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Film Review - Inside Game


Actor Randall Batinkoff (“For Keeps,” “School Ties”) returns to the director’s chair for “Inside Game,” which explores the true story of three childhood friends who decided to take advantage of a unique situation, setting up a massive betting scheme involving the NBA. The production would probably like to be a Scorsese-lite endeavor with budgetary extravagance to work with, but Batinkoff doesn’t have much cash to spend and time to work with, offering a modest understanding of a bad situation that spirals out of control. The helmer has his cast, who keep the movie on its feet, delivering charismatic and emotional performances, but the rest of “Inside Game” feels awfully small, while immersion into the world of bookies and sports betting is a major “love it or leave it” element of the viewing experience. Read the rest at


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