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21 (2008)

21 (2008)

"21" is a captivating film released in 2008, directed by Robert Luketic. Based on a true story, it follows Ben Campbell, a brilliant MIT student played by Jim Sturgess. In a bid to fund his education, Ben becomes part of a secret group of students led by Kevin Spacey's charismatic character. Together, they outsmart the Las Vegas casinos by counting cards in blackjack. The intense atmosphere is complemented by a stellar cast including Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne, and Aaron Yoo. If you're itching to experience the thrill and drama of "21," you can play and download the enticing sounds of this exhilarating movie right here.

A Korean immigrant who has only one leg.
A touch to the eye, we need to talk.
Act casual, think casual, be casual.
After 19 cups of coffee.
Against a 10 or an ace, it's a sucker play.
Against a five or a six, it'd be fine.
Against the highest up card a dealer can have, right?
All I'm saying is that we try it. You know?
All of it.
All right, all right.
All right, all right. Not sex, but...
All right, everybody.
All right, face card. Come on, monkey. Okay, monkey.
All right, guys, let's get something clear.
All right, here we go. Big money, now. Big money.
All right, let's go.
All right, look, Ben. I'm not gonna lie to you. You're good, you're very, very good.
All right, now listen. It's different out there this time.
All right, now somebody tell me something I don't already know.
All right, now, let's give Ben a chance for some extra credit, shall we?
All right, now, the game show host,
All right, take care, Bobby. All right?
All right, that's for you.
All right! I'm just gonna have to split those tens.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right. Let's go.
Although Newton has been dead for over 250 years, so it wasn't exactly a fair fight.
Always account for variable change.
And a hand running through perfect flowing hair meant only one thing.
And actually, I just found out today.
And at all times, you don't know each other.
And college bars that were always filled with frat dudes were upgraded to,
And everything you can get your hands on from the maid's cart? It's embarrassing.
And for another, after 1700, we know very little about Raphson
And get out. Get out now.
And he brought a whole lot more money with him.
And he understood, so he gave you an A.
And he was right.
And I been chasing Micky Rosa around here for too damn long.
And I can guarantee that you won't be bothered.
And I get up, I swear to God, Ben, I get up in front of the entire class and I say,
And I have a 4.0 GPA from MIT.
And I learned this new skill.
And I lied to my mother.
And I liked it.
And I might even get that sabbatical.
And I'd hate to lose you, if you know what I mean.
And I'm happy for you, you know? Winning the 2.09? That's great.
And I've never had a student as impressive as you.
And if I ever see you in this town again,
And if the start value is too far removed from true zero, then it fails.
And if we do well, if we do really well,
And if you want, I could probably get you an additional 10%
And it felt like it was never going to end.
And let simple math get his ass into a brand new car!
And most of whom have résumés just as impressive as yours.
And not everyone can do it.
And not prove to Ben that I can do more than just teach.
And now that I've gotten accepted, it seems to only come down to the money.
And play we did.
And publishing it under a pseudonym.
And second of all, I get it. I completely understand.
And sometimes, people lose control.
And that, my friend, is not so much of a problem as it is a major ass kicking.
And the best part, it's beatable.
And the reason that I have nothing is 'cause, well, I've done nothing.
And the rest were low cards with a value of plus one.
And the software does what it's supposed to do.
And then he drove us apart.
And then I will kill you.
And then, one September night,
And there's really not as much strategy to it as people think.
And they could have done great things together.
And they're betting the table minimum. They never fluctuate their bet.
And they're keeping the count waiting for one of these decks to get hot.
And tonight we forget about the past.
And was concerned with developing
And we can't mess around.
And we're not about to have them confiscate $250,000.
And what if he won?
And what's our motto?
And you are given a chance to choose from three different doors, all right?
And you damn well know it.
And you made more money than Fisher.
And you're accepted early into school here at Harvard Med,
And you're sure you didn't inlay the software on more space
