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Runner, Runner: Apuesta máxima

Runner, Runner: Apuesta máxima
Runner, Runner: Apuesta máxima Rating: 41 out of 100 based on 23 reviews.
Interpretación
Justin Timberlake

Richie Furst
Ben Affleck

Ivan Block
Gemma Arterton

Rebecca Shafran
Anthony Mackie

Agent Shavers
Michael Esper

Billy 'Pet' Petricoff
Oliver Cooper

Andrew Cronin
Yul Vazquez

Delegate Herrera
John Heard

Harry Furst
Vincent Laresca

Sergeant Barrancas
Bernie O. Ramos Robledo

Handlebar Mustache
David Costabile

Professor Horstein
Producción
Director:Brad Furman
Producer:Leonardo DiCaprio (producer)
Erik Holmberg (executive producer)
Jennifer Davisson Killoran (producer)
Brian Koppelman (producer)
Scott LaStaiti (executive producer)
David Levien (producer)
Dylan Russell (executive producer)
Michael Shamberg (producer)
Stacey Sher (producer)
Joseph Zolfo (line producer: additional photography)
Writer:Brian Koppelman (written by) &)
David Levien (written by)
Valoraciones de Runner, Runner: Apuesta máxima
Reel Film Reviews
An unmitigated disaster virtually from start to finish, Runner Runner follows Justin Timberlake's Richie Furst as he loses his life's savings in a game of online poker and decides to ask the owner of the site (Ben Affleck's Ivan Block) for his money...
Leer crítica7 nov 2013
iHaveNet.com
For director Brad Furman, "The Lincoln Lawyer" is looking more and more like a fluke, and even bringing in someone with gambling movie experience -- the screenwriter from "Rounders" -- didn't help.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Set in the world of online gambling, this story revolves around Richie Furst (Justin Timberlake), a mathematically adept Princeton grad student who used to work on Wall Street but, unlike his bosses, lost everything in the 2008 meltdown.
Leer crítica4 oct 2013
Rolling Stone
Ben Affleck wins the Best Picture Oscar for Argo and follows it up with – what? – this turd. Yikes! Affleck isn’t directing this time, just acting, and that just barely. Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer) calls the shots, using flashy editing to...
Leer crítica11 oct 2013
One Guy's Opinion
Like his previous film “The Lincoln Lawyer,” Brad Furman’s latest is a piece of lurid pulp. But the Matthew McConaughey picture was clever and fun; “Runner Runner” isn’t. Partially that’s because it’s so reminiscent of the Jim Sturgess-Kevin...
Valoraciones de Runner, Runner: Apuesta máxima
Reel Film Reviews
An unmitigated disaster virtually from start to finish, Runner Runner follows Justin Timberlake's Richie Furst as he loses his life's savings in a game of online poker and decides to ask the owner of the site (Ben Affleck's Ivan Block) for his money...
Leer crítica7 nov 2013
iHaveNet.com
For director Brad Furman, "The Lincoln Lawyer" is looking more and more like a fluke, and even bringing in someone with gambling movie experience -- the screenwriter from "Rounders" -- didn't help.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Set in the world of online gambling, this story revolves around Richie Furst (Justin Timberlake), a mathematically adept Princeton grad student who used to work on Wall Street but, unlike his bosses, lost everything in the 2008 meltdown.
Leer crítica4 oct 2013
Rolling Stone
Ben Affleck wins the Best Picture Oscar for Argo and follows it up with – what? – this turd. Yikes! Affleck isn’t directing this time, just acting, and that just barely. Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer) calls the shots, using flashy editing to...
Leer crítica11 oct 2013
One Guy's Opinion
Like his previous film “The Lincoln Lawyer,” Brad Furman’s latest is a piece of lurid pulp. But the Matthew McConaughey picture was clever and fun; “Runner Runner” isn’t. Partially that’s because it’s so reminiscent of the Jim Sturgess-Kevin...
Big Picture Big Sound
The premise of "Runner Runner" is simple: wiz-kid Richie, played by the incredibly charismatic Justin Timberlake, finds himself on thin ice promoting online poker among students at Princeton, where he's a grad student. When he goes all-in...
