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The Card Counter

The Card Counter

He's Playing the Hand He Was Dealt.

William 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 military colonel. Tell sees a chance at redemption through his relationship with Cirk. But keeping Cirk on the straight-and-narrow proves impossible, dragging Tell back into the darkness of his past.

Release Date : 03 Sep, 2021
Duration : 1h 51m
Drama Crime Thriller
Vote Average : 6.2 Vote Count : 688 Popularity : 19.716

Top Billed Casting

  • Oscar Isaac

    Oscar Isaac

    William 'Tell' Tillich


  • Tiffany Haddish

    Tiffany Haddish

    La Linda


  • Tye Sheridan

    Tye Sheridan

    Cirk Baufort


  • Willem Dafoe

    Willem Dafoe

    Maj. John Gordo


  • Alexander Babara

    Alexander Babara

    Mr. USA


  • Bobby C. King

    Bobby C. King

    Slippery Joe


  • Ekaterina Baker

    Ekaterina Baker



  • Dylan Flashner

    Dylan Flashner

    Sergeant Hoskins


  • Adrienne Lau

    Adrienne Lau



  • Joel Michaely

    Joel Michaely



  • Rachel Michiko Whitney

    Rachel Michiko Whitney



  • Britton Webb

    Britton Webb

    Roger Baufort


  • Amye Gousset

    Amye Gousset

    Judy Baufort


  • Billy Slaughter

    Billy Slaughter

    Lackey #1


  • Joseph Singletary

    Joseph Singletary



  • Kirill Sheynerman

    Kirill Sheynerman

    Prison Guard


  • Shane LeCocq

    Shane LeCocq

    Lackey #2


  • Olivia Peck

    Olivia Peck



  • Rob Eubanks

    Rob Eubanks

    Second Player


  • April Alsbury

    April Alsbury

    Casino Patron


  • Marlon Hayes

    Marlon Hayes

    Poker tournament Attendant


  • Alireza Mirmontazeri

    Alireza Mirmontazeri

    Military Guard


  • Fran Robertson

    Fran Robertson

    Casino Patron


  • Brittney Souther

    Brittney Souther

    Female Prison Guard


  • Kate Lyn Whitaker

    Kate Lyn Whitaker

    News Anchor / Female Soldier


  • Amia Edwards

    Amia Edwards

    Tournament Clerk




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A review by itsogs

Written by itsogs on 04 Oct, 2021

I had a little trouble following the story, and I thought it was somewhat dark. I am sure there is an audience for this kind of production, but I struggled to make it to the end. On the plus side, Oscar Isaac did a good job portraying his part.⭐⭐⭐...

A review by ummagumma

Written by ummagumma on 05 Dec, 2021

A confused mess... Spoilers towards the end are flagged. The main storyline is only driven by a strange decision by an older man to invite an obviously mentally unstable 20 something year old man on an all expenses paid road trip across America... For reasons, the mentally unstable man then decid...

A review by MSB

Written by MSB on 16 Dec, 2021

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ "The Card Counter is a protagonist-driven narrative focused on a hauntingly captivating redemption arc intensely elevated by an exceptional lead performance from Oscar Isaac. The actor ends hi...

A review by CinemaSerf

Written by CinemaSerf on 27 Mar, 2022

I'm not quite sure what I was expecting - but this rather meandering drama left me leaving the cinema asking what or whom this film was for? Oscar Isaac ("William Tell") is a gambler - a successful, under the radar kind of fellow - with a military past steeped in trauma. He encounters a young man "C...

A review by JPRetana

Written by JPRetana on 29 Aug, 2022

It’s fitting that The Card Counter’s protagonist’s last name is Tell. Not because he has one (as played by Oscar Isaac, he doesn’t have a poker face so much as he is perennially inexpressive), but because writer/director Paul Schrader (unusually phoning it in) lazily favors ‘telling’ ove...

A review by badelf

Written by badelf on 08 Sep, 2022

A quintessentially Paul Schrader-esque movie. It certainly is not everyone's cup of tea. It's very dark and it's all in the head. Having friends, though, who survived Vietnam and another who still suffers PTSD from Iraq, I rather enjoyed this psychological drama. It brings a sense of closure to true...