The Hustler

The Hustler

Fast Eddie Felson is a small-time pool hustler with a lot of talent but a self-destructive attitude. His bravado causes him to challenge the legendary Minnesota Fats to a high-stakes match.

An up-and-coming pool player plays a long-time champion in a single high-stakes match. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Hustler torrent reviews

Jouni K (it) wrote: The plot was a bit confusing but the message was good.

justine d (ag) wrote: Bad movie idea, bad characters, bad budget, bad plot=bad movie :[

Brandon H (br) wrote: this was funny. but it was one of the dumbest movies I've ever seen. but it was on crackle and I needed some entertainment on a drive home

Alex W (gb) wrote: one of the best movies that i have ever seen. its a good movie, and i recommend it.

saiyidah iati nur r (de) wrote: terrible pair,but songs are good..

Sterlin R (au) wrote: Another great sequel with some silly moments (in a good way) again. I also find it to be underrated.

Ryan E (fr) wrote: A cool idea for a movie, that's all I can really say about this movie. An okay family movie.

Alexis W (ca) wrote: I love the story that the creators try to tell

Tanner B (us) wrote: -IGNORE THIS "OUT OF FIVE" RATING1/4Agonizing film version of Hunter S. Thomas much loved book about two buddies and their crazy trip to Vegas. Has a unique visual look, but this movie just goes on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on. Depp gives a strictly one-note performance and holds a cigarette in his mouth the entire time in this never ending acid trip; you have been warned.

Nor B (it) wrote: This is a movie about Celia, an ordinary phone operator who falls in love with this guy at the dance bar. Unlike dance movies in the States, people just don't start break- dancing. If you like SATC, you'd like this as well!

Lin B (jp) wrote: Well i saw the tv show so i will rate ti by that

Charlie M (it) wrote: The inspector must battle thieves in this tired comedy.

Alex r (it) wrote: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is one of the finest haunted house films in the genre. For a made for TV affair, this is a fine example of using atmosphere to create tension on-screen. The cast here is wonderful, and for its short run time, the film is truly an impressive piece of cinema that though might seem a bit dated, is still a terrifying horror experience that will delight genre fans looking for a well crafted haunted house horror tale. This is one of those rare films that actually can terrify a viewer and is among the finest pictures in the genre. With a great performance by Kim Darby, this made for TV film is one of those forgotten classics that deserves to be rediscovered by a wider audience. The tense atmosphere adds to the film enjoyment and it serves up bone chilling terror the way a horror film is supposed to. The supernatural elements here work well to keep you on the edge of your seat, and the great performances from its cast elevate this film significantly. If you love haunted house films, then seek this one out as this is among the classics that defined the genre. The film's story is very interesting and well layered to create a unique experience. Haunted house films are often hard to pull off, but director John Newland crafts a fine picture that is chilling from start to finish. With a clear understanding of pulling off effective terror, Newland delivers a supernatural tour de force that ranks up there with some of the finest horror films ever made.

Cedric L (jp) wrote: Simple yet charming, well-acted and well-directed.

Alex B (it) wrote: Good one, has a bit of everything besides good fights.

Mark B (kr) wrote: santa vs the devil .. no really

EWC o (nl) wrote: Fantastic special effects: among the best to be put on film. However, the story is dull and monotonous, even with James spader and Kurt Russell.

Derek W (us) wrote: Less of a sci-fi movie and more of a droning monologue with no notable visuals or performances - forgettable.

Eric Y (fr) wrote: One of my favorite Quentin Tarantino movies, even though he did not direct it.

Jonathan K (gb) wrote: Loved it. Brutally good.