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The Foreclosure (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 10 October 2009 (USA)
Charlie Fox is losing his home to foreclosure, so he does what any self-respecting gambler would do--he sets up a card game. Can he win enough to save his property? Don't bet against it. A Smith and Wesson always beats a full house.

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Harold Castiglione ...
Rabbit Carlson
Michael Allen Constantino ...
Daniel Geralds
Gale Daniels ...
Norma
Greg Infusi ...
Trevor
Patrick Ireland ...
Ray
Sean Ireland ...
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Charles J. Kelley ...
Charlie Fox
Bob Lehan ...
Adam Trask
Stephen Morrissey ...
Steve
Mya Perry ...
Muriel
Scott Sylvia ...
Andre
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Charlie Fox is losing his home to foreclosure, so he does what any self-respecting gambler would do--he sets up a card game. Can he win enough to save his property? Don't bet against it. A Smith and Wesson always beats a full house.

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One day that shook the neighborhood

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Fun independent film
14 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

This is a very cool and quite fun independent film. It's a good character-driven story about this one man who will do anything to keep his house. It's actually well-acted--the protagonist is excellent--, filled with drama--it takes place during a card game one afternoon in one house--and some real action--once the trouble begins it's fairly out of control--and it never lets up until the last second. Kind of dark, but in a way where you have to laugh. You can also tell at times that it wasn't made for a ton of money, but the writing is very--very--good and there are lots of truly great moments here. Clever, subtle humor. I highly recommend.


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