• Be first to chase down Identity Thief

    When you’re a guy stuck with a name like Sandy, there’s a good chance you’ll end up being the butt of a few jokes.

    But for mild-mannered accounts rep Sandy Bigelow Patterson, things go a little too far after he discovers his identity has been stolen by a woman living it up in Miami.

    Determined to bring her down, Sandy takes it upon himself to find her.

    After travelling halfway across the US, he soon realises it’s not going to be an easy catch as the feisty lady, also known as Diana, refuses to let go of the luxury lifestyle his name has brought her.

    From the producer of Ted and starring comedy icons Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy and Jon Favreau, you can see Identity Thief first and for free, weeks before its 22 March UK cinema release.

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    Identity Thief

    About the movie

    From Seth Gordon, the director of Horrible Bosses, and the producer of Ted, the hilarious action-comedy Identity Thief (Cert 15) is guaranteed to have you exploding with laughter.


    Sandy Bigelow Patterson (Jason Bateman, Horrible Bosses) is just a regular, well-tempered businessman. But when his card is declined after filling up the tank, he learns that he’s got more to get angry about than he first thought.


    Sandy’s identity has been stolen, and by the unlikeliest person. A deceptively harmless looking woman Diana (Melissa McCarthy, Bridesmaids), has been living like a queen running up huge credit card bills in Sandy’s name.


    On a journey that takes him from Denver to Miami, the real Sandy Bigelow Patterson tracks down the shrewd con artist and confronts her. It’s not too long before he realises he’s got quite a job on his hands as he attempts to bribe, coax and wrangle Diana 2,000 miles back to Denver to finally get his name back.


    Identity Thief (Cert 15) will be showing in cinemas nationwide from 22 March 2013.