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Never get your facial injections from some guy hanging around the Laundromatjust because he says you can get half off. get all polluted and play Russian Roulette with a can of spray whipped cream. Everyone loses, and everyone WINS!


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A year-old man playing with a pistol on Christmas Day accidentally killed himself when he put the weapon to his temple and fired.


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Way to be that guy. As if the rest of us had no clue. We all saw the same PSA you did. Fourth edit - > Russian roulette (Russian: Русская рулетка, Russkaya.


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Whoever gets shot loses (obviously?) The chamber is spun once at the start of the game and the shots are taken in order from there without spinning. If the bullet is.


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I mean if you have nothing to lose and you're desperate enough or don't have A smarmy form of Russian roulette, at first each man's gun has one bullet in the.


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It a game of pure random chance. It is the American version of the French film "13 Tzameti" that I liked it very much but this rather gave me some smiles along. If you haven't seen this, then watch the original. Not a lot of movies can make me feel tense or keep me at the edge of my seat. The protagonist steals the papers instead of finding them outside. This newer version is completely watered down, soft around the edges, and bereft of all the charm of the original. Still, the brutality and nihilism of the original, made all the starker by the black and white stock, really stuck with me, and I didn't feel as though I had quite the same experience when watching the remake. Step three, find a rapper that has no talent so that your culturally bereft urban youth have a reason to see the movie. As a viewer I felt like I was investing more energy into watching it than anybody put into making it, so i started to doze about halfway through. Unfortunately, a lot of the tension was also streamlined out this version, though I might be misjudging because I already knew the plot. Sign in to vote. Skip this movie, it's just not worth your time. I guess some people were expecting a traditional, by-the-numbers thriller with car chases and shoot-outs rather than a pensive, darker drama. Step two, give someone top billing even though their role is the lesser part of 5 minutes. I don't know about the original or anything, just came across this movie randomly and it is better than most thrillers nowadays. It share how far gambling men will go to get their thrills, making cock fights seem very tame. Alright, get the idea? The characters in it are preposterous. Vince follows the instructions and ends up in a complex scheme - the ultimate result of which is the fact that he becomes 13 in the gambling game. It wasn't so brilliant that it deserved a big money remake which in fact hurt the credibility of the film, and in my opinion, the reputation of the director. There, gangsters betting on other people's lives. The winner gets a little more then a million, the loser Never having seen the original I wasn't sure what to expect, and honestly I watched this because of Statham. I really liked the original French movie, though I found it to be a little pretentious. Rourke is entertaining as always, but you can tell it's just another shtick role for him, nobody was making much of an effort here. The game at hand is based on gathering quasi-desperate men prisoners, men deeply in debt, criminals who have little to lose, etc , placing them in a room with tee shirts bearing numbers, giving them guns, placing them in a circle, and on the command of the master of ceremonies they are to fire their gun into the head of the person in front of them. I mean, could there be such an underground gambling ring? Comparing this to "Death Race" I think is acceptable as it involves people doing their best to survive in a grotesque game. Good cast, OK movie. However, I'd highly recommend you see the original, instead. The main reason I wanted to see the remake was because of the cast, but it was a total let-down. Winner gets money.. This film is about an underground "game". Surprisingly, even the acting was much better in the original, despite being paid a fraction of this all-star cast. Co-writing this version with Gregory Pruss is the only aspect of this adaptation he shared. Beginning of the film where Vince is an electrician is too fast, we see him in glimpses when he connects two wires to a switch, Emmanuelle Chriqui appears for a few seconds but the good part is that True Blood fans have the chance to see Eric in another role than the vampire. For a movie billed as a thriller, it's lacking the tension that audiences expect, and, as a Jason Statham movie, it's lacking in Jason Statham scenes, which audiences will also expect. Step one, half ass a cast together of "big names" and provide a silly premise. But if you have seen this, I think the original is spoilt for you. Despite my criticism and lukewarm rating, I still liked 13, and I'd probably recommend it to people who haven't seen the original. Despite this, I've seen several people complain that this movie was too bleak and nihilist! Why would he act all surprised when his brother dies? Why would Stretham? A darkly entertaining movie about an underworld game of Russian Roulette. Vince Sam M. The gamblers place bets on the various numbered men and the stakes are high. Spin the chamber, cock the hammer, point at someone's head, while someone does the same to you, then shoot.