Ocean's 8 (DVD)

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Debbie Ocean gathers an all-female crew to attempt an impossible heist at New York City's yearly Met Gala.

Five years, eight months, 12 days...and counting. That’s how long Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock)—just released from prison—has been concocting the greatest heist of her storied career.

She knows what it’s going to take—a team of the best in their field, starting with her former partner-in-crime Lou (Cate Blanchett). Together, they recruit a crew of specialists: jeweler Amita (Mindy Kaling), street con Constance (Awkwafina), expert fence Tammy (Sarah Paulson), hacker Nine Ball (Rihanna) and fashion designer Rose Weil (Helena Bonham Carter).

The target is $150 million in diamonds—diamonds that will adorn the neck of worldfamous actress Daphne Kluger (Anne Hathaway), who will be center stage at the event of the year, the Met Gala. Their plan appears rock solid, but it will need to be flawless if the team is to get in and get away—all in plain sight.

Product Details

Movies & TV
28 Sep 2018
Region 2
English SDH
Subtitle 2
Subtitle 3
Sound Format
5.1 Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio
Warner Bros. Pictures
  • A heist in heels
110 min
Age Restriction
13 IAT L
Supply Source
South Africa


Ocean's 8
Release Year
Running Time
110 min
Working Title
Untitled Ocean's Eleven Reboot
Action/Adventure / Action / Crime / Thriller / Women
Official Website
Rotten Tomatoes®
In this genderbent take on Ocean's 11, Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock), brother of Danny, is released from prison after five years and immediately assembles an all-female crew with her best friend Lou (Cate Blanchett) to stage their greatest heist: stealing a $150 million necklace off the neck of actress Daphne Kluger (Anne Hathaway) at the Met Gala. Ocean must corral a jeweler (Mindy Kaling), a fashion designer (Helena Bonham Carter), a con artist (Awkwafina), a fence (Sarah Paulson) and a hacker (Rihanna) to pull off the job. Directed by Gary Ross. Richard Armitage and James Corden co-star.
Poster for Ocean's 8
Cast & Crew
Gary Ross
Sandra Bullock / Cate Blanchett / Helena Bonham-Carter / Anne Hathaway / Mindy Kaling / Sarah Paulson / Rihanna
Nathanya Alexander / Whit Anderson / Richard Armitage / Elizabeth Ashley / Linda Atkinson / Awkwafina / Asher Bailey / Edward Barsamian / Christopher Batyr / James Biberi / Alexander Blaise / Kevin Brown / Soraya Butler / Francesca Calo / Clark Carmichael / Brian J. Carter / James Corden / Talia Cuomo / Freddy J. Davila / Alexandre DeBetak / Conor Donovan / Griffin Dunne / Dakota Fanning / Simon Feil / Gemma Forbes / Midori Francis / Shannon Freyer / Michael Gandolfini / David Gibson / Gideon Glick / Sas Goldberg / Deidre Goodwin / Elliott Gould / Migs Govea / Natasha Harper / Steven Hauck / James Hindman / Katherine Hozier-Adams / Grant Hyun / Dana Ivey / Suzanne Jaehne / Bianca Laverne Jones / Naheed Khan / Jimmy Kieffer / Eaddy Kiernan / Charlotte Kirk / Jill Marie Lawrence / Nancy Lemenager / David Little / Robert G. Mckay / Catlin Mehner / Charles Prendergast / Daniella Rabbani / Richard Robichaux / McNally Sagal / Tatiana W. Spottiswoode / Will Stephen / Marlo Thomas / Craig Waletzko / Whitney White / Brian Anthony Wilson / Mary Louise Wilson / Daniel M. Wong / Timothy Woods / Liana Wright-Mark / Doug Yasuda / Damian Young
Olivia Milch / Gary Ross
Daniel Pemberton
Director of Photography
Eigil Bryld
Gary Ross
Assistant Director
Murphy Occhino / John R. Saunders / Julian Wall
Sound Re-Recording
Paul Hsu
Stunt Coordinator
G.A. Aguilar
Set Decorator
Susan Bode / Rena DeAngelo / Sandy Lindstedt / Alyssa Winter
Natalie Young
Post-Production Supervisor
Brad Rohrer
Music Director
Gabe Hilfer / Devoe Yates
Visual Effects Designer
Gloss VFX / Mr. X Gotham / Shade VFX / The Artery
Production Manager/UPM
Michael Pitt / Ray Quinlan / Charles Zalben
Special Effects Supervisor
Jeff Brink
Supervising Art Director
Chris Shriver
Movie Critics
Chicago Sun-Times
"[T]he spectacularly gifted and enormously likable cast has the firepower and charisma to match the testosterone-fueled ensembles of those earlier films..."
Richard Roeper (6 Jun 2018, )
3 stars out of 5 -- "It’s a breezy, enjoyable 110 minutes....Bullock makes a believable hardened criminal without shedding her inherent likeability."
Ian Freer (6 Jun 2018, )
Entertainment Weekly
"OCEAN'S 8 girls-just-wanna-have-grand-larceny conceit is the kind of starry, high-gloss goof the summer movie season was made for..." -- Grade: B
Leah Greenblatt (6 Jun 2018, )
Hollywood Reporter
"The funniest standout by virtue of her homegirl insouciance and wiry physicality is Awkwafina as nimble-fingered Queens street hustler and pickpocket extraordinaire Constance."
David Rooney (5 Jun 2018, )
New York Times
"Ms. Blanchett keeps her performance low-key and cool, wrapping her character in just enough mystery to keep you transfixed."
Manohla Dargis (5 Jun 2018, )
3 stars out of 4 -- "Slickly paced and radiating sexy glamour, OCEAN'S 8 moves with the swagger of a supermodel prancing down the runway."
Christy Lemire (8 Jun 2018, )
Rolling Stone
3 stars out of 4 -- "OCEAN'S 8 is a heist caper that looks gorgeous, keeps the twists coming and bounces along on a comic rhythm that's impossible to resist."
Peter Travers (6 Jun 2018, )
The Atlantic
"As heists go, it’s a moderately ingenious idea, and for the most part the movie floats along amiably on the tide of its stars’ charisma..."
Christopher Orr (8 Jun 2018, )
"Sandra Bullock strides through this movie with the debauched insolence of a hungry criminal who has elevated thievery into an ideology."
Owen Gleiberman (5 Jun 2018, )
Washington Post
"Special praise is reserved for Bonham Carter, who delivers a charming dollop of her trademark clownishness, and Awkwafina, a rapper, comedian and actress who injects a refreshing dash of street culture to a cast and story line that leans heavily on haute couture."
(5 Jun 2018, )

