Gone in Sixty Seconds (film) Automobile aficionado Randall “Memphis” Raines is a car thief of legendary proportion. No fancy lock or alarm could stop him; your car would be there, and then suddenly gone in 60 seconds. For years Memphis eluded the law while boosting every make and model imaginable. When the heat became too intense, he abandoned his life of crime and left everything and everyone he loved to find a different life. Now, when his kid brother tries to follow in his footsteps, only to become dangerously embroiled in a high-stakes caper, Memphis is sucked back into his old ways in order to save his brother’s life. Released on June 9, 2000. A Touchstone Pictures/Jerry Bruckheimer Films production. Directed by Dominic Sena. Stars Nicolas Cage (Memphis Raines), Angelina Jolie (Sway Wayland), Giovanni Ribisi (Kip Raines), Delroy Lindo (Roland Castelbeck), Will Patton (Atley Jackson), Christopher Eccleston (Raymond Calitri), Chi McBride (Kenny), Robert Duvall (Otto Halliwell). 118 min. Based on a 1974 film of the same title from writer-producer-director H. B. (“Toby”) Halicki. Filmed in Cinemascope. Released on video in 2000.