Ocean's 8

Ocean's 8
Ocean's 8




110 minutes


Comedy, Crime



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An all-star female cast leads this spin-off of Steven Soderbergh’s humorous heist trilogy. Debbie, the sister of the notorious Danny Ocean, spends her time in prison planning her next heist. Once out she joins her partner-in-crime Lou, together recruiting a dynamic group of seven skilled criminals who are tired of their regular lives. The plan is to steal a 150 million dollar necklace from Daphne, a dim-witted actress, at New York's prestigious Met Gala, and blame the deed on Debbie’s ex-boyfriend who betrayed her and exposed her to the police. The film flips the script on a traditionally male-dominated genre, with the clique’s wit driving the action as the seemingly impossible heist unfolds.

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Infrequent strong language, drug misuse, sex references.

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