#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Danny Ocean’s estranged sister Debbie attempts to pull off the heist of the century at New York City’s star-studded annual Met Gala. Her first stop is to assemble the perfect crew: Lou, Rose, Daphne Kluger, Nine Ball, Tammy, Amita, and Constance.
Plot: Debbie Ocean, a criminal mastermind, gathers a crew of female thieves to pull off the heist of the century at New York’s annual Met Gala.
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It was pretty gay. Could’ve been a lot gayer though.
_Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
Good stuff, this.
I really enjoyed ‘Ocean’s Eight’. It’s a sizeable drop off from the great ‘Ocean’s Eleven’, but I actually – just narrowly – enjoyed it more than ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ and ‘Ocean’s Thirteen’. With this 2018 film, they got a lot right. The pacing, but also the casting.
It’s nice to have Sandra Bullock (Debbie) return just to keep the continuity going, that as well as the fact that she’s very good in this. I rate her as an actress, but sometimes I find her performances irritating – here, the complete opposite, I love how charismatic and confident she plays Debbie. Cate Blanchett (Lou) supports her well, too.
The rest of the cast are strong choices. I enjoyed seeing Rihanna and Awkwafina, along with Sarah Paulson, Mindy Kaling and Anne Hathaway. James Cordon appears too, he seems to split opinion but I like him.
The plot is good, very watchable. I found myself questioning one moment of the nitty-gritty event, but otherwise I thoroughly enjoyed seeing it unfold. I also liked the editing around it. The ending isn’t the greatest, but still more than satisfactory.
Disappointing When Comparing The Previous Films
Regardless of the concept, I’ve always been intrigued every time a new heist movie makes it to the big screen. The sheer notion of watching a group of people flawlessly pull off something that most people would be crazy to attempt is quite entertaining for many reasons. Ocean’s 8 is the latest film of its kind to hit theatres and with the weight of the previous trilogy on its shoulders, there was a high bar to meet. I’m a huge fan of the previous remake of Ocean’s Eleven and while neither of the sequels quite match the quality of it, I was hoping Ocean’s 8 would steer this franchise in a new direction. While I did enjoy watching this movie, for the most part, I did find myself pretty disappointed by it as a whole. I can’t quite recommend this movie as a great film, but if you’re a fan of the franchise, here’s why you may find some enjoyment in its latest addition.
Ocean’s 8 follows the sister of Danny Ocean (George Clooney from the previous films) in Debbie Ocean, as she is released from prison and has plotted to rob the Met Gala in New York City. The plan is to steal a necklace that’s worth over 150 million dollars, so naturally, she finds a group of women who are very interested in helping out. All having their quirks, they each become a necessity in accomplishing this task. Quite honestly, aside from the first film, this was probably my favorite heist sequence when looking back at the franchise, but if that’s all the movie has to offer, then a lot will be left to be desired.
A slow build up is fine if your climax pays off in a big way and for that alone, I found a lot of enjoyment from the movie as a whole. The very meticulous plan makes for an engaging climax and I was sucked into the movie until the very end. That being said, the first act of the movie nearly put me to sleep. This movie takes a very long time to peak your interest. Yes, there are a few interesting characters and some humorous moments will keep you interested, but I didn’t find those elements to be enough. I found myself breathing a huge sigh of relief when the actual heist began because the movie didn’t seem to have a pulse until that point. Luckily, the dull moments were held together by some likable actresses.
From Sandra Bullock to Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway to Sarah Paulson, and even Rihanna to Mindy Kaling, everyone had their moment to shine here and I was having a blast watching these characters interact with one another. Sadly, those moments are few and far between. These actresses give their all with what they’re given, but the script (aside from the plotting of the climax itself) just felt a little generic. A group of women gets together to do a heist and the circumstances are very much the same as the first film in the franchise. Nothing new was brought to the table, which was the one thing I was hoping for with this movie.
Fans of the franchise may have some fun with the movie when it truly kicks into high gear, as I surely did, but the overall movie is frankly average. In particular, I found some of the unique editing choices to be slightly cheesy and I’m not sure if the movie’s style worked all that much. The pacing is off in many places and it seems as though music is used throughout the first act to liven up a scene and prevent it from being boring. For all of these reasons and more, I can’t quite recommend this movie to many viewers, but if you enjoy watching a good heist, that portion of this film is worth the price of admission in my opinion. While it’s not something you have to rush out and see at the cinema, Ocean’s 8 is worth renting.
Mediocre Movie, Poor Reboot
As a standalone movie, this wasn’t any worse than most of the stuff Hollywood produces (on-the-surface interesting characters who lack depth, forced comic relief, predictable plot progression) but as a continuation of the Ocean series, this falls very flat. The connections to previous movies felt like they were just thrown in so they could say it was part of the series. Why/how did Danny die? Either they left it out for a sequel (which makes bringing it up here pointless) or they couldn’t think of a way to incorporate it which makes including it a poor writing decision. The only other connection it had to the previous movies were the cameos, which, again felt forced and unrealistic.
Overall, this movie lacks the character and spirit of the previous Ocean movies which is it’s ultimate downfall. Were this a separate movie, it could just be chalked up as your standard Hollywood mediocrity, but being connected with the Ocean franchise, this is ultimately an unnecessary disappointment.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 50 min (110 min)
Genre Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Director Gary Ross
Writer Gary Ross (screenplay by), Olivia Milch (screenplay by), Gary Ross (story by), George Clayton Johnson (based upon characters created by), Jack Golden Russell (based upon characters created by)
Actors Sandra Bullock, Griffin Dunne, Deidre Goodwin, Daniella Rabbani
Awards 3 wins & 14 nominations.
Production Company Warner Bros. Pictures, Smoke House, Village Roadshow Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Mini, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, Arri Alexa SXT Plus, Zeiss Master Prime, Master Zoom and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Laboratory Harbor Picture Company, New York (NY), USA (digital intermediate) (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (3.4K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format D-Cinema