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DVD club: The Hustler | Film | The Guardian
It helped that it featured a slew of great acting performances, including a superstar-making turn by Paul Newman. Now, the acclaimed drama receives loving treatment in a two-disc special collector's edition from 20th Century Fox. A handsome, brash poolroom hustler, Eddie has a knack for bragging and the talent to back it up. As the match-up stretches through the night and into the following morning, Eddie's cockiness segues into drunken desperation; he doesn't know when to walk away with his winnings. The champ washes up, powders his hands and proceeds to decimate his young challenger. A local gambler, Bert Gordon George C. Scott , sums up Eddie tersely: "a born loser.
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The Hustler [Blu-ray] | DVD Review
With "no bar, no pinball machines, no bowling," and even some posted prohibitions against gambling, New York's Ames Billiards a real location doesn't immediately seem like the sort of place to sell a soul. Its high ceilings and air of hushed concentration make it obvious why, in The Hustler , Paul Newman compares Ames to a church when he first walks in. Ames takes on a more sinister cast by the end of Robert Rossen's film, in which Newman enters as an innocent con man and leaves with a taste of what the world can do.
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The way he walks into a room, he owns it and everybody in it. Fast Eddie has a similar relationship to the pool halls of "The Hustler. But to Eddie, the halls are havens for a certain diversity, a smorgasbord of both professional pool hustlers and the 9 to 5 working man looking for a small respite from his redundant everyday life. Sure, "Fast Eddie" hustles everybody — no one knows or, for that matter can ever know who he really is — but he approaches his job and yes, hustling is his career with the sincerity and heft of an artist. Nor have I mentioned the stunning cinematography by Eugene Shuftan, given a true applause-worthy transfer here on this new DVD.