Ocean's Thirteen
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Ocean's Thirteen

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Director: Steven Soderbergh

Cast: George Clooney, Brad Pitt


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Cinema icon Al Pacino joins a powerhouse cast headed by of George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Andy Garcia, Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac, and series newcomer Ellen Barkin for this, the third installment of director StevenSee more details below


Cinema icon Al Pacino joins a powerhouse cast headed by of George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Andy Garcia, Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac, and series newcomer Ellen Barkin for this, the third installment of director Steven Soderbergh's popular series of glitzy crime comedies. The only hotelier in Las Vegas who can claim that each and every one of his establishments has earned the Royal Review Board's Five Diamond Award, Willy Bank (Pacino) has made more than his share of enemies during his impressive ascent. While most of Bank's adversaries amount to little more than the occasional nuisance, however, this powerful player is about to find out that picking your enemies in Las Vegas can be a true gamble. In betraying Reuben Tishkoff (Elliott Gould), Bank has finally crossed the one man who could bring his entire empire crumbling to the ground -- Danny Ocean (Clooney). Now Reuben is in critical condition, and Ocean is determined to strike back at the man who nearly murdered his mentor. Bank may have taken down one of the original Ocean's Eleven, but his efforts only managed to unite the remaining ten closer than ever before. As the opening of Bank's newest casino draws near, Danny and the crew set into motion a bold plan to humiliate the cocksure casino owner and forever tarnish his spotless reputation. It won't be easy, but if Ocean and his team can get their elaborate plan together in time for the opening of The Bank, they just might be able to deliver some serious Las Vegas justice.

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Editorial Reviews

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Ocean's Thirteen reeks of backpedaling. In Ocean's Twelve, director Steven Soderbergh and screenwriter George Nolfi took the action out of Vegas, trying for something outside the box and self-referential -- Julia Roberts playing a character who gets mistaken for the actual Julia Roberts? The response from critics and audiences was tepid, so here, Soderbergh reins things back in with a formula very similar to his original Ocean's Eleven. Fortunately, the formula works. In fact, the biggest complaint viewers may have is that they're sitting through the same movie again. Repetition of prior success is a fundamental (if regrettable) ingredient in the sequel business, but at least Ocean's Thirteen has the style to do it without making a viewer feel manipulated. What drew audiences to the original was the collection of fashionable and shiny stars having a rollicking good time, and that only expands outward here, with ever more name actors eager to join in the biggest party of Hollywood cool kids since...well, since Ocean's Twelve. The frenetic script (by franchise newcomers Brian Koppelman and David Levien) finds enough to do for most of the myriad characters, who are brought back together this time for vengeance -- to give casino mogul Willy Bank (Al Pacino, also making his Ocean's debut) a taste of his own medicine after he screws over avuncular Reuben Tishkoff (Elliott Gould), leading indirectly to Tishkoff's brink-of-death hospitalization. The heist plans rely on Rube Goldberg logic as much as ever, the wardrobes are just as smart, and the one-liners are just as withering. The overall package makes sure that Thirteen is not the unlucky number for this series that Twelve was. That quiet whimpering you hear in the corner, between the roulette wheel and that bored cocktail waitress? It's just the death of Soderbergh's will to experiment.

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Warner Home Video
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
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Special Features

Additional scenes; Vegas: An Opulent Illusion - Las Vegas' influential design sense; Jerry Weintraub Walk and Talk: The producer takes us on a casino tour; 2 English audio tracks: 5.1 and 2.0

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
George Clooney Danny Ocean
Brad Pitt Rusty Ryan
Matt Damon Linus Caldwell,Lenny Pepperidge
Andy García Terry Benedict
Don Cheadle Basher Tarr,Fender Roads
Bernie Mac Frank Catton
Ellen Barkin Abigail Sponder
Al Pacino Willy Bank
Casey Affleck Virgil Malloy
Scott Caan Turk Malloy
Eddie Izzard Roman Nagel
Shaobo Qin Yen,Mr. Weng
Carl Reiner Saul Bloom,Kensington Chubb
Elliott Gould Reuben Tishkoff
Edward Jemison Livingston Dell
David Paymer The V.U.P.
Vincent Cassel Francois Toulour
Julian Sands Greco Montgomery

Technical Credits
Steven Soderbergh Director
Peter Andrews Cinematographer
Bruce Berman Executive Producer
Frederic W. Brost Executive Producer
Dawn Brown-Manser Set Decoration/Design
Robin Le Chanu Associate Producer
Aric Cheng Set Decoration/Design
Todd Cherniawsky Set Decoration/Design
David Holmes Score Composer
Susan Ekins Executive Producer
Tony Fanning Art Director
Louise Frogley Costumes/Costume Designer
Scott Herbertson Set Decoration/Design
Al Hobbs Set Decoration/Design
Greg Jacobs Asst. Director,Executive Producer
Brian Koppelman Screenwriter
Paul Ledford Sound/Sound Designer
David Levien Screenwriter
Ron Mendell Set Decoration/Design
Philip Messina Production Designer
Stephen Mirrione Editor
Maya Shimoguchi Set Decoration/Design
Jerry Weintraub Producer
Robert Woodruff Set Decoration/Design
Debra Zane Casting

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Ocean's Thirteen [WS]
1. Anything for Reuben [4:39]
2. Willy Amends the Deal [2:56]
3. The Guys Offer Willy "A Billy Martin" [2:27]
4. Showing Nagel the Big Picture [3:05]
5. The Big Picture, Continued [4:14]
6. Fixing Blackjack, Slots, Roulette [4:02]
7. The Greco Player Tracker [2:56]
8. The Exit Strategy [3:16]
9. Rusty Does an "Irwin Allen" [2:53]
10. Prepping Room 1706; "Caravan" [2:01]
11. Kensington Chubb and the V.I.P. Check-in [6:23]
12. Livingston Explains Blackjack [3:06]
13. Complications [4:13]
14. Terry [3:18]
15. Mr. Weng and Lenny Pepperidge [2:01]
16. Yen Negotiates the Elevators [1:46]
17. Rusty and Danny Walk and Talk [4:40]
18. Oprah [2:38]
19. Finding a Way to the Diamond Room [6:34]
20. Terry and Willy: 'Nuff Said [3:29]
21. Willy Makes Preparations [2:40]
22. The Grand Opening [4:30]
23. The Gilroy [3:17]
24. "The FBI Is in the House" [4:48]
25. Blowing the Slots [2:24]
26. The Cartwheel [3:59]
27. Eugene's Trap Door [2:08]
28. First Tremor; "You Felt It, Too?" [2:33]
29. Winning Montage [3:41]
30. The Exit Strategy, Cont'd. [2:10]
31. Aftermath [7:10]
32. "This Town" [2:15]
33. Camp to Belong [4:01]
34. End Titles [5:31]

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