13

2011

13

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8%

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Total Count: 13

34%

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Vince Ferro is a man in desperate circumstances. While on a quick fix-it job, he steals an envelope containing instructions for a mysterious job that promises a potential fortune. He assumes a false identity and follows the instructions, only to find himself a numbered participant in an underworld Russian roulette competition, where gamblers place bets on who'll survive when the trigger is pulled. The stakes are high, but the payout is more than he can resist. Many are competing for the first time, and a precious few have even returned to play again, but are his odds any better than other players in this most deadly game? What will it take to be the last man standing? -- (C) Anchor Bay

Cast

Sam Riley
as Vince Ferro
Mickey Rourke
as Patrick Jefferson
Jason Statham
as Jasper Bagges
Ray Winstone
as Ronald Lynn Bagges
50 Cent
as Jimmy
David Zayas
as Detective Larry Mullane
Ben Gazzara
as Schlondorff
Alan Davidson
as Tony Drizer
Gaby Hoffmann
as Clara Ferro
Stephen Beach
as Nick Ferro
Starla Benford
as Doctor Anna Cummings
Daisy Tahan
as Jenny Ferro
Forrest Griffin
as Joey Blarro
John Robert Hoffman
as CPS Store Worker
Doug Kruse
as Rigalowsky
J.D. Thompson
as Trailer Driver
Stephen Gevedon
as MacKinnon
Jamison Ernest
as Taxi Driver
Ricky Garcia
as Conductor #1
Joseph Debona
as Shed Guard
Doug Torres
as Conductor #2
Danny Rutigliano
as Conductor #3
Temur Babluani
as Supervisor
Toru Ohno
as Mahima
Frank Senger
as Nearby Gambler
Lars Gerhard
as Money Man #1
Wayne Duvall
as Mr. Taylor
Darrell Larson
as Game Doctor
Scotty Dillin
as Money Man #2
Paul Butler
as Money Boss
Don Frye
as Handler #1
Peter Figlia
as Bartender
Prianga Pieris
as Handler #2
Howard W. Overshown
as Police Officer
Omar Hernandez
as Player #3
Paul Lucas
as Postman
Glen Trotiner
as Deli Counter Man
David Conley (V)
as Player #16
Rock Kohli
as Player #9
Martin Murphy
as Betting Man #1
Mark Halvis
as Betting Man #2
Dan Paragon
as Betting Man #3
William Fowle
as Betting Man #4
Robert Testut
as Betting Man #5
Roberto Rizzo
as Betting Man #6
David Scott Klein
as Betting Man #7
William Posner
as Betting Man #8
Robert Freedman
as Gambler #1
John Fiore
as Gambler #2
Jerry Goralnick
as Gambler #3
Jeff Burchfield
as Player #14
Nacho Figueras
as Handler #3
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Critic Reviews for 13

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  • Géla Babluani's English-language remake of his French debut loses the source's gritty, mysterious gloom.

    Oct 28, 2011 | Full Review…
  • "13'' is Gela Babluani's American remake of his successful 2005 Georgian-language film "13 Tzameti.'' He should have left well enough alone.

    Oct 28, 2011 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…
  • A tense, paranoid nightmare with a chilly metaphysical overview has been trampled into a blustering, bad cartoon.

    Oct 27, 2011 | Rating: 1.5/5
  • Making a film about the cutthroat world of Russian Roulette is a little like making a gambling thriller about the card game War.

    Oct 27, 2011 | Rating: D+ | Full Review…

    Nathan Rabin

    AV Club
    Top Critic
  • A starry cast and glossier production values simply work against the black-and-white original's strengths in this stillborn thriller.

    Oct 26, 2011

    Dennis Harvey

    Variety
    Top Critic
  • Aside from some character-defining flashbacks, a godawful score and sweat-enhancing color photography, it's the same movie as before -- a divertingly tense yet superficial time-waster.

    Oct 26, 2011 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

    Keith Uhlich

    Time Out
    Top Critic

Audience Reviews for 13

  • Dec 17, 2012
    The English language remake of 13 Tzameti is just garbage and it is garbage that captures a lot of high priced actors. Just...don't bother.
    John B Super Reviewer
  • May 28, 2012
    The film was a big disappointment. With a great ensemble, I was expecting the film to be much better. They had a good idea, but didn't execute it correctly. A lot of the characters weren't developed well. It also seemed that a lot of the actors did the film for the paycheck. The film reminded me of movies like the Hunger Games, Death Race, Gamer, and the Running Man. Only those films were better than this one.
    Sol C Super Reviewer
  • May 14, 2012
    3 3/4's for me. This movie really had my heart racing. A little rough around the edges. Definitely Independent film style. Definitely suspenseful. My husband thought that this was a strange movie..I found it intriguing, and a bit shocking, at times. Plenty of familiar faces were invlolved in this project...
    Cynthia S Super Reviewer
  • May 13, 2012
    I'll be frank with you all..the only reason i even gave this film a second thught was due to Jason Stathum being in it. Now after watching the film it wasn't worth it even for his performance which wasnt much of one. i was a little confused by the beginning of the storyline here.. Guy is an electrician for one of the players of a secret game. After his employer dies of an heroin over dose, the electrician finds an envelope with a number within and a ticket to the next 'game' He decides he could use the couple of mill payout money if he wins the thing and starts out on the journey. Upon arriving at the game he is shocked to find out it is an elimination russian roulette type game. He plays anyways and is joined by other players Patrick Jefferson (Mickey Rourke) Ronald Lynn Bagges (Ray Winstone) (Winstone gives a fine although short performance in this) Millionaires continuously bet on the who will survive the next round and so forth. I wont tell you anymore as you will have to see for yourself... However i will say the ending sucked So proceed with caution. Only gave the second star due to the fact that the storyline was killer if it was both written and directed properly.
    Lee K Super Reviewer

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