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Edgar Buchanan. Kathleen Freeman. Joan Freeman. His mentor Joey Knish John Turturro offers to stake him to rebuild his bankroll but Mike declines, and instead accepts a part-time job to make ends meet.
Several months pass and Mike stays true to his promise until his childhood friend Lester "Worm" Murphy Edward Norton is released from prison. While Mike is an honest player, Worm is a hustler and unapologetic cheat.
To help Worm pay off a debt, Mike sets him up with games across town, and reluctantly sits in on a game, interfering with his studies and his relationship with Jo.
As Mike returns to his poker lifestyle and friends, Jo ends their relationship. Mike proposes to Grama that Worm pay weekly installments; Grama considers the offer but also mocks Worm for his inability to pay him.
Mike decides to help Worm win the money by playing in several games in and around the city. The officers catch Worm base-dealing to help Mike; they are beaten up and relieved of their entire bankroll.
Worm finally confesses that Grama is working for KGB. With their lives in danger, Worm decides to flee, but Mike returns to the city, cutting ties with Worm.
Mike asks Grama for more time, to no avail. Mike asks Knish for the money but is refused out of principle.
During the conversation with Knish, Mike reveals his motivation for taking the ill-fated risk at KGB's club and why he thinks he can compete and possibly win the World Series of Poker.
He even quotes Worm saying that Knish "sees all the angles but doesn't have the stones to play any" after Knish had already refused to help financially.
Mike changes his mind and decides to continue playing. Mike doubles the blinds at the risk of losing everything to KGB again, and possibly his life.
Irate at the missed chance to win it all, KGB begins to play on "tilt". Mike: You're right that the ace didn't help me. Teddy KGB: [throwing cards and chips] Motherfucker!
That is it! Grama: That's it? What the fuck you talkin' about, "that's it"? Take him out, Teddy! Teddy KGB: Nyet!
No more! No, not tonight! This son of bitch, all night he check, check, check! He trapped me! Mike: Well, you feelin' satisfied now, Teddy?
Teddy KGB: Nyet, nyet. He beat me. Straight up. Pay him. Pay that man his money. Mike: [narrating] People insist on calling it luck.
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Forgot your password? Retrieve it. TV Shows. A little drunk on its own arcane exotica as a gambling movie, Rounders is a film that takes us inside a world of high-stakes card players but falls short on such essentials as character development, relationships, that sort of thing.
Still, it is a real curiosity, written by a couple of guys David Levien and Brian Koppelman who appear to know something about the dark underbelly of card hustling for fun and profit.
Matt Damon stars as a reluctant law student who can't put aside his subterranean career of playing poker and blackjack for big money.
After he loses his post-grad nest egg to a weird Russian kingpin John Malkovich --and also loses his disgusted girlfriend Gretchen Mol in the process--Damon's character turns to an unreliable old buddy Edward Norton for a dangerous game of sharking wherever there happens to be a game underway: frat boys, cops, bad dudes, you name it.
Norton appears to be living out every young actor's fantasy of re-creating Robert De Niro's prototypical head case in Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets, and while his performance is burdened by obvious quotation marks, his estimable talent still shines through.
Damon's charm and intelligence bring some oomph to the curiously flat proceedings, and while his hushed, soul-bearing scenes with Martin Landau as a law professor who takes a shine to the kid seem gratuitous, they're still nice to watch.
Behind all this is director John Dahl Red Rock West , who is not exactly at the top of his game here but who brings his distinctive toughness to the crime-noir tone.
Director s : Burt Kennedy. IMDB: 7. Professor Petrovsky: We can't run from ourselves, our destiny chooses us. Teddy KGB: If you don't have my money then you are mine.
Mike McDermott: We can't run from who we are. Worm: Whoa, Jesus, what happened? My old man just walked in.
Mike McDermott: I'll be really quick. You won't feel a thing. Professor Petrovsky: What choice? Worm: She's really got him by the balls.
Petra: That's not so bad, is it? Worm: It depends on the grip! Worm: You know what always cheers me up? Mike McDermott: No, what's that? Worm: Don't tease me.
Mike McDermott: Let's play some cards. Worm: Yes! Teddy KGB: Lays down a monster. What saying? Worm: I-I don't know. There ought to be one though. Mike McDermott: You can't lose what you don't put in the middle.
If you are a fan of poker, you will likely love this film's portrayal of the poker world. Richard Propes. John Dahl's film is not as sinister or complex as its cinematic cousin, House of Games, but it is fun to see these young Hollywood studs Damon, Edward Norton, Gretchen Mol strut their stuff.
Dan Jardine. Although featuring a splendid Edward Norton performance, 'Rounders' comes across as too unbelievable, often straying beyond the bounds of rationality.
Betty Jo Tucker. John Dahl creates an intelligent and character-driven crime-drama built around solid performances by Damon and Norton. Jon Fortgang.
This ode to the allure of clipping suckers and psyching out the competition is richly atmospheric but thin in the character department.
Maitland McDonagh. 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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