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Molly's Game is a movie starring Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba, and Kevin Costner. The true story of Molly Bloom, an Olympic-class skier who ran the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game and became an FBI target.

Crime, Biography, Drama
Aaron Sorkin
Idris Elba, Jessica Chastain, Michael Cera, Kevin Costner

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Genres Crime, Biography, Drama
Director Aaron Sorkin
Writer Aaron Sorkin, Molly Bloom
Stars Idris Elba, Jessica Chastain, Michael Cera, Kevin Costner
Country Canada, USA, China
Also Known As Velika Igra, Gra o wszystko, Jogo da Alta-Roda, Kraljica pokera, Apuesta maestra, Elit játszma, Molly's Game: Alles auf eine Karte, Ha'mis'khack ha'gaddol, Velika igra, Pokerio princese, Le jeu de Molly, Το Παιχνίδι της Μόλλυ, Mollijas spēle, Molly'nin Oyunu, Le grand jeu, Velká hra, モリーズ・ゲーム, 決勝女王, Molly mäng, A Grande Jogada, Jocuri secrete
Runtime 2 h 20 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The true story of Molly Bloom, an Olympic-class skier who ran the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game and became an FBI target.

Top reviews

Monday, 04 Jan 2021 15:38

First of all, I really loved this movie. I was shocked to see that it didn't receive any major accolades at the Oscars or any top list of best movies of all time. Not that that's a bad thing, it's just that it didn't receive anywhere near as much attention as it deserved, which is a shame. There's not a lot of movies I can say that I thoroughly enjoyed, but this one certainly ranks in my top 3. From the very beginning of the movie, it seemed to me like it would be like a big-budget Hollywood blockbuster - but it wasn't, and that's what really made it so great. It wasn't predictable at all, it was original and it was different. This is what makes movies great. I don't know that there's anything wrong with this movie. It's just not something that I'd recommend to anyone. It's not that it's something you don't need to see if you like this type of movie, it's just that it's something that is not something I would recommend to anyone, not even the most die-hard movie-goer. I thought the acting was great. I thought Ben Affleck's performance was the best I've ever seen. The performances of all of the other actors were great. I also thought the cinematography was great. It was visually stunning. When you watch this movie, it's actually a very different experience to watch a normal movie. This movie has something to offer in terms of story, and visual presentation, but it's nothing that's going to stand out from the crowd. I thought that's what it was lacking, and it's what made the movie so good. However, I think that's a pretty fair assessment of it. It's not something that I would call Oscar-worthy or even a classic, but it was great. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes movies in general and/or doesn't mind a good story.
Friday, 18 Dec 2020 02:43

I don't want to belabor this point, but one of the defining qualities of "Molly's Game" is its ability to capture the uncomfortable relationships in the lives of a female subject. How often do we hear about the quiet transformation of a woman who, in a small, quiet town, begins to experience some kind of social upheaval? We don't usually hear about how one woman decides to take up a career in order to be closer to her daughter, or how one woman suddenly finds herself in the company of another. Or how one woman tries to fit in as a social outcast, making friends with a group of women who dismiss her in the same manner she was dismissed years ago. That's the place "Molly's Game" begins. Molly Bloom (Shirley MacLaine) is a young working-class woman, very much out of place among her neighbors. Her inability to relate to her fellow residents is compounded by her inability to connect to her female neighbors. Her only friend is her youngest daughter. She can't sleep, or get ready in the morning. Her boyfriend ditches her for another girl. The town of Farmington (which is mentioned several times in the movie) is known for its small-town charm, and for having a young feminist teacher. Molly finds herself in the company of a woman named Sam (Rachel Weisz). She doesn't take the conversation to any great degree, but we see that she is constantly giving her a gentle nudge, as if she might be an object of curiosity for Molly. The sight of Molly actually going into her room to put on her make-up is a strange revelation. She feels lonely, and completely accepted by her daughter. And she goes through the motions of being a social outcast, albeit without being social at all. She's just like her mother. Molly is even more alone than her mother. She also has to go through a series of events that reveal her father's involvement in her father's past. He was his father's friend, and she's sure he will not be mentioned again. Once he's exposed, there will be no explanation. But it turns out that Molly's father is a collector of pornography, and the documentary narrator adds that his collection was publically discovered in the 1980s. I have a strange feeling that the most memorable moment of the movie is not the breakthrough moment in Molly's story, but rather the bit when Sam and Molly are driving together. They are practically falling in love. We hear her voice, as if the sound of Sam's voice is melting in Molly's ear. When Sam kisses Molly, she says it, not because she wants to, but because she's kissing the person who's trying to kill her. Sam has in fact been the source of much of her father's previous, and current, problems. She finds the most insular community on the west coast of the United States, and doesn't seem to be able to relate to any of the people there. She just seems to go through the motions of being a social outcast. Sam and Molly are both very interesting characters. One is very confused about her life, and the other has a very interesting way of relating to the world around her. I will admit that the film itself is not the most original piece of writing. The main problem of the book is that it's not really written to the point where you get all the things the characters have to say. It's written with a point of view that is too broad, and lacks focus. It's all over the place, and not enough people will know what the point of the story is. The movie does well with its plot and some of the acting. I don't have any strong qualms with the film overall. "Molly's Game" is not a movie to watch for your own sake, but for someone who wants to know more about women and men, and the lives they lead in a small town. It's also not a film that you can take seriously. You might be able to enjoy it a little more
Wednesday, 09 Dec 2020 17:40

