Two For The Money details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Ralph Garman, Al Pacino, Jeremy Piven, Matthew McConaughey, Jaime King, Rene Russo, Armand Assante|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
Two For The Money
|Run time:||1 hour 57 minutes|
|Rental release:||17 Jul 2006|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
After suffering a career-ending injury, a former college football star (Matthew McConaughey) aligns himself with one of the most reknown bookies in the sports-gambling business (Al Pacino).
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Not bad ... but not greatBy a customer from Northampton, England , 10 Mar 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]Saw this on a flight to Malaysia. This average drama has a good performance from Pacino but it is his usual bulstering larger than life characterisation we have seen in many of his films. He won't be winning any wards for this movie. I usually like Matthew Mc but in this film he seems to be going through the motions. Plot was average, not much excitement. The script and exchanges between characters were ok. Not really much else to say about this average film.
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Worth and evening inBy jimski (37 reviews) from Corwen , 26 Sep 2008Al Pacino in usual bravura style as the mentor to the new kid on the block. didn't say anything new but the interaction between the two main characters was good although he wife role could have been better fleshed out.
It was all by numbers but none the worse for that.
TWO FOR THE MONEYBy owain (37 reviews) from Bournemouth , 06 Sep 2008VERY ENTERTAINING, WELL WORTH A WATCH.
two for the moneyBy a customer from Hull , 24 Aug 2008did not like this at all. Seemed to go nowhere. Turned off
after half an hour
Very watchableBy giftofgab (7 reviews) from Redhill , 20 Aug 2008Don't quite know how this one got on my list but we sat down as a family to watch and it was quite entertaining.
Two For The MoneyBy Kela23 (636 reviews) from Wickford, Essex , 23 Jul 2008This film was absolutely terrible. I have only given one star and that is purely for Matthew McConnaughy working out in the film with no top on!! I really did not see the point of this film, unless you are American, enjoy College football and understand gambling then there is no point watching it. Al Pacino was just a sad character who I had no sympathy with. I am afraid I would not recommend this film to anybody!!