Esha Deol and Kareena Kapoor were originally considered for the lead role which eventually went to Neetu Chandra. Lead actress Neetu Chandra made her Tamil debut with Yaavarum Nalam. She has starred in successful Hindi films like Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! and Traffic Signal. Playback Singer Chinmayi dubbed for Neetu Chandra in this movie. Lead actor Madhavan and cinematographer P. C. Sreeram had previously worked together on the hit movie Alaipayuthey. Veteran Bengali actor Dhritiman Chatterjee made his Tamil cinema debut in Yaavarum Nalam, but Tamil was not a new language for him, as he is a resident of Chennai. He played the same role in the Hindi version of the film. Veteran Marathi actor Sachin Khedekar, who made his debut in Tamil cinema with Yaavarum Nalam, took great effort in learning his lines. A voice CD was sent to him with his lines readout so that he would get familiar with the Tamil dialogue. He plays the same character in the Hindi version as well.
Parents need to know that Morbius is a comic book movie based on a Marvel Comics character who first appeared as a Spider-Man villain. It takes place in the same universe as Venom and Venom: Let There Be Carnage, and, like those films, is rather flat and uninspired. Violence can be intense and includes monsters biting, slashing with claws, and fighting. Characters are killed, blood is shown, and there's gun use. Bullying kids try to beat up a young boy: They kick him, and he hits one of them in the head with his crutch. A woman who's shoved hits her head and is knocked unconscious. Language includes a few uses of "s--t." People kiss, and shirtless males are seen. Social/background drinking is shown: Adults sip martinis and drink shots in a bar. Characters also use hypodermic needles to inject a secret formula.
The first four films in the Ocean's Eleven franchise revolve around a charming and skilled their, Danny Ocean. In the 1960 movie Danny was played by Frank Sinatra, with former ER star George Clooney picking up the role in Soderbergh's three films from 2001-2007. Both Ocean's Eleven movies were set in Las Vegas, as was the 2007 sequel Ocean's Thirteen) and see Danny Ocean pulling together a talented crew of misfits to steal millions from casinos. The Ocean's movies are reliably fun romps about charming characters pulling off impossible feats and getting one over on a villain who deserves it.
He may not be in it, but Debbie's story runs in lockstep with her big brother's scheme. Like Danny, Debbie is running a side hustle, only instead of reuniting with her ex, she wants him sent to prison. As Debbie, Bullock attempts to replicate George Clooney's brains and bemused charm but the film's fatal flaw is that there's essentially no villain and Ocean's 8's heist goes off without a hitch (with help from a couple of cameos from Danny's old buddies). The film lacks tension and stakes since Debbie and her crew are never in jeopardy, which illustrates just how important the Terry Benedict villain character was to Ocean's Eleven. What's more, Ocean's 8 kills Danny Ocean off-screen, seemingly ending the chances of any continuation of his own Ocean's movies. Met with so-so reviews and a modest $297-million worldwide gross, Ocean's 8 hasn't warranted a sequel, halting the female-led resurrection of the Ocean's franchise.
Despite the complexity and sheer ludicrousness of Danny's heist, the audience is never left out of the gambit and every step, challenge, and roadblock Ocean's Eleven encounters (which Danny anticipated) is comprehensible and a thrill to see Ocean's crew overcome. As Danny Ocean, Clooney has never been cooler and he's supported by Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, the late Bernie Mac, and Julia Roberts, all of whom match Clooney's sheer movie star wattage. Also vital to the story is Andy Garcia's Terry Benedict, who is a fearsome villain that fans root for Danny Ocean to beat. Ocean's Eleven was a smash hit that grossed $450-million worldwide and it's the high-roller standard that the rest of the Ocean's franchise and other heist movies that followed it have been unable to equal.
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