Customer Reviews

PopBoxZA Review: Ocean's 8

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When I first saw the trailer for Ocean’s 8 it immediately piqued my interest. Why? Because, sadly, besides the contentiously shredded all female Ghostbusters flick I hadn’t seen anything like it over the last few decades, if ever. For arguably the first time ever a star-studded cast of women had been rounded up to stand at the helm of a super-slick heist film with no name title male star anywhere in site.

Don’t be mistaken though Ocean’s 8 is not a chick flick. In fact, amid the cast of Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Sarah Paulson and co, who in combination sport a plethora of Oscars, Emmys, and Golden Globes, there is a shrewdly crafted plot smart enough to entice any audience member.

It’s slick and sophisticated and as stylish as you hope it is. Deeper than the glossy shots of the Met Gala and the entertainment of the film’s plot there is Anne Hathaway’s Daphne Kluger and her takedown of extravagant and pompous celebrity culture.


Combined the cast creates a sort of charm that deserves to be explored further. Refreshingly, there’s no need to try to decipher who delivered the better performance as all the characters are treated equally and all the actors are given equal screen time.

Imagine that.

Logically, and from a place of 100% bias, any story could always do with more screen time for the marvelous Sarah Paulson. But objectively each actors’ contribution is not only perfectly weighted but also equally important to pulling the whole thing off.

There will be those who look for similarities in comparison to the George Clooney-Brad Pitt led Ocean’s films. But Ocean’s 8 is intuitively charming and entertaining enough for audiences to realize and agree that the torch has been passed.

Ocean’s 8 is not a film that will change your life. But it is, vitally, a film that will begin to change the conversation and assumption of what audiences want to see on the big screen and elsewhere. Beyond that this cast seems like a heck of a lot of fun to hang out with and I’d happily do so for a number of sequels.