Gunfighters and cardsharps from the far reaches of the globe descend on the mining town of Religion, Arizona to compete in a legendary poker tournament. Drawn to town by the gold prize, the players come to realize that in this game their very souls are at stake.Written by
In the scene where Salt Peter (Louie Sabatasso)discusses with Raven McCabe (William Moore) about owing some gold he finds copper in the bag about 37 mins. In his hand there is three British old pennies one showing the head of King George VI, one with the head of Queen Elizabeth II and one showing Britannia. Also there is decimal two pence piece showing the the three feathers
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I dunno what to make of this flick. For the first 15 minutes or so, all I could think was "are they serious, or is someone playing a joke on me?"
It's like some high school trust fund kid bought a couple of expensive cameras, wrote a script in 2 hours, then asked all his friends and relatives to act in it.
It doesn't get better, though 2-3 members of the cast actually do quite a respectable job with the painful lines they were given. The rest of the cast must have made a wrong turn on the way to the porn set, and stumbled into this one by mistake. I suspect part of this is due to the director, though, as the entire thing feels like a live-action cartoon.
I actually kinda' enjoyed it. (watching for free, late at night, too tired to get any work done & so just vegging out.) The cinematography, sound, and even the soundtrack are all actually quite excellent. That trust-fund kid must have hired the best PD in Hollywood.
The basic plot isn't bad either, (though it takes an awfully long time to get to any sort of, you know, point) so the flick does move along in an entertaining way.
Very, very strange. I find it hard to even give it a rating.
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