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The Last of Sheila back to product details

Game theory
written by Cinenaut May 14, 2004 - 9:54 AM PDT
4 out of 4 members found this review helpful
This movie is great fun. James Coburn plays a game enthusiast who loves all sorts of games from charades to Clue. He invites a group of friends for a yacht cruise during which they'll play a game he's devised. Each player is given a card that must be kept secret and the other players have to figure out which card each person has based on a set of elaborate clues. The game looks like it would be tons of fun, but of course, things don't work out as planned. The cast is great (in that 70s kind of way), there's a lot of humor and the plot was twisty enough to keep me guessing until near the end of he movie.


(Average 6.71)
24 Votes
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