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Two for the Money

Year:
Duration:
122 min
Genres:
Drama | Sport | Thriller
IMDB rate:
6.2
Director:
D.J. Caruso
Awards:
1 nomination
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2005-10-07
Filming Locations: 55th Street & 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Earnings
Budget: $20,000,000
Opening Weekend: $8,703,240 (USA) (9 October 2005)
Gross: $22,862,049 (USA) (13 November 2005)
Cast
Actor
Character
Rene Russo
Rene Russo
Two for the Money
Al Pacino
Walter
Matthew McConaughey
Brandon
Armand Assante
Novian
Jeremy Piven
Jerry
Jaime King
Alexandria
Kevin Chapman
Southie
Ralph Garman
Reggie
Gedde Watanabe
Milton
Carly Pope
Tammy
Charles Carroll
Chuck
Gerard Plunkett
Herbie (as Gerrard Plunkett)
Craig Veroni
Amir
James Kirk
Denny
Chrislyn Austin
Julia
Denise Galik
Brandon's Mom
Gary Hudson
Brandon's Dad
Jeremy Guilbaut
Mitch
Steve Makaj
Coach
Stephen Dimopoulos
Steve
Michael Rogers
Stu
William S. Taylor
Leon
Veena Sood
G.A. Hostess
Adrian Holmes
G.A. Member #2
Trevor Roberts
G.A. Member #3
Michael P. Northey
G.A. Member #4
Brad Kelly
Novian's Bodyguard
Jason Schombing
Mercedes Dealer
Louis Mustillo
Doorman
Luciana Carro
Gail
Kendall Cross
Make-Up Artist
David Lovgren
TV Technician
Malcolm Scott
Man in Window
J.B. McEown
Teammate
Robin Mossley
Waiter at Restaurant
Raimund Stamm
Man #1 at Restaurant
Jonathan Bruce
Man #2 at Restaurant
Barry LeBrock
TV Announcer
Joel Myers
TV Announcer
Ron Pitts
TV Announcer
Jim Rome
Himself
Trevor Babers
Football Player
Gene Bolton
Football Player
Jarrod Bunch
Football Player
John Clark Jr.
Football Player
Dustin Dennard
Football Player
Stefan Gamlin
Football Player
Derek Graf
Football Player
Cedric Jefferson
Football Player
Mike Jones
Football Player
Tyrone Jones Jr.
Football Player
Horace Knight
Football Player
Ty Law
Football Player
Marq Massengale
Football Player (as Marques Massengale)
O.J. McClintock
Football Player
Dewayne Patmon
Football Player
Kevin Reid
Football Player
Justin Riemer
Football Player
Christopher Robbins
Football Player (as Chris Robbins)
Mazio Royster
Football Player (as Maxio Royster)
Jeff Sanders
Football Player (as Jeffrey Sanders)
Brandon Tully
Football Player
Zach Wilson
Football Player
Ildiko Ferenczi
Friend (uncredited)
Josh Hayden
Young Football Player (uncredited)
Brandon Lang
Man Greeting Brandon (uncredited)
Chooch Paglaro
TV studio stage manager (uncredited)
David C. Robinson
Man walking by traffic light (uncredited)
Joel Ross
Bartender (uncredited)
April Telek
Young Woman (unconfirmed) (uncredited)
Susan Ward
Girl in sportscar (uncredited)
Jackson Warris
Young Brandon at 7 (uncredited)
Tyler James Williams
Guest at Party (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Based on the true story of Brandon Lang. The real Lang is in a scene greeting Matthew McConaughey.
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One of the movie's producers, David C. Robinson (the son of the owner of the studio that made the movie), and his wife, Susan Ward, appear in non-speaking, uncredited cameos in the movie's opening scenes.
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At the time of the film's theatrical debut, the phone number featured on Walter's television show (1 800 BET ON IT) was the number of an actual sports advice service.
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Goofs
When Brandon is driving Toni to work, there is no front NY license plate on his car, but when he pulls away, the license plate is there.
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During the final big game before Brandon Lang leaves town, the score is shown as being 0 to 14. During a halftime announcement, a commentator calls the score as being 0 to 10.
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When Brandon and Walter are discussing the playoff loss, Walter tries to light his cigarette with his right had though it is in his mouth backwards, then Toni walks and yells at him he is still holding a lighter but in-between shots the lighter is replaced by an unwrapped lollipop.
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Quotes
Walter Abrams: I will match my dysfunctional childhood and Tony's against yours, any day of the week.
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Toni Morrow: I'm married to Walter.
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Walter Abrams: You know, the best part of the best drug in the world isn't the high. It's the moment just before you take it. The dice are dancing on the table. Between now and the time they stop, that's the greatest high in the world.
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Photos from cast
Rene Russo
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