Hotshot gambler Jake Green (Jason Statham) is long on bravado and seriously short of common sense. Rarely is he allowed in any casino because he's a bona fide winner and, in fact, has taken so much money over the years that he's the sole client of his accountant elder brother, Billy. Invited to a private game, Jake is in fear of losing his life.

The film follows gambler Jake Green as he enters into a game with potentially deadly consequences. Caught between a gun and a hard place, he finds himself protected by two vicious loan sharks who make him an offer he can't refuse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Phoebe C (nl) wrote: Plan B is so talented, he wrote this so perfectly, and it was very impactful.

Alecs M (au) wrote: Tena muchas ganas de verla, se vea divertidsima, esperaba identificarme con la protagonista (o con su suegra). En realidad s me entretuvo pero es ms equis que memorable.

elia h (us) wrote: Subtle, tightly strung with tension, longing, loneliness and all the sluice of emotions that might come alongside the experience of fitting momentarily into someone else's family life. Impressively acted, brilliantly directed; the only letdown the slightly slack final revelation- which has the effect of slowly letting the air out of a balloon; one that the rest of the film has primed for a bang!

Bill M (mx) wrote: Great horror comedy, and one of the best animal attack/creature feature's ever, the cast are really good too, unusually so for a horror movie, Brendan Gleeson, Bill Pullman, Bridget Fonda (where is she now?) and Oliver Platt all put in good turns as likable, well rounded, funny characters, thats the films other mig M.O. the script is really good, witty, sharp and clever, and the balance of tone superb, it can be at any point funny or tense/scary, as an added plus the crocodile effects are often fantastic, especially the great Stan Winston's impressive full size animatronic creature. Whats with all the bad rotten tomatoe ratings you bunch of assholes, hey?!

Alysia V (kr) wrote: At the time of watching this I actually did not know that it was based on a 1970 film called "Out-of-Towners" so I cannot compare it to it's original predecessor but, for what it was, I thought it was a fairly funny, entertaining comedy. Goldie Hawn and Steve Martin mesh well and though their continual mishaps are at times a little outrageous, they're also entertaining. I couldn't help but see a lot of the movie "Planes, Trains & Automobiles" in this, though I must say, I thought "Planes, Trains & Automobiles" was much better. It's a fun little film with plenty of laughs and a nice, sweet ending.

Scott I (ag) wrote: i wont lie, the fact its about United gave it an extra half-star-/star that it probably deserves

Steven L (de) wrote: Not too bad, but not up to par with the original.

jay n (ru) wrote: Dumb unbelievable disaster movie from the end of that cycle that inexplicably stars some of the biggest stars of the 70's. Everybody seems pretty disengaged and it's sad to see William Holden once so vital and charismatic a burnt out shell, alcoholic and rather haunted. The special effects are laughably bad and the whole thing moves at a snail's pace.

RJ M (us) wrote: Roger Moore was without a doubt the prissiest actor to ever play James Bond. Here he plays Rufus Excalibur Ffolkes, eccentric leader of an elit anti-terrorist group. A man that hates women, and enjoying doing needlepoint tapestries of cats. His team is called in to service when a group of terrorists holds a trio of offshore oil rigs for ransom against the British government. The group is led by Norman Bates himself, Anthony Perkins. So Ffolkes and his team are called in to thwart the terrorist plot before they can send all three rigs to the bottom of the ocean. This movie is a real guilty pleasure, but it's also extremely well made. The visual effect for its time are outstanding, in its rendering of the giant offshore oil rigs. The acting is uniformally sound, even with Moore being his quirky, and somewhat girly self. More of a tension drama than an action movie, the film does follow a somewhat formulatic plot that would be repeated ad nauseum in the wake of Die Hard. The lone man against the terrorists, that kind of thing. Roger Moore is not a tough guy, and in all honesty, he never tries to make Ffolkes a tough guy. But he's smarter than everybody else in the room, and he takes great pride in showing that he knows that. A very heavily slanted British movie, some of the things are lost on a Yank. Like the terrorists demands for "One thousand million dollars." Um...wouldn't that be one BILLION dollars? Oh well. It's a very entertaining action thriller starring one of the most famous wimps in action movie history. But that's the great thing about the 80's...anybody could save the world.

Christi P (it) wrote: Outstanding cast & superior material exploring the angst of the American family in the early 1960s in Cleveland, Ohio. Angela Lansbury, only 39 at the time, plays an overbearing mother of two very different sons. With Karl Malden, Warren Beatty, & Brandon deWilde.

Nic O (fr) wrote: One star for the theatrical version, but two (maybe even two and a half) for the producer's cut.

Ryan L (au) wrote: this was the worst movie I have ever seen my life would have been better if I never would have watch it I don't know how the hell this movie has a 2% lead on dr. strange