Five Aces

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Five Aces
Five-aces-movie.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by David O'Neill
Produced by David O'Neill
Andrew Stevens
Written by David O'Neill
David Sherrill
Kevin Bernhardt
(uncredited)
Starring Charlie Sheen
Christopher McDonald
Aimée Leigh
Narrated by Aimée Leigh
Music by Michael Muhlfriedel
John Remark
Release date(s) 1999
Running time 95 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Five Aces is a 1999 black comedy/drama film directed by David Michael O'Neill. It stars Charlie Sheen, Christopher McDonald, Aimée Leigh, Jeff Cesario, Michael McGrady, Tia Carrere, Geoffrey Lewis, Virginia Hamilton, Matt Clark, Hannes Jaenicke with John LaMotta and Elizabeth Morehead. It is one of the films where Charlie Sheen is credited as Charles Sheen. The film released direct-to-video in many countries.

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Chris Martin (Charlie Sheen) is a bachelor who wants to marry his long-time girlfriend. Wanting to enjoy his last few days as a bachelor, Chris spends several nights hanging out with his old friends, as they drink, swap stories, and chase women. What began as a send-off, however, might be something more serious when Martin starts having second thoughts about matrimony. Written, produced and directed by David Michael O'Neill.

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