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Ocean's 12 laser dance song

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Does anybody know what is the name of the song in the scene were the guy dances around the lasers in the museum?

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Does anybody know what is the name of the song in the scene were the guy dances around the lasers in the museum?

Th? ? la menthei> of Nikkfurie

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Th? ? la menthei> of Nikkfurie

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Thanks

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Thanks

Download here. Yes, it's free and legal.

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definitely the best scene in the movie

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Download here. Yes, it's free and legal.

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Sweet.. Downloading now :o)

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This was asked a while ago, don't know if it ever got answered.

I watched that thread like a hawk.

Glad it's finally posted :) Thanks!

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love that film its so amazing

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This was choreographed pretty good. (Y)

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love that film its so amazing

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The film in itself was fun, but a terrible sequel to Ocean's 11. It wasn't smooth, clever, or serious like the first film. The line between characters and actors were destroyed this time around.

Thnx for posting the information about the song though, it was a very well done scene and a great tune.

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cool song! I like it. I need to see the movie again to see this choreography. I don't remember it

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Everyone keeps raving about that song (which I admit is pretty good), but what about the ending song when they are on the train? I believe it's called "Rito A Los Angeles" by Giuseppe De Luca and Carlo Pes...can't find that anywhere.

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