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As a young girl, Alicia "Ace" Anderson (Swain) had been taught the fine art and the mathematical probabilities of Texas Hold-em poker by the father she adored. But that world came to an end when her father was taken from her in a fatal auto accident. Years later, as she enters medical school, she will need to call upon the skills her father taught her as she struggles with the rigorous medical training, mounting financial pressures and the seamier side of medicine. Her friends and fellow students combine their unique talents and skills to produce a team who may well be the ultimate poker machine. But as the stakes in both the casinos and the operating room continue to rise, Ace comes to understand what her father taught her: in order to really live, you need to go all in. Written by
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Absolutely one of the worst movies ever made...seriously
I play a good bit of poker, but even if I did not I would be very disappointed in wasting my time watching this movie. It has absolutely nothing to do with real odds, or anything to do with poker. Acting is atrocious, the representation of poker is astoundingly bad, and every part of the movie absolutely sucks. "All In' has as much to do with poker and actual movie quality acting as a fart has to do with perfume, the movie is terrible....Don't ever, ever, ever watch it. For one, there are people out there that could not even rig a deck for the sake of the plot's horrible progression if they had all day and could arrange the cards without anyone looking, for two, the movie sucks, but I think said that already. I know most movies always have someone saying "worst movie ever", but this truly is the WORST MOVIE EVER MADE!
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