Slots might not be as glamorous as some of the casino world’s other great games but they still feature in some great movies. Here we take a look at the best slots moment from the silver screen and if you ever need a bit of inspiration to play at your favorite online casino or slots site, fire up this movie and you’re sure to feel like spinning those reels. Alternatively how about three great slots based on even better movies if you want to enjoy movie magic whilst playing slots?
What Happens in Vegas
Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher star in this so-so romantic comedy in which they are brought together by a huge slots win. Released in 2008, the movie sees the leads have a typical, drunken, shotgun Vegas wedding before realizing they hate each other. However, the next morning when Jack (Kutcher) hits a $3m slots win with a quarter given to him by Joy (Diaz), the pair are forced to spend six months together in order to be able to hold onto their half of the mega slots win. Whilst the legalities of that may be somewhat questionable, the movie illustrates beautifully how slots, and in particular progressive jackpot slots, can change your life forever in just one spin.
This epic movie starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix was directed by Ridley Scott and is action-packed from start to finish. The slot of the same name packs a similar punch and if you get the Gladiator bonus you could be in for a big win.
Ghostbusters is a 1980s classic with brilliant comedy, some not-so-brilliant (at least looking back) special effects and some great performances by a young Sigourney Weaver and Bill Murray. The slot is bang up to date though and captures the spirit(!) of the movie brilliantly, not least with the excellent Ball Room Bonus and chance to blast Slimer!
Slot: At The Movies
This one isn’t actually based on an individual movie but instead aims to capture all the magic and fun of Hollywood. A brilliant 3D video slot, it features 30 paylines and has five reels and with Oscars to play for and even a bit of Brad Pitt, it’s sure to appeal to movie fans.