The Card Counter (2021) 720p YIFY Movie

The Card Counter (2021)

The film, written and directed by Schrader, follows William Tell (Oscar Isaac), a gambler and former serviceman who sets out to reform a young man seeking revenge on a mutual enemy from their past. Tell just wants to play cards. His spartan existence on the casino trail is shattered when he is approached by Cirk, a vulnerable and angry young man seeking help to execute his plan for revenge on a retired military major. Tell sees a chance at redemption through his relationship with Cirk. Gaining backing from mysterious gambling financier La Linda, Tell takes Cirk with him on the road, going from casino to casino until the unlikely trio set their sights on winning the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. But keeping Cirk on the straight-and-narrow proves impossible, dragging Tell back into the darkness of his past. —Variety

IMDB: 6.82 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1020.57M
  • Resolution: 1280*766 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 111
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 59

The Synopsis for The Card Counter (2021) 720p

The film, written and directed by Schrader, follows William Tell (Oscar Isaac), a gambler and former serviceman who sets out to reform a young man seeking revenge on a mutual enemy from their past. Tell just wants to play cards. His spartan existence on the casino trail is shattered when he is approached by Cirk, a vulnerable and angry young man seeking help to execute his plan for revenge on a retired military major. Tell sees a chance at redemption through his relationship with Cirk. Gaining backing from mysterious gambling financier La Linda, Tell takes Cirk with him on the road, going from casino to casino until the unlikely trio set their sights on winning the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. But keeping Cirk on the straight-and-narrow proves impossible, dragging Tell back into the darkness of his past. —Variety


The Director and Players for The Card Counter (2021) 720p

[Director]Paul Schrader
[Role:]Tye Sheridan
[Role:]Oscar Isaac
[Role:]Tiffany Haddish


The Reviews for The Card Counter (2021) 720p


Collision course of haunted pasts with promising futuresReviewed byklusebaVote: 7/10

The Card Counter is a crime drama with significant ups and downs which makes for an overall slightly above average viewing experience.

The story revolves around William Tell, a former private first class, who has spent an eight-year stint in a military prison for his role in torture and prisoner abuse in Iraq. Once out of prison, he is living a lonely life on the road as a gambler who is traveling from one casino to another. He grows closer to an acquaintance from the gambling world named La Linda who is escaping from her own violent past and planning on finding a sponsor for the talented gambler. William Tell meets a young drifter named Cirk Baufort who is in a negative state of mind after years of mental and physical abuse from his father who eventually committed suicide. The trio starts traveling together but just as the three loners feel like they have finally found purpose in life, tragedy puts their relationships to the test.

The Card Counter convinces on several levels. First of all, the three lead characters are intriguing and have much depth. Their background stories share violent similarities but also distinct differences that make each character charismatic and unique. The relationship between these characters is constantly shifting and changing from start to finish.

The movie also has a gripping sinister undertone. This atmosphere is provided by repetitive locations such as anonymous motels, boring highways and soulless casino alleys. It's further supported by dimmed light effects. The moody soundtrack plays in appropriately as well.

The film's final thirty minutes are certainly the highlight as things spin out of control. These scenes will keep you on the edge of your seat and keep viewers guessing how things are going to unfold until the final scene that is both beautiful and tragic.

On the other side, the movie also has several downsides. Its pace is very slow which makes it difficult to get into the film in the first place and keep watching it until the rewarding finale.

The actions and dialogues are as repetitive as the atmosphere and locations. The film shows several overlong gambling segments and the conversations revolve around haunting pasts colliding with potentially brighter futures.

Despite its downsides, The Card Counter has grown on me and is worth a try if you like slow-paced dramas with a violent twist carried by profound characters. The movie needs some time to get started and certainly has several lengths but all those things pay off in the final thirty minutes of this charismatic crime drama.

Not my tasteReviewed byMovi3DOVote: 7/10

Pick a card.

Another movie from director Paul Schrader, the man behind First Reformed, a disturbing masterpiece that I absolutely loved. This one was also executively produced by Martin Scorsese, so naturally I had high hope for this movie.

This gotta be one of the weirdest movie that I have watched. For the first hour and 15 minutes, I was very confused about what was going on. The pacing was slow and pensive with Oscar Isaac character going between casinos. There were large amounts of crash courses on blackjack and a major interrogation program. I was bored out of my life.

Only after that the movie revealed itself: a tale of redemption. Things got more disturbing and captured my attention. The cast was all good. Willem Dafoe had too little screen time to make a mark.

In reflection, the style and storytelling were similar to First Reformed, but Reformed was way more disturbing, and I could see where the movie was going, which was scary. Card Counter, though, felt directionless for the majority of its runtime, so I didn't feel the impact much.

Overall, it's not my taste. 6/10.

An interesting premise, but man, was the execution poorReviewed bySpiderboy810Vote: 4/10

I was in the movie theater a few weeks ago and saw a poster for this movie which I had never heard of before. It had Oscar Isaac, Tiffany Haddish, Willam Dafoe, and was produced by Martin Scorsese, how had I not heard of it? Then, a few minutes later, I saw the trailer. It looked interesting, showing an army veteran going into gambling while dealing with his past. It seemed like it would be pretty good.

Key word there is "seemed"

This movie started off pretty well, with Oscar Issac's character playing blackjack while, in typical Scorsese fashion, narrating to us how counting cards works. However, it's only downhill from there. The movie seems to have an identity crisis, with two different plots that never seem to mesh together well. Not to mention the fact that either plot really isn't that interesting. The card playing scenes are the best parts of the movie, but it takes forever to get to them.

(Side Tangent: You gotta love how this movie's about someone who learned how to cheat at blackjack, and then spends the whole movie playing poker. Like, it's literally the title of the movie, how do you mess this up? Tangent over.)

One of the few good things about this movie is the performances. While the script is pretty meh, the cast does the best they can with it, and they do well. I mean, they're basically reading nothing, but at least they read it well.

"The Card Counter" had promise, but almost instantly fell on its face. The slow pacing, the bland story, and the general lack of any real substance to anything happening makes it a rather forgettable movie. There isn't much to gain from watching this, so don't feel bad if you miss it. There's much better things to watch right now.

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