Ocean's Eleven

Ocean's Eleven (Widescreen Edition)I watched this movie yesterday and forgot to write a review. I’ve seen the movie once or twice in the theater and countless other times on DVD, so that alone should tell you I think it’s a great movie.

What more could you ask for? Eleven guys (all with different talents) team up to rob a Las Vegas casino. It’s a great plan that runs into a few bumps in the road. Just when you think you have it all figured out, a final twist is thrown as you. “Wow!” is about all you can say when it happens. George Clooney, Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, Bernie Mac, Elliott Gould, Casey Affleck, Andy Garcia, Julia Roberts and many others make it a great cast for a movie.

If you haven’t seen this movie…what are you waiting for? I give it an A.


5 Replies to “Ocean's Eleven”

  1. This movie is AWESOME! I have seen it about 100 times at least and everytime I noticed something that I didnt before. All of the electronic gadgets they use make the movie unbelieveable and the great cast of characters makes it very entertaining! A must see!

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  2. It is a good movie. I enjoyed it very much. What I would like to see, if/when you get the time would be a comparison to it’s predasessor (same name), starring the Rat Pack. I haven’t seen the original, and haven’t been able to find it either (Blockbuster sucks sometimes when it comes to the older items).

    TG

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  3. If you can step back and apprciate the original for its time period, it is worth watching. I rented it last year and it was pretty good from what I can remember. If I ever watch it again, I’ll write a complete review. It doesn’t have all the high tech gadjets, which is to be expected. The story line is somewhat different also because of this. I would recommend watching it (if you can find it) just to see where the basis for this version came from. The original also has a very catchy tune that I think of every time I watching this movie.

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