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James Foley's slick comedy thriller (2003) is told in flashback by Jake Vig (Edward Burns, pictured) who recalls the details of a recent minor hustle. With his team, Vig pulls off a scam against accountant Lionel Dolby (Leland Orser). Unfortunately, Dolby happens to do the books for unstable mob boss Winston King (Dustin Hoffman), and the only way out is to pull off a bigger and more dangerous scam against King's rivals.
Vengeance is swift and deadly, so Vig tries to make peace. King will call it quits if the team enact a complex fraud on corrupt banker Morgan Price (Robert Forster). The deal is done, and pickpocket Lily (Rachel Weisz) is hired to help. But they fail to factor in Gunther Butan (Andy Garcia), a customs agent who arrests other gang members and persuades them to implicate Vig. As the con goes off, the baton of betrayal gets passed around...