Ocean s eleven Review

Topics: Ocean's Thirteen, Ocean's Eleven, Ocean's Twelve Pages: 1 (248 words) Published: November 19, 2014
Ocean’s Thirteen
The film was released in 2007. It was directed by Steven Soderbergh. It was written by Brian Koppelman, David Levien, George Clayton Jhonson and Jack Golden Russel. This is the third movie in the “Ocean” trilogy: “Ocean’s Eleven (2001), Twelve (2004) and Thirteen (2007). Some of the most important actors are; George Clooney as Danny Ocean, Brad Pitt as Rusty Ryan, Elliot Gold as Reuben Tishkoff and Al Pacino as Willy Bank. In the movie, Danny Ocean's friend Reuben goes into business with Willy Bank, who then cuts Reuben out. When Reuben then suffers a heart attack, Danny gives Bank the opportunity to do what is right but when Bank refuses, Danny and his crew want revenge. They plan to make sure his new casino flops. Eventually they discover that they need more money to pull it off, so Ocean turns to Terry Benedict, who agrees on the condition that he steal something important to Bank. In my opinion the movie was great, it had great actors, a good storyline and the special effects were fantastic. This is all great, but there is also something negative to say about “Ocean’s Thirteen” the movie is a bit hard to follow and the revenge is still a crime. To conclude, this is a great movie for anyone who loves a good heist-movie (and is thirteen or older). It keeps you interested in the story. It’s a mixture of revenge, comedy and adventure. Maaike v/d Visser TV2A
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