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7 DAYS TO VEGAS

(R) Walk to Vegas - 93 min
  • DIRECTOR: Eric Balfour
  • STARRING: Vincent Van Patten, Ross McCall, Paul Walter Hauser |

SHOWTIMES 09/20/2019 (change date):

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Inspired by a true story about Hollywood big shots who will bet on anything.

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Overall Rating Based on 4 Reviews
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Frank
5 out of 5 stars

Sleeper hit

September 19, 2019
This is terrific gem of an indie film with a talented ensemble cast. We need more films like this. It's a fun ride with all kinds of craziness along the way.

NY movie lover
5 out of 5 stars

So much fun!

September 15, 2019
Saw this movie at a film festival and am thrilled it's opening in NY. Wish this had a wider opening because it deserves it. Do yourselves a favor and go see this film or rent it when available. You won't be disappointed.

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Brad
5 out of 5 stars

Loved It!!!!!!

July 19, 2019
I saw this film at the Palm Springs Festival in January and absolutely loved it. What a great surprise. Charming. Witty. Original. Can't wait to see it again in New York.

Johnny c
5 out of 5 stars

Another "Hangover?"

July 19, 2019
Has there ever been a dull movie with the word Vegas in the title? Definitely not 7 days to vegas. Thought this film was highly entertaining. What I liked about the film was it was just good fun without being the least bit pretentious. Very clever at times with several great twists. Including one that left the audience literally applauding...the film was really well written in the sense that the story kept you engaged and never a dull moment. ...there were also great performances, especially by the antagonist , sebastian, ross mcall, who may have stolen the film. The Van patten brothers, jimmy and vince were also terrific in their roles., as was Paul Walter Hauser who played the puppet man . What a goofball. This could very well be a sleeper, Great fun.