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Run Time124 minutes
Aspect Ratio2.35:1
CastPhyllis Somerville, Eric Bana, Horatio Sanz, Drew Barrymore
DirectorCurtis Hanson
GenreDRAMA,ROMANCE,SPORT
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Release Year2007
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Run Time124 minutes
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Long DescriptionIn Las Vegas, Huck Cheever is a poker player, brilliant but also prone to let emotion take over. It's the week of the poker world series, and Huck must come up with the $10,000 entry fee, which he wins, loses, borrows, and loses - and even steals part of from Billie Offer, an earnest young woman who's new in town and who catches Huck's eye. By the time the tournament starts, Huck owes everyone. Complicating things is the arrival of Huck's father, whom Huck detests for having left his mother, a champion player in town to win. Can Huck learn to play poker the way he lives and to live the way he plays poker? Or is his only flush the sound of his life going down the toilet?
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