Based on a true story but fictionalized, this is the story of MIT students who counted cards in Vegas and made some good money. I won’t say more than that about the plot, but will say the movie was well done and I enjoyed it on my transatlantic flight from London to Cleveland.
It was cool to see Boston and Cambridge — MIT, the T, etc., on the big screen (err, laptop…).
Just one quote:
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery”
I would like to read the book “Bringing Down the House” that this movie was based on.
Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins in D minor (bwv 1043) showed up at one point, so that is now in my monthly play list.
I’ve been listening to the Double Violins for a few years now. That and Beethoven’s Tempest are a couple of my favorites. We’ll have to check out the movie. We both like Kevin Spacey.