Rounders

The story tells about the talented poker player Mike McDermott and his childhood friend Lester 'Worm' Murphy. The story of the two friends begins when they turn to make a lot of money thanks to that exciting game. Perhaps each of them needs to earn enough money quickly to play poker to repay their multiple debts. It's a more realistic story that indicates about a person traveling from one city to another in search of high-risk cash games in order to get money.
Duration: 121 min
Quality: HD
Release: 1998
IMDb: 7.3
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ReelTalk Movie Reviews
October 29, 2011 Although featuring a splendid Edward Norton performance, 'Rounders' comes across as too unbelievable, often straying beyond the bounds of rationality.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
January 14, 2007 In his first non-noir film, John Dahl, assisted by the great French lenser Jean-Yves Escoffier, gives New York's underground gambling scene a vivid atmopshere, with special attention to its particular rituals and fast macho talk.
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Film4
March 25, 2008 John Dahl creates an intelligent and character-driven crime-drama built around solid performances by Damon and Norton.
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Chicago Reader
March 25, 2008 Gretchen Mol, Edward Norton, John Turturro, Martin Landau, and Famke Janssen costar; they're all pretty good, but not good enough to make this 1998 feature worth seeing.
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Washington Post
March 25, 2008 The wholesome pup's poker face alone, however, hardly accounts for the film's failure to thrill. Damon's character doesn't really have that much stake in the story's outcome.
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Time Out
June 24, 2006 The end result is still short of a winning hand, since the screenplay is so utterly predictable.
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TV Guide
March 25, 2008 This ode to the allure of clipping suckers and psyching out the competition is richly atmospheric but thin in the character department.
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Flavorwire
June 19, 2016 The most vivid and most enjoyable movies immerse us in a world, and show us how that world works. The screenplay by David Levien and Brian Koppelman does that; Dahl's direction closes the deal.
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