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Barton's Movie Reviews - THE GAMBLER

The Gambler is a drama that stars Mark Wahlberg as Jim Bennett, a literature professor who, due to his views of having it all or having nothing, has a severe gambling addiction. 362 more words

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The Gambler (2014) - Grog's Movie Review

Director: Rupert Wyatt
Writer: William Monahan
Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Brie Larson, Michael K. Williams, Jessica Lange, John Goodman, Leland Orser, Sonya Walger, Richard Schiff, Emory Cohen, George Kennedy… 844 more words

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THE GAMBLER (15)

THE GAMBLER (15)

Run time: 111mins

Director: Rupert Wyatt

Cast: Jessica Lange, Mark Wahlberg, Brie Larson, John Goodman, George Kennedy

Synopsis: Jim Bennett is a risk taker. 309 more words

FILM REVIEW: The Gambler (2014)

Mark Wahlberg is actually a good actor. Despite some generic action films and his recent decent into the Transformers franchise on his CV, he has been in some great films and delivered Academy Award calibre performances (or nomination worthy at least) on occasion. 584 more words

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The Gambler (2015)

By day a literature professor and by night a gambling addict, Jim Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) is in even more debt than his students. Despite owing $260,000 to an underground gambling ringleader and another $50,000 to a loan shark, Jim is determined to keep on betting; first borrowing money from his mother, Roberta (Jessica Lange), and, when that’s soon squandered, turning to gangster Frank (John Goodman) for a top-up, the latter of whom threatens to have Jim murdered if he can’t pay up. 528 more words

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The Gambler (2015)

Director: Rupert Wyatt

Writer: William Monahan (Screenplay) James Toback (Original Screenplay)

Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Lange, Brie Larson, George Kennedy, Michael Kenneth Williams, John Goodman… 650 more words

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Review: The Gambler (2014)

Mark Wahlberg’s fine and committed performance isn’t enough to save The Gambler – Rupert Wyatt’s remake of the 1970s crime drama – from being slight and dull. 147 more words

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