A drama/thriller, set in the South, about a young boy who longs to escape the misery of his childhood and the misunderstanding of his hometown. A gifted, self-taught, special effects ... See full summary »
Jennifer's thirtieth birthday party is supposed to be a special day. But what starts out as a day of celebration quickly spirals into a most ill-fated day Jennifer wishes she could forget, in this ensemble comedy set entirely in a kitchen.
Ex-private dancer Beth aspires to be a Las Vegas cocktail waitress, when she falls in with Dink, a sports gambler. Sparks fly as she proves to be something of a gambling prodigy--much to the ire of Dink's wife, Tulip.
This has to take the biscuit as being one of the naffest programmes I have watched. I even watched 2 just to check that the first one I saw wasn't a fluke! The only way they get away with this trash is that someone somewhere will watch anything that contains any celebrity. The idea is that a few "celebs" go round to the house of another celeb and play poker. The dealer is Phil Laak, poker star.
The poker is dire. The conversation is either non-sensical or anally retentive. The whole idea of rich celebrities playing poker for $10,000 is absurd.
It reminds me of the times when you had to go round to your Auntie Rita's house and watch the video of her latest holiday, complete with incredibly dull commentary.
Sorry ..... it was just crap.
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