Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Wird oft zusammen gekauft. Rounders. "Mike McDermott (Matt Damon) ist ein begnadeter Pokerspieler, doch er verliert bei einem Spiel gegen den russischen Mafioso Teddy KGB einen Großteil. Rounders ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm von John Dahl aus dem Jahr Der Film kam in Deutschland nicht ins Kino und erschien erst am 6. Februar.
Rounders (Film)Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Rounders. Der Jura-Student Mike McDurmott (Matt Damon) will sein altes Leben eines Glückspielers vergessen. Doch. Rounders ein Film von John Dahl mit Matt Damon, Edward Norton. Inhaltsangabe: Der begnadete Pokerspieler Mike McDermott (Matt Damon) verliert den. "Mike McDermott (Matt Damon) ist ein begnadeter Pokerspieler, doch er verliert bei einem Spiel gegen den russischen Mafioso Teddy KGB einen Großteil.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. Under pressure from his girlfriend, Jo Gretchen Mol , he promises to quit gambling.
This lasts until his friend, Lester "Worm" Murphy Edward Norton , gets out of prison and needs to pay off an old debt. The pair come close to earning the money back but are caught cheating.
Then Mike finds out the debt is owed to Teddy and makes one last-ditch effort to beat the Russian. John Dahl. Joel Stillerman , Ted Demme. Apr 21, Miramax Films, Spanky Pictures.
Matt Damon Mike McDermott. Ed Norton Lester 'Worm' Murphy. John Turturro Joey Knish. Gretchen Mol Jo. Famke Janssen Petra. Martin Landau Abe Petrovsky.
Michael Rispoli Grama. Melina Kanakaredes Barbara. Josh Mostel Zagosh. John Dahl Director. David Levien Writer. Brian Koppelman Writer. Bobby Cohen Executive Producer.
Kerry Orent Executive Producer. Bob Weinstein Executive Producer. Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer. Joel Stillerman Producer. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.
Matt Skills Let's Gamble! Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Matt Damon Mike McDermott Gretchen Mol Jo John Malkovich Russian Thug Ray Iannicelli Kenny John Turturro Joey Knish Merwin Goldsmith Sy Sonny Zito Tony Josh Mostel Zagosh Mal Z.
Irving Lenny Clarke Savino Peter Yoshida Henry Lin Jay Boryea Russian Thug 2 Lenny Venito Moogie Martin Landau Edit Did You Know?
Goofs The baseball cap jumps on and off the bed when Mike is talking to his girlfriend after the judges' game. Quotes Mike McDermott : [ after walking up to the poker table and putting his money on the table in the poker room inside The Mirage casino at Atlantic City, referring to that all the "rounders" at this table that regularly play at The Chesterfield club in New York City ] this is beautiful, welcome to the "Chesterfield South.
Petra : [ Poker films have a chequered history in the movies. But for every one of them you have a lackluster straight to dvd bargain bin reject like "Deal" or "All In".
Dahl's film features two of the late nineties most sought after actors in Matt Damon and Edward Norton and with a strong support cast that includes both Martin….
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth. The making of this movie is the true definition of the Hollywood dream.
Two lifelong friends, Brian Koppelman and David Levien were at a crossroads in their lives, working jobs they didn't love and trying to make it as writers.
The inspiration for their screenplay was conceived when the writers walked into a poker club for the first time, and two years later they were on set for the first day of filming.
It ushered in the poker boom of the early 's and provided a glimpse into a world we never knew we wanted or needed. Great movies make you want to spend time in the worlds that are created and this film is….
I love how the writing refuses to dumb down the lingo, but the narration still does a good job of cluing in the uninitiated. Cinematic Playlist — Uncut Gems.
How does John Malkovich still sound exactly like John Malkovich even when he's doing his best Russian accent. Norton was charismatically hateable in this.
Damon and Norton were awesome here though. But, the girl did? 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". In the final hand, Mike baits a boastful KGB into going all-in, and defeats him with a nut straight.
KGB throws a tantrum at having been lured into a mistake. Principal photography for Rounders began in December ; it took place mostly in New York.