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Ocean's Thirteen

I happened to catch Oceans Thirteen the other night on HBO and ended up staying up half the night.  I am a huge fan of the Oceans Trilogy, and this movie does not disappoint at all.  Basically, the boys shut down the venture of a backstabbing hotelier (Al Pacino) because the guy double-crossed the Reuben (Elliott Gould).  By the boys, I mean George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Matt Damon, Elliott Gould, Don Cheadle, Shabao Qin, Casey Affleck, Scott Caan, Bernie Mac, and Carl Reiner.  Without giving too much away, I want to say that Ocean’s Thirteen is more like Ocean’s Eleven.  It has the fast pace needed to keep your attention yet you know the guys won’t be looking for jobs in San Francisco. They should be set for a while again.

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3 thoughts on “Ocean's Thirteen”

  1. I also liked this. I loved the first but was kinda iffy on the second. I like how this tied together some of the things from the first 2 movies though you probably would enjoy it more if you had seen those. I saw Thirteen with my husband who hadn't and he didn't really "get" it. I also agree it was more like Eleven.

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