Movie Mini Reviews: Ocean's Eleven + Sequel

by 8:52 PM 2 comments

Ocean's Eleven and Ocean's Twelve

Genre: Thriller, Action, Comedy


Dapper Danny Ocean is a man of action. Less than 24 hours into his parole from a New Jersey penitentiary, the wry, charismatic thief is already rolling out his next plan. Following three rules: Don't hurt anybody, don't steal from anyone who doesn't deserve it, and play the game like you've got nothing to lose. Danny orchestrates the most sophisticated, elaborate casino heist in history.



Ocean's Eleven!
An entertaining and fun movie!
Fast-paced and witty.
Clever but not Sherlock's level of smart.
Even without the star power from George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and Julia Roberts, I know I would have enjoyed it either way.

Now, a rant about the Ocean's Twelve:
Ocean's Twelve is a joke. A complete joke. What a horrible sequel. Sloppy plot. Halfhearted performances. Lack of significant roles. Boring new characters just to give the movie some "sex appeal." I hate it.
The reality: the movie's popularity was due to the celebrity faces that made an appearance.
Ocean's Twelve is more of a lame comedy than a thriller. It was funny, but not that funny, especially the second half. The writers and actors were trying way too hard.

This was me most of the time:

And seriously, who the fuck thought it would be funny and smart to have Julia Roberts play as herself in the movie? Seriously? Why am I not surprised Hollywood ran out of ideas?

The writers:
"Hey, you know what we should do to cover up how stupid the sequel is and how lazy we are? Let's write Julia Roberts into this! Oh, and let's add Bruce Willis."
*writes shit*

"Is this acceptable, audience?"

The audience:

Ocean's Twelve is a poor excuse for a sequel. For me, it was only worth watching because Matt Damon's character is downright adorable.
I dread Ocean's Thirteen. I don't even have the heart to watch it. You people are killing me.

Ocean's Eleven earns four stars.
Ocean's Twelve gets one star for trying.

Nancy Her


Cee named The Mistress Case after Sherlock (BBC with Benedict) and Supernatural (Dean, baby). She writes mainly book reviews. On occasions, movies and TV shows. She reads and reviews in many genres, including fantasy, historical, contemporary, romance, erotica, mystery, etc. She personally rains more love on fantasy and historical romance and hopes you won't hold it against her. Caoi.


  1. Lol! I've watched these years ago. I remember liking them but not much of the details. Anyway, fun review.

    Danna @ A Reading Habit

    1. True, I like it, but I will mostly likely forget the details in a few months. Thank you (: