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3.0 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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Deal yourself in for high-speed thrills and high-stakes poker action in this triumphant tale of cards and courage starring Burt Reynolds, Bret Harrison and Shannon Elizabeth. A retired gambler (Reynolds) itching to get back in the game teams up with a hotshot college senior (Harrison) to take the poker world by storm. But a Vegas beauty (Elizabeth) complicates the plan, and soon the teacher and student find themselves in a heads-up battle for the championship. Featuring an all-star lineup of your favorite Texas Hold'em players, Deal is a winning hand for poker fans everywhere.

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  • Actors: Charles Durning, Jennifer Tilly, Vincent Van Patten, Burt Reynolds, Shannon Elizabeth
  • Directors: Gil Cates Jr.
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: August 19, 2008
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BBAVP6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,885 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Alex is a college graduate whose parents got him a job at a law firm, but what he really wants to do is play poker. He meets Tommy Vinson, a former poker pro who promised his wife 20 years ago that he'd never play again, and has kept his promise. Tommy becomes Alex's mentor and stakes him in tournaments.

"Deal" has some not-so-subtle product placement (PokerStars and World Poker Tour) and the story is like a poker remake of "The Color of Money", but the actors are good and it's entertaining if you like poker and don't mind that it's a bit predictable. Several poker pros appear as themselves, including Antonio Esfandiari, Greg Raymer, Joe Hachem and Phil Laak, whose girlfriend Jennifer Tilly also appears, not as herself but as a poker pro. 3 stars.
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Great fun for card players and solid acting makes this an enjoyable movie. It's all about risk...love...and trust. The plot is predictable as it unfolds, but this flick hits the mark. Bret Harrison and Burt Reynolds hold this film together. The rookie and his mentor square off in the world of gambling and within the world of reality. Shannon Elizabeth's brief but poignant role glues the storyline together. Four stars for the pure entertainment value.
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This movie blows! The only good part in the entire movie is Shannon Elizabeth's 5 minutes of fame. If you love poker and texas hold 'em movies then don't watch this one! If you want two good ones to watch then definitely check out Rounders (Collector's Edition) or Lucky You Rounders is a really great Poker movie and Lucky You is a good 2nd place finish. Don't waste your money on Deal!
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This product was very high quality and was delivered quickly by the seller.

I highly recommend this courteous and professional seller.

I was very happy to get this dvd which I have viewed many times over. It is also serves as a teaching tool for poker players. This is definitely one of my favorite all time poker movies. Thank you.
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Wow, where to begin? Have you ever watched a movie that parodies another movie? The acting is purposefully bad to make the characters seem stupid. This movie was like like that, but without the comedy.

If you know anything about poker you will find this movie predicable and boring. You could almost put it in the catagory of a porn movie. The acting and writing were that bad.

If you know nothing about poker, it's insulting to ones intelligence. Just stay away.

An 8 year old might like it but nobody with even a few brain cells

One of the worst movies EVER!!!
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Nice concept but characters somehow seem to step out of themselves. Closeups of Burt's face are an injustice to this great performer (or malpractice by the makeup department). Who could align emotionally with a mask like that?
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Deal is poker movie that tells the story of a retired poker player that tutors a younger player who is a great online poker player but has yet to master the art of playing cards in person. The retired player is Tommy Vinson,who gave up gambling more than 20 years ago,hopes to save his family by returning to the game.While the young player is Alex Stillman,a Yale senior who has a knack for Texas Hold 'Em,dreams of dominating poker tables in Vegas.

This is definitely one of the worse movies about poker if not the worst. First of all,it is a rip-off of The Color Of Money especially with regards to the teacher-protoge relationship that is central to the story in a poker setting instead of billiards from the said movie. Then,we have the poor performances of the Burt Reynolds and Bret Harrison.Both apparently were interested in the paycheck they are about to receive. Also,we have a lot of confusion in the story particularly the character of Michelle,who happens to be Alex's lover considering that she was written off so soon in the movie. Finally,it was cliched,predictable and not very entertaining. It won't even make a person get interested about what poker is all about.The only good thing I could say about it is it managed to have cameos of world-class poker players. Nothing more.

For better films of the same genre,watch Rounders and Lucky You instead.
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I did not expect much and maybe that's why I enjoyed it so much! Fun to see Burt Reynolds again and, as a poker player myself, I am familiar with both the game and the players in the film. I bet Jen had a lot of fun telling the kid to go back to college when she flipped over her set of tens! It's hard to make a decent poker movie and I thought this one was terrific. No, the end is not realistic --- but this is a movie and it's got a heart.. Enjoy it for what it is --- entertainment, not a poker tutorial.
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