First he fought all the odds that [were against him]. Then he got to make out with the beautiful leading lady star woman. It was a thrilling ride that ended up all working out [in the end]. His boss was helping him along the way through the ins and outs of the difficult story plot that really made you think. Also, he had help from a little special someone that he met on the inside who helped him navigate the double-agent corruption from within the inside. Overall, he made it all work. And we got a good soundtrack out of it… what a thrill-ride it all was! Thanks again, repeated hollywood formula!
Do you know what I mean? It is so well made, Fincher really has an eye for photography and style. But gosh does he make disturbing films. Couldn’t he ease up a bit, please? Oh, also, is Brad Pitt actually in that movie (do you know what I mean??)? By the way, Fincher seems to really struggle with endings for his movies. Why is that? They seem to just kinda bleh-out. Anyway, thanks again.
I mean, the first one is SO good and the other ones are like so corny and kinda boring and I can only take so much dum-da-da-dumdum cheesy bass and white boy drums. Soderbergs, you’re such a skilled director. What happened with those other thirty or so ocean movies ? Also this time I noticed the apostrophe – it’s Danny Ocean’s team. Thanks for explaining that to us in the second one. That helped. Anyway. Thanks again.