A documentary focusing on why one of America's oldest games has had a renaissance in the past few years and why, for so many, poker is the way to chase the American Dream. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
All In: The Poker Movie
A documentary focusing on why one of America's oldest games has had a renaissance in the past few years and why, for so many, poker is the way to chase the American Dream.
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Saulus (ag) wrote: genre drama, hope there is sequel
Leroy B (de) wrote: I am going to be able to get a chance to watch the movie
intuciic (de) wrote: very nice movie with many lessons in it!
Kaleb R (ru) wrote: Slow at points, but has an ensemble of skilled actors acting in that Jay and Silent Bob sort of way
Laura L (mx) wrote: David Byrne's a genius.
Matthew M (br) wrote: Molly ringwald has probably one of the most annoying performances to date. I liked her in the other movies I have seen her in but man its pretty ridiculous. The other aspects of the film include michael ironside strapped up and ernie hudson. I am not familiar with Peter Strauss but he is the masculine type hero. the best part of the film is the different parts of the world they explore and all the special effects that are involved with them.
Joan O (es) wrote: bad movie and you can see Dorothy Stratten did her very best
Evan H (br) wrote: It has a Monty Python feel to it. It's zany and over-the-top but has no real plot line. It's totally hippie like and funny only at brief moments. Peter Sellers and Ringo Starr make this movie watchable.
Josh H (gb) wrote: Though not the best of the early Bonds, Dr. No, the franchise's maiden voyage, still feels the most fresh. Connery is male virility personified. His charisma is so unmistakable that, more than 50 years of social progress later, we somehow forgive his brutish misogyny. It's all terrible of course, but you can't say man doesn't make it look good. Though something of a ground zero for action movies as we know them, Dr. No's pacing may not translate too well for today's viewers. There is definitely an adjustment for historical period, and in more ways than one. Besides the sexism, we have the superstitious quasi-subjects of Britain's diminished imperialism, and the idea that casting a white Jewish guy as an Asian villain makes sense. Through all that, Dr. No still stands as sleek, brutal entertainment. Joseph Wiseman is ice cold pleasure as the prototypical Bond super villain. Ursula Andress's Honey Ryder does a better job at showing the dangerous self-sufficiency behind her character's beach bimbo exterior than she is normally given credit for. And Jack Lord, weird sunglasses and all, is the series's best Felix. There were better-paced, more exciting Bond movies to come, but Dr. No still holds up the mango tree.
Paul D (ru) wrote: A downbeat biography, but one that's very revealing, and dispels a lot of myths about what you think you may know about this person.
Jake W (kr) wrote: Not the worst story ever, but lacking in a number of fields.
Christopher S (kr) wrote: I just love feel good movies.
Daniel R (us) wrote: Rating: 9.25/10Exquisite cinematography and choreography are the highlights in this epic, martial arts masterpiece. While perhaps not on the same level as Zhang Yimou's Hero, it is no less a breathtaking film.