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Additionally, another car appears with a Florida license on the front. See more » "Casino Jack" is the story of a government scandal, something we've become quite used to in this country. I'm not sure if the distribution was limited, but this movie lost money big time, and it didn't cost that much to start. Kevin Spacey stars as Jack Abramoff, a lobbyist turned criminal, as if what he was doing wasn't criminal enough, though legal.Continue Reading

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Only commercial tractor trucks carry Florida plates on the front. I could be any one of them." Well guess what, you can't. Cause in reality, mediocrity is where most people live. Abramoff (Spacey), who was staying within legal bounds as a lobbyist, gets greedy and with his business partner Mike Scanlon (Pepper) starts taking exorbitant fees from various Indian tribes supposedly to help them with their casino businesses.Continue Reading

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People look at politicians and celebrities on the TV and the newspapers, glossy magazines - what do they see? Abramoff uses the money to open restaurants, a school for Jewish children, buy a fabulous home, all kinds of things. In one scene, Abramoff flies a bunch of politicos someplace and shows them a good time. When a front man is needed, Abramoff turns to a mattress salesman (Lovitz) to help make a deal. Abramoff ultimately is under investigation, his good friend, Senator Tom Delay, has to resign from the Senate, and the subpoenas start coming.Continue Reading

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The idea behind lobbying is that special interest groups - say, an Indian casino, pays a lobbyist who in turn pays congressmen to help smooth the way for the special interest via passage of laws, getting licensing, things of that sort. Kevin Spacey is excellent as the confident, charming, aggressive Abramoff, who thinks he has a lot of friends in high places. Someone commented that they saw Abramoff interviewed and he seemed quite different from Spacey.Continue Reading