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23.976 fps
English 2.0  
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0 min
IMDB Rating:
2.7 / 10 
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Directors: Bill Cooper [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Danny Bishop is a gambling prodigy. After exiling himself to prison, he returns to his brothers home only to find himself back in the game because of a large debt for his protection in prison. He cons a group of high stakes gamblers, including his vicious rival, Alex, to a tournament. The story is a delicate balance between the tension of the game and the strained relationship with his brother.


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Under my expectation

A movie with poker theme, so I think it would be interesting, like watching WSOP tournament, but the poker itself only maybe around 20 percent of the movie. The poker tournament is not like a poker tournament in this movie.If you hope to watch a poker movie like watching WSOP tournament, don't watch this movie. The dramatic scene it too much compared to the poker scene.

Worst movie in the history of movies, maybe ever!

I made a user profile, just to warn you about this movie. I almost poked my eyes out during the movie, and after I wanted to jump in front of a train og drink lava to ease my internal pain.

Not good

This movie reminds me if Quentin Tarantino decided to make a movie as bad as possible. Writing was trash, acting was even worse.

Story is not good. Exposition is thrown in everywhere in awkward, clunky ways. I enjoy 90% of movies I watch, and this definitely falls into the latter. I can't think of a single redeeming quality of this movie. Not one. Do not watch it.
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