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Holy Rollers: The True Story of Card Counting Christians (2011)

PG | | Documentary | 11 June 2011 (USA)
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Holy Rollers follows the rise of arguably the largest and most well-funded blackjack team in America-made up entirely of churchgoing Christians. While they succeed in taking millions from ... See full summary »

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Bryan Storkel
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Ben Crawford Ben Crawford ... Himself
Brad Currah Brad Currah ... Himself
David Drury David Drury ... Himself
Michael Scott Foster Michael Scott Foster ... Himself
Colin Jones Colin Jones ... Himself
Mark Treas Mark Treas ... Himself
Dusty Wisniew Dusty Wisniew ... Himself
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Holy Rollers follows the rise of arguably the largest and most well-funded blackjack team in America-made up entirely of churchgoing Christians. While they succeed in taking millions from casinos, how will they manage to find a place for faith and God in the arena of high stakes gambling? Written by Anonymous

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English

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11 June 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nawiedzeni: Prawdziwa historia liczacych karty chrzescijan See more »

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BBCI, Connell Creations See more »
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Amazing
28 November 2011 | by teenshelter-1See all my reviews

This movie blew my mind. The distinction between true Christianity and religion is such a crazy line and this documentary attempts to look at one of those edges. There's tons of emotional ups and downs. I've seriously watched this movie more than five times it's so amazing. It's pretty accurate with a little bit of movie making liberty taken as to the order of the clips and the over-arching narrative. Personally I wish there was less drama surrounding a plot line and just more of the everyday issues that these people dealt with because some of them seem cool but some of them seem like legit wackos...not going to mention any names ;)

Hope you enjoy it and regardless of your opinion of blackjack, card-counting, or faith I hope it makes you ask some questions


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