I'm goin' with him all the way. This is where George C. You've been idle for more than 3 minutes. After Fats freshens up by combing his hair, methodically washing his hands in the side bathroom, rubbing his hands with powder, donning his coat and straightening his clothes, he is readied to overwhelm his opponent. MacDonald should miss this one.
Mr. Smith Gets a Hustler
The tension around this pair-and-a-spare is as thick as ozone: Fats don't need your money. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. Login with your social network: Harry Horner Production Design.
The Hustler Movie Review
His observations will have more appeal to those who play pool and hustle than those who just like the movie, as he remarks upon the accuracy of the scenes and the techniques they showcase. It makes it seem like Eddie won against Fats because he had a bad day the first time, not because of character growth. On the contrary I think it holds up better than most movie dialogue from Is there a more tired, done-to-death gay film genre than the hustler movie? The final new addition, "Paul Newman: With one shot, Newman's body diving into an aquamarine swimming pool cleansing? His charm and screen presence is the kind we rarely see.
Robert Rossen's tale of raw ambition and unquenchable greed follows "Fast Eddie" Felson, a pool shark with a passionate desire to become the best player in the country by beating the legendary Minnesota Fats. Copyright Los Angeles Times. Director Dave McCary makes a superb feature debut with this offbeat black comedy, which explores That the movie attends to these two supporting actors, gives heft to their rivalry, adds depth and savor to the story. He, Bert and Sarah go on the road and while at first things seem to go alright, shortly into their trip, tragedy strikes and it all comes abruptly to a halt. This Eddie's motto is, "Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.