R | | Drama, Romance
In an old school Las Vegas casino, its top gambling jinx breaks his curse when he falls in love, much to his boss' consternation.
Ron Livingston based his character on guys he knew that worked in the corporate world. Livingston's approach was to make his character exist as if he were the New Vegas taking over Old Vegas.
Where's Bernie, they're killing us. Yeah, we need him right away.
Natalie's hair changes several times between shots when telling Bernie about her 'Little Joe.'
Maria Bello's face is reflected on the side of the "Lady Luck" hotel.
The film was cut by the MPAA to achieve an R rating.
$128,973 (USA) (30 November 2003)
$8,243,880 (USA) (21 March 2004)