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Film Review - Domino: Battle of the Bones


A few features have included dominoes in a peripheral fashion, but “Domino: Battle of the Bones” attempts to transform the game into sporting cinema. Directors Baron Davis, Steven V. Vasquez, and Carl Reid come together to turn a static game with sitting players into a heated battle of attitudes and family, endeavoring to make a comedy with broad characters and crazy situations. It’s so incredibly odd to encounter a movie about the world of dominoes, but that initial strangeness represents the only interesting thing about the picture. “Domino: Battle of the Bones” doesn’t push hard enough to understand the game and its passionate participants. Instead, the endeavor wants to be a dopey comedy, and an unfunny one at that, spending a painfully long run time on bad jokes and shrill performances. Read the rest at


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