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Format: HD DVD
Sku: 205746662
UPC: 085391139232
UPC 14: 00085391139232
Category Keywords: Sequel  Theatrical Release  Thieves
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Revenge is a Funny Thing.
It's bolder. Riskier. The most dazzling heist yet. George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and more reteam with director Steven Soderbergh for a split-second caper that stacks the deck with wit, style and cool. Danny Ocean again runs the game, so no rough stuff. No one gets hurt. Except for double-crossing Vegas kingpin Willy Bank (Al Pacino). Ocean's crew will hit him where it hurts: in his wallet. On opening night of Bank's posh new casino tower The Bank, every turn of a card and roll of the dice will come up a winner for bettors. And they'll hit him in his pride, making sure the tower doesn't receive a coveted Five Diamond Award. That's just the start of the flimflams. The boys are out to break The Bank. Place your bets!

"...a winner...hits the jackpot...pure fun...pays off big time...a funny, fast-paced action-adventure!  Clay Smith, The Insider
"It's so money! It's so fun!  David Edelstein, New York Magazine
"The pleasure here, as before, comes from watching skilled professionals team up for a job well done.  Keith Phipps, The Onion A.V. Club
"An over-the-top celebrity cartoon of cool and a tilt-a-whirl of fun.  Mark Bell, Film Threat
"The star wattage is immense but the stars themselves are refreshingly self-deprecating, almost satirically so.  Peter Rainer, Christian Science Monitor
"Two Thumbs Up.  Richard Roeper, Ebert & Roeper
"...continues the breezy good times of the first two series entries without missing a beat.  Todd McCarthy, Variety

Editor's Note
The third installment of Steven Soderbergh's slick, star-studded heist series just might be the best, as Danny Ocean (George Clooney) and company pull off another elaborate caper, this time in the name of revenge. Reuben Tishkoff (Elliott Gould), one of Ocean's original eleven, lies nearly comatose after a myocardial infarction brought on by shock. His dreams of regaining his former glory on the Vegas strip have been dashed by the dastardly Willie Bank (Al Pacino), with whom Reuben foolishly went into business to build the biggest and flashiest casino the the world has ever seen. Bank took Reuben for all he was worth, and now, the famously loyal thirteen won't rest until Bank has been brought down. They execute this noble cause through complex, daring, and brilliant machinations that make the most of everyone's talents, including Yen's (Shaobo Qin) acrobatics, Linus's (Matt Damon) acting abilities, and Basher's (Don Cheadle) heavy machinery. Virgil and Turk Malloy (Casey Affleck and Scott Caan) get a few hilarious moments as they brew up a revolution in a Mexican plastics plant, while Rusty (Brad Pitt) and Danny coolly preside over the action like omniscient, infallible deities, always about three steps ahead of the game. The villain's downfall is utterly satisfying due to the pure capitalist evil channelled by Pacino, while Ellen Barkin vamps it up as Bank's "cougar" of an assistant. The camaraderie of the thirteen lends heart to these cool criminals, best captured by the sappy letters Basher sends Reuben, which ultimately bring him back to life. Vegas is effectively captured through seamless editing and beautiful photography, with the trappings of uber-wealth making the fantasy even more fantastical.

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Video Features DVD, Pan and Scan (TV Format), Hybrid, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 2.40:1, English, Spanish, French, Korean, Subtitled, No Longer Produced