It is sad to see the British Film Industry failing to produce high quality films. Molly's Game is one of many films like that - and the UK now needs to start producing more at the same level. And I think the more prestige British films achieve, the better we'll be able to help them abroad. The film is very well acted, with good supporting performances from Heath Ledger as Nick Carraway and Rachel Weisz as Molly. If there is any slight complaint, it is the slow pace, as there are many long sequences that do nothing for the story, and only serve to drag the film out to an unnecessary length. I'd also like to point out that there are some scenes that just didn't make any sense - as we follow Nick Carraway as he interviews a number of people over a period of months, and suddenly the viewers realise that the actual leads of these interviews are the same people they are interviewing. This is the same, for example, in American Beauty, where the characters suddenly begin to look like their real-life counterparts. I'd like to say that the film is very realistic, but it is most definitely not. But the real disappointment is that there are scenes that don't make any sense and are very misleading. I'm not saying the director is wrong to use such scenes, it's a deliberate tactic in order to help the audience develop the mystery of the plot. But it is still very misleading in my opinion. If the scenes were used in an edit room with a team of people, they would have realised that the things they were showing were very misleading. And as I mentioned before, they are extremely difficult to follow. There are many other issues with the film. The camera work is extremely poor, and sometimes the camera is in the wrong places and doesn't follow the action. I also found the pacing to be a bit sluggish at times. Finally, I'm really looking forward to the film being released on DVD, because the DVD cover is so very misleading and I'm very interested to find out if the film will be available on DVD.
Wednesday, 18 Nov 2020 00:21

After a film's success, the makers may know that they can make a sequel. For "Molly's Game" I feel this is the case. It is now 9 years after the release of this film. In 2007, the popularity of the film caused it to receive a sequel in 2009. One of the principal actors, Geoffrey Rush, was announced as a sequel director and for the time being this is what happened. The film, directed by Alex Garland is based on the true story of Molly Bloom, the American hedge fund manager who discovered that she was being cheated out of billions by the boss of her firm. Molly Bloom wanted to expose the corruption of Wall Street, so she travelled to Switzerland, after which she was arrested for a financial fraud, and she spent 3 years in prison, until her release in 2010. Having been released, she returned to work at her hedge fund and found the compensation she was owed from her employer. In the meantime she decided to take a risk with another hedge fund, as she wanted to get her pay back. She had no expectations to be able to get her money back, but she was determined. With this, she managed to get the compensation she was due. And the director decided to put this film on the shelf and never make a sequel. This film is very good. Its director Alex Garland is one of the best in the business and I can't help but to admire his passion for making a good film. The story is well told and is a true story that is compelling. The cast are great. Geoffrey Rush is superb in his role as the hedge fund manager. Molly Bloom is a great actress, and gives a performance that is enjoyable. Hugh Grant is fantastic as her lawyer. In the end I feel that the director Alex Garland was the one who directed the best film in the history of Hollywood.
Thursday, 05 Nov 2020 10:52

