Less than 24 hours into his parole, charismatic thief Danny Ocean is already rolling out his next plan: In one night, Danny's hand-picked crew of specialists will attempt to steal more than $150 million from three Las Vegas casinos. But to score the cash, Danny risks his chances of reconciling with ex-wife, Tess.
- Category:Action, Crime, Thriller
- Stars:Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, George Clooney,
- Director:Steven Soderbergh,
- Writer:George Clayton Johnson, Jack Golden Russell, Harry Brown, Charles Lederer, Ted Griffin (screenplay)
Danny Ocean wants to score the biggest heist in history. He combines an eleven member team, including Frank Catton, Rusty Ryan and Linus Caldwell. Their target? The Bellagio, the Mirage and the MGM Grand. All casinos owned by Terry Benedict. It's not going to be easy, as they plan to get in secretly and out with $150 million. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ocean's Eleven torrent reviews
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(jp) wrote: A truly funny comedy. Blades of Glory had a lot of funny scenes and can make you laugh. The rivals, Ferrell and Heder, are energetic fun in this figure skating themed film. Its painless and amusing.
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(es) wrote: *Sigh* if i could, i'd give it -5 stars. Haha i just watched this filth, and I am still pissed off.
(ca) wrote: TOM AND JERRY TALK! THERE LIKE THE BEST SILENT CHARECTERS WHO LIKE CHASE EACH OTHER ALL DAY BUT NOW THEY WANT TO BE FRIENDS!
(es) wrote: Whee! Pretty sweet bike action.
(ag) wrote: Yes, better than the remake and great music!
(mx) wrote: Elizabeth Taylor is amazingly lovely in this but the picture itself is rather ordinary.
(it) wrote: This sharp, highly enthralling film noir is one of the best of its ilk, a subtle, moody film about a man looking for a way out of his past, but unable to find one.
(it) wrote: there is one saying about joan crawford "you could love her or hate her, but you just can't ignore her!" maybe "humoresque" could be rendered as the self-clarified justification of crawford herself. once again adrain endorses crawford's resolute glamour with her vixen-alike shoulder paddings which affirms her woman power as the iconic signature of joan crawford. this is a love story of two backboned individuals with disparate social levels as blocks between them as well as their homogenous egoism against each other. a more than ripe john garfield plays paul boray who is a debutante fresh young musician with enormous talent but hindered by his gutter upbringing. crawford is helen wright, an alcoholic socialite who sponsors this unknown talent wholeheartedly. helen conceals her solitude behind her derisive facade which arouses paul to unveil her outward hardshell. helen's lovestriken by paul for his raw untamed masculinity which could be a smack right upon her untouchable pride. then paul's overbearingly uptight mother interferes with this affair as bad omen, then the issue of the artist's complete involvement in his art comes across them as a fatality to catalyze helen's doom: she cannot live as a second choice next to paul's music. the music score is by franz waxman with all the classic violin tunes as background. at times, a few scenes at the nightclub accompanied by the piano sound and a husky female singer peg la centra are particularly enjoyable, especially when she utters the famous "embrace me", crawford even partakes in it as the theme song of a neglected woman suffering from the want of love. oscar levant as the paul's pianist sideman is harmonious with all his wisecrackers as footnotes from scene to scene. and only garfield who makes his fame in "postman always rings twice" could compete the lofty joan crawford without fading from the spotlight. garfield has character eminent enough to upstage crawford without being effeminated by her brittle mannerism. as a matter of fact, he even demystifies her to expose her underneath fragility as love conquest. before the campy period of 50s, joan crawford still maintains a glittering grace in her without the later misogynistic uglification on her personal image. she remains acceptibly pleasant to a slight degree with some unique allure of her own. "humoresque" is a piece to manifest her feminine fraility as if it's a self-dubbed confession, also like a dirge to reminiscent her withered glow of romance.
(ru) wrote: If you like The Rock and/or are not yet a teenager, this is engaging fare. Otherwise, please move along, there's only a silly UFO story to see here.