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Here are all 26 Steve McQueen movies ranked from worst to best. 26. Never Love a Stranger. This is not a great movie. With a whopping 5.4 rating on IMDB Never Love a Stranger barely even qualifies as an “ok” movie. Despite the fact that almost every aspect of this film was poorly executed, it was baby-faced McQueen’s first major movie role. Link. 25. Never So Few. Frank Sinatra, Steve.
Steve McQueen brings his cool fire to the role of CINCINNATI KID, a small-timer eager to take his chance in high-stakes poker. He gets his chance. Regal, ruthless, Lancey Howard (Edward G. Robinson), the elite gambler called the Man, accepts the Kids's challenge. Norman Jewison (IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, MOONSTRUCK) directs this taut exploration of back-room gaming, building suspense with each.
The Cincinnati Kid is very much a vehicle for Steve McQueen, his charisma and effortless cool make this gambling drama indebted to his stature, in what is an otherwise unremarkable poker flick which retreads the same ground that The Hustler did, albeit on a different kind of felt table. If you're like me and are completely clueless when it comes to card games, you won't know what's happening.
The Cincinnati Kid by Steve McQueen Format:. leave it to Steve McQueen to bring excitement and engery to a poker game. McQueen is known for his facial expressions rather than dialogue in his films so who could be better to play card genius but Steve McQueen. Somehow it all works and the poker game is interesting even if you know nothing about gambling.
This was one of the revolutionary movies of its time. Released way back in 1965, the movie revolves around Eric Stoner, otherwise known as “The Kid,” played by the great Steve McQueen as he establishes himself as the best poker player among the professionals. The film was heavily criticized due to its similarities with another film, The Hustler.
Steve McQueen stars as the Cincinnati Kid, a crackerjack New Orleans stud poker player. Tired of chicken feed, the Kid decides to challenge The Man (Edward G. Robinson), the reigning poker champ.
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The Cincinnati Kid Set in 1930s New Orleans, this Norman Jewison-directed, Steve McQueen-starring pic centres on a young up-and-comer trying to beat the master, played by Edgar G. Robinson. Think of this as a slighter version of The Hustler, but on a different sort of felt. Rounders Just when you think you’re out, they pull you back in again. Matt Damon returns to the poker table to aid a.
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Steve McQueen knew all about that. Absent father and a heavy drinking mother who married a string of abusive men. Running with gangs in LA at fourteen. Two years in a reform school, from which he tried to escape, and then into the marines at seventeen. He went from that to become the highest paid star in the world. So, here’s a chronological look at the pick of his movies.
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Steve McQueen was an iconic actor and fearless racer who played some of the most memorable roles on the big screen. He was not one to back away from roles in films that featured non-stop action from start to finish. His skill at car and motorcycle racing as well as horseback riding easily translated into his films and added depth to his characters.
Steve McQueen stars in this movie that details the gambling scene in New Orleans in the 1930s, in all its dark glory. While the poker action may seem odd to today’s No Limit Hold Em obsessed crowd (they play only Five Card Stud in the film), anyone who has played real money poker can definitely empathize with McQueen’s character Eric Stoner, and the high stakes games and intrigue he finds.
This is a story about poker players but specifically one poker player, the Cincinnati Kid (Steve McQueen). As a good, aggressive player the Kid is anxious to be number one, but to do so he must take on and beat Lancey Howard (Edward G. Robinson), called The Man. The Cincinnati Kid is surrounded by poker playing characters and their women. The.
Steve McQueen brings his cool fire to the role of the Cincinnati Kid, a small-timer eager to take his chances in high-stakes poker. He gets his chance. Regal, ruthless Lancey Howard (Edward G. Robinson), the elite gambler called the Man, accepts the Kid's challenge. Norman Jewison ('In The Heat of the Night', 'Moonstruck') directs this taut exploration of back-room gaming, building suspense.Steve McQueen’s new film Widows is based on a seminal TV series and is dedicated to Eva Mottley the lead actress in the original but her story was not a happy one and ended in tragedy.The Cincinnati Kid Movie Review, Trailer. Title: The Cincinnati Kid. Year: 1965. Country: USA. Directed by Norman Jewison. Starring: Steve McQueen, Edward G. Robinson, Karl Malden, Ann-Margret. The Cincinnati Kid can be called one of the best films in the history of poker. Though the movie is of 60s, it rather accurately shows atmosphere and tension at the table.