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Aces 'N' Eights (2008)

Aces 'N' Eights (2008)





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A band of determined frontiersmen guard their land from a sinister railroad mogul in this western starring Casper Van Dien, Bruce Boxleitner and Ernest Borgnine.
Action & Adventure , Television , Western
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Bruce Boxleitner
as D.C. Cracker
Casper Van Dien
as Luke Rivers
Ernest Borgnine
as Prescott
Jeff Kober
as Tate
Deirdre Quinn
as Jo Tanner
Emily Warfield
as Mother Sally
Ron Rogge
as Surveyor
Michael H. Barnett
as Teenage Son
George LePorte
as Ned Taylor
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Critic Reviews for Aces 'N' Eights

All Critics (1)

There's nothing about this unimaginative Western to be excited about.

Full Review… | February 24, 2016
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Audience Reviews for Aces 'N' Eights


Put your hand up on the log. I won't ask again. A local village that keeps to themselves and is fairly self sufficient is invaded by ruthless railroad outlaws that want to pave tracks through the land. The land owners are initially passive but when family and children get pushed around, the villagers may push back. "You can all go now because we have nothing more to talk about." Craig Baxley, director of Action Jackson, Dark Angel, Stone Cold, Twilight Man, Bad Day on the Block, Deep Red, Twisted Desire, and Sniper 2, delivers Aces 'N' Eights. The storyline for this picture is very mediocre but there are some good shootouts here and there. The acting is made for television average and the cast includes Casper Van Dien, William Atherton, Jeff Kober, Ernest Borgnine, and Bruce Boxleitner. "You sure do promote a hell of a brawl." This was recommended to me by Fios so I decided to DVR it. This was a below average western with little going for it. There were some good one liners here and there and the shootouts weren't horrible, but I wouldn't call this a worthwhile addition to the genre. I recommend skipping this. "Are you going to listen to us or threaten us?" Grade: D

Kevin Robbins
Kevin Robbins

OK, so I knew this movie was going to be rotten, after it all it was a "blockbuster exclusive release" which I guess means it was a movie that sucked to bad to actually be released into a theater, so it went straight to video. [i] So, it was unbelievable that the star of this thing was Bruce Boxleitner, a heavy hitter I'll admit, I mean who could forget his Bobby Joe in "Sixpack Annie". A real gem........Or, his Lee Stetson in "The scarecrow and Mrs King" a true monument in television entertainment. Enough said, I'm sure Bruce is a great guy, but this movie is something you should show your grandparents as they are drifting off to sleep on the couch on a Tuesday night. Don't bother pausing this one when you have to use the head, you won't have missed much. Sorry Bruce, lookin forward to Tron the movie [/i]

jason brooks
jason brooks

The director has a different visual style. Occasionally his tilted camera angles was distracting. the violent scenes of the railroad enforcers terrorizing the families were too many and went on too long. Connections/relations/conflicts between other characters could have been developed more and the script needed more work.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

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