The hustler film reviews
DAD always said stay out of poolrooms, and obviously he was right, to judge by what one sees in "The Hustler," which came to the Paramount and the Seventy-second Street Playhouse yesterday. For the characters one meets in the succession of sunless and smoky billiard halls (to use a more genteel term for them) that. The Hustler () - Rotten Tomatoes Lucia. Age: 24. I m Lary, the beautiful natural blonde girl you have been waiting for, athletic and hygienic, my body is my temple, do you want to come and visit Stillness, self-containment and an ironic amusement make Minnesota Fats the perfect foil for the angry, ambitious Eddie. She sees Scott as a materialist with no soul, and he sees her as structurally weak, which she is. "The Hustler" is steeped in the seedy atmosphere of smoke-filled pool halls in the ugly urban hinterland of America. The Ames Billiard Hall is funereal in feel. When 'Fast Eddie' Felson walks in with Charlie, his manager, Charlie remarks, "These tables are the slabs they lay the stiffs on." The film is about the talented men. Jada. Age: 25. Very sexy and classy, hot and funny, i love to play and be played Hustler, The (United States, 1961) There are some who wrongfully assume that The Hustler is about pool. It is a natural assumption: much of the action takes place in billiards rooms and pool halls, but this movie is no more about pool than Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull is about. Paul Newman in the lead role (in arguably his penultimate and accomplished screen appearance) as a brash, contending pool hustler ("They called him 'Fast Eddie'") became a leading man with this film, but he was wrongly denied his first Oscar - although twenty-five years later, the Academy honored Newman with his first. Lela. Age: 18. We are independent escort and we talk French (obviously) and English properly Jun 29, - The Hustler begins with a great hustle. Eddie Felson, brilliantly played by a young and gorgeous Paul Newman, leans low over a barroom pool table, inspecting the cue ball and another ball pinned together on the side rail less than a foot from the end pockets. An impossible shot, and to add to the fun. Like a traditional morality play; teens and up. Read Common Sense Media's The Hustler review, age rating, and parents guide. Jun 1, - For many Americans of my generation who grew up in the '70s and '80s, the cultural significance of The Hustler () is likely out of proportion to the number of viewings. More than anything, the film is responsible for giving the game of pool a certain glamour and for making kids aware of Minnesota Fats.