Entrapment (** Ĺ) - Entrapment is the epitome of a good video rental for the average moviegoer. The kind of movie that entertains but doesnít set the world on fire. Itís not a film designed for repeat viewings but a harmless distraction for two hours of your life.The movie moves so briskly from one sequence to the next that if you donít think too much about it you might actually enjoy yourself. Itís nothing more than a heist picture, a genre all in its own, and who better to guide us through a pretty by-the-numbers script but Sean Connery. Not to mention the eye candy of Catherine Zeta Jones who while practicing for an upcoming robbery creates a moment more erotic than anything seen on Red Shoe Diaries. And thatís a good thing too because I donít think sheís much of an actress. She was adequate in Mask of Zorro but here creates probably the whiniest thief ever portrayed in a major motion picture. Anytime something doesnít go her way, she literally whines like a little girl. The May-December pairings of actors and actresses never seemed so much like cradle robbing than they do in these scenes. (Sidenote: I donít care about the 60 year olds romancing the 20 and 30-year olds because the women love it. Itís not like the 50/60 year old is guy is Marlon Brando (these days) or Robert Loggia. Weíre talking about guys like Sean Connery, Harrison Ford, Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, and Robert Redford. Women love these guys - so shut up.) But back to the movie at hand.The early scenes move perhaps a little too quickly as no time is spent whatsoever to really establish any of the main characters. But once the heist stuff goes into full gear, the movie becomes entertaining on its own level as most heist films do. It still doesnít compare to one of the most overlooked films of the 90s, Sneakers, but its still kinda fun. And thatís about all there is to say about Entrapment. The plot twists in the second half I saw in advance and kinda makes the early scenes with the insurance agency trivial. I canít give this film a wholehearted recommendation but I didnít feel like it was a complete waste of my time either.