Ocean's Eleven Reviews
Ocean's Eleven is a great heist movie, one of the best ever made. It has a slick script with clever twists and funny jokes, and direction which immerses you into all the excitement. And with a cast consisting of George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon, how can't you at least like it?
Pitt's acting seemed a little too hard edged at times for a smooth-talking conman, or perhaps I got the character wrong.
I also found that in the memory of my mind this movie was extremely stylized. And it is. But more than what I had previously realized, the style seemed to be effected mostly by the music. It still shows a bit of its own flair in rhythm and visual style, and having stylistic music isn't a bad thing at all. I suppose it was just a problem of expectations.
Still, I am happy with my old rating of 4/5, great movie, fantastic.
I think this was a much more challenging con to do than that seen in the first film with all the moving parts involved with security issues.
This film made sense in why each person joined this team and what they lost and had to gain in order to get into doing this sting.
This is a film with a lot of famous cast members involved or became famous after this film came out.
I felt satisfied with how the money turned out but I feel like the film ended abruptly.
Oceans 11 is a heist film made up of 11 expert criminals played by some great actors who plan to spot out the hotel for its flaws in order to rob the casinos of Los Vegas. They plan to rob the three casinos owned by one owner. MGM Grand Hotel being one.
Matt Damion, George Clooney, Brad Pitt,
Some of these actors became famous for this film.
They rob during the big restyling matches when security is distracted and more money is in the bank.
Terry of all the people you know that There's always someone watching.
The ending I found unsatisfied. I felt like the way it ended was abrupt and needed either a little more or needed to end somewhere else a little sooner with an explanation.
I also think that the leading woman needed more to her personality and background. What we know of her is what others say without the character herself.