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Unlike Karel Reisz and James Toback's original 1974 Gambler, the Mark Wahlberg-led update assumes a belief in gambling addiction. Someone who loses thousands upon thousands to roulette was probably born that way. As if to vindicate a remake, writer William Monahan (The Departed) twists his leading man's destructive personality even tighter.
The Gambler 2014 becomes a movie about bulls****ing — to friends, to family, to self, with Wahlberg's Jim Bennett the source of his own problem.
Mark Wahlberg takes on his most ambitious acting job ever in “The Gambler,” a gritty remake of a 1974 film that starred James Caan. And the new gambler doesn’t embarrass himself.
Playing a college professor addicted to losing, digging a deeper
Casting Amy Adams to star in “Big Eyes” is one of the great no-brainers in Hollywood history.
Yes, the movie’s about Margaret Keane, the secret painter behind those “big-eyed waif” paintings and posters that dominated pop art of the
Whatever else Angelina Jolie has been doing in her busy personal, professional and activist life, we can be sure she wasn’t spending it watching World War II prisoner-of-war movies.
“Unbroken,” her film of Laura “Seabiscuit” Hillenbrand’s
“Into the Woods,” the Stephen Sondheim fairy-tale musical that sent up every contrivance and cliché that the Brothers Grimm could cook up, earns a lush, grand and star-studded production for the big screen. Disney brought out and bought the big