The Oceans crew is back – and they’re at their best when they’re bouncing off of each other. These guys have the best onscreen chemistry for a group of men to come around in a long time. It’s really like they’re being themselves – and sometimes it’s hard to delineate between the actor and the character, they’re so easy and charming in their roles. In this story, they’re out for revenge against casino boss Al Pacino – and his sidekick Ellen Barkin. George Clooney rallies his troups, and they all fall into their familiar places. How they do what they do requires a lot of exposition, but that’s ok delivered in the melodious tones of the Clooney baritone. There are a lot of little “inside” moments – like George crying during an Oprah episode, and telling Brad Pitt he needs to settle down, “have some kids.” It’s fun to watch, an entertaining night out. No rocket science here, no big messages. It’s like Vegas, the city the crew calls home; not a lot of substance, but they put on a good show.