How big of a fan are you of the Ocean’s films? Because we are quite eager to rewatch Ocean’s 11, Ocean’s 12, and Ocean’s 13 over on Netflix and we thought you might want to do that too.
Ocean’s is a collection of heist films that were produced by Steven Soderbergh. The films featured George Clooney, Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, Andy Garcia, Julia Roberts, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Al Pacino, and many other names that will surely capture your attention. The series was inspired by a 1960s heist film that features Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop, Dean Martin, and Peter Lawford.
The first film, Ocean’s 11, was released back in 2001, Ocean’s 12 came out in 2004, while the last one from the series, Ocean’s 13, was released in 2007. All free films had quite a bit of success back in the day, and they remain classics that we return to every now and then. A few years back, a spin-off was released, Ocean’s 8, featuring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Awkwafina, and Sarah Paulson.
Are the Ocean’s films on Netflix?
If you know where to look, you’re going to find all the Ocean’s films over on Netflix. Of course, the platform features individual libraries for each country Netflix is available in, so you may not get to see it on your very own local Netflix. However, you will be able to find it in other countries, and, as long as you have a Netflix account, you’ll be able to enjoy it with a few extra steps.
For instance, we were able to find Ocean’s 11, Ocean’s 12, and Ocean’s 13 in the United Kingdom. We also find that Ocean’s 12 and Ocean’s 13 are present in the United States and Canada, as well. However, this means that you won’t get to binge on the whole series in one go.
Can I watch the Ocean’s Trilogy from another country code?
We already mentioned that watching Netflix from a different country is actually possible, but you do need a little bit of help to do that. More specifically, you need to use a VPN and change your IP address, so you appear to be in a country of your choice. For our purpose, it’s better off if you appear to be in the United Kingdom so you can enjoy all the free films from the series.
Using a VPN can be useful for many reasons, including for security purposes, as they enable you to encrypt your internet connection, that’s making you untraceable. Whatever your location, whether we’re talking about Australia or some other country, you can use a VPN, pick a server in the United Kingdom, and the site will believe you are there.
When it comes to VPNs, we recommend the ones that performed the best during our tests, which is ExpressVPN. The platform features thousands of servers in pretty much all corners of the world and comes with some great privacy features thanks to the encryption protocols they make use of.
Here’s how you can cross the border and watch Netflix from any country:
- First, you need to subscribe to ExpressVPN, which is something that can take a few minutes. You’ll even get to enjoy three months for free when setting up an account, so grab that deal as soon as you can.
- Then you have to get to the right apps for your device and figure out your account settings. Pick a server in the United Kingdom and connect to it.
- Once that’s done, you simply have to reload the Netflix page or relaunch the app on your device.
See! It’s not that difficult!
Will Netflix know that I’m using a VPN?
Netflix might very well figure out that you do have a running VPN. A few years back, they introduced VPN detection software that enables them to figure out who was using such tools to circumvent their blockade. You see, Netflix runs in so many countries, with pretty much the same subscription fees, but it does not feature the same content everywhere, which can be extremely frustrating for those who want to watch various movies and shows that are not locally available.
In order to bypass Netflix’s blockade, they used VPNs. That’s when Netflix decided to block them so they could no longer make use of this feature. However, if you use the right tools, you can absolutely watch content from any corner of the world.
We’ve had a pretty good run with ExpressVPN and haven’t had any issues in watching anything on Netflix. However, others have encountered such problems so we have an easy fix to this issue – contacting the customer support team. Once you explain your situation, the folks at ExpressVPN will eagerly help you find a server that works with your desired platform.
Can’t I use a free VPN?
We know that subscribing to ExpressVPN will cost you some money, but we promise that it’s something that’s absolutely worth doing. You see, there are free VPNs that you can find online that are quite dangerous to use for multiple reasons.
One of the problems we’ve often seen is that they carry various malware. This, of course, resulted in then getting pulled from the App Stores. The malware could collect your private information, including credentials for various platforms, steal your banking details, or your employer’s login details. Therefore, you could get hacked, your employer could suffer a data breach, or your banking account could get wiped out. Also, identity theft is a strong possibility as well.
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There are also actual, real, VPNs that are free to use, but they aren’t often as good as you hope they are. Free VPNs have few servers at their disposal but they have loads of users, which results in overcrowded servers. What this means to you is that you will barely get to load any type of video and it will certainly be low-quality when you do manage to watch something. Therefore, this isn’t exactly the best way that you can stream the Ocean’s trilogy.
There are also other VPNs that will use your own device as a server of sorts for other people and this can result in better speeds for you on the one hand, but in a device that will run a lot slower. We also think it’s best to avoid this method too.
What it all boils down to is that it’s always better to use a premium tool, even if we’ve all become accustomed to free software that we find online. Ultimately it may not be worth it to risk your security, your safety, or your devices.
We hope that you’ll have loads of fun binging on the Ocean’s trilogy and you’ll get to enjoy these films that were launched nearly two decades ago.
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