|“||8 a.m. Friday morning. The cars are on the boat, or your brother's in the coffin.||„|
|~ Raymond Calitri to Randall "Memphis" Raines.|
Raymond Calitri is the main antagonist in the 2000 film Gone in 60 Seconds.
Calitri is a ruthless and cruel gangster with a passion for carpentry who has promised to deliver 50 high quality cars to one of his business clients in two days time, prompting him to seek out professional car thief Randall "Memphis" Raines. Knowing that Raines is now retired, Calitri captures his younger brother Kip and threatens to kill him in a car crusher if Raines does not accept the job. Infuriated, Raines manages to disarm one of Calitri's henchmen and points the gun at Calitri's head, but Calitri makes it clear to him that the only way to save his brother is to deliver all 50 cars to him before the deadline.
Raines successfully steals 49 of the cars on Calitri's list but is unable to prevent the last car from being damaged while avoiding Detective Roland Castlebeck (who is determined to find and arrest Raines). When Raines arrives at Calitri's compound to deliver the last car, Calitri dismisses him for being late and also for damaging the vehicle. When Raines protests, Calitri orders his men to kill him but Raines is saved at the last minute by Kip and his friend Atley Jackson. Raines then finds Calitri and beats him up before engaging in a gunfight with the irate and cantankerous gangster, moments before Castlebeck arrives (having followed Raines' trail). Calitri holds Castlebeck at gunpoint, but before he can kill the detective, Raines rushes at Calitri and kicks him over a railing to his death.
- Christopher Eccleston was cast in the role after Jerry Bruckheimer saw him in Elizabeth.
- Christopher Eccleston spoke with his natural Lancashire accent in the film because he noted that in American films, the English accents are always either posh or Cockney.
- Christopher Eccleston described the movie as a "terrible film in which I give a terrible performance", adding that, before Doctor Who, people who recognized him mostly shouted, 'You were in Gone in Sixty Seconds, mate! You were shit!' And I have to laugh at that, because I was!".
- Christopher Eccleston did not have his driver's license during the shoot. He did not choose to take a driving test until several years after the film was released.