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Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Each story is different in their own way and its really depicts how a legit detective team would handle the same case. Have to take off points for lack of multi player there is a leader board however , repetitious dialogue ate times, and well, no Bruce Not enough to put the movie into the black, but enough to mark him as a talent to watch. It takes a lot of liberty in telling its many subplots by tweaking the timeline as each detective delivers their respective story.

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Sure, it may have Don't listen to the critics. Sure, it may have gotten a little messy with the flashbacks, but you really don't lose track of what's happening.

In fact, I loved how the pacing was so unconventional, switching between the old mens' stories and the main character's repeatedly. It was like unwrapping a bunch of Christmas presents slowly, and having them all open at the same time. The plot acted like a twisting roller coaster, with the ending sending you straight down with your hands in the air. Make no mistake; this is a highly underrated movie. Compilation of detective stories in one torturous ordeal.

Poker Night is not your ordinary thriller or cop movie. It takes a lot of liberty in telling its many subplots by tweaking the timeline as each detective delivers their respective story.

With the lineup of actors the movie has, it Compilation of detective stories in one torturous ordeal. With the lineup of actors the movie has, it presents suspense and occasional humor aptly. However, the constant whirl of flashbacks and abrupt pacing change might be exhausting to audience as it veers too many times throughout the movie.

Jeter Beau Mirchoff is invited to a poker night by his lieutenant. This ongoing tradition is a part of initiation for new detectives. Little did he know, his first case might just need all the wisdom from these veterans. The plot shifts back and forth as Jeter tries to outwit a psychopath as he remembers the stories from the poker night one step at a time. The risk grows increasingly high as Jeter gambles with not only his life, but also the life of a girl hostage.

This unorthodox set-up has the advantage of presenting many subplots, the tone from each can be adjusted for humor purpose as well. It even displays the antagonist's perspective in ironic fashion. The actors do well, they are an eclectic bunch, representing convincing grit accumulated from years of experience.

Their tales are pretty interesting, with just the right amount of noir monologue and awareness. Not all of them are balanced though, a couple of these might feel tedious. Having defeated the Joker, Batman now faces the Penguin — a warped and deformed individual who is intent on being accepted into Gotham society.

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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Stan Jeter Ron Perlman The Man Ron Eldard Nate Munson Kieran Large The Mentor Mitchell Baker Bob Fisher Aaron Rattner Edit Storyline When you become a detective in Warsaw Indiana - you go to Poker Night, where you play against some of the best cops in the business. How do you catch a killer when he's holding all the cards Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Edit Did You Know? Goofs When Calabrese pulls out Jeters last card, the cards on the table are apart, but in the previous frame they are one on another. Add the first question.

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