Danny Ocean reunites with his old flame and the rest of his merry band of thieves in a caper concerning three huge heists in Rome, Paris and Amsterdam. But Europol agent Isabel Lahiri is hot on their heels.
Andrew Sarris Hits a new low in condescending facetiousness, with no fewer than 15 performers of varying talents, tongues firmly in cheeks, undercutting all the genre's action conventions while camping up a storm on two continents.
Ella Taylor May be one of the most glamorous, goofy and heartfelt films about failure ever made.
Stephanie Zacharek It does the hard work of being a light, smartly turned-out amusement, the sort of thing that's becoming more and more rare on the movie landscape these days.
Desson Thomson In this sprawling oglefest, such things as 'narrative' and 'story' are remote little abstractions indeed.
Stephen Hunter The whole thing is a piffle of fluff or a fluff of piffle. About halfway through you'll get an incredible hunger to see a movie.
David Edelstein If a caper comedy can't sustain a narrative line, all the goofy set-pieces in the world will come to naught.
Paul Clinton (CNN.com) A fun-filled, mind-twisting romp featuring a cast that obviously had just as much fun making the film as the audience does watching it.
Todd McCarthy It's the most high-end junk food imaginable, completely unnourishing and forgettable afterward, but delicious and all but impossible not to enjoy while it's in front of you.
Kirk Honeycutt Instead of audiences feeling a part of a nifty conspiracy to pull off an audacious robbery, viewers are left largely in the dark as Soderbergh & Co. conspire to trick them with sleight of hand and misdirection.
Richard Roeper The film itself is like a glossy European fashion magazine come to life, with beautiful location shots, stylish direction from Steve Soderbergh and comfortable, winking performances.
Dennis Lim The movie noisily conveys the messy joy of its making, and insists that you have a good time as well.