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Hustlers is a movie starring Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, and Julia Stiles. Inspired by the viral New York Magazine article, Hustlers follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their...

Genres
Comedy, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director
Lorene Scafaria
Starring
Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Julia Stiles, Mette Towley

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Lorene Scafaria
Writer Lorene Scafaria, Jessica Pressler
Stars Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Julia Stiles, Mette Towley
Country USA
Also Known As Prevarantke, As Golpistas, Le ragazze di Wall Street - Business I$ Business, Hustlers - Korkojen kera, Zlatokopky, Afēristes, 舞女大盗, A Wall Street pillangói, Ślicznotki, Le ragazze di Wall Street, Ousadas e Golpistas, Arnaque en talons, Prevarantkinje sa Vol Strita, Queens, Επικίνδυνες κυρίες, Prevarantice s Wall Streeta, 舞孃騙很大, Estafadoras de Wall Street, Fırıldaqçılar, Prevarantke na Wall Streetu, Nokhlot bli Kheshbon, ハスラーズ, The Hustlers at Scores
Runtime 1 h 50 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 Inspired by the viral New York Magazine article, Hustlers follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 08:09

What happens when the white male type hits the streets of the Netherlands in the early 1970s? It is like any other working class youth, the father figure, the mother figure, the friend, the close friend, the mechanic, the stripper, the drug dealer, the dealer, the politician, the comedian, the rapper, the reporter. That is the idea of Woody Allen's comic adaptation of Max Perkins' film. That is also the problem. Allen can not seem to nail this part of his film as well as he could. He has such great comedic timing that he can handle almost any scene in a good comedy, but he can not handle the tough guys and the thieves, the old people and the hooligans. The film suffers in this regard. Allen seems to have taken the title of the film from the movie Hustlers, with Ted Demme, where two black guys living in Holland fight each other with clubs and knives. What happens in the first 15 minutes of the movie is pretty intense. It is pretty much the essence of a double or triple murder. We get the idea that the two men, one is a journalist, one is a stripper, and the other is a drug dealer. This is the first story we are introduced to. Later on we are introduced to the gang of robbers, who represent the middle of the American psyche. That is the next story. The story about the black man who is wrongly imprisoned for murder has the same rhythm as the other story. Then we have the story about the crime boss who wants to shake things up, and then the drug dealer. This is the last story. The writer, Paul Michael Glaser, tries to convey this with a very black and very grim portrayal of the Dutch society. Allen has many good moments in this story, and he has some great scenes, but there is a lot that is not right. I would say that Allen is not very good at adapting a film, but he is much better at comedy. Allen can be quite funny, but he can not do justice to a serious subject. All in all, Hustlers is a very different movie, and it is not a good adaptation. I think the title of the film is misleading. I think that this is a double or triple murder story, but it is not.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 11:25

An astounding piece of work, this film is that rarest of creatures, an inspirational, life affirming tale. Well worth the money it takes to see it. As far as films that relate to me, this is one of the better ones. A few things that I'd like to comment on. (1) I must admit I have no real "background" in comic books, but when I saw it, I was impressed by the multi-dimensional world that this film created. I knew what kind of story this was going to be and I also know what kind of story a comic book story is. There were many comic book types of stories that were fictional, but the story was always realistic and understandable. When people get into the type of stories that they read as kids, they often forget that these are the real things. They often don't get it. (2) When I saw it I didn't have high expectations, but I was pleasantly surprised. It's not "profound" like I expected. I'm not "gung-ho" about movies that have something to do with religion, but it was a good movie. (3) I have to admit I did not see the scene where the prostitute yells "Hey man, hey man, hey man, hey man". But when I did see it, I liked it. I just couldn't help but notice it. (4) I think I saw one or two other instances of the prostitutes doing more than just being prostitutes. I know it was the prostitute's "conscious" choices that I didn't understand. I also don't understand why the prostitute would pay a man $50 to rape her. I can't see why she would risk her life to get it. I don't know if I missed something in the film, but there was a scene where she told the police that she had been raped. There were a few other things, but I'm sure you've heard of it. If you know, leave me a comment and let me know. (5) This is the first film that has made me cry. This is the first movie that made me want to keep watching. I knew that it would be a sad story, but I didn't know how bad it would be. I didn't know until the end. I don't know if I have ever cried that much in a movie, but this is the first movie that has done it for me. I don't know if the reason I cried so much was because it was real and I was "afraid" or because I wanted to watch it again. I don't know. But I definitely want to see it again.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 21:13

