Sour Grapes (film)

Sour Grapes is a 1998 film written and directed by Larry David. Steven Weber and Craig Bierko play two cousins who go to Atlantic City to gamble. When Richie (Bierko) loses everything at the slot machines, he ends up asking Evan (Weber) for two more coins for one more attempt at the machine—an attempt that leads to a $400,000 jackpot for Richie. This turns Evan into a greedy and jealous man.

The film made it on the 2005 list of Roger Ebert's most hated films. In his review, he remarked "I can't easily remember a film I've enjoyed less."

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