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Twelve is the new eleven.
Danny Ocean reunites with his old flame and the rest of his merry band of thieves in a caper concerning three huge heists in Rome, Paris and Amsterdam. But Europol agent Isabel Lahiri is hot on their heels.
So this reminded me of that fat guy. You know, the one that orders the super size meals at McDonald's? And then asks for diet Coke?
A prime example of self-indulgence and delusional behaviour.
And after ordering he sits down somewhere perfectly content in his bubble of self induced bliss, clearly thinking he's having the time of his life.
And all we see is a fat guy with a smile on his face, wondering what the hell he's so happy about.
Elaborate theory why this movie is far better than most give it credit for at Criticwire - blogs.indiewire.com/criticwire/oceans-twelve-is-a-great-sequel
Yesterday evening I had a great time watching the first instalment in Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean trilogy, prompting me to have a go at its sequel today and reserving enough time to watch the series’ final entry tomorrow (so look out for another heist-movie review on tuesday). When I look at the IMDB-page of ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ I notice that it’s regarded as the least acclaimed and also the film the longest runtime (by a small margin) of the three. Indeed, when I then also read through the synopsis - “Danny Ocean reunites with his old flame and the rest of his merry band of thieves in a caper concerning three huge heists in Rome, Paris and Amsterdam, but Europol agent Isabel…
Linus Caldwell: "What did I say?"
Danny Ocean: "You called his niece a whore."
Rusty Ryan: "A very cheap one."
Danny Ocean: "She's seven."
Ocean's Twelve is a very underrated sequel in my opinion. Its not nearly as good as the first one, but its a very good movie. It has the same great cast from the original, witty dialogue, great music, and a fun story that's full of surprises. Its no cinematic masterpiece nor is it one of the greatest sequels ever made. Its just a very entertaining film. People shouldn't be so harsh on it. 8/10
Just as fun as the first film, even if it gets a bit ludicrous at times. The way I see it, this is a sequel, it is supposed to be a bit ludicrous.
Stylistically (the European setting switch is exquisitely shot) and humorously superior than its predecessor, the soundtrack is tremendous and Soderbergh mostly succeeds in juggling around with his convoluted script and mammoth cast... but the suavity factor, which was the major draw of Ocean's Eleven, is just not the same, and the plot twists/contrivances henceforth aren't as fun or forgiving. Some self-aware ''sequel'' moments were cute (like Damon requesting to play a more ''central role'' this time), but, in what must be one of the worst things I've encountered in cinema, it just totally jumped the shark when Julia Roberts started playing Julia Roberts (literally).
My favourite of the Ocean's Trilogy. Catherine Zeta-Jones is a great addition to the cast.
Better then 13, not as good as 11
The most underrated and also still-worst of the Ocean's films.
i got distracted halfway through and started to stop paying attention :/
I’ve liked the whole Ocean’s series. I saw this one in the theatre so long ago that I thought it was time to give it a re-watch. Before I start the viewing, what do I remember from the first time I saw this? Well, not that much except that it had the most incredible A-list cast. OK, let’s begin…
This starts out slow. For about the first 20 minutes, I was thinkin’, “Wow, this is nowhere near as good as I thought.” However, it gets going eventually and once it does it’s a lot of silly genre fun. A big part of the fun is the music. This flick's got great tunes throughout. Yet, one thing that isn’t all that…
This is such a fun series. Was this movie perfect? No. But it's just so entertaining to watch. The story at times was a little cheesy, and very meta, but I think that's what they were going for. This group of characters is just so much fun to watch, and I really enjoyed it.
Nonsensical, atrociously scripted, and with one of the worst, most arrogant and self-satisfied conceits I can remember seeing in a movie. Not even Clooney and Pitt can save this from being one of the most appalling films of the decade. The first succeeded critically for so many reasons but this sequel appears to have wrongly identified all of them.
Just like the first Ocean, I also enjoyed this movie. It was fun to watch.
aunque sigo pensando que no es tan buena como la primera, creo que su tono está buscando la autoparodia. pensemos en el ingrediente meta: bruce willis confundiendo a tess (interpretada por julia roberts) con julia roberts, don cheadle enseñándole a tess cómo fingir un acento (mientras que cheadle interpreta a un inglés, o sea, fingiendo su acento), o en todo lo bombástico que resultan los robos aquí --y pues el personaje de toulour, que es puro puro desmadre. la fiesta del final podría leerse como la validación esta hipótesis.
I've always been interested in what other people are seeing and watching, and naturally, I love looking at Weekend Box…
The posters in this list, that's what. Rules: black and white photo, with the title in red. Suggestions?