Leer crítica6 oct 2013
Sacramento News & Review
A Princeton University student with a penchant for online gambling (Justin Timberlake) lands a job with the kingpin of one such site operating out of Costa Rica (Ben Affleck)—then begins to suspect he's being set up to take some kind of fall, and...
Leer crítica3 oct 2013
RedEye
Most of the seemingly unrehearsed “Runner Runner” needed an extra take, though for all the film’s intelligence someone must have insisted it then be called “Runner Runner Runner Runner.”
Leer crítica3 oct 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
Runner Runner presents us with a familiar but still somewhat fascinating world where ill-gotten gains provide a variety of luxuries. Anything one wants is there for taking, and it's all set against the backdrop of the corrupt, tropical paradise of...
Leer crítica4 oct 2013
HollywoodChicago.com
Off shore internet gambling sites, tons of money, glorious glamorous women, parties all the time – how the heck can all of that be dull? The new film “Runner Runner” found a way. Ben Affleck phones it in and Justin Timberlake is name recognition...
Leer crítica4 oct 2013
Reel Views
Runner Runner contains elements that, if properly nurtured and presented, could form the basis of a compelling film noir. Unfortunately, director Brad Furman is less interested in developing characters and building tension than he is in shaking...
Leer crítica4 oct 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Theaters are constantly filled with sequels, prequels, remakes and reboots, but even many of the “original” films these days are just copies of films we’ve seen before with a different name. Take Runner Runner, a new thriller that feels like it was...
Movies.com
The sparks of life in this film -- and you can count them on one hand, even if you've lost a finger or two to illegal fireworks -- involve Ben Affleck performing a variety of villainous activities.
Groucho Reviews
One thing you'll learn from the poker-themed thriller Runner Runner: the odds of hitting a "runner runner" flush (in Texas Hold 'Em) are "roughly four percent." Coincidentally, those are the same odds you'll be satisfied with your purchase of a ticket...
Orlando Weekly
With quick cuts and wobbly hand-held shots, director Brad Furman tries mightily to inject some energy into this torpid online gambling thriller, but the cards are stacked against him.
Leer crítica23 oct 2013
The A.V. Club
Few betting men would wager on Ben Affleck being the highlight of a movie, but that's how the cards fall in Runner Runner. The future caped crusader brings a casual, bemused menace to the role of an American businessman running an online-gambling...
Leer crítica3 oct 2013
Entertainment Weekly
It reads like good, pulpy fun on paper: Professional charmer Justin Timberlake plays a Princeton math whiz who falls under the Gordon Gekko-ish spell of a sadistic online poker mogul, played by the equally dashing Ben Affleck, amid the sex-and-sun...
Leer crítica13 oct 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Ben Affleck has made three great films in the last few years, all of them starring and directed by the man himself. It’s rather puzzling therefore - after ‘Gone Baby Gone’, ‘The Town’ and ‘Argo’ - what Affleck saw in Brian Koppelman and David Levien’s...
Express.co.uk
He is smoothly nefarious online gambling tycoon, Ivan Block, who is based in Costa Rica with all the accoutrements of a James Bond villain plus an easy-on-the-eye associate (Gemma Arterton).
Leer crítica26 sep 2013
Shadows on the Wall
Sleek and achingly cool, this film puts sexy actors in beautiful locations. But they're stranded there without a coherent story. It's a fast-paced thriller that simply refuses to establish any sense of tension or danger, and the characters are paper thin.
Leer crítica24 sep 2013
What Culture
