In the professional gamblers' circuit, from the Santa Anita track to the Reno casinos, Robert Altman has again selected a fortuitous stretch of terrain to survey. However, he seems unable to find much that interests or makes sense to him there, and he sweeps aside most of the gambling scene to make room for the offhand improvisations, or imitation-improvisations, of his facetious cast. George Segal looks slightly concerned about what he ought to do, or what is expected of him, and Elliott Gould outmaneuvers him in every episode by following a strategy of total relaxation and unconcern. (1974) — Duncan Shepherd
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