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The Casino Job (2009)

R | | Crime, Drama | 10 March 2009 (USA)
The Casino Job

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Cast

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Amylia Joiner ...
Jennifer
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Barry
Ilsa Martinez ...
Amber (as Ilsa Mariel)
Jay Anthony Franke ...
Scribe
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Paradise
Curtis Joe Walker ...
Duncan
Deanna Minerva ...
Candice
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Torri (as Julia Beatty)
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Howard
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Kurt
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Casino Manager / Gay Gaming Agent
David Michael Webb ...
Detective Riek
Kerry M. Shahan ...
Detective Shay
Paul Joseph ...
Carter
Ken Kupstis ...
Lionel
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Storyline

When she is sexually assaulted by her boss Barry Kaylin (Dean Mauco), a Las Vegas casino owner, exotic dancer Jennifer (Amylia Joiner) and four fellow dancers/strippers team up to get revenge by planning and staging a robbery of one of Kaylin's resort hotels down in Laughlin. Jennifer soon discovers that one of her crew is hiding a secret that could betray them all. Written by Larry B.

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The house doesn't always have the advantage...

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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for strong sexual content, graphic nudity, language, some drug use and a rape scene
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The AVI Casino is south of Laughlin, NV (although it's address is Laughlin). That is about 110 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. That's a minimum of a 1 hour 50 minute drive. Actually, it is closer to 3 hours, because a lot of that drive is on a 2 lane highway. See more »

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It's really not a bad movie. Honestly.
14 March 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I can't believe I signed up for IMDb after watching The Casino Job but I felt compelled to let the world know that they shouldn't overlook any movie based on budget, hype, or "production values".

I almost stopped watching early on in the movie due to the "soft-core porn" feel of it but decided to stick at it just to see what happens and, blow me down, the movie grew on me and I was ultimately rewarded.

Let's be clear - the movie ain't winning any awards any time soon but......the plot was interesting, the girls are sexy, the attempt was heartfelt and honest and the people involved at no time take themselves too seriously.

Sure it looks amateurish, the dialogue is simplistic and the performances are as wooden as the Amazon rain forest but it's still an entertaining movie and better than 90% of the tripe that's churned out by Hollywood.

In fact, if you replaced all the actors with "real" Hollywood actors and jazzed up the dialogue you could quite easily turn this into a Hollywood blockbuster.

I really feel the people involved deserve credit for a decent effort at movie-making on what was obviously a shoe-string budget.

Well done!


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