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The original was good, but it was good to the point where it was a cool idea and they were able to make it with the budget they had and it worked. I mean if you have nothing to lose and you're desperate enough or don't have much to live for, then why not make money for your family while you're at it. Another remake which I think is pointless. This process is performed in a isolated meeting space and is closely scrutinized by detectives who seek to uncover the scheme and stop it. The story is a tough one to watch, not unlike 'Fight Club', but with higher stakes. The plot: Bewildered young man stumbles into a tense game of chance when he impetuously steals a dead man's invitation. Life is too short. The man plans on doing the job, receives an envelope with instructions, but then shoots up heroin and dies of an overdose. All the minor differences favor the original. This film has no redeeming qualities. Was this review helpful? I'm not one of those snobs who thinks that the original movie is always better than the remake, but, in this case, I think it's true. Step four,rely upon arty cinematography as the culturalification of the movie, legitimizing that its no better than a bottom shelf rental. But the production and the acting and the grisly atmosphere is well worth the moviegoer's attention. Vince helps the police who investigate, but before leaving the house Vince takes the envelope that contains instructions and a cell phone and a piece of bark with the number 13 printed on it. The original French version was also a bit more bleak and nihilist, which I think was watered down for American version. The acting was good and depicted the proper human emotions in these types of situations. Everything from the wide angle tracking shots to the roofing opposed to electricity the whole in the roof was a nice device , the death in the bath as opposed to the chair, the globe hiding spot, the little sister of the protagonist in the original had a more authentic cuteness about her than the WASPY mainstream girl in this one. Grady Harp. What I like about the plot is how plausible it is. Rich people dress up in tuxedos, act all high-class, and bet on which participant will win. Quite by accident while doing an electrical job he over hears the house owner discuss a 'job' that promises to pay a lot of money. He may have ruined his career with this terrible remake. That such a gruesome gambling scheme could exist is terrifying. I really don't understand how movies like this get made. It's a better movie. Also the pacing is ponderous. The bookies offer odds. This is definitely not a film for the fainthearted. Hide Spoilers. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Sign In. Riley of 'Control' and 'Brighton Rock' is a young electrician whose father has been in an accident resulting in sever injuries that require multiple surgeries. A smarmy form of Russian roulette, at first each man's gun has one bullet in the chamber, but as the game goes on more bullets are placed and the game continues until there is one man left alive. While "Death Race" was about cars and you had more of a separation from the killing, this one is in your face. Okay, so the plot is particularly stupid. It's a dumb excuse for voyeuristic sadism. Enjoyed it thoroughly, no complaints here. The beginning was a little slow, but when the game started it really picked up and was interesting and very disturbing at the same time. Why would the brother do this? Others sequestered for the killer game include Mickey Rourke, Ray Winstone, and among those involved in the offensive debacle are Alexander Skarsgard, Ben Gazzara, and emcee Michael Shannon. I guess it's not that much of a stretch given how much insanity exists in the world. It doesn't make sense. Vince's family must put their house up for sale to pay the expenses unless Vince can find a quicker way to make big money to pay the hospital and surgeons. Judged on its own merits, I think this is an enjoyable movie, but it doesn't live up to the original. The American remake excises all of the art house elements in favor of big name actors, a curiously extended back story for Mickey Rourke's character, and some really bizarre but awesome acting from Michael Shannon. Sequences follow each other too smoothly and leaves the viewer thinking about the scenes and have to put them together to understand what is happening. How can they offer odds on a game of pure random chance? Very dark, very tense. He had his breakthrough movie, and then he could have followed up with a similarly creative idea. All in all this movie just seemed incredibly lazy and it didn't seem like anyone working on the movie cared about the final product. The ending of the film is a complete surprise and revealing even part of it would ruin the impact of the film. If I hadn't seen the original and liked it so much, I'd probably rate this a bit higher.