In which we have the story of a group of American, high-powered businessmen who are involved in a murder case and what comes next. The film contains no too extensive or detailed descriptions of the case itself, and even the contents of the case are left vague. There is however one scene which gives some idea of the main points of the film. It occurs at the end of the film and is, in my opinion, a masterpiece. I have seen this scene a number of times and I'm still surprised at the quality of it, both in its execution and in the execution of it. The fact that the scene was executed so flawlessly does not indicate that the actors acted well. It only indicates that they were prepared to have to go through the situation, both psychologically and physically. I have to confess that I am not a great fan of Jack Nicholson, but his performance in this film is beyond anything I have seen him in. He displays his full range of acting abilities in this film and does a really great job. He portrays both a strong-willed, but also somewhat cowardly, character. When he is on screen, it is as if he is never off screen. He is the film's lead character and he really brings it home. Liev Schreiber is good in his supporting role and gives a good performance overall. Tim Roth is good, but again, does not hold the screen. He is given a role that is pretty much the same as his other roles and he does not really get to show off his acting skills. The supporting actors do very well with what they are given and their performances are really good. The real standout is Phoebe Cates, she really does not come out as anything exceptional, but she is very good. I feel that she is the best thing about the film and she does not get enough credit for it. I am very glad that this film has been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Writing and Director. I feel that this film is really above average and it is worth a watch, even if you are not a fan of the acting talent of the actors in this film. It is not a masterpiece and it is not a complete story, but it is a solid movie that should not be missed. 8/10
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 18:22

I think it's safe to say that these films all contain one thing in common: they are only made as a means to entertain the audience. This film is not about that. It's about the relationships in an abusive and degenerate marriage, and the mistakes that people make. And that's what's great about it. We see that there are people that are able to protect their loved ones, but also that there are people that can't do that. And that's what makes this film so entertaining. You have to be there for the performances and the atmosphere, and I think this is the reason why it's not only very successful, but also very fascinating. The fact that we don't know who the protagonist is, we see him as a normal person who is living a normal life, but at the same time we know that the actions and the decisions he's making are not the only ones that are corrupt. I really enjoyed this movie and I'm so happy that I saw it in its original version. If you don't know who he is, he's a guy who works as a stripper, who lives in a house where he's letting some of his friends stay, but the house is under the control of his abusive husband, who would do anything to stop him from doing what he does to the other men in the club. When you see the movie, you really feel like you know him. When he's talking to his friends and saying things that he would never say to his wife, and he doesn't know what to do with his life, then you know that the character is a lost soul. When he meets his family and everything that happens in the film, you really know that he's a family man. He's a little crazy, but he's like a normal person. That's what makes the character interesting. The other actors really did a great job, because they've been at the club with him and they know the characters. When they're in the film, it's a scene that will stay with you for a long time, because you'll really feel for the character. You'll be able to connect with the characters because you know the personalities of all of them. And they were all great. I don't want to give away any details, but I'll tell you that this is a really great film. It's also a really good story about abuse, and about the wrong decisions people make when they're in abusive relationships. If you have time to kill, and you're bored, watch this movie, because you'll be really entertained. And if you have time to kill, watch this movie.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 08:43

