Watch Moola

"All it takes is one bright idea."
  • PG-13
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 48 min
  • 5.1  (423)

Moola is a comedy-drama film that was released in 2007. The movie is directed by Don Most and stars William Mapother, Treat Williams, and Charlotte Ross in leading roles. The movie is based on a play by Steve Saccaro and the screenplay is written by Michael Muhney. The plot of the movie revolves around two brothers, who are struggling to keep their family ranch afloat. Edward (William Mapother) and Ellis (Treat Williams) have inherited the ranch from their father, who has passed away, leaving the ranch in debt. The brothers are struggling to make ends meet and pay off their debts.

One day, Edward meets a businessman named Bobby (Daniel Baldwin) who offers him a unique opportunity to make some quick cash. Bobby is a real estate agent who is looking for a location for a new casino. He offers Edward and Ellis a large sum of money to use their ranch as the location for the casino. The brothers reluctantly agree, hoping that this will be their ticket out of debt.

As preparations are made to build the casino, Edward and Ellis become acquainted with the locals who live in the small town where their ranch is located. They meet a wide range of characters, including a crooked sheriff (Don Most), a desperate single mother (Charlotte Ross), and a mysterious young woman (Lara Flynn Boyle).

The movie explores themes of family, loyalty, and greed. The brothers are torn between their desire to save their family ranch and their need for financial security. As they become more involved in the casino project, they begin to see the negative impact it is having on their community. They are forced to confront the moral dilemma of whether or not to continue with the project.

The performances by the cast are strong, with William Mapother and Treat Williams delivering solid performances as the two brothers. Charlotte Ross shines as the single mother trying to make a better life for her son, and Don Most is perfectly cast as the corrupt sheriff.

The cinematography in the movie is also noteworthy. The movie takes place in a small town in Montana, and the scenery is breathtaking. The cinematographer does a great job of capturing the beauty of the landscape and the unique charm of the town.

Overall, Moola is an engaging movie that offers an interesting commentary on the negative impact that casinos can have on small towns. The movie does a good job of balancing the comedic elements with the more serious themes. The performances and cinematography are strong, making this a movie that is definitely worth checking out.

Moola is a 2006 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 48 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.1.

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    1 hr 48 min
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    5.1  (423)