A suburban high-school graduate tries to sidestep his father's plans for his future. There's plenty of talent here, but River and friends have seen better days.
After a false start or two, veteran hustler Eddie (Paul Newman) brings his trainee pool shark Vincent (Tom Cruise), with girlfriend Carmen (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) to an old haunt, meeting friend Orvis (Bill Cobbs), in Martin Scorsese's The Color Of Money, 1986.
Director Martin Scorsese narrates his opening, in which Paul Newman, in his Academy Award-winning performance reprising Fast Eddie Felson, from The Hustler, 1961, is introduced, along with Helen Shaver and John Turturro, in The Color Of Money, 1986, also starring Tom Cruise.
Impressed with the talents of Vincent (Tom Cruise), Eddie Felson (Paul Newman, in his Academy Award performance) begins introducing him, with girlfriend Carmen (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio), to some of the other components of pool hustling, in Martin Scorsese's The Color Of Money, 1986.
The Color of Money -- Clip: Eddie picks up girl at the bar
The Color of Money -- Clip: Vincent hits a trick shot
The Color of Money -- Clip: Eddie beats first time player
The Color of Money -- A pool shark's greed gets him into trouble when he loses start to outnumber his wins.
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Academy Award(R)-winner Paul Newman and Academy Award(R)-nominee Tom Cruise ignite the screen in this powerful drama. Brilliantly directed by Martin Scorsese, Newman re-creates one of his most memorable roles from THE HUSTLER. As Fast Eddie Felson, he still believes that "money won is twice as sweet as money earned." To prove his point, he forms a profitable yet volatile partnership with Vince (Cruise), a young pool hustler with a sexy, tough-talking girlfriend (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio). But when Vince's flashy arrogance leads to more than a few lost matches, all bets are off between Eddie and him. THE COLOR OF MONEY will electrify you with its suspenseful story, dazzling cinematography, and dynamic performances.
A pool shark's greed gets him into trouble when he loses start to outnumber his wins.
Scorsese-directed drama about a retired pool hustler who gets lured back into the game when he takes on a cocky young protégé.
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