I’m thankful for the number of people who have viewed this site over the last few months.  I’m not as impressed, however, by the limited amount of participation.  In this day and age where everyone, everywhere, spouts their opinion about the goofiest subjects, why haven’t the masses participated in this fun-loving forum?  Maybe this post will bring you out of the woodwork.

In your opinion, what is the best movie or TV scene involving the game of blackjack?  [You get extra points for attaching a link to the source.]

My favorite is Joe Pesci getting pissed at the dealers in “Casino.”  I found the scene on YouTube, but only in French:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQ7HWq46hDg

 

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12 responses »

  1. Hot98.5DJ says:

    the way vince vaughan lost quickly in Swingers happens all the time in real life. Bad money management at the table.

    • Glen Wiggy says:

      I agree with you, DJ. That scene is “MONEY”…one of the most realistic depictions of rookie gamblers anywhere. However, it was Jon Favreau, not Vince Vaughn, who lost the chips quickly. Here is the clip:

      Glen

  2. Sean Williamson says:

    Check out this video on YouTube:

  3. Sean Williamson says:

    Austin Powers baby

  4. Glen Wiggy says:

    I received an email from Sun Lee saying, “Bugs Bunny playing black jack” I did some poking around on YouTube to find this clip…you can start at 2:40 to see the game, but then you’d miss Blacque Jacque Shellacque introducing himself:

  5. Taylor says:

    tosh.o betting money that was for charity

  6. Glen Wiggy says:

    Good one, Taylor. Here is the link. If it doesn’t work, try searching “Tosh.O blackjack” to view it elsewhere.

    http://tosh.comedycentral.com/video-clips/memorabilia-dump—uncensored

  7. Lisa says:

    What about all of the movie 21? Or do you expert players think it is too much hollywood?

    • Glen Wiggy says:

      I liked the movie, Lisa, because of the accurate depiction of the adrenaline rush that the kid initially experienced. I’ve had the same thing happen to me many times, although with not as many zeroes in my winning numbers. What the movie didn’t show is all the meaningless hands that happen before and after the exciting card-counting bet sequences.

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