Guns Girls and Gambling

Guns Girls and Gambling  Guns Girls and Gambling is a 2012 American thriller/action comedy film written and directed by Michael Winnick. It also features an ensemble cast which includes Gary Oldman, Christian Slater, Helena Mattison and many more well-known actors and actresses.

Guns, Girls, and Gambling is about an Apache war mask stolen from an Indian Casino which sees a group of criminals descending on the small town in the hope of claiming the stolen artefact. It’s filled with Elvis impersonators, a Blonde assassin who prefers women to men and many other seedy characters in this outrageous action comedy about greed and revenge.

The Main Story

John Smith is the main character and played by Christian Slater. He stops off at a Native American Casino. After being robbed of his wallet and losing all his money in a Texas Hold ’em Poker game he decides to enter an Elvis impersonation competition.

He loses the competition but then proceeds to play cards with four other Elvis Impersonators who won all his money off him. After the game, he falls asleep and is woken by security guards who think he stole a priceless ancient Native American mask.

Witnesses said they saw an Elvis Impersonator steal the mask, so John becomes the prime suspect. 2 security guards don’t believe John took it, but they decide to kill him anyway, while they hunt for the real suspect. The Casino Owner offers a $1,000,000 reward for the return of the mask. The movie goes through John’s pursuit, with many people joining in on the search to get the reward money.

The Ending

The movie is full of twists and turns, and in the end, John manages to steal the mask and returns it to the native tribe that the casino owner had initially stolen it from.

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