A charismatic New York City jeweler always on the lookout for the next big score makes a series of high-stakes bets that could lead to the windfall of a lifetime. Howard must perform a precarious high-wire act, balancing business, family, and encroaching adversaries on all sides in his relentless pursuit of the ultimate win.
ActorsStarring: Adam Sandler, Julia Fox, Lakeith Stanfield, Idina Menzel, Kevin Garnett, Judd Hirsch, Abel Tesfaye, Tilda Swinton, John Amos, Trinidad James, Eric Bogosian, Marcia DeBonis, Pom Klementieff, Jeremy Sample, Hailey Gates, Noa Fisher, Anthony Mecca, Jake Ryan, Natasha Lyonne, Sahar Bibiyan, Josh Ostrovsky, Robbie DeRaffele, Warren Finkelstein, Keith Williams Richards, Thomas Kominik, Maksud Agadjani, Ca$h Out, Andrea Linsky, Roman Persits, Paloma Elsesser, Mike Francesa, Gerard "Dash" McQuiller, Darien Howard, Jonathan Aranbayev, Todd Vulpio, Ronald Greenberg, Marshall Greenberg, Michael A. Sollecito, Sean Ringgold, Damany Eastman, Jacob Igielski, Shemsi Selimaj, Arthur Borukhov, Stuart Wenig, Mitchell Wenig, Mesfin Lamengo, Sun Zhi Hua-Hilton, Sunny Wu Jin Zahao, Liang Wei-Hui-Duncan, Daneke Muhugeta, Habtunu Africho, Raleem Moses, Keren Shemel, Max Bartos, Louis Anthony Arias, Aren Topian, Lino Eisenberg, Shiv Pai, Kerwin Frost, La Mar Taylor, William Sappe, Greg Yuna, Victor Plajas, Ricky Barksdale, Jennifer Venditti, Larry 'Ratso' Sloman, Benjy Kleiner, Svetlana B. Levitin, Roza Babekova, Jessica Mullayev, Izra Malakov, Brad Davidorf, Ralph Colucci, Marty Tendler, Conor Coyne, Alexander Gilkes, Jennifer Sacks, Wayne Diamond, Debbie DeLisi, Chad Neves, Ara Daglian, Glenn "Doc" Rivers, Erika Wachter, Paige Neuenschwander, Cassie Prusiensky, Ursula Triplett
I’ve never imagined liking a movie with Sandler this much. One of the best movies in years. The whole script is based on one man’s suddenly collapsing life, and executed so well that I don’t know another movie being so good in this department. The amount of tension and nerves is insane. The actors were shouting over each other the whole time, which is an easy way to spoil the movie, but it only adds up to the experience. Sandler absolutely killed it in this one, and Safdies returned with an uncut gem after their already solid “Good Time”.