Acts like a warning against gambling addiction, this movie does. It's not as grand or as exciting as the previews might have you believe, but this is a good thing to me, focussing on character relationships over heroes vs villains. Al Pacino is good playing the same thing he always plays: a loudmouth smart-alec. The dialogue is snappy and fun, which helps him out tremendously. In the end, it feels like a cross between Jerry Maguire and Boiler Room, but it served its purpose.
|8/10||newscott13@ - 403 reviews|
13.10.2005 - age: 26-35
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