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Silvie over 2 years ago
One of the best movies I've ever seen.
sf over 7 years ago
I Think it`s Mamet`s Best. Great , unique Mamet Dialogue. Superb.
Andy Whitfield over 7 years ago
As with all Mamet films, the dialogue sparkles.
J. Christian Guerrero over 7 years ago
"What are you, Joe Hep? Where are you from?"--"I'm from the United States of Kiss My Ass."
Ezequiel Castellanos over 3 years ago
House of Games is David Mamet's 1987 film directorial debut. Mamet wrote the screenplay himself, from a story he devised with Jonathan Katz. The film's cast includes Lindsay Crouse, Joe Mantegna, Ricky Jay, and J. T. Walsh. Margaret Ford (Crouse) is a psychiatrist. She has published a book, Driven: Compulsion and Obsession in Everyday Life, which has made her financially well off. One day, she's in a session with Billy, a compulsive gambler who informs her that his life is in danger. He owes $25,000 to a criminal figure — money he doesn't have — and if he doesn't pay, he will be killed. Margaret visits a pool hall and bar called the House of Games and confronts the man Billy owes, Mike (Mantegna). After a brief conversation, Margaret sizes Mike up as a tough talker, but not a violent gangster. Mike reveals that Billy's debt is only eight hundred dollars and agrees to forgive the debt if Margaret accompanies him to a high-stakes poker game as his girlfriend, using her to help spot the...
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