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Ocean's Thirteen
Danny Ocean (George Clooney) and the gang have only one reason to pull off their most ambitious and riskiest casino heist -- to defend one of their own. When ruthless casino owner Willy Bank (Al...  View more >

Starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon...  View more >

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Jun 10, 2007
Jun 14, 2007
The best in the Ocean series. "Ocean 13" is more smarter and better written than any of the last two. The gang is back to defend one of their agaionst a casino owner by wrecking his grand opening. I love the performance as the casino owner. One of the reason why I love his is his acting ability is second to none. It's great to see Ellen Barkin again. I'm glad that she's back on the big screen again. The rest of the cast are fun to watch. George Cloony is smart as well as the rest of the gang. I love the design of the hotel casino. I though it was the best thing in the movie. Right now, there are a summer full of family fare, Us adults need some fun too. Why not Ocean's 13? Why not? You missed out on the fun.
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Dec 28, 2007
My favorite aspect of Soderbergh's movies is the interplay of the characters, and in the previous Ocean's movies, there was plenty of that to go around. Here, not so much.

Still, all the core cast is back, Andy Garcia makes a return visit to be in on the scam, and the target is aptly played by Al Pacino, who plays the bad guy much more like John Milton from "Devil's Advocate" than Michael Corleone of the Godfather movies.

I enjoyed the first two movies better than the third. Maybe it's the fact that this is one movie too many, or an error in judgement on Soderbergh's part by focusing more on Clooney and Pacino than the group interplay that made the first two movies so enjoyable.

If you've seen the first two movies, you don't need to know whether or not to see this one. If you haven't seen them, don't start with this one. Do them in order instead.

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