A case of mistaken identity lands Slevin into the middle of a war being plotted by two of the city's most rival crime bosses: The Rabbi and The Boss. Slevin is under constant surveillance by relentless Detective Brikowski as well as the infamous assassin Goodkat and finds himself having to hatch his own ingenious plot to get them before they get him.
Jake Vig (Burns) is a consummate grifter about to pull his biggest con yet, one set to avenge his friend's murder. But his last scam backfired, leaving him indebted to a mob boss (Hoffman) and his enforcer.
The last time we saw Danny Ocean's crew, they were paying back ruthless casino mogul Terry Benedict after stealing millions from him. However, it's been a while since they've come back together, which is all about to change. When one of their own, Reuben Tishkoff, builds a hotel with another casino owner, Willy Bank, the last thing he ever wanted was to get cut out of the deal personally by the loathsome Bank. Bank's attitude even goes so far as to finding the amusement in Tishkoff's misfortune when the double crossing lands Reuben in the hospital because of a heart attack. However, Danny and his crew won't stand for Bank and what he's done to a friend. Uniting with their old enemy Benedict, who himself has a vendetta against Bank, the crew is out to pull off a major plan; one that will unfold on the night Bank's newest hot spot opens up. They're not in this for the money, but for the revenge. Written by
When discussing the blueprints of the Bank Casino, Rusty mentions that among the architects responsible for the design was Frank O. Gehry, with whom Brad Pitt has collaborated personally on several projects at Gehry's Los Angeles studio. See more »
In one part of the movie, from the air, it shows that The Bank Hotel and Casino is on the west side of Las Vegas Blvd and just south of the Excalibur Hotel. In another part, out front of The Bank after the "earthquake", it show The Bank right across the street from the Bellagio Hotel which would make it north of The Excalibur and on the east side of Las Vegas blvd. See more »
"Suite Bergamasque, Clair de Lune, No. 3"
Written by Claude Debussy (1905) and Isao Tomita (2000)
Performed by Isao Tomita
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Third part with the same group and again with suspense,thriller and intelligent twists
Again the Danny Ocean bunch with the biggest heist of all.Reuben(Elliot Gould)suffers a heart attack for a treason and as revenge Danny Ocean pull off a plan introducing the schemes for a new robbery venture and gathering the eclectic group for a new caper.This time,Benedict(Andy Garcia) agrees with Ocean backed by his motley gang to execute it,the group is the same(Brad Pitt,Matt Damon,Don Cheadle,Scott Cahan,Bernie Mac,Casey Affleck,Carl Reiner,Qin).Their objective is the ambitious Willie Bank(Al Pacino),owner of a luxurious Las Vegas hotel.He turns out their victim along with the hot woman manager(Ellen Barkin).The crew back in action,in the inauguration day.They blew all the light,shutting off the electrify and provoke an earthquake on the hotel.The thirteen men team headed by mastermind George Clooney attempting rob the game-table, jackpots from hotel casino proprietary of mogul Pacino,executing simultaneously. We never met a band like Ocean's thirteen.This rendition gets one of the greatest entertainment of the trilogy.
This heist film displays from the beginning to the ending, comedy,suspense,plot twists along with limited action of manner varied.Appear special cameo by Oprah Winfrey,Julian Sands and Jerry Weintraub,he's trilogy's producer.The film contains an intelligent screenplay and of course outstanding final surprise.The comic relief is developed during the relationship between the several and motley characters and their jokes among them.Atmospheric musical score by habitual saga,David Holmes.Colorful cinematography though sometimes is some dark on interior scenarios by the same,as usual, Soderbergh.This is a funny and stylish following ,being well directed by Steven Soderbergh
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