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Ocean's Thirteen reverts to the formula of the first installment, and the result is another slick and entertaining heist film.
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When a movie keeps you this entertained without insulting your intelligence, it's hard to complain.
It's a great looking movie.
Plausibility is the first casualty in Ocean's Thirteen but it's unlikely anybody is going to care.
Flat, abstruse, predictable and unable to raise your pulse rate higher than a blip on an EKG.
You get what you came for, namely the usual suspects breezily hamming it up and a lot of forgettable banter going down incredibly easily.
Fantastically smug, empty picture, which comes complete with a nasty-tasting dab of misogyny.
A chance to watch this skillful coterie of actors get together once again and do their thing (and do it well).
Now there's just self-fondling fizz -- no, not even that, just a kind of quasi-Zen petulance palmed off as 'cool'
A pastry of a movie, airy, insubstantial, and meant to fill in the gaps between heartier meals.
These actors have the characters they play down pat, and as long as they come up with some reason to pull off a heist, I'll be watching.
Ocean's Thirteen is one long set-up for a wholly unsatisfying and impotent climax.
While it in no critical area improves upon the magic of its deliriously watchable original installment, it's flashier and funnier than expected.
Steven Soderbergh reverts back to the witty and suave layout that made the original such a success. Even though it doesn't match with its first installment, Ocean's Thirteen is actually a boost from the second installment. The film's able to capture some of its original magic and, along with an interesting premise, is able to be an entertaining entry in this heist trilogy. 4/5
This is the third installment of the Ocean's heists. Better than the second movie, but not as good as the first. Reuben is tricked out of his fortune. The guys get together to regain his property by doing over Al Pacino's new casino. All the best characters are back. My fave scene is the last one in the airport.
A ruthless hotel owner cheats Reuben out of his share of the property and so the gang decide to extract retribution by ruining him and taking everything he's got. The Ocean's franchise, although better than the horribly self-indulgent original rat pack film, has never quite lived up to its potential. The first film started great but got rather mechanical and joyless for the second half. The second film started well but the second half was, well, garbage. Third time's the charm however, as the latest chapter is a big improvement over them both. The balance of comedy and action is maintained throughout the film at last, there's no Julia Roberts to be seen (yes!) and Pacino makes a much more charismatic villain than the inanimate Andy Garcia character. There's also plenty of comic asides from the Clooney/Pitt double act and Don Cheadle has finally tamed his still silly, but now bearable mockney accent. The plot twist is a little obvious, and a couple of the characters barely get a look in, but that's better than it being bloated and overlong. A stylish and sassy heist thriller, and the best of the series.
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