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Ocean's Twelve 2004

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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:
Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones
Runtime:
2 hours, 5 minutes

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Genres Thriller
Director Steven Soderbergh
Starring Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones
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 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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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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"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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Second film in the Daniel Ocean trilogy featuring an all-star cast of hollywood legends. After being tipped off about who robbed him of $160 Million in the first movie, the powerful and ruthless owner of Las Vegas' three largest casinos, Terry Benedict, wants his money back...with interest. Unable to pay off a debt just shy of $200 Million under threat of death, Ocean's crew come together for a new job, this time in Amsterdam, Holland.

The story has some twists and the bumpy ride is hard to follow the first time through. The magic comes in the crew's exit strategy. As in Ocean's Eleven, we have a front row seat as it plays out in front of us. What is not clear right away is that once again, we are watching the exit strategy unfold from the very beginning.
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Steven Soderbergh could have been complacent and just done an obligatory sequel after Ocean's Eleven did so well, but this is an original and well-thought out story with the whole stellar cast returning for more.
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I see from looking at some of the reviews that the general consensus is that this one is not as good as the first one - what a surprise. The premise is at least believable - the casino owner tracks them down and gives them choice between a dirt nap or paying him back. The cast still work well together, and I found the two French thieves an interesting subplot. What I did not find amusing - in fact I found it to be rather boring - was Zeta Jones whole role in the movie (it was a little too close to Entrapment) and the whole long embarrassing section with Julia Roberts pretending to be herself in the museum, which just went on far, far too long. Bruce Willis' cameo was well done, but it wasn't nearly enough to save that whole section of the move (that what the fast forward button on the remote is for). Other than that, it was an enjoyable heist movie, so I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys this type of film.
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The storyline was a little stretching of credulity but the execution was Steven Soderbergh's usual brilliance. There were two things I especially liked. First the geographic scope. I love movies and stories that flit from place to place, and O-12 doesn't disappoint. From East Haven (actually shot in Lake Forest IL) to Amsterdam, to Lake Como, to Rome, to Paris, and the Riviera, and not to mention Vegas, I loved it.

The second thing was how well the movie rode the line between taking it self too seriously and devolving into complete farce. It was a joy to see the fun the actors clearly had wearing their now familiar characters and nowhere more so than with those really priceless lines. When Matt Damon's character seeks clarification from Julia Roberts' character who says what she's having to do is "Just wrong", his delivery of "You mean...morally?" is perfect. Or when Elliot Gould asks of the fortune teller, "This? You couldn't see this?" There are many more too numerous to list, but all in all, a lovely, colorful and entertaining ride!
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