I'm getting a bit tired of most reviewers here proclaiming "reviews are worthless" because their own feelings seem to carry a lot of weight. So I'll try to explain why I'm enjoying this film a lot, and why it's so surprising that it's so polarizing. First, I'll just go ahead and say that the use of words like "hypocrisy", "amoral" and "simplistic" almost seems to be taken as a license to make movies without consequences. That's fine if the person making the movie has some deep moral stance. But if a movie isn't all about things having consequences, the audience is just a puppet to be manipulated. So, to each his own. And some of the movies I saw here are full of films with people who think they're doing things morally right, only to see that things have consequences. That's just like saying "that guy was perfect in his choices." All I have to say is, this movie was good. It has moments that could be better. The performances were pretty good, the story was interesting. This movie has elements of a good film. But, like I said, it's not really about moral issues. I see this kind of movie too often. It's about power, and when that's taken from someone's control, the person is not really affected by it. The things that are going on for him are just as important as the things he's doing for himself. So, that's what I see as the main problem. What makes this film better than most? The main thing is the fact that it's able to show how these people have control over their lives, but can't really control themselves. This is important. I see some of the comments here from people who either criticize it for not being political, or for not being realistic. I don't agree with either of those statements. I don't think that's what the filmmakers were trying to get across, because the film itself is more about how a small man can make a huge difference. I'm not trying to criticize this film, I'm trying to make a point. Not everyone needs to be a good guy. But people have to realize that a movie can't give you a perfect morality. And if they're not the kind of people who care about morality, I don't know what they're supposed to be. The movies that are the same kind of thing are, like this one, about having fun. This one is more of a social commentary about the things that can go wrong when you take someone's power away. Not everyone's watching the same film. So, that's all I'll say about that. But this one was definitely worth my time. Go watch it.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 09:19

Being a fan of Ryan's prior films, I had high expectations for this movie. I had heard a lot of good things about it and was very pleased to see that the quality of the production was high, which is quite rare for low-budget, independent films. There were a lot of things I liked about the movie, however, there were a few things that I didn't like. There were a few scenes in the film that just didn't make sense. The acting in this film was phenomenal. Ryan Gosling gives a great performance as Johnny, a hustler who takes it upon himself to take care of his mom. Johnny, who is portrayed as a victim in this film, begins to tell his mother that he doesn't need her anymore. His mother, who has no mother to be responsible for his behavior, is not very understanding of this and calls him "a killer". Johnny takes a different tack and actually accepts his mother's decision to get rid of him. Johnny gets a second chance to redeem himself and decides to do the right thing and take care of his mother. He doesn't just give up on his mother, but actually takes it upon himself to help her. Johnny's mother does not like him, but she accepts Johnny's "responsibility" and actually turns out to be quite a good person. Johnny's mother, in turn, becomes more accepting of Johnny. Johnny does not just step up to the plate and take care of his mother. The story is quite engaging and offers a lot of laughs. However, the story is quite complicated. The complexities of the story that the script leaves up for the audience are not explained satisfactorily, and the writers do not explain them satisfactorily. The story takes quite a long time to develop. The movie has several good points. The main thing I liked was that there was a great cast of talented actors. I thought the acting in this movie was phenomenal. The casting for the supporting characters was also wonderful. The script for the movie was very well written. However, it left out a few things in the movie that could have made the story more complete. There were a few scenes that were not as good as the first movie. The script for the movie was adequate, but the first movie was much better than this one. There were a few minor flaws in the movie, but these flaws are not that noticeable. The film was made quite well. There were a lot of nice cinematography and photography that the film makers used. The film makers also did a great job at making this a very dark and depressing movie. The story itself is quite compelling. I really enjoyed the plot, but it is not a very coherent plot. The writing is quite good, but it is not very good. The acting was quite good. Overall, I enjoyed this movie. The story was great, the acting was good, and the photography was great. The movie was not the best movie I have ever seen, but I was really impressed with it. It was an enjoyable movie and it is worth seeing. I give this movie an 8/10.


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