Runner Runner is an attempt at constructing a thriller based around online gambling and the riches that can come from playing your cards right. Gambling in general has always been associated with living life on the wild side, regardless if it’s done...
Leer crítica4 oct 2013
TotalFilm.com
Everything is a gamble according to Justin Timberlake’s online poker whizz Richie Furst in Runner Runner – a philosophy that eludes this safely derivative, risk-averse script.
Leer crítica24 sep 2013
Hindustan Times
Perhaps the only purpose served by this formulaic thriller is that it warns viewers against the perils of online gambling.
Leer crítica5 oct 2013
Interpretación
Justin Timberlake...Richie Furst
Ben Affleck...Ivan Block
Gemma Arterton...Rebecca Shafran
Anthony Mackie...Agent Shavers
Michael Esper...Billy 'Pet' Petricoff
Oliver Cooper...Andrew Cronin
Christian George...Wilson
Yul Vazquez...Delegate Herrera
John Heard...Harry Furst
James Molina...Esteban
Louis Lombardi...Archie
Vincent Laresca...Sergeant Barrancas
Bernie O. Ramos Robledo...Handlebar Mustache
Sam Palladio...Shecky
David Costabile...Professor Horstein
Carlos Sanz...Police Captain
David Castro...Airport Security
Sam Upton...Agent Poole
Hugh Scott...Shooter
Sandha Khin...Shooter's Girlfriend
Jordan Beder...Paul Arnaud
Clifford Myatt...Towel
Jeremy E. Gonzalez...Esteban's Son (as Jeremy Gonzalez Santiago)
Juan Padilla-Lallave...Esteban's Son
Randall M. Corsi...Robe
Margarita Álvarez...Junior Executive
Bob Gunton...Dean Alex Monroe
Ben Schwartz...Craig
Dayo Okeniyi...Lionel
Mike Sampedro...Lou Roach
Laura Aleman...Masseuse
Doug Weinberg...Angle Shooter
Carlos M. Gonzalez...Stickman
Nayka M. Vallejo...SUV Girl
Dalissa Nevarez...Girl
Yessenia Monge...Esteban's Wife
Phil Laak...Poker Player
Antonio Esfandiari...Poker Player
Deadmau5...DJ
Efrain Canino Santos...Passport Official
Sam Mendoza...Ground Crew Member
Natasha Lopez Cruz...Flight Attendant
Jim Cruz...Helicopter Pilot
Wifredo Alejandro...Costa Rican Policeman
Adriana Fontanals Cuebas...Student
David Davila...Pilot at Bar
Samuel Verdejo...Handlebar Mustache Bodyguard
Nilo Veredjo...Handlebar Mustache Bodyguard
Carlos Alberto Alvarez-Viñas...Hotel Guest
Steven Weisz...Doorman John (uncredited)
Jon Douglas Rainey...Businessman (uncredited)
Brian Tester...Casino Whale (uncredited)
Justin Paul...Bar Back (uncredited)
Gil O'Brien...NYC Pedestrian (uncredited)
Joel Isaac...Costa Rican Worker (uncredited)
Christopher McLinden...Lico (1st Student) (uncredited)
Geronimo Mercado...Himself Extra(dj) (uncredited)
Manuel Gilberto Santiago...Car Salesman for Richie Furst (uncredited)
Jeannine Kaspar...Ashley (uncredited)
Diana Laura...Sandra Leon (uncredited)
Laurence Mason...Governor (uncredited)
Mekaiela Rey...Jane (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Brad Furman
Producer:Leonardo DiCaprio (producer)
Erik Holmberg (executive producer)
Jennifer Davisson Killoran (producer)
Brian Koppelman (producer)
Scott LaStaiti (executive producer)
David Levien (producer)
Dylan Russell (executive producer)
Michael Shamberg (producer)
Stacey Sher (producer)
Joseph Zolfo (line producer: additional photography)
Writer:Brian Koppelman (written by) &)
David Levien (written by)
Composer:Christophe Beck
Cinematographer:Mauro Fiore
Editing:Jeff McEvoy
Casting:Ronna Kress
Production Design:Charisse Cardenas
Art Director:Sarah Contant
Set Decorator:Monica Monserrate
Costume Design:Carlos Rosario (co-costume designer)
Sophie De Rakoff
Makeup:Elena Arroy (background makeup supervisor)
Dominique Borrel (makeup artist)
Rolf John Keppler (key makeup artist)
Anne Morgan (hair department head)
Melizah Schmidt (hair stylist)
Michelle Vittone (makeup department head)
Jay Wejebe (background makeup supervisor)
Jacqueline Jimenez (makeup artist)
Betty Lou Skinner (hair stylist)
Marta Ezal Colón (assistant makeup artist: Puerto Rico)
Abadha Lila (makeup artist)
Marta Trinidad (makeup artist)
Production Management:Victor Barriga (unit manager)
Mathew Hart (unit production manager)
Jennifer Webb (production supervisor)
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