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Film Review: 'The Gambler'

There’s enough swaggering cynicism for three pictures but barely enough soul to sustain even one in Rupert Wyatt’s “The Gambler,” a stylish, energetic but disappointingly glib remake of Karel Reisz’s still-potent 1974 drama of the same title. 1,280 more words

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Wyatt and Wahlberg remake The Gambler

What do you mean you don’t accept Snickers?

Based on the 1974 film of the same name, ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’director Rupert Wyatt has put faith and his best foot forward in casting Oscar nominee and lovable hot shot Mark Wahlberg to rejuvenate James Caan’s role of the predisposed high roller in Karel Reisz‘s original crime drama. 191 more words

The Big Preview

'The Gambler' Gets Its First Full Length Trailer

Mark Wahlberg is definitely one of the best and well known actors of today. He does the fun and exciting action movies, but when he see’s something he loves, he gets down and dirty and becomes a flat out great dramatic actor – look at  419 more words


First Full Trailer For 'The Gambler' Starring Mark Wahlberg Released!

I am really looking forward to this film. It has gambling, Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Lange and John Goodman in it! That’s an awesome combination. Here’s the first full trailer for  163 more words

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Trailer: Mark Wahlberg in 'The Gambler' with Brie Larson and John Goodman

Jim Bennett (Academy Award® nominee Mark Wahlberg) is a risk taker. Both an English professor and a high-stakes gambler, Bennett bets it all when he borrows from a gangster (Michael Kenneth Williams) and offers his own life as collateral. 108 more words


The Gambler - new trailer

A new trailer for The Gambler, starring Mark Wahlberg, has been released.

In the film Wahlberg plays an English professor who’s also a high-stakes gambler – which isn’t unusual at all! 47 more words


Full length The Gambler trailer released

The first full-length trailer for The Gambler, Rupert Wyatt’s upcoming remake of the 1974 drama, has been released online. The film has been penned by Oscar-winning wordsmith William Monahan and stars Mark Wahlberg as a literature professor whose gambling spirals takes over his life. 56 more words