Casino Jack and the United States of Money

R| 2 hr. min.

Plot Summary
This documentary tracks the high life and eventual downfall of wealthy lobbyist and businessman Jack Abramoff, who was convicted of conspiracy and fraud, among other charges, in a corruption scandal during the George W. Bush administration. The film details Abramoff's decadent and lavish lifestyle and reveals the shady dealings that led to his getting arrested, which ultimately resulted in a prison sentence for him and tarnished reputations for others.

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Genres: Documentary

Distributor: Magnolia Pictures

Casino Jack and the United States of Money (2010)

Release Date: May 7th, 2010|2 hr. min.

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  • As entertaining as it is exasperating. show more

  • Running two hours, "Casino Jack" is an exhaustive and exhausting elaboration of Abramoff's canon of greed and power that will enervate audiences with a surfeit of details. show more

  • The narrative trots all over the globe, including stops for labor exploitation in the Marianas Islands, dealings with Russian mobsters, ripping off Indian tribes in the desert southwest, and jetting to Scotland for rounds of golf with impressionable politicians. show more

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