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A worldwide cultural phenomenon, the classic board game Monopoly® has been played by over a billion people in the last 75 years.
UNDER THE BOARDWALK: THE MONOPOLY STORY presents the captivating stories about the game and those who play it, culminating with the high-stakes MONOPOLY® world championships held every four years. Leading up to the exciting coronation of a new champion in Las Vegas, the film follows some of the most colorful players in the game. They are lawyers and math teachers, defending champions and underdogs, all brought together by a shared love of the game.
From helping WWII POWs escape to cropping up in movies and television since its inception, MONOPOLY®'s rich history is revealed in this fascinating documentary, narrated by Zachary Levi (Chuck).
My daughter collects Monopoly games... she loved this documentary!Published 3 months ago by demento
It's mostly about the monopoly tournament. And not so much about the history of the game.Published 4 months ago by Joshua Parsons
I bought this blindly because I love Monopoly, and this documentary does not disappoint. It focuses a lot on the World Monopoly Championships, but there is still quite a bit on... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Eric withCheese Ashley
As others have pointed out, despite the description shown here and on Netflix, this is not a documentary focusing on the history of Monopoly. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Silence Dogood
This documentary is interesting but I was hoping that it would have gone more into the history of the game.Published 23 months ago by Walter C. Case
With the caveat that I know one of the creators of this film, I really enjoyed this film. It's particularly fascinating to hear about the context of the game's early development.Published on February 18, 2013 by M. Ritter
Time wise I felt the documentary was spot on. Being a fan of the origins of random things, I did thoroughly enjoy the origins and progression of the game as well as the brief... Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Billy
I hate Monopoly. Most serious boardgamers hate Monopoly. Aside from a few snippets from W. Eric Martin in this film, you won't find a critical word to be said about this game. Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by chefdevergue