Rated 2.0 A world-famous art thief (Sean Connery) and a crackerjack insurance investigator (Catherine Zeta-Jones) join forces first to heist a gold-and-silver Chinese mask, then to pull a slick move on a bank in Malaysia, but the air is thick with double- and triple-crosses, and no one is what they seem. The script by Ronald Bass and William Broyles Jr. goes into Rube Goldberg hyperdrive, with plot twists that smack more of Hail-Mary-pass desperation than real ingenuity. Director Jon Amiel polishes the film until it’s as shiny as a wax apple—and about as nourishing. Meanwhile, the chemistry of the two stars counts for something, but the brutal truth is that Connery is old enough to be Zeta-Jones’ grandfather.