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The Color of Money(1986)

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  • The Colour of Money

    • Dashiell B.
    • 3/2/13

    A compelling sequel to "The Hustler." Newman won the only Oscar of his career for reprising his role of "Fast" Eddie Felson, Cruise does the usual cocky stuff he did in his other '80's films and Mastrantonio received an Oscar nomination as Cruise's girlfriend. Although Scorsese's direction makes the pool and confrontation scenes more exciting, it's but a duller and passable sequel. However, if your fans of Scorsese, Newman or Cruise, this film is for you. I give it a 3.5/5.

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    • TK
    • 2/25/13

    Many don't think this movie holds a candle to "The Hustler", but I think it's a wonderful sequel. I'm not a huge Tom Cruise fan, but he's the perfect goofy kid in this movie who learns a bit about life. Along with Cruise, Paul Newman (Oscar winning performance), and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio is a stellar collection of supporting actors including Forest Whitaker a full 20 years before "The Last King of Scotland". Helen Shaver and Bill Cobbs are also great. Really there is not a weak performance from anyone. Richard Price's screenplay is full of memorable lines and Scorsese's style is perfect for this story. Also watch for cameos from Richard Price himself, and pool professionals Steve Mizerak and Keith McCready.

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