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When do you mostly watch a movie? Is it after a long day at work, when you want to relax or just before you start your daily chores? Watching movies offers awesome entertainment value. It even gets better when you watch movies based on themes that you like.

According to our expert Carlos Norberg (you can check his profile here), gamblers are among some of the strongest movie lovers.

What options are there?

We have come a long way since the days in which media was stored on disks, followed by compact disks and DVDs, which were then followed by flash drives. Internet connection is very high in the modern world, which explains why new streaming media are continually created to make the watching experience even better.

We  have both free and paid platforms where people can stream movies today. Even though some people have been streaming on other platforms, Netflix remains the best movie destination. The movie library at Netflix is so big that no one could ever  finish watching all the movies there. Will the platform cater to everyone looking for the best casino movie?

Best Netflix casino movies worth watching

What are some of the casino movies to consider when you visit the Netflix movie library? Some of these movies can give you a rough idea of how to make the best out of your time in a Swedish casino. It even gets better when you want to learn how to utilize a casinobonusar while in such casinos. The following are some of the best if you are looking for a casino film, in no particular order:

Ocean’s Eleven

photo for Ocean's Eleven movieDespite being in existence for almost two decades, Ocean’s Eleven still thrills many casino gaming fans and movie lovers. The heists in the 2001 film make it unique and most enjoyable. It shows Danny Ocean’s team putting everything in place to steal $160 million from three casinos. The setting of the movie is in Las Vegas.

The movie also has some of the biggest names in Hollywood in the cast, including Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Andy Garcia and Matt Damon.

The big names in the movie make it rank among the top casino movies of all time. The movie displays how a mixture of brains and brawn can result in smart techniques.

Mississippi Grind

Photo for Mississippi Grind movieIf you expect Mississippi Grind to be an action casino film, you’re wrong. It’s a movie that gives viewers a chance to laugh. It was released in 2015 and has been leaving viewers with an appetite to watch more.

The actors include Ben Mendelsohn, Ryan Reynolds, and Siena Miller. The movie is about Gerry, a poker enthusiast who travels along the Mississippi River to play casinos and bet on horses. In the movie, Gerry shows up with his friend Curtis, who acts as his luck’s source. They play various games in an attempt to win more. However, their efforts don’t yield anything tangible until they join a blackjack table.

At the table, they succeed in winning more money. But before resorting to going home, they bet all their winnings. It’s the best casino movie you and your friends will enjoy watching.

21

Photo for 21 movie21 is a 2008 casino movie based on fact about six MIT students who were trained to become experts in card counting and subsequently took Vegas casinos for millions in winnings.

The movie shows them undertaking training on how to count cards. After a few travels, their efforts yield big rewards and big money. However, money ends their friendship and team spirit by making them betray each other.

The film stars Jim Sturgess, Kevin Spacey and Kate Bosworth.

The above are just some of the best gambling movies that you can stream on Netflix right now. Movie producers are always releasing new movies and we will be on the lookout to make sure you are always updated.

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