Snake Eyes (1998)

R   |    |  Crime, Mystery, Thriller

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A shady police detective finds himself in the middle of a murder conspiracy at an important boxing match in an Atlantic City casino.

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  • Gary Sinise in Snake Eyes (1998)
  • David Arquette and Courteney Cox at an event for Snake Eyes (1998)
  • Brian De Palma in Snake Eyes (1998)
  • Nicolas Cage and Gary Sinise in Snake Eyes (1998)
  • Nicolas Cage and Gary Sinise in Snake Eyes (1998)
  • Patricia Arquette and Nicolas Cage at an event for Snake Eyes (1998)

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7 March 2002 | Special-K88
falls apart after the intro
Cage is a slick, crooked Atlantic City cop with dreams of making it to the big time. While attending a highly publicized boxing match with friend and Naval officer Sinise, he finds himself in the midst of a conspiracy after an important political figure is assassinated by a Middle Eastern terrorist, and for the first time he decides to try and complete his job in honest fashion. Stylish but disappointing thriller begins with nifty camera work and has the makings of something really special, but once you get past all the fancy tricks there's really nothing left to hold your interest. Even worse, the film clearly suffers from some last minute edits. **

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