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Deal

(2008)

Rated PG-13 for language, sexual content and brief drug use.

PG-13 In Theaters 04/25/2008 , 86min.
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Viewer Score
40%
Viewer score based on 2 ratings
35%
Critic score based on 9 reviews

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August 22, 2008
Kiaamante
After seeing Shannon on DWTS, I've been trying to follow what she's doing & when we saw on TV that her DEAL movie was out we rushed alalout to rent it & all I can say is Thank God it was a free rental.We saw her 2 times,the lighting was black,the whole film was a disappointment,so although I like Shannon, I sure hope she does some films with substance,before she winds up in the actors home.OMG
May 22, 2008
paultann88
High stakes poker in Vegas, New Orleans. Young brash hot shot matched with an old reformed gambler. Lots of exciting poker with players from the poker channel! Really enjoyed the girlfriend, Shannon Elizabeth. Lots of fun.
May 22, 2008
janebc1234
I loved this movie because it really holds your interest. Burt Reynolds is at the top of his game as the retired poker player and the young boy he takes on as his protegee, Brett Harrison, is just perfect for the role. You don't have to be a poker player to get involved with the story, but if you are, then you will really have a wild ride!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
Public fascination with Texas Hold 'em and other poker variations will likely bolster B.O., though more discriminating auds may choose to pass. Full Review
J.R. Jones
Chicago Reader
The main pleasure of this high-stakes-poker drama is watching a septuagenarian Burt Reynolds effortlessly revive his 70s screen persona as a strutting paragon of male shrewdness and sexuality. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
There's no compelling reason to see Deal. Everything it offers is familiar to the extent where even though it's not a remake, it feels like one. Full Review
John Anderson
Variety
Public fascination with Texas Hold 'em and other poker variations will likely bolster B.O., though more discriminating auds may choose to pass. Full Review
Mark Olsen
Los Angeles Times
The direction by Gil Cates Jr. is inept at best, and the script by Cates and Marc Weinstock seems to operate under the assumption that trafficking in flabby clichés -- the kindly call girl, the scrappy youngster, the angry dad -- will somehow smooth over the underdeveloped characters. Full Review

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