After five minutes I felt like I needed a shower. The soundtrack and the frenetic pace, in concert with all the sleaziness, was over the top. I guess this was Sandler's shot at getting some drama cred.
Sandler played a gambling addict that just couldn't leave well enough alone. When he is about to get straight another fantastic betting oppportunity arises and he digs another hole leading to lies, deceit, and muscle guys looking to collect.
Yes, there were some really good performances by supporting cast and the film rolled and began on an odd tangent. When I got to my car I sprayed down with Axe to feel clean again. (That's a joke, son.)
This is a 50/50 for me.
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Topic - 'Uncut Gems': A Christmas release, really? - Billy Wonka 10:19:54 12/26/19 (3)