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Rating: 6.6/10 by 6050 users

Ocean's Twelve (2004)

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.

  • Steven Soderbergh
  • Gregory Jacobs
  • Annie Welles
  • Trey Batchelor
  • Lynne Martin
  • Paul Vallespi
  • Dusty Dukatz
  • Cheyenne Corre
  • George Clayton Johnson
  • Jack Golden Russell
  • George Nolfi
  • Enfys Dickinson
Release Date: Thu, Dec 09, 2004

Rating: 6.6/10 by 6050 users

Alternative Title:
Dvenadtsat' druzey Oushena - RU
Igraj svoju igru 2 - RS
Oceanovih 12 - SI
오션스 12 - KR
Ocean's 12 - FR
I symmoria ton dodeka - GR
Ocean's Twelve: Dannyho dvanástka - SK
Ocean’s 12 - DE
Ocean’s Twelve - US
Dvanadtsyatʹ druziv Oushena - UA
Bandata na Oushŭn 2 - BG
Η Συμμορία των Δώδεκα - GR

United States of America
Runtime: 02 hour 05 minutes
Budget: $110,000,000
Revenue: $362,744,280

Plot Keyword: rome, italy, sequel, heist, fabergé egg, golden egg, goon

Brad Pitt
Robert "Rusty" Ryan
Matt Damon
Linus Caldwell
Andy García
Terry Benedict
Don Cheadle
Basher Tarr
Bernie Mac
Frank Catton
Julia Roberts
Tess Ocean / Herself
Casey Affleck
Virgil Malloy
Scott Caan
Turk Malloy
Vincent Cassel
Baron François Toulour / Night Fox
Eddie Jemison
Livingston Dell
Carl Reiner
Saul Bloom
Elliott Gould
Reuben Tishkoff
Shaobo Qin
"The Amazing" Yen
Albert Finney
Gaspar LeMarque (uncredited)
Eddie Izzard
Roman Nagel
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis (uncredited)
Jeroen Krabbé
Van der Woude
Cherry Jones
Molly Star / Mrs. Caldwell
Topher Grace
Topher Grace (uncredited)
Candice Azzara
Saul Bloom's Girlfriend
Jerry Weintraub
Denny Shields (uncredited)
Jared Harris
Basher's Engineer
Ed Kross
Bank Officer
Anne Jacques
Shop Owner
David Sontag
Plainclothes Goon #1
Larry Sontag
Plainclothes Goon #2
Don Tiffany
House Painter
Dina Connolly
Virgil's Fiancée
Mini Anden
Jennifer Liu
Mani-pedi Woman #1
Leah Zhang
Mani-pedi Woman #2
Craig Susser
Men's Club Waiter
James Schneider
Club Heckler
Nichelle Hines
Assistant Manager
Chris Tates
Paul's Partner
Michael Delano
Casino Manager
David Lindsay
Arsenal Bus Driver
Nasser Faris
Frank's Jail Mate
Youma Diakite
Toulour Woman #1
Andrea Buhl
Toulour Woman #2
Sylvia Kwon
Toulour Woman #3
Francesca Lancini
Toulour Woman #4
Raquel Faria
Toulour Woman #5
Elena Potapova
Toulour Woman #6
Jessie Bell
Toulour Woman #7
Anne-Solenne Hatte
Toulour Woman #8
Denny Méndez
Toulour Woman #9
Martina Stella
Nagel's Assistant
Mattia Sbragia
Commissario Giordano
Carlo Antonazzo
Security Advisor
Mingming Gao
Chinese Mother
Amelie Kahn-Ackermann
Chinese Daughter
Luciano Miele
Hotel Manager
Antonio De Matteo
Hotel Employee
Ana Caterina Morariu
Bruce Willis' Companion
Adriano Giannini
Museum Director
Giulio Magnolia
Marco Matronelli
Photographer's Assistant
Giselda Volodi
Toulour's Butler
Mathieu Simonet
Backpack Kid
Karl A. Brown
Train Security #1
Marc Bodnar
Train Security #2

John Chard

Convoluted Cack! Ocean's 11 was a slick movie, ultra cool and up there with the best as regards superior remakes. Ocean's Twelve is a waste, a film coasting on star appeal, a picture desperately trying to cram as much into its screenplay for fear of failing. The plot shoots off in a number of directions, yet incredibly it still wastes most of the cast who have all been held over from Ocean's 11. This time Catherine Zeta-Jones joins in for some weighty dressage and Vincent Cassel is along as some sort of break-dancing Raffles dude. There's the odd in-joke that works, while the by-ply between the principal players (Clooney/Pitt/Damon) holds a modicum of entertainment value. However, once the dust settles on the myriad of schemes and scrapes, you are left with a sequel of a remake that is almost everything the other film was not. Boo. 4/10


Good watch, could watch again, and can recommend, at least for fans of heist movies. This is a refreshing twist on heist movies, actually a combination of twists: payback revenge and criminal vs criminal. This qualifies alternative motive to the crimes and because of the high stakes of competing thieves, we certainly get a complex heist. The problem with this movie is that Benedict's move against them is the most interesting part, but is relegated to the beginning of the movie. Most of the thief vs thief action is obscured to hide information from the audience, causing the movie to explain and even re-explain things that have, are, or will happen in the movie which, honestly, just pads the run time without making the movie more entertaining. Without a doubt, the movie is still good, but not nearly as good as the first in the series.

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