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Love Liuis Homar and Daniel Bruhl in this entertaining little gambling flick from Spain. Some really funny scenes. Very enjoyable.
Melodramatic and light Sunday movie. Enjoyable but nothing special.
Very well crafted Spanish film , suspenseful fun, light drama and a film that has little violence - very enjoyable
Same old thing again & again.
Basada en una historia real. Entretenida
Smart and entertaining!
LO MEJOR...que entretiene, y es una buen propuesta de cine espaÃ±ol.
LO PEOR..que el guiÃ³n se huele a metros, y que el presupuesto se queda corto para rodar la historia que trata
pd.. porque se siguen empeÃ±ando en regalar topples que no vienen a cuento en el cine espaÃ±ol.
Interesting film based on an incredibly true story, that reminds of those films about "Las Vegas" players/addicts, although is not only focus in that. The aim is to present the real story of a family and a method.
Acceptable performances and good development of the script, specially remarkable Daniel BrÃ 1/4hl, who owns the scene in every moment.
Luckily, the film has some funny moments that makes it easier to see and keeps you in connection with the story.
Anyway, I should say that the film is kind of simple and doesn't aspires to be such a success at the box office, or the kind of film everyone wants to see.