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Poker NightThe British authorities know Chun is a corrupt police inspector but have not been able to infiltrate his inner circle. Da gangster kingpin, anti-Manchu revolutionaries, some runaway pirates, Manchu Loyalists and a corrupt police superintendent.
Critic Reviews of "Poker Night"Los Angeles TimesDecember 22, 2014
"Poker Night" brings to mind so many forgettable thrillers from the 1990s, films that aimed to impress stylistically but ultimately were met with indifference.VarietyDecember 20, 2014
Flashbacks within flashbacks exhaust viewer patience in this snarky mix of crime, action and sadism.Contactmusic.comJanuary 12, 2015
Refusing to settle down to focus on its intriguing central story, filmmaker Greg Francis whirls around through a series of whizzy flashbacks that layer in all kinds of subtext and interest.Tribune News ServiceDecember 24, 2014
Solid cast tripped up by a too-simple but overly tricky storyMark Leeper's ReviewsDecember 18, 2014
Goes from comedy to horror to suspense. The visual story telling is tricky and the writing is even more so.The DissolveDecember 10, 2014
The majority of it runs at the speed of the last five minutes of a Christopher Nolan film, when entire story beats are compressed into a shot or a line.Film Journal InternationalDecember 10, 2014
Poker Night is a clever little piece of filmmaking.Blu-ray.comDecember 04, 2014
The picture is impossible to take seriously, finding its mix of dark comedy and shock value painfully awkward, unfunny, and devoid of scares.We Got This CoveredDecember 02, 2014
Poker Night is a "wild card" watch, but Greg Francis flashes a winning hand by making a memorable monster out of Michael Eklund.
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