The Cooler

The Cooler

(William H. Macy) works at a Las Vegas casino, where he uses his innate ability to bring about misfortune in those around him to jinx gamblers into losing. His imposing boss, Shelly Kaplow (Alec Baldwin), is happy with the arrangement. But Bernie finds unexpected happiness when he begins dating attractive waitress Natalie Belisario (Maria Bello).

In an old school Las Vegas casino, its top gambling jinx breaks his curse when he falls in love, much to his boss' consternation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Cooler torrent reviews

Jens S (au) wrote: With some pretty decent laughs, but overall superficial roleplaying comedy. One just can't always be entirely sure if the movie is making fun of things or celebrating them. It's amazing how many genre heroes they got to play in this. The result works as comedy, not very much as horror film and would have been so much more fun with a few more pop culture references and less predictability.

James O (it) wrote: Well it's a step in the right direction. First off the bible was written back when ppl still acted barbaric towards one another. I mean we are a civilized ppl now. The only difference between me a straight white male and a lesbian black woman is just that. I believe religion has more good to give to ppl than bad but this documentary asks is it worth it? In the long run who knows but when ppl commit suicide, or are viciously beaten to death by "the word of god" than it's a huge problem. This film shows you it's ok to be gay and love god all the same. P.S. I don't believe in god or any religion, but I feel it's a crucial part in society that can't be completely wiped away. It just needs to be reworked to accommodate everyone as a whole. 5/5 piece of pizza forget about it.

David S (mx) wrote: Playfully primal tale, shot gorgeously, whose only main detriment is the at times ridiculously repetitive narration.

Adam F (nl) wrote: Mark and Jay Duplass' first excursion into mumblecore benefits from nuances of natural and inelegant conversations. The problems are copious but the overall quirkiness makes the puffy chair a worthwhile watch.

stefano l (nl) wrote: Very surprising! I had never heard of it, but I had nothing to do and I decided to give it a shot. The first scene in which Martin is to his therapist is incredibly funny. A true shot of the John Cusack I like, not the one who acts in stupid films with nothing to say.

Griffin W (au) wrote: A personal favorite of mine with its quick, witty, clever dialogue and the charm of its tiny budgeted production. Though, yes, the acting is hit-or-miss sometimes and the direction can be called bland, it doesn't keep this movie from being a indie classic. "I Would Quote This Movie"

Daniel P (nl) wrote: Light Hearted comedy adventure

Jamie K (jp) wrote: Unknown 80's movie that is really dark and depressing at times. Just a weird little film, worth seeing if you can find it.

david t (gb) wrote: very good movie... a must see.. and funny

Frisby 2 (it) wrote: I no longer fear hell (if it existed) thanks to this "movie".

Kyle M (us) wrote: A good and funny buddy flick with a good cast (Lawrence and Kutcher) and a creative concept of a North American carnivore's a pet and the forest animals stand up to rebel during the open season. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording)

Simon D (es) wrote: Strange film that had it's ups and downs. Half of it is a cockney mob film with over-exaggerated characters lot of "you slaaaag"'s and the other half is a trippy insight into the life of Mick Jagger. I do actually mean Jagger as well. I reckon this sort of lifestyle is probably not far from a, what he would want to portray, and 2, the reality. I think this is highlighted by the fact that the blonde bird he was cavorting with was actually his real-life best mate's missus, I can't imagine that Keith would enjoy watching this, then again, I don't think he was living in the same world as Jagger at the time. wHAT i particularly enjoyed abou this was discovering the many references taken from this film and put on the Happy Mondays album, Bummed. As well as lines taken directly from the film and some turned into lyrics, I guess I know now what the song "performance" was about, and the album cover is not disimilar to the photo of Jagger on the front of the DVD, except that it is Shaun Ryder.

Jin O (es) wrote: It is a master work.Valmont is honest in choosing his ture love,but it's a bold choice for most people,people always ask a much moral one.