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Film Review - Molly's Game


In recent years, the promise of an Aaron Sorkin screenplay has become a big screen event, creating excitement around “Moneyball,” “Steve Jobs,” and “The Social Network,” which won him an Academy Award. Perhaps tired of other filmmakers having their way with his writing, Sorkin finally graduates to the director’s club for “Molly’s Game,” which details the coke-rush lifestyle of Molly Bloom, the “Poker Princess” who accumulated and lost a small fortune arranging backroom high-stakes card games for the elite and the corrupt. If there was ever a perfect match of material and helmer, it would be “Molly’s Game,” with Sorkin firing on all cylinders as he works through the pressure points in the subject’s life and technical particulars of poker, clearly having a blast shaping player personalities and potent psychological trials for Molly.  Read the rest at


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