Ocean's Twelve

2004 "Twelve is the new eleven."
6.5| 2h5m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 09 December 2004 Released
Producted By: Village Roadshow Pictures
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Official Website: http://oceans12.warnerbros.com/

Danny Ocean reunites with his old flame and the rest of his merry band of thieves in carrying out three huge heists in Rome, Paris and Amsterdam – but a Europol agent is hot on their heels.

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XoWizIama Excellent adaptation.
Baseshment I like movies that are aware of what they are selling... without [any] greater aspirations than to make people laugh and that's it.
Humbersi The first must-see film of the year.
Zandra The movie turns out to be a little better than the average. Starting from a romantic formula often seen in the cinema, it ends in the most predictable (and somewhat bland) way.
avidcritic23 I'd say Ocean's Twelve is a decent film in my opinion. But here's one major issue I noticed.I feel like the reason why this movie didn't do as well as Ocean's Eleven was because the story focused so much on the romance between Rusty and Isabel. The audience were expecting to see more of the crew to carry out a clever heist and steal the most valuable item locked inside a fancy location. Sadly, it was a lot less than what we wanted.
HotToastyRag It's tough to tell whether Ocean's Twelve is a sequel to Ocean's Eleven or a remake. It's so incredibly similar to the first film-which is itself a remake of the 1960 Rat Pack film-that after you've seen both of them, you'll find yourself getting scenes confused with each other. The memorable and expensive cast returns-George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac, Casey Affleck, Scott Caan, Carl Reiner, Elliot Gould, Andy Garcia, and Julia Roberts-and are joined by Catherine Zeta-Jones, Eddie Izzard, Robbie Coltrane, and Jared Harris. Once again, they're all involved in a heist that's complicated beyond belief and fraught with plans going awry, but this time, the expensive cast are all flown abroad, enjoying scenes in Italy, France, the Netherlands, and Monaco.If you liked the first one-the remake, not the original-you'll like the sequel. I did not, so I didn't care for the sequel either. Just as the original is a two-hour spectacle of "Look how cool me and my friends are", the remakes of the Ocean films have the same feel to them. Everyone in the audience knows the actors who take the top billings are friends in real life, and while they have their little smirks and giggles over inside jokes, unfinished sentences, and awkward pauses, the audience either feels "cool" to be a part of it or wishes they'd just had a get-together without filming it.
zkonedog One of the reasons that the first "Ocean's" movie was such a success was that it was full of "Vegas Style" that really gave it an edge. While this second effort lacks that suave style, it still manages to be exciting and keeps you guessing until the very end.For a basic plot summary, "Ocean's 12" begins with Terry Benedict (Andy Garcia) wanting his money back. In order to come up with those kind of funds, the now-infamous thieving gang led by Danny Ocean (George Clooney) and Rusty (Brad Pitt) must take their act overseas and face off against a formidable foe in the burglary business. This time, however, Ocean's wife (played by Julia Roberts) has a bigger role in the proceedings.The reason this film manages to still hold up under the huge success of its predecessors is two- fold:1. The interplay between the characters is still excellent and quite funny. It must have been a hoot to film this one, as it sure seems as if all the main players had a great time with each other.2. The plot continues to move forward and never gets predictable or stale. It might not quite have the "flash" of the first one, but it still is entertaining (especially as it gears up for the climax).Overall, "Ocean's 12" is a solid (if less spectacular) follow-up to the glitzy original. A 3.5 star ranking would be more accurate, but it is closer to four stars than three.
Floated2 Ocean's Twelve is the sequel to the hit film Ocean's Eleven released in 2001. Starting into the film, it takes place where the crew flies to Europe in an attempt to pull off quick heists in order to pay off Benedict. There, they find out they are up against a mysterious character who is thwarting their plans for some unknown reason. They have to find this person and stop him before Benedict's deadline. They are also being pursued by a clever detective, Isabel Lahiri (Catherine Zeta-Jones), who is close to arresting them. I was willing to put up with this unbelievable nonsense for a time, but my breaking point came when the film actually has Julia Roberts portraying Tess Ocean, who, in turn is portraying Julia Roberts as part of a plot to get close to a guarded treasure in a museum. I don't think this could ever work, but in order for it to have a chance, wouldn't Julia Roberts have to at least establish the character of Tess Ocean first? It ruined the film as a whole and became quite over the top and silly at this point.One of the things you need in order to have a successful heist movie is a good heist, or a good confidence scheme. Here, the big heist at the end of the movie turns out to be an afterthought. It is a throwaway heist shown as a flashback. The acting is casual, at best. The big problem is screen time. There is only enough of it for Clooney, Pitt and Matt Damon. Most of the others in the all-star cast, like Bernie Mac, Don Cheadle, Elliott Gould, Carl Reiner, Andy Garcia and Roberts, have very limited roles.