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Title: Flutter XLrator Media Director: Giles Borg Writer: Stephen Leslie Cast: Joe Anderson, Anna Anissimova, Luke Evans, Billy Zane Running Time: 1hr 25 min Rated: Unrated (language, violence) On VOD on November 17th John (Joe Anderson, The Crazies) is a gambling addict. He doesn’t want to get a real job, and for some reason his wife Helen (Laura Fraser, Breaking Bad) sticks around. After going to the dentist (Billy Zane, Zoolander 2) they strike up a conversation about the dog track, which is where he meets new bookie “Stan” (Anna Anissimova). Stan is quick witted, pretty and American. After a huge win, John thinks his life is starting to turn around, [ Read More ]
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- Tamika Jones
Coming form a weary gambler, trust me when I say Giles Borg’s Flutter misses far too many beats. You won’t feel the gut-wrenching loneliness of a debilitating bad beat, nor the euphoric high of cashing in on a big win. True gamblers are in it for the sheer thrill of lady luck’s unreadable fate, yet Stephen Leslie’s screenplay remains relatively tame in the face of high stakes and higher rewards. This is a thriller based on compulsive betting, yet it feels about as dangerous as a game of truth or dare, even with human souls on the line. Blame that on strangely sluggish pacing, unequal wagers, and silly terms of acceptance, but no matter what angle you take on this suspenseless thriller, you’re bound to turn up a loser.
Borg’s film opens with a man named John (Joe Anderson) and a moral dilemma – can »
- Matt Donato
3 items from 2015
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