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Smokin' Aces

Rated R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language, some nudity and drug use.

R In Theaters 01/26/2007 , 108min.
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Critic score based on 32 reviews

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July 16, 2008
I found this movie to be a must see myself never watching again, aside from a few scenes which appeared to be demonstrations on the workings of some the most powerful weapons made, couldnt find anything else to hold my attention..........
May 22, 2008
if you rent this movie u will definently be getting your moneys worth. great action scenes, a well developed plot, a great cast, and a fantastic plot twist make this movie worth seeing
May 22, 2008
I'm so sick of seeing predictable movies thinking 'gee I wonder what's going happen next'. in this movie I had no clue what was going to happen. The acting was great, the witting was great,
May 22, 2008
Very far-fetched and mediocre. Not worth my $6.25
May 22, 2008
This movie was really weird. It was hard to understand. I give it a D. Dont waste your money wait until the dvd comes out.

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A.O. Scott
The New York Times
A Viagra suppository for compulsive action fetishists and a movie that may not only be dumb in itself, but also the cause of dumbness in others. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
The film tries to be stylish and slick, but is mostly just nasty and blood-drenched. Piven, so funny in other film roles and on TV's "Entourage," overdoes it here, and extended scenes of his debauchery grow excessive and thuddingly dull. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Smokin' Aces is awash in ammo and carnage, but it chugs to the finish line with a tank full of sludge. Full Review
James Berardinelli
Smokin' Aces is Tarantino lite - a vague and unsuccessful attempt to bring together a bunch of offbeat, unrelated characters in a situation where a bloody resolution is inescapable. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
Calling Joe Carnahan's movie heartless implies that this auteur of affectless anarchy might have meant to invest it with detectable human feelings, and failed. Better to call it heart-free. Full Review

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