But I enjoyed this film at the theater. Very good movie in my opinion. Crooked cops, good cops. Good action sequences too. My two cents. Hope it helps. Take care. Kevin Spacey stellt in dem Glücksspielfilm 21 ein Blackjack-Team zusammen. Er hat die perfekte Formel entwickelt und will kräftig absahnen. Komplette Handlung. Basierend auf einer realen Geschichte entführt der Film seine Zuschauer in die Welt der Mathematikgenies, die sich beim Blackjack ganz und.
Jetzt auf Netflix: 21Basierend auf einer realen Geschichte entführt der Film seine Zuschauer in die Welt der Mathematikgenies, die sich beim Blackjack ganz und. 20 Userkritiken zum Film 21 von Robert Luketic mit Jim Sturgess, Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne - shaolintempleculturalfestival.com Komödie/Krimikomödie von Kevin Spacey/Dana Brunetti mit Kevin Spacey/Aaron Yoo/Liza Lapira. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray.
21 Movie Öne çıkan kanallar Video21: Movie Trailer The first time I saw 21 on video I really enjoyed it, and I didn't quite see all of the twists coming so I gave it a fairly decent rating (7/10). Coming back into it again on this re-watch on Blu-ray, I figured I'd be enjoying a clever little Vegas number that would entertain at the very least, because I remembered where the movie was shaolintempleculturalfestival.com: Thriller. 21 () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. The movie was used as a luxury prize for the contestants on the Big Brother () 9 in the US. They played a competition involving blackjack, and the winners got to see a special advance screening of the movie.
Edit page. Favorite film Crime. Share this page:. Clear your history. Cole Williams. Ellen Campbell. Bob Phillips. Planet Hollywood Dealer. Planet Hollywood Dealer Jeff as Jeffrey Ma.
Planet Hollywood Floor Manager as Frank Patton. Red Rock Dealer. Red Rock Doorman. Red Rock Host as Frankie De Angelo. Red Rock Valet.
Hard Rock Doorman. Philosophical Gambler as Christopher Holley. Russian's Girlfriend. Russian Mafioso.
Professor Hanes. Chinese Woman as Kieu-Chinh. Chinese Woman. Chemistry Review Girl as Sally Livingston. Chinatown Dealer.
Chinatown Host. Airport Screener. Drunk Dude as Greg Seymore. Club Goer uncredited. MIT Student uncredited. Harvard Medical Student uncredited. Weary Airport Traveler uncredited.
Diner Patron uncredited. Student uncredited. Mother at Robotics Competition uncredited. Strip Club Patron uncredited.
Robotics Guest uncredited. Upscale Gambler uncredited. Hotel Maid uncredited. MR Tillman Shopper uncredited. Patron at Doyle's Bar uncredited. Nightclub Patron uncredited.
Gambler uncredited. Audience Member Robotics Competition uncredited. Cole Thug uncredited. Security Guard uncredited. Back at MIT, a professor, Micky Rosa challenges Ben with the Monty Hall Problem which he solves successfully.
Using card counting and covert signalling, they are able to increase their probability of winning while at casinos, leading them to earn substantial profits.
Over many weekends, the team is flown to Las Vegas and Ben comes to enjoy his luxurious lifestyle as a so-called big player. The team is impressed by Ben's skill, but Fisher becomes jealous and fights him while drunk, leading Micky to expel him.
Meanwhile, the head of security, Cole Williams, has been monitoring the team and begins to turn his attention to Ben.
Ben's devotion to blackjack causes him to neglect his role in an engineering competition, which estranges him from his friends.
Ben and three of the students decide that they will continue to play blackjack without Micky, but they are caught by Williams, whom Micky tipped off.
Williams beats up Ben and warns him not to return. Ben learns that he is ineligible for graduation because his course taught by an associate of Micky's is marked as incomplete with Micky's influence, the professor initially gives Ben a passing grade throughout the year without him having to work or even show up to class.
Furthermore, his winnings are stolen from his dormitory room. Suspecting Micky, Ben confers with the other blackjack students, and they persuade Micky to make a final trip to Las Vegas before the casinos install biometric software.
Micky flees with the bag of chips, jumping into a limousine, but realizes it was a setup when he discovers that the chips are fake.
It is revealed that Ben and Williams made a deal to lure Micky to Las Vegas so that Williams may capture and beat him, because Williams has past grievances against him.
Williams proceeds to hold Micky hostage and subject him to beatings. In exchange, Williams allows Ben to play for one more night in Las Vegas, enjoying immunity from capture.
However, as Ben is leaving with his earnings, Williams betrays him and takes the bag of chips at gunpoint. I have read books and studied card counting, and the movie seems to think that you win every time.
Only one losing session was shown. The other thing that bothered me is that casinos today don't go around beating up customers.
If you take it as entertainment, you might find it more enjoyable. I liked this but it's lacking the excitement one would expect from a film about a bunch of college kids beating old school Vegas at its own game.
The central character's acting is as dull and wooden as Keanu Reeves like, one facial expression dull and the other actors portraying students are lackluster in their performances.
Still, there is some fun to be had here and Spacey is good as always. Moderate recommendation. A Fun A teacher and his four best student go to Las Vegas and try to win a fortune by 'counting cards' in the game of '21'.
Lots of twists and turns. There are few movies that are this much fun. It ended where it began A great story believe some of it is true , and really good acting.
If you are really really as smart as the college kids in this movie, you will make lots of money no matter what you do, if that's what you want to do One person found this helpful.
See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. After Reading Ben Mezrich's "Bringing Down the House", upon which this movie is based, I was excited to the movie.
I am usually let down by movies that are based on books, but that was not the case this time. The visual effects were well done, and the acting on the part of Jim Sturgess, Kevin Spacey, and Kate Bosworth, was exemplary.
Some people may criticize Spacey for his 'gusto', but I believe his portrayal of Mickey was stellar.
The movie had suspense, a solid plot line, scattered funny scenes, and a good ending. The people I went with, none of whom had read the book, found it an even better movie than I did.
If you like the movie enough, I recommend reading the book for a more complete story. Utterly boring extras and a somewhat mediocre film.
Sure it has two stars Kevin Spacey and Laurence 'Morphius' Fishbourne but this film simply doesn't cut it with me. Lucky Me is a film times better.
I'm shocked at myself not falling asleep midway through this! Goofs In the montage scene showing the "extravagant" lifestyle of the group, the film cuts to scenes at the blackjack table, inside of clubs, etc.
Soundtracks I Got a Line on You Written by Randy California as Randy Wolfe Performed by Spirit Courtesy of Ode Records and Epic Records By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Details Release Date: 28 March Language English Country of Origin USA Filming Locations Doyle's Pub - Washington Street, Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
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Prime Numbered Titles - 2. The Movies We Can't Wait to See in More To Explore Search on Amazon. An alternate ending was shot, where Micky Rosa evaded capture from Cole Williams.
After retirement, Cole spots Micky gambling on a boat and the two trade stories about their past. See also Goofs Crazy Credits Quotes Alternate Versions Connections Soundtracks.
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