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Stealing Las Vegas (2012)

Not Rated | | Crime, Thriller | 11 September 2012 (USA)
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When a greedy Las Vegas casino owner threatens to lay off and take away pensions from his low-end staff of janitors, florists, and repairmen, they are forced to take matters into their own hands to even the odds.

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Alex Stratholme
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Mo
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Nick Davis
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Stacy Lawson
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Jorge Rodriguez
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Maria Delgado
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Ernest Rosedower
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Emil
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Franklin
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Berk Rockett
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Big Red
Shelby Seiler ...
Ralph
Joe Martin ...
Hal
Skylor Lopez ...
Carlitos
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There's a dark side behind the bright lights of Las Vegas, where desperate lives and busted dreams struggle in the shadows to survive. And when a sleazy casino owner swipes $20 million from his employees' health insurance and pension funds, ex-pro-baseball-player-turned-casino-electrician Nick and his co-workers put together a daring plan to steal the money back. But in a lowdown town of underground cage fights, smoky strip clubs and deadly double-crosses, can the perfect heist ever go as planned? Written by Francisco Menendez

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It's Not Wrong If You Do It Right

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Crime | Thriller

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Break the House  »

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Enjoyable
15 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

The movie had a familiar plot, with a younger twist (than say Ocean's Eleven as it has been compared to). The characters were developed, providing background & substance to most of the characters. The plot was weaved together well with each character's personal plights connecting them to each other and their pursuit of money & fairness. Given it is a student production, there are limitations in special effects, but the acting was enjoyable. I found the characters likable and real. The last 30 min had to be the best, I had no expectations for the ending and found myself smiling at the twist. The actors brought a variety of emotional tones, matching the storyline well, giving the audience a love story, drama and suspense.


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