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.
- Gary Ross
- Gary Ross
- Olivia Milch
- George Clayton Johnson
Our Rating: 4/10
Contributed By: JT
Tagline: Every con has its pros
- Country: US
- Language: English
- Runtime: 111
- Budget: $70,000,000
- Revenue: $297,718,711
So, how does the movie end??
The big heist goes a little like this:
The team spike Daphne Kluger (Anne Hathaway)'s meal making her violently sick. While she is retching in the toilets, Constance uses a magnet to unlock the diamond necklace and take it off her neck, and then passes it Amita who starts picking the diamonds off.
Daphne leaves the bathroom, and everyone panics when they notice the necklace is missing. Before someone finds Amita, Tammy pulls the fake out from a water feature, and the panic is over for now.
James Cordon arrives on the scene as a fraud specialist when they notice the necklace is a fake. He scours through CCTV footage, and suspects Debbie, but she has an alibi for the timeframe the diamonds were stolen.
Later, the ladies all meet in the hideout, and are joined by Daphne, who says she's been suspicious for a while and wants in on the take.
They do the math, and work out that the cut isn't as expected - until Debbie and Lou explain the Plan B on the night. They brought in Yen, who helped them break into the gallery with the European jewels, and stole all the Royal crowns. They can each now enjoy a rake of $35million.
The ladies all spend their money differently - some open their own shop, one moves to Paris, Daphne becomes a film director.
As it ends, Debbie goes back to Danny's marble tomb ... we all wait for George Clooney to show up because it was obviously a ruse and there was no reason to kill him off ..... but no, turns out they did and he really is dead.