cashier Julie (uncredited)
Lyssa Mandel as Woman Buying House (uncredited)
Dillon Mathews as Steel Worker (uncredited)
Doris McCarthy as Foxy Senior (uncredited)
Longmore Mikhala as Brooklyn’s Friend (uncredited)
Robert Myers as Man at Carnival (uncredited)
Leslie C. Nemet as Grocery Store Patron (uncredited)
Melanie Nicholls-King as Cary Sachs (uncredited)
Thelma O’Leary as Carnival Worker (uncredited)
Katrina E. Perkins as Carnival Parent (uncredited)
Jen Ponton as Newlywed Wife (uncredited)
Tod Rainey as Carnival Dad (uncredited)
Michelle Santiago as Driver / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Denise Scilabra as Cop (uncredited)
Eddie Sellner as Knight of Hudson (uncredited)
Nancy Ellen Shore as Hasidic Woman (uncredited)
Guy Sparks as Diner Patron (uncredited)
Mark St. Cyr as DJ (uncredited)
Janet Stanwood as Mrs. Howe (uncredited)
Arthur Swain as Valet Driver (uncredited)
Linden Tailor as Softball Umpire (uncredited)
Paul Thornton as Bank Customer (uncredited)
Aly Tricarico as Student (uncredited)
Richard Zavaglia as Ed Howe (uncredited)
Lisa Zebrowski as Carnival Parent (uncredited)
James Zeiss as Steel Worker (uncredited)