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As fast-paced, witty, and entertaining as it is star-studded and coolly stylish, Ocean's Eleven offers a well-seasoned serving of popcorn entertainment.
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Propelled by a jazzy David Holmes score, Ocean's Eleven bounces along with finger-snapping high spirits. This time out the versatile Soderbergh has cast himself as a sleight-of-hand artist.
A lark for everybody concerned, including the audience.
This wholly enjoyable entertainment sees Soderbergh setting himself a new challenge - the hi-tech robbery procedural - and relishing the clichés even as he freshens them with a dab of polish, wit, pace and a light touch of irony.
A ridiculously enjoyable caper...
It can, at times, be forgettable in a fun way, especially when its funniest performers are caught in Soderbergh's spinning crosshairs.
Fun-loving, carefully crafted romp.
Somehow this has emerged as one of the more entertaining films I've seen in months.
As tight and bright a jolt of jumped-up joshing-around as you'll ever encounter.
Extremely slick yet consistently entertaining...
One of the greatest dessert courses in contemporary cinema.
Soderbergh's most commercial film to date is a star-driven, semi-successful, slightly better remake of the 1960 origianl feature.
Fun heist movie for older kids and their families.
Steven Soderbergh's take on the 1960-remade heist film is a sleek and impressive display that's charming from beginning to end. George Clooney and the star-studded cast perform with such smooth and often humorous swagger that is both modern and memorable than the original. 4.5/5
A rarity--a remake that's better than the original. 11 men led by Danny Ocean (George Clooney) prepare to rob a vault linked to 3 casinos in Las Vegas. His partners in crime include Brad Pitt, Carl Reiner, Elliot Gould, Casey Affleck, Matt Damon and Scott Caan. Also, the casinos are owned by Tery Benedict (Andy Garcia) who is romancing Ocean's ex-wife Tess (Julia Roberts). Fun, engrossing, just simply the most enjoyable film of 2001. It moves smoothly, the entire cast plays it cool and easy and Steven Soderbergh directs it with flair and intelligence. Yes, it's light; yes, it's a trifle but it's so FUN! I really loved this film. Affleck and Caan are hilarious as bickering brothers. My only complaint--Julia Roberts (the only woman in the cast) is shot very cruelly. She's beautiful so why does she look so bad? Aside from that this is a fun movie. Just sit back and enjoy. 3 1/2 stars Updated from 9-27-07
Movie about a group of guys who rob three Las Vegas casinos in one night. My fave scenes are when George explains the plan to the guys and when he forgets the batteries for the remote. Brad, George and Andy are hot! The cast are great, the plot and the twist at the end are all brilliant.
I may be overlooking something here, but everything just seems entirely smooth with this film. As Danny Ocean (George Clooney) is released from prison, he assembles a team of eleven people to rob three of the most profitable casinos in all of Las Vegas. The plot is huge and the payoff will be gigantic. They are in the running for over 163 million dollars. The cast is brilliant and the writing is superb. Sure there may be some annoying edits throughout the film and there will be some noticeable stumbles during the robbery, but "Ocean's Eleven" delivers on everything. When the film ended, I applauded it for making me believe that I was watching more than just another heist film. This film is terrific!
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