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Molly'S Game Blu-Ray [Blu-ray]
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(abr 27, 2018)
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"Molly's Game está basada en la historia real de Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), una prometedora esquiadora de nivel olímpico que, al ver truncada su carrera deportiva, acabó organizando las partidas de póker clandestinas más exclusivas de Estados Unidos. A sus partidas acudían las más grandes estrellas de Hollywood, deportistas de élite, titanes del mundo de los negocios y, finalmente, miembros de la mafia rusa, hasta que Molly fue arrestada por 17 agentes armados del FBI en mitad de la noche. Inmersa en una batalla judicial, su único aliado en su lucha ante los tribunales fue el abogado criminalista Charlie Jaffey (Idris Elba), quien supo ver en ella una verdad mucho más sincera de la que la prensa sensacionalista publicó en sus páginas.
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Queda patente que su director es ante todo un buen escritor-guionista, faceta a la que se ha dedicado en otros films anteriores.
Si se busca una peli de diálogos, rápidos, ágiles, interesantes y con visos realistas, El juego de Molly es una muy buena opción.
Quizá sobran veinte minutos; es larga.
La edición en bluray solamente cuenta con un vídeo documental sobre su realización. Tampoco hay mucho que desvelar, no es una superproducción de Marvel Disney o Warner DC en la que brillan áreas como los efectos visuales, físicos, etc...
El juego de Molly es mejor que La red social; son dos pelis de guión que se pueden comparar.
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You have to understand that I ADORE Meryl Streep AND Tom Hanks and only because at the time this movie was cheaper, and I love buying new movies I bought this BEFORE I bought The Post. I still still have not seen The Post, but this movie is so good it bears watching again & again and again which is of course the point of Buying the movie, DO THAT! IT IS WORTH IT.
A couple of warnings, if you don’t know a lot about high stakes poker, & because the movie goes fast & they talk fast, be prepared to pause frequently to understand not only what they say, but poker terms that are not explained. However this is one of the reasons the movie is as good as it is. It assumes intelligence, (which I personally love & why my favorite TV series is West Wing). I’m telling you, this is the best movie I’ve seen since Tom Hank’s The Terminal or more importantly Katherine Hepburn & Peter O’Toole in The Lion in Winter. Now you cannot expect quite that good, as that may be setting the bar a little too-o-o high; but you get the idea.
Molly learns from her dad & though he was a tough taskmaster & difficult to please, he LOVED all his kids. They had a troubling difficult relationship & it’s not until the end of the movie that their relationship is explained. But then it is very well, & since I am a Psychology major with a degree in it, you can believe me, if you want or not:)
Now I have given nothing away, but hopefully have tantalyzed you enough to watch it. Please know that assume nothing from what is printed on the back. It is ten times better than you think. You have to see it to believe it.
Now a request: At the bottom of all the Amazon reviews it has a yes or no if the review has helped. If after watching this movie, if yo7 enjoyed it as much as I described that I did, I would really appreciate pressing a yes or no on the review. It’s not important' it’s just that I enjoyed it so, I really hope anybody does too. Okay, I’m done now. Sorry for any btypos, I tried to catch them all but I have Parkinsons & typing can sometimes, actually always difficult.
Thanks for reading, Candy
The story is about Molly Bloom (Chastain), whose Olympic skiing opportunity was cut short by an evergreen twig during the trials. Prior to entering law school, Molly decides to take some time off and have some fun. So she moves to Los Angeles, from Colorado and works at a series of jobs until she becomes the personal assistant to Dean Keith (Jeremy Strong). For the record, although the film is based on Bloom’s own book, the real names of the participants have been changed.
Keith regularly hosts a high stakes poker game at a local bar. He has Molly play hostess and bookkeeper. When Keith sees that Molly is earning more in tips at the game than he is paying her, he decides she doesn’t deserve a salary anymore. This infuriates Molly, so she quits and starts up her own game at a high end hotel. The same players show up and she quickly adds players and raises the stakes. Perhaps the most fun is listening to Molly explain – in a voiceover similar to Adam McKay’s “The Big Short” (2015) – how poker should be played, and how each of the players actually play. The narration shows up throughout the film giving context to Molly’s involvement in what may be illegal gambling.
Some two years after she leaves gambling and related vices behind she is caught up in a racketeering charge while living in New York. She hires Charlie Jaffey (Elba) to defend her. Jaffey is just as fast on his feet as Molly which leads to some great scenes between two of our best actors. The film runs long at 140 minutes and one could argue some of the poker playing scenes and characters could have been easily excised. Still it is all fun to watch and listen to.
The poker players include real celebrities played by actors like Michael Cera, Chris O’Dowd, Brian d’Arcy James, Bill Camp and others. There are flashback scenes featuring Molly growing up under the guidance of her tough-as-nails father played by Kevin Costner. He shows up in the final act in an excellent emotional scene before Molly goes to trial. It is always great fun to participate in an Aaron Sorkin written story. He appears to be just as good putting the film pieces together. This is one of the best movies of 2017.
So what is a failed Olympic skier to do with her life but use her brilliant mind to create a high-stakes poker game. Molly's organized games skirt the line between legal and illegal. But, if rich people want to play poker, where is the harm. Unfortunately, Molly comes to the attention of the FBI and her world is turned upside down.
MOLLY'S GAME can be slow moving at times and Molly is not a particularly awe-inspiring character but her fight to clear her name becomes part of the journey. It can be amazing to think the movie is based on a real-life character. Maybe it's not the most exciting movie, but it is fascinating to see how Molly Bloom created her world of poker. Molly says early on that names have been changed so it makes one wonder who the "famous" actors and musicians are in real life. A little mystery is fun.