R | | Action, Comedy, Crime
A group of friends who meet regularly for game nights find themselves entangled in a real-life mystery when the shady brother of one of them is seemingly kidnapped by dangerous gangsters.
In keeping with the theme of games referenced in the film, there is a subtle reference to a classic 1970s board game. When the group first enter Donald Anderton's (Danny Huston) lavish home, the painting "Old Man with a Gold Chain" by Rembrandt can be seen ... ...
Don't even think about it, pig!
Gary: Can't say I care for that nomenclature.
When Max logs into Gary's computer, the password is visible as he is typing it. Any modern computer concerned with security -- of which a police computer would certainly be one -- does not display the password as you type.
The Warner Bros, New Line Cinema and Access Entertainment logos are in the form of game pieces.
Written and Performed by Hampton Hawes
Courtesy of Contemporary Records, a Division of Concord Music
$1,531,701 (Australia) (25 February 2018)
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