Two If by Sea
|Two If by Sea|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Bill Bennett|
|Produced by||James G. Robinson|
|Edited by||Bruce Green|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|Box office||$10.7 million|
Two If by Sea (also known in the United Kingdom as Stolen Hearts) is a 1996 American romantic comedy film directed by Bill Bennett, and starring Sandra Bullock and Denis Leary. The screenplay, written by Leary and Mike Armstrong, is based on a story by Leary, Armstrong, and Ann Lembeck.
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Petty thief Frank O'Brien steals a $4 million masterpiece painting. His cashier girlfriend of seven years, Roz, befriends the potential buyer of the painting, Evan Marsh, on an island. After being captured by FBI Agent O'Malley at the fish factory, she discovers Marsh is actually an art thief.
- Sandra Bullock as Roz
- Denis Leary as Francis "Frank" O'Brien
- Stephen Dillane as Evan Marsh
- Yaphet Kotto as FBI Agent O'Malley
- Mike Starr as Fitzie
- Jonathan Tucker as Todd
- Wayne Robson as Beano Callahan
- Michael Badalucco as Quinn
- Lenny Clarke as Kelly
Two If by Sea opened theatrically on January 12, 1996 in 1,712 venues, earning $4,656,986 in the domestic box office, ranking tenth for its opening weekend. At the end of its run, the film grossed $10,658,278.
The film was Sandra Bullock's worst wide opening up until 2015, when Our Brand Is Crisis released in October, earning $3,238,433 in its first weekend. Two If by Sea is Bullock's ninth-lowest-grossing film in her career.
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