If you have heard the conversation about the music and lyrical components of "Molly's Game" in the last few months or so, you may be about to go into the movie expecting a drama with "The Sopranos" inspired plotting and a few powerful scenes. And what you'll be expecting is a movie that will give you a good amount of action, suspense, and emotion. And, that's exactly what you'll get in "Molly's Game". The movie isn't completely strong or strong, it's not totally strong or strong, it's not completely weak or weak.but it is strong and very, very effective. Director Nicholas Y. Woody turns in a really impressive and complex film that is about loyalty and betrayal in a way that it's very difficult for the audience to decipher whether it's acting, acting, or more so, acting. I don't know if the story is compelling enough to carry a story that the movie is about or not, but it has the ability to. It doesn't have to be gripping, it doesn't have to be gripping, it has to be gripping. And I think that the casting for the main characters is very good. Kirsten Dunst and Ben Affleck are two actors who I've been surprised at. I'm not sure why, but they've managed to turn themselves into characters that seem like they have real personalities and not just a template. Their characters are as real as they come, but they have that essential warmth that comes with the characters and makes them human. They're also one of the reasons that I've grown to love them, because they can also act, and it's never a question of them "acting", it's more of them "acting". Even a child actor can give a performance that's just as believable as a grown up, as powerful as a grown up, and with the performance of the child actors, you get a true image of the characters that make them believable. It's a rare thing to see actors with such a complete grasp of their characters and the audience's perception of them. There's no doubt about it. Kirsten Dunst is at her best here, and she's a perfect choice for the role of the red-headed neighbor who's haunted by the memory of a friend who died. Ben Affleck plays the role of John Dillon and plays it in a very believable way. The rest of the cast is also great. I'm a little biased because I've watched a number of movies from Woody that I enjoyed, but I really love Michael Kelly in this film. He's a great character actor, and he did a great job in this role. He played the role of the villain, well, he played the role of a villain. I think this is his best work. Nicole Kidman is probably the highlight of the film, but her character is very underdeveloped. She does a good job playing the role of the innocent mother, but the character is so strong in her own right, and I can't help but think of Meryl Streep in "Frances Ha". But, I think the character she's playing is a little different than the role of the character she's playing, and I'm afraid that we're going to have to put a villain in there somewhere. And that's what they're going to have to do. In other words, this is a thriller with action and a great cast. I think the combination of the two is pretty amazing. But, it's the story that gives this movie its power. It's not a drama without a solid story, because it's the story that drives the action and tension, and Woody has done an excellent job in creating the story and the relationships between the characters. There are some moments of truly powerful dialog that will stick with you, like when Ben Affleck's character says to his dad, "It's not a job, it's a privilege." or when Cooper asks his daughter, "You like me? You like me?" The characters in the movie all have very strong relationships, and if
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 17:59

Based on the book of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, this movie's main focus is on Nicholas Sparks' characters Nick and Mark. The movie also focuses on the different ways that Nick and Mark live their lives and how they bond together. This movie's main focus is on their relationship, Nick and Mark's friendship and Nick and his relationship with his brother, Max. This movie has a very intelligent and surprising plot which makes it very entertaining. It's the main reason that I like this movie. The characters in this movie are very likable. Although Nick's character is very likable, he is also very convincing in the movie. The actors who play his brother and Max are also likable. Although they aren't very convincing, they are still entertaining. Max and Mark are also likable and that's why I liked this movie. The movie's main focus is about the main characters in Nick and Mark's life. This movie has many plot twists and it does it well. The only thing that I found to be a little off was the point where Mark asks Nick about his deceased brother. I think that this is one of the more important points in this movie, because it adds an element of realism. I found that to be a little off because I really didn't expect it to be that important. This movie has a great plot and I think it's one of the better movies based on this novel. I recommend this movie to people who are interested in romantic comedies. Overall, this movie is very entertaining and enjoyable. This is one of the better romantic comedies that I've seen in a long time.

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