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Identity Thief

Year:
Duration:
111 min | 121 min (unrated version)
Genres:
Comedy | Crime
IMDB rate:
5.7
Director:
Seth Gordon
Awards:
1 win & 8 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2013-02-08
Filming Locations: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Earnings
Budget: $35,000,000
Opening Weekend: $34,551,025 (USA) (10 February 2013)
Gross: $134,455,175 (USA) (2 June 2013)
Cast
Actor
Character
Genesis Rodriguez
Genesis Rodriguez
Identity Thief
Jason Bateman
Sandy Patterson
Melissa McCarthy
Diana
Jon Favreau
Harold Cornish
Amanda Peet
Trish Patterson
T.I.
Julian
Morris Chestnut
Detective Reilly
John Cho
Daniel Casey
Robert Patrick
Skiptracer
Eric Stonestreet
Big Chuck
Jonathan Banks
Paul
Ryan Gaul
Bartender
Steve Mallory
Party Guy
Tyler Nilson
Party Guy
Steve Little
Party Guy's Buddy
Andrew Friedman
Tequila Guy
Antwan Mills
Winter Park Cop
Ian Quinn
Winter Park Cop
Diva Tyler
Booking Officer
Mary-Charles Jones
Franny Patterson
Sope Aluko
Secretary at Prominence Denver
Maggie Elizabeth Jones
Jessie Patterson
Brett Baker
Alec
Nevaina Graves Rhodes
Cosmetics Girl
Diolita Arnold
Cosmetics Girl
Jamie Moore
Electronics Store Employee
Brenda Cannon
Jewelry Store Salesperson
Badar
Cell Phone Salesperson (as Badar Shahid)
Carlos Navarro
Luis the Gas Station Attendant
Nelson Bonilla
Cop Giving Traffic Ticket
Angelyn Pass
New Catalyst Receptionist
Lori Beth Sikes
Arlene in the Lady's Choice Salon (as Lori Beth Edgeman)
Ben Falcone
Tony / Motel Desk Clerk
Kate Graham
Counter Girl
Deacon Dawson
Witness on the Highway
Geordie White
Traffic Cop
Steve Witting
Carl / Bus Station Attendant
Tim Andrews
Used Car Salesman
Gary Weeks
Security Guard - Prominence Offices
Matthew Burke
Ken Talbott
Craig A. Meyer
St. Louis Terrace Clerk
Lee Spencer
St. Louis Terrace Manager
Topher Payne
Hairdresser
Zeeky Minnis
Salon Salesperson
John Eddins
St. Louis Cop
Chick Bernhardt
St Louis Cop (as Dale W. Bernhard)
Nicole Dukes
Prison Guard
Scott Ledbetter
Detective
Kerri J. Baldwin
Soccer Mom (uncredited)
Lisa M. Barfield
Resturant Patron (uncredited)
Becky Boyd
Bar Patron in Blue Dress (uncredited)
Sarah Caruso
Pedestrian / extra (uncredited)
Harley Castro
Denver Detective (uncredited)
Lee Christian
Bar Patron
Kevin Covais
Kevin (uncredited)
Joe Crosson
Business Man (uncredited)
Jason Davis
Kyle (uncredited)
Todd Denson
Bartender (uncredited)
Clark Duke
Everett (uncredited)
Michael Garland
Denver Police Officer (uncredited)
Jaime Griffon
Jet Ski Mom (uncredited)
Walter Hendrix III
Precision Driver (uncredited)
Morgan Hinkleman
Young Diana
Kenneth Israel
St. Louis Police Officer (uncredited)
Daniel Jarvie
Shocked Bar Patron
Andrew R. Kaplan
Blue Collar Bar Patron
Ellie Kemper
Truck-Stop Server (uncredited)
Jesse Kindred
Businessman (uncredited)
Heather Lange
Executive (uncredited)
Liana Loggins
Model at Bar (uncredited)
Colton Medlin
Neil (uncredited)
Ken Melde
Company Founder (uncredited)
Johnny Michaels
Garage Mechanic (uncredited)
Andrea Moore
Bitchy Girl (uncredited)
Richard A Moore
Pit Boss (uncredited)
Cullen Moss
Boyfriend 'The Ville' (uncredited)
Kacie Jo Marta Nickles
Bar Patron
Onrico Nightingale
Bartender #2 (uncredited)
Julie O'Hora
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Wayne Packer
Hotel Doorman (uncredited)
Aaron F. Randell
DJ (uncredited)
Keith Ratchek
Denver Detective (uncredited)
Jamie Renell
Prominence Suit (uncredited)
Joel Rogers
Motel Patron (uncredited)
Clark Sarullo
Woman at Bar
Mitchell Schwartz
Financial Business Man (uncredited)
Harley Shellhammer
St. Louis Cop (uncredited)
Satara Silver
Cosmetics Sales Clerk (uncredited)
Edward Solis
Used Car Salesman (uncredited)
Don Teems
Financial Business Man (uncredited)
Jeff Trink
Businessman (uncredited)
Shane Worth
Precision Driver (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Every car they took, except for the original rental car, has a crushed can of Red Bull on the dash.
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Jason Bateman considers the movies Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) and Midnight Run (1988) to be major influences on this movie.
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Originally, Melissa McCarthy's role was written for a male. Jason Bateman insisted that the part be changed after he saw McCarthy in Bridesmaids.
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Goofs
When Sandy is following Diana down the highway, there is a quick glimpse of the speedometer of her car as she accelerates. The car says it is "Tue 23 Feb." However, based on the photo IDs, Sandy's birth date is 18 May 1974. The movie takes place in May just after his birthday, based on his family celebrating his birthday near the beginning of the movie.
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When Sandy and Diana are in a car accident together on the highway, the real Sandy asks to see her driver license. The zip code on the license is actually for Huntsville, Alabama.
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After the car accident on the highway, the grill is back to normal on the Ford that Sandy is driving. Prior to the accident, the grill is dented and damaged.
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Quotes
Sandy Patterson: Friends don't steal friends' identities, do they?
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Julian: [having just been shot] You know what, you're crazy!
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Bartender: These aren't your friends. They like you because you're buying them drinks. People like you don't have friends.
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Faq
Q
What is the first song in the movie?
A
"Bad Girls" by M.I.A. The complete list of songs heard in the movie can be found here with their corresponding scene descriptions.
Q
What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Unrated Version?
A
The DVD/BD releases contain a longer Unrated Cut that adds almost 9 minutes of material. The clear conclusion here is that the majority of those scenes feel like they were cut out of the theatrical version because they simply weren't needed or slowing down the events. Typical "unrated" material that could've been too risky for the "R"-rated theatrical version is nowhere in sight. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
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Photos from cast
Genesis Rodriguez John Archer Lundgren Carmela Zumbado