Ben Campbell is a young, highly intelligent, student at M.I.T. in Boston who strives to succeed. Wanting a scholarship to transfer to Harvard School of Medicine with the desire to become a doctor, Ben learns that he cannot afford the $300,000 for the four to five years of schooling as he comes from a poor, working-class background. But one evening, Ben is introduced by his unorthodox math professor Micky Rosa into a small but secretive club of five. Students Jill, Choi, Kianna, and Fisher, who are being trained by Professor Rosa of the skill of card counting at blackjack.

The film is about six MIT students who were trained to become experts in card counting and subsequently took Vegas casinos for millions in winnings. Seduced by the money, the Vegas lifestyle, and by his smart and sexy teammate, one of them begins to push the limits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


21 torrent reviews

Rinki H (es) wrote: I loved this movie. I mean, I love Hayao Miyazaki, but I tend to feel like his endings are quite abrupt or not all that. But this movie was better and I like the story, well made.

Khaled M (es) wrote: Small Picture : Molestation Movie. Big Picture : Movie about love, lost innocence and redemption. Great work by Almodovar, and one of Gael Garcia Bernal's best performance.

K Nife C (nl) wrote: Pretty damn good satire, if I do say so myself. I didn't live anywhere near the 60's, but I can safely say that Iron Man's dad pushed quite a few buttons back in the day. As dastardly satires go, this knocked quite a few humorous conventions out of the way. Fake (so screwed up they should be real) advertisements interspersed throughout the narrative? Complete racial and gender role reversals to demonstrate double standards? It is farce at it's furthest extent, and well worth a watch. And many modern comedies could take a few cues from this film and ditch the hackneyed pop-culture references.

Tanvir K (au) wrote: Watching it on SunTV on a lazy Sunday evening. Enjoying every beat of it!

Jason C (us) wrote: Musicals are a serious hard sell but Jon Carney movies are the exception. He really knows how to make a story that is honest and has heart wrapped in song. Also helps that the songs are very good as well. This is almost as good as Once...almost.