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The Poker Club (2008)

Four friends discover and accidentally kill a burglar -- who may not be alone -- in the kitchen during their weekly poker night.

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Neil Saloman
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Trudy Todaro
Lenny Levi ...
Peter Vaslos
Olivia Archer ...
Betsy Tyler
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Curtis Wilcox
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Officer Crawford
Judith Hawking ...
The Coroner
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Jan Tyler
Molly Irwin ...
Stripper #2
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Cop
Maja Miletich ...
Bartender
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Detective Patterson
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Four friends discover and accidentally kill a burglar -- who may not be alone -- in the kitchen during their weekly poker night.

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The hand you're dealt could be murder.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language, some nudity and drug content | See all certifications »

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16 October 2008 (USA)  »

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$3,200,000 (estimated)
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Neal and Bill are in Bill's club drinking. Neal pours a last drink before they leave. Both empty their glasses, however Neal's glass still has liquor in it when they leave. See more »

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A nice indie thriller
18 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've been a fan of Tim McCann for a long time, an underrated, cult director who always brings a gritty, realistic edge to his films. While this is a more conventional story than the brooding, psychological Runaway, or the insane, disturbing, genre-bending Nowhere Man, the snappy direction and some nice performances elevate this crime drama. A few of the plot developments require a little willing suspension of disbelief, but that's often the case in these 'Hitchcockian' thrillers. Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised, and happy to see the charismatic Loren Dean and a good jittery performance by McCann stalwart Michael Risley.


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