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/13/2007
Video Play Time Running Time: 122 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2007
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 1000023939
Video UPC UPC: 00085391139232
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, French, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.40:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Ocean's Thirteen - DVD Review
By: Rafe Telsch Cinema Blend DVD Reviews
Published on: 11/17/2007 5:48 PM
If Ocean's Thirteen proves anything it's that revenge is more entertaining than self-preservation. It also proves just how dismal a sequel Ocean's Twelve was, taking the characters away from their home in Vegas and tossing them around the world. The third movie in the franchise sees the troupe return to Vegas, and a return to the antics and banter that made Ocean's Eleven so much fun. Truly, this is the sequel the first film deserved. ...read the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Al Pacino
Video Cast Info Andy Garcia
Video Cast Info Bernie Mac
Video Cast Info Brad Pitt
Video Cast Info Carl Reiner
Video Cast Info Casey Affleck
Video Cast Info Don Cheadle
Video Cast Info Ellen Barkin
Video Cast Info Elliott Gould
Video Cast Info George Clooney
Video Cast Info Matt Damon
Video Cast Info Scott Caan
Video Cast Info Brian Koppelman - Screenplay
Video Cast Info David Holmes - Original Music By
Video Cast Info David Levien - Screenplay
Video Cast Info George Clayton Johnson - Based On Characters Created By
Video Cast Info George Clooney - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Jack Golden Russell - Based On Characters Created By
Video Cast Info Jerry Weintraub - Producer
Video Cast Info Philip Messina - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Stephen Mirrione - Editor
Video Cast Info Steven Soderbergh - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Steven Soderbergh - Director
Video Cast Info Tony Fanning - Art Director

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly
"[T]he cons and gambits come at you thick and fast, and Clooney and his compatriots guide them all with such insular verbal code that the movie is beyond sly -- it's a blizzard of blissed-out chicanery." -- Grade: A- 06/15/2007 p.58-59

New York Times
"[T]he third time really is a charm....OCEAN'S THIRTEEN is also a gas; it's lighter than air, prettier than life, a romp, a goof and an attentively oiled machine." 06/08/2007 p.E1

USA Today
3 stars out of 4 -- "OCEAN'S THIRTEEN is as frothy and smooth as a chilled margarita on a hot Vegas night....It's breezy, clever fun and ridiculously easy on the eyes." 06/15/2007 p.5E

Rolling Stone
3 stars out of 4 -- "Pitt is the real surprise....In this class act of a caper movie, he's worthy to shake Sinatra's hand." 06/28/2007 p.78

Sight and Sound
"Soderbergh ensures that the movie retains an enviable, watchable cool....Clooney has never been so smoothly unruffled..." 08/01/2007 p.72

Uncut
4 stars out of 5 -- "[R]efreshing and revealing..." 12/01/2007 p.138

ReelViews 8 of 10
I may be in the minority, but I don't consider Ocean's Twelve to be the dog that some critics have labeled it. Sure, it's a little self-indulgent, but it's a genial caper drama that allows us to spend some time in the company of the survivors of the 2001 remake of Ocean's Eleven. Now, along comes Ocean's Thirteen, and it's back to basics. This is a stripped-down, plot-oriented heist movie where character development and interpersonal interaction have been set aside in order to keep the parts clicking. It's like watching a huge Rube Goldberg machine. The end result is a foregone conclusion. The fascination comes from watching the contortions necessary to get there and guess what will happen next to propel events forward...The screenplay isn't a masterpiece of misdirection but it is smart enough that one can feel comfortable about keeping one's intelligence engaged as things unfold. The lack of explosions and gunfire makes this an atypical summer thriller, but its breezy brand of unforced and occasionally self-referential entertainment is a lot more fun than pirates, webslingers, and green ogres. - James Berardinelli

Reel.com 8 of 10
The first two movies in the Ocean franchise offered a large ensemble of stars but not much else. Ocean's Eleven tried to revive the Rat Pack bonhomie of the 1960 original, but came across as just another Hollywood package deal and the camaraderie seemed forced. The troupe gallivanted across Europe in Ocean's Twelve, which must have been a nice holiday for the cast, but the story was such a snooze that it was a chore for the audience to sit through. But back in Las Vegas for the third and possibly last installment, the franchise has lost the distaff member of the crew, Julia Roberts, but finally gained its footing. It may not be perfect, but with Ocean's 13 director Steven Soderbergh and his cast have at last delivered a truly effervescent caper comedy...But mainly, on this third try, the ensemble finally completely gels. Clooney's easy-going charm still paints him as the leader--let's face it, he is the one would probably would have been in the real Rat Pack back in the day. Yet, this time out, it is almost a ceremonial title, because Danny is only one element in a well-oiled machine. If this is the final Ocean's movie, saving the best for last is a wonderful way to go out. - Pam Grady

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