And, Ben, you're gonna pay me that money, every penny, one way or the other.
And, Jim, I might even love you.
And, right now, it's not worth a hell of a lot!
And, you know, it's a real shame,
Any questions?
Anybody else?
Anyone who's in any kind of contact with me is getting so much luck today.
Anyway, counting cards isn't illegal.
Are those your friends over there?
Are you deliberately slow?
Are you insane?
Are you on drugs, Ben?
Are you out of your mind?
Are you serious?
Are you talking about counting cards?
As a team, yes.
At least I thought I was.
Based on variable change.
Because I knew the count, I knew which cards were left in the deck.
Because I wanna still be here. I like being here.
Because I'm already dating someone.
Because if Stupnitsky had just realized that he shouldn't have crossed Cauchy,
Because if you don't, you know exactly what I'm capable of doing,
Because there's a group that meets at Simpson Hall on Saturdays.
Beginner's luck.
Behind which sits a goat. Now...
Ben, game show host comes up to you.
Ben, give him the bag. Give him the bag. It doesn't matter. Give him the bag.
Ben, I said Google, not Sizzler.
Ben, it's all about the essay.
Ben, last year, the Robinson went to Hyum Jae Wook,
Ben, let the car drive by itself.
Ben, suppose you're on a game show.
Ben, this is for you. All the casinos have cameras in the ceiling.
Ben, you should feel the thrill
Ben, you were born for this.
Ben, you were dragged away in Vegas.
Ben, you're working too hard.
Ben. Good job.
Ben. Time for school.
Between the job and school and the 2.09, you've had no time for just yourself.
Biometric profile.
Biometrics. It's sort of like a fingerprint of your face.
Blackjack's a great game.
Both of whom are friends of mine, and who wrote glowing recommendations.
Boy genius.
Bring up a frame of that for me on the printer.
Bueller. Anyone? Bueller.
But after he opens one of the doors and then re offers me the choice,
But as it turns out, they weren't too bad at simple math either.
But as we've all said, this game is about the past and the future,
But Fisher's out.
But for the first time in my life, the world made itself easy for me.
But I confessed the lie, and, well, she still loved me.
But I don't trust the girls, and Choi is, well, Choi.
But I know someone who might be interested.
But I will give you one night.
But I worked out a deal with him that got him a nice pension.
But if we win the 2.09, I'm asking her out.
But it wasn't physics, chemistry and engineering. I was back to simple math,
But it's legal.
But Mr. Campbell, he kept emotions aside
But the return is gonna be the biggest.
But there was still one thing I couldn't get off my mind.
But you better believe that you're gonna make this up to me, big time.
But you did exactly what I told you not to. You got emotional and then you got stupid.
But, Fisher, what the hell were you up to last night?
But, really, don't worry about it.
By the way, you wanna lose the cigarette?
Cam, you owe another six bucks.
Can I split those?
Cards drawn are the past, ones to come are future.
Casino's gonna change out their chips, just like the MGM did after the Tyson fight.
Cats have nine lives.
Changing $10,000.
Choi, what do you say, man? You wanna make some money?
Choi, why don't you explain to Ben how we do?
Clark? I think I got something over here.
Cole Williams.
Cole. Your boy's back.
Come on, Ben. How much do you have saved back in Boston?
Come on, Jill. Come on!
Come on, just give me the chips!
Come on, kid.
Come on, kid. See if we can't get you that chicken dinner.
Come on, Micky. It can happen to anyone.
Come on.
Come on.
Congratulations, Ben.
Congratulations, Benjamin.
Congratulations. How does $8 an hour sound?
Could I color up, please?
Could you just excuse me for one second?
Count to five so I know you don't have brain damage, you can go home.
Count to five.
Count's plus 15.
Cross references it with a database of counters.
Damn it, Ben.
Decides to open another door. Let's say he chooses door number three.
Deck's heavy as hell and since I've been here, the true count's at plus 7.
Despite being tempted by the Nano Tex repellant,
Did you know Miles did the frosting on that? You see that?
Did you rehearse that?
Do you remember anything about him?
Don't ask questions.
Don't be rude, people.
Don't get used to it.
Don't you?
Door number one. Ben chooses door number one.
Double down.
Eight dollars?
Eight. Still plus 15.
Eight. The count's still plus 16.
Eights. Split eights.
End of an era, my friend.
Enlighten us.
Especially since my class is called Nonlinear Equations.
Every card had a value.
Every night after dinner, my father and I would play.
Everything's gone.