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The Town is a film by Ben Affleck. It is a crime Thriller film distributed by Warner Bros. and Produced by Graham King And BasilIwanyk. The Town Movie was based on Chuck Hogan's novel Prince of Thieves. The Movie was studio in Legendary Pictures, GK Films and Thunder Road Film.

The Town follows the action of four Charlestown, Massachusetts bank robbers as they are pursued by law enforcement. Affleck plays a professional thief who falls for a bank manager after a dangerous heist. He struggles with this new found relationship whilst evading a tenacious FBI agent looking to catch him and his crew before they rob another bank.

Doug is a criminal of Charlestown, a neighborhood of Boston. Leader of a gang of ruthless robbers, it is very lonely and tied one. Until one day, during a break, he takes hostage of a bank manager Claire Keesey. He and his band the break but the latter knows that the thieves know their name and address. Claire became very suspicious, except lorqu'elle meets a man discreet and rather charming, which is none other than Doug! She does not realize who he really is. Watch The Town Online

The Town Cast

Ben Affleck as Doug MacRay, a career criminal.
  • Jon Hamm as Special Agent Adam Frawley, an FBI agent pursuing the team of criminals.
  • Rebecca Hall as Claire, a bank manager who falls in love with Doug
  • Jeremy Renner as Jem Coughlin, a member of Doug's team.
  • Blake Lively as Krista Coughlin, the sister of Jem, and Doug's ex-girlfriend who has a 19-month-old daughter, Shyne.
  • Chris Cooper as Doug's father.
  • Slaine as Gloansy, a member of Doug's team.
  • Pete Postlethwaite as Fergie the Florist, crime boss in the Town.

  • Watch The Town Movie Trailer


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