In “All Square,” a down-on-his-luck small-town bookie sees a chance to turn his life around by taking bets on youth league baseball games. His scheme disrupts the community, leading to increased tensions among parents and coaches, and also corrupts a young boy he befriends, introducing him to drinking, gambling, and crime.

When the boy deliberately loses a game, the betting scheme collapses, causing the bookie to lose clients and face a moral reckoning. Despite some reconciliation, he admits his unethical tendencies are unlikely to change, highlighting the film’s themes of moral compromise and broken trust.

All Square | October 12, 2018 (United States) 6.1
Director: John HyamsWriter: Timothy BradyStars: Michael Kelly, Jesse Ray Sheps, Pamela AdlonSummary: A down-on-his-luck bookie befriends an ex-girlfriend's son and begins taking bets on his youth league baseball games, creating chaos in the community.


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