If you are a fan of any of the actors in this film, it is
worth seeing and you will feel you didn’t lose a cent.
Expect a stylish movie. For example, when super and beautiful detective, Catherine
Zeta-Jones, is dressed for the fashion-runway in very high heels, that’s
the movie’s style. When
Brad Pitt’s clothes have a slick shine, it is exemplary to the movie’s
style. When Andy Garcia is now given a fancy walking stick, he
becomes more “stylish” rather than the intense boss that he was in the
first film. When George
Clooney is told he is 48 or 52 years old from the neck up, that’s in
keeping with the movie’s “look good” style. Julia Roberts playing herself—would she really dress that way to
go see a fancy egg?—again the movie’s style. Matt Damon—his obvious talent as shown in The Talented Mr.
Ripley—does a good job of portraying his more “rookie-thief”
self. Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac, the rest of the cast,
and even Bruce Willis' cameo make this an enjoyable film. Lastly, the scene where the Frenchman is “yoga-ing” through the
lasers is very stylish.
the soundtrack is very good and is worth buying.