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    Ocean’s Eleven Path-goal Theory In "Ocean’s Eleven" Steven Soderbergh did a great job as a director in keeping the audience interested throughout the whole movie time. Path-goal theory of leader effectiveness can be easily applied to the movie. The path-goal theory by Robert House holds that the leader can affect group’s performance, satisfaction and motivation by offering rewards for achieving goals, clarifying paths towards these goals and removing obstacles to performance. After being released

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    Final Review Ocean’s Eleven is an American heist film (first of the trilogy) and a remake of the 1960 version which features an ensemble cast of George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Andy Garcia and Julia Roberts. For the most part there are three elements to a heist film: Assembling the crew and setting up the scheme, the break in and looting, and then the escape. Ocean’s Eleven covers all of those elements plus more. The plot of the film wasn’t just about robbing the casinos for money for the

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    Investigating How Genre and Narrative are Established in Ocean's Eleven and The Bone Collector In order to examine how genre and narrative is established in two crime films, we conducted a close textual analysis of Ocean’s Eleven and The Bone Collector to find out the main conventions. The main conventions of the crime genre are law enforcers, criminals and action sequence. There are also other signifers such as criminals and etc. You can find typical iconography in the crime genre; the most

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    Leadership In "Ocean’s Eleven" Steven Soderbergh made an incredible showing as an executive in keeping the crowd intrigued all around the entire motion picture time. Way objective hypothesis of pioneer adequacy might be effectively connected to the motion picture. The way objective hypothesis by Robert House states that the pioneer can influence bunch's execution, fulfillment and inspiration by offering prizes for accomplishing objectives, clearing up ways towards these objectives and evacuating

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    will like at least one to watch the film. In Ocean’s Eleven’s title sequence we learn that George Clooney is the main character as is Brad Pitt but we also learn that this is a crime film as it opens to a prison cell. The Bone Collector was more successful in making use of most obvious signifiers and conventions as it clearly conveys them: the crime scene; the police uniform; the murders and so much more. I personally enjoyed Ocean’s Eleven because it humoured me and the variety of stars

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    only one sub genre in crime such as heist, juvenile delinquent, gangsters and detective. The first film I am analysing is Oceans Eleven, it was released was in the year 2001, the genres in this film was Comedy/ Thriller/ Crime, there were many other films released at the same time as Ocean’s Eleven one of them was Jeepers Creepers. The director for Oceans Eleven was Stephen Soferbergh and the studio was Warner Home Video. The main stars in this film is George Clooney and Brad Pitt, these stars

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    If you hear the name Brad Pitt, your mind probably immediately goes straight to either one of two things: that hot guy from Oceans 11 or the whole Jennifer Aniston/Angelina Jolie scandal. All sarcasm aside, Brad Pitt is one of the sexiest men alive and has a way with the ladies, but he also is a man with a generous heart. In 2007, just months after hurricane Katrina had made its way through New Orleans and left the state of Louisiana in complete ruins, Brad Pitt traveled out of his comfortable Hollywood

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    Ocean’s Eleven is a story about a plan by Daniel Ocean, a convicted thief, to get revenge on Terry Benedict, a casino owner who has stolen his wife Tess away from him and to get his wife back. In this story, Danny gets his revenge and gets his wife back by robbing three casinos and bargaining with Terry to win back Tess. This film is a remake of an earlier Ocean’s Eleven starring Frank Sinatra and many members of the “Rat Pack”, a group of singers, comedians and entertainers who often played together

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    shape boys but everyday society. Violence seems to be a normal everyday thing that happens all around us and it's a normal masculinity for men. This video enlightened me to rethink my own participation in masculinity. Ocean's Eleven I picked the movie Ocean's Eleven, this film was one of my favourites growing up I looked up to these stars and I felt like they were what a real man should be like. It's about a group of con's and ex-cons who work together for a big heist to rob 150 million dollars

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    you that my film is extremely satisfying not only for any crime enthusiast but also for any other enthusiast. You have heard today many claims for the quintessential crime film. The movie that I have chosen is Steven Soderbergh directed film, Ocean’s Eleven. Even though it was released 13 years ago, the movie has all the elements of the genre that are fundamental for success. There is a group of skillful people, perspective is from the criminal’s point of view instead of the good guy, a crime that

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