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Casino Jack

Rating:R (for pervasive language, some violence and brief nudity)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:December 17, 2010
Running time:108 minutes
Cast:Kelly Preston, Kevin Spacey, Barry Pepper, Rachelle Lefevre, Jon Lovitz
Director:George Hickenlooper
Producer:Gary Howsam, Bill Marks, George Zakk
Writer:Norman Snider
Distributor:ATO Pictures

Description: Inspired by true events that are too over-the-top for even the wildest imaginations to conjure, "Casino Jack" lays bare the wild excesses and escapades of Jack Abramoff. Aided by his business partner Michael, Jack parlays his clout over some of the world's most powerful men with the goal of creating a personal empire of wealth and influence. When the two enlist a mob-connected buddy to help with one of their illegal schemes, they soon find themselves in over their heads, entrenched in a world of mafia assassins, murder and a scandal that spins so out of control that it makes worldwide headlines.

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