Ocean's Twelve 2004 PG-13 CC

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From Academy Award-winning director Steven Soderbergh ("Traffic," "Erin Brokckovich") comes this follow-up to the $183 million blockbuster "Ocean's Eleven!

Starring:
George Clooney, Brad Pitt
Runtime:
2 hours 6 minutes

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Ocean's Twelve

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Genres Thriller
Director Steven Soderbergh
Starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt
Supporting actors George Clooney, Ed Kross, Julia Roberts, Don Tiffany, Anne Jacques, David Sontag, Larry Sontag, Andy Garcia, Casey Affleck, Dina Connolly, Scott Caan, Nelson Peltz, Mini Anden, Shaobo Qin, Jennifer Liu, Leah Zhang, Bernie Mac, Don Cheadle
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Customer Reviews

This is one of the worst action movies I have ever seen.
Bahjat A. Faraj
I don't get why people are saying such bad things about this, I don't get it... Were they watching a different movie than me?
Angela
While Clooney's sauve manner worked in the first film, it doesn't seem to be on display much this time around.
Craig

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By SnS on January 11, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
I saw Ocean's Eleven, reluctantly, and fell in love. It opened the door for me to be able to tolerate George Clooney and Brad Pitt (although 12 Monkeys and Fight Club continue to be his best work). That being said, Twelve was NOT Eleven.

This does not make it bad, just different. The difference though being a rather large one. Instead of one tremendously clever caper, we have three blase ones with alot of down time in between. And herein is where I think alot of people torched this film. They wanted to see the exact same genius of the first script and instead got Ocean and crew palling around Europe. This film is by no means a mind buster, but it IS an enjoyable film with some rather entertaining times and the same type of story one would expect the writers to come up with for this crew.

All in all, not the best one out of the group, but I challenge anyone who bashed this film for not being as good as the first one to give me a series of films that consistently IMPROVED upon itself. There have been A LOT of letdown sequels out there, I would not go so far as saying this one was a letdown. Eleven was 5 stars........this one is four, for simply being a fun film as long as you can sit back and not start making Ocean's Eleven comparisons. Sure it bears the namesake, but it is NOT the same film. And honestly, it does a great job showing just how clever Terry Benedict can be as the villain. One of Andy Garcia's best roles, albeit short lived.

I got to apologize for reviewing the film itself instead of the product, but I honestly felt this was being unfairly represented by alot of the reviews. Hope this helps give some counterpoint. And FYI, the disk is great I simply wish it had a little more meat. Not alot in the way of extras
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 15, 2005
Format: DVD
'Ocean's Twelve' has committed many typical mistakes when Hollywood studios fail to come up any new ideas, but still want to make a movie quickly. OK, let me tell you one by one:

A) THE DISJOINTED PLOT (or making an unnecessary sequel). Right, we don't need this. We already have slick, stylish 'Ocean's Eleven' so why make this one? Add to this question, what's the point of this new '12' anyway? George Clooney and other guys came back. Right, and Andy Garcia's (last time) humiliated casino owner came back, who wants his money back. So Ocean and his pals have to pull off another heist in Holland, in order to pay the cash quickly. So far, OK.

BUT. hey, anyone, can you summerize this? The film next introduces another (French) crook Vincent Cassel, and another retired crook, and Catherine Zata Jones's female investigator (from 'Europole', and she happens to know Brad Pitt's character ... how convenient), and many cameos from Hollywood, including Bruce Willis as himself. And Julia Roberts flies to the place when Ocean's men are in trouble, all the way from America. To prove what? I still do not know.

B) EUROPEAN LOCATIONS. And they went out of USA, to travel to such places as Rome and Amsterdam. That means there is no gorgeous, glittering feeling of Las Vegas, the town which no doubt helped create the stylish mood of the original. But anyway, the entire cast must have had fun.

C) SO MANY CAMEOS and references to other films. If you don't have good idea, get cameos. It's easy, you pay just a little (by the standard of Hollywood), the stars work only a day or two, and the audiences will be amused. That's what some people are thinking.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Angela on June 24, 2010
Format: DVD
okay... so compared to the other ones, it's not the best of the 3... yeah we get that... but crap... base it by itself... it really isn't that bad of a movie! Wtf? I don't get why people are saying such bad things about this, I don't get it... Were they watching a different movie than me? I mean, i really didn't think it was that bad... that's just my opinion and I guess that I'm a minority in this one...
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Movie Dude on January 23, 2005
"Ocean's 12" is nearly as much fun as Steven Soderbergh's 2002 film "Ocean's 11". This is, of course the sequel to "Ocean's 11". The main problem with this movie is that it goes on a bit too long. Clockin in at 135 minutes, there are too many things going on and the last act is completely confounding. In a way, this movie reminded me of the recent "Ladykillers" remake, in that it has comically inept criminals doing things that they rally can not do. But "Ocean's 12" is less of a caper comedy like its predesecsor was, and more of an action caper. There are no amazing shootouts or daring car chases/races/or crashes, but there is a large amount of heists, some that are involved in mechanics or outrageous stunts. So, that said, I think that "Ocean's 12", while funny and quite entertaining, could have been shortened by 15 or 20 minutes. I thought that Catherine Zeta Jones' character was not that well established, and the writers (perhaps purposefully) left it to the audience to figure out why she was even there!
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Fogcatcher on April 26, 2005
Format: DVD
This was a nightmare, right? I wasn't really watching the much-anticipated sequel to Ocean's Eleven, was I? How the hell does a director on top of his game like Soderbergh allow a sequel like this to be released? And you would think the actors would care enough about the movie and how the audience would perceive it to prevent a script so poorly formed and screened from making it to production. But, alas, it's greed that put this flick in the can. Definately the worst follow-up to a good film i've seen in a while.
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