Snake Eyes

"Weak"

Snake Eyes Review


It's not as bad as you've heard, but this De Palma/Cage thriller set entirely at a thrown boxing match in an Atlantic City casino blows multiple opportunities to have a lot of fun within its high-tech environs. Mediocre, but watchable.


Snake Eyes

Facts and Figures

Run time: 98 mins

In Theaters: Friday 7th August 1998

Box Office Worldwide: $104M

Budget: $73M

Distributed by: Paramount Pictures

Production compaines: Paramount Pictures, DeBart, Touchstone Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 40%
Fresh: 26 Rotten: 39

IMDB: 5.9 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer:

Starring: as Rick Santoro, as Commander Kevin Dunne, as Gilbert Powell, as Julia Costello, as Anthea, as Lincoln Tyler, as Lou Logan, as Jimmy George, as Charles Kirkland, as Cyrus, as Ned Campbell, as Walt McGahn, Chip Zien as Mickey Alter, Michaella Bassey as Tyler's Party Girl #2, Paul Joseph Bernardo as Casino Security #1, Jernard Burks as Tyler's Bodyguard, as C.J.


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