After The Game AKA The Last Hand

After the Game was released in 1997 in the United States of America. This film is also known as The Last Hand and Blutiges Spiel.  The DVD, The Last Hand was released in 2004.  After the Game was made by Lions Gate Home Entertainment, which is the home video and DVD distribution arm of Lions…

About 1980 Atlantic City Film In-Detail

Released in 1980 Atlantic City is a French-Canadian film. It was filmed in 1979 and was first released in France and Germany and in 1981 in the USA. The film was directed by Louis Malle and written by John Guare. Atlantic City was nominated for five Academy Awards, best picture, best director, best actor, best…

Bank Craps – The Classic Casino Table Game

For many people, one of the biggest advantages of playing casino games online is being able to try out all those complicated card and table games that you would never play at a live casino. This is especially true for the game of craps. At a land based casino, there are basically two types of…

Bola Tangkas Not Dissimilar To Video Poker

Bola tangkas is a form of Indonesian style poker. The game of poker has become ever more popular through globalization, and many parts of the world that had evolved specific, and different forms of the game have translated this to popular online casino versions. This online growth has meant increased popularity, competition and rewards for…

Join And Play At Hollywood Casino St. Louis

When it comes to land based casinos, the USA has their fair share of grand establishments. Even outside of Las Vegas, the number of land based casinos in the states is staggering. This also includes riverboat casinos. Riverboat casinos became popular in many states when strict gambling laws forbad the construction of permanent land based…

The House of Games Film

House of Games is the 1987 directorial debut by David Mamet, now an acclaimed director. Mamet also wrote the screenplay, which was based on a story he had originally written together with Jonathan Katz. The film starred Lindsay Crouse, Joe Mantegna, Ricky Jay, and J. T. Walsh.

The Lady Luck Motion Picture

Lady Luck is a Hollywood comedy film, first released in 1946. The film stars Robert Young and Barbara Hale, and tells the story of a professional gambler who falls in love with a young lady who hates gambling. Lady Luck was directed by Edwin L. Marin and written by Herbert Clyde Lewis, Frank Fenton, and…

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels is a British comedy crime film first released in 1998. It was written and directed by Guy Ritchie. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels is a heist film about a young guy who loses £500 000 to a crime lord in a rigged game of three card brag. To…