Pitt's pension for quirky was prevalent with his cameo in the surreal comic fantasy Being John Malkovich (1999), and carried over into his role as Tyler Durden, the mysterious and anti-materialistic soap salesman in David Fincher's controversial Fight Club the same year. The odd characterizations didn't let up with Pitt's appearance as audibly indecipherable pugilist in Guys Ritchie's eagerly anticipated follow up to Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch (2000), and he continued to accumulate eccentric points in the crime comedy The Mexican in 2001. It would appear that Pitt had hit his stride as an actor with a knack for oddball roles , and his affection for roles in caper films may be what led him to be cast in Steven Soderbergh's remake of the Rat-Pack classic Ocean's 11 (2001), the tale of a group of criminals who plot to rob a string of casinos. -- Rebecca Flint, All Movie Guide

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