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|The Casino Job|
Actors: Amylia Joiner, Dean Mauro, Ilsa Martinez, Jay Anthony Franke, Irina Voronina
Director: Christopher Robin Hood
Genres: Action & Adventure
Sexy Vegas strippers thought they came up all aces after successfully pulling off a plan to rob a casino. But one member of the team is holding a card that no one sees coming.
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Casino Job Review
K. Guertin | Burbank California | 03/10/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's a cool film and it's full of hot chicks. It a great trip to Vegas with out leaving the couch. Me and my girlfriend rented it and we both liked it. It was funnier than we though it would be. If you like vegas, hot nude chicks, and caper flix this is your film. If you want great cinema rent "Gone with the Wind.""
Got my Vegas Fix!
devin pinto | South Jersey USA | 03/15/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"For a low budget independent film I was pleasantly surprised. I thought Jay Anthony Franke and Dean Mauro were great in this, and it's always nice to see a hot playmate! I hadn't expected to, but I found myself laughing a lot , and who doesn't love Vegas! I'm glad it's now on my self."
Casino Job plays Vegas!
Movie Fanatic | LasVegas, Nevada | 02/18/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I attended The Casino Job Las Vegas Movie Premiere at the Silverton Pavillion this week that was well received by a full house. It's great to see a local Vegas Production company hit with a movie that portrays Real Las Vegas. The cast is as Hot in person as they are on the big screen and the entertaining story line carried some good twists. Not to give away the story line entirely, but this film is about 5 sexy Las Vegas strippers that create an elaborate plot to take revenge on a Casino Owner.
Pretty far removed from The Strip . . .
trebe | 02/20/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Set in Nevada, The Casino Job (2009) is an independent film about a group of strippers that scheme to take revenge on a casino owner. While the storyline seems to hold together well enough, this is not a film that showcases the glamour and glitz of Vegas. The targeted casino is not a megaresort like The Bellagio, Caesar's Palace, or The Wynn. Here, we are dealing with a small local's casino, so if you are expecting high class and affluence, you will be sadly disappointed. The name of the casino is not mentioned, but the Avi Resort and Casino, in Laughlin, appears in the film, and used as a location for filming.
Except for the frequent instances of nudity, the film has a low budget, or made for TV look. The acting talent is a mixed assortment, with some in key roles, making their film debuts. At times the acting suffers, or the dialog isn't very polished, but that might be expected in a semi-exploitive, low budget project, that features all of the leading ladies getting naked. The film was written and directed by Christopher Robin Hood, who incorporates his experiences from working as a dealer in Las Vegas, into his screenplay.
Barry (Dean Mauro) a casino owner, hires a group of four strippers to appear at his home, to impress some business associates. After the party winds up, one of girls, Jennifer (Amylia Joiner), later claims that Barry raped her after the others had left. When going to the police fails, the ladies (Joiner, Ilsa Mariel, Julia Beatty, Deanna Minerva) decide to get revenge. To do this, they need help, and enlist the aid of Scribe (Jay Anthony Franke) a dealer at Barry's casino. With his expertise, they formulate a plan to take Barry's money, and also cause him to lose his gaming license.
The team comes together (in more ways than one), with the addition of Duncan (Curtis Joe Walker), a cashier in Barry's casino, and Paradise (Irina Voronina), a stripper that Barry is attracted to. Locating a suitable employee of the Nevada Gaming Commisson, clears the way for the plan to proceed. When the opportunity comes, the quick thinking of Paradise (who is quite the player), keeps the plan on course to success, and she also thwarts Barry's attempt at revenge. In the end, everyone gets screwed in one form or another, but in a mean twist, the players get played.
The Casino Job features a competently executed, but unflashy con job, and is only mildly recommended because of the titillation factor. Writer/director Chris Hood's commentary is nice extra, but sometimes provides a bit too much background information, about how his low budget production came to be. According to Hood, the card substitution ploy used to cheat the casino, had actually been done. Irina Voronina (Playboy Playmate, January 2001), is a pretty decent actress, who brings some much needed personality and attitude to a key role, and along with Dean Mauro gives the film a more humorous edge."