Joe Stapleton Ensures Poker Movie The Card Counter Adds Up

July 30, 2021 Gossip, Rumors & Buzz The trailer for the new poker-related movie, The Card Counter, written and directed by Paul Schrader, is now online prior to the film’s Sept. 10 release. Joe Stapleton (pictured) helped shape the poker scenes in Paul Schrader’s new movie, The Card Counter. (Image: Poker Central) Details of the … Read more

‘Card Counter’ with Oscar Isaac for rent Rita Moreno documentary on Netflix

Here’s a look at what’s new or notable in home video. Movies and TV series are available on streaming sites such as iTunes, Amazon and Vudu unless otherwise noted. “The Card Counter”: “Change up your routine, live a little,” sounds like decent advice, but for the solitary men in Paul Schrader’s movies, it’s a bad … Read more

The Card Counter is a Disappointing Entry in a Genius’s Filmography – SXU Student Media

Few screenwriters influenced the New Hollywood movement more than Paul Schrader. The writer of Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Mishima helped bridge the gap between Hollywood and European cinema. With all this in mind, I was looking forward to watching his latest film, The Card Counter. Boasting Martin Scorsese as executive producer and Oscar Isaac … Read more

Paul Schrader Talks ‘Master Gardener,’ Follow-Up to ‘The Card Counter’

Paul Schrader, who received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Zurich Film Festival on Friday, is planning to start shooting thriller “Master Gardener” in February, with Joel Edgerton and Sigourney Weaver starring, and the third role to be played by a young woman of color. Zendaya was his first choice, but they couldn’t agree on … Read more

Tiffany Haddish to star in Paul Schrader’s ‘The Card Counter’

It’s all in the cards for Tiff Tiffany Haddish is in “The Card Counter.” Director’s Paul Schrader who wrote “Taxi Driver.” Tiffany: “It’s about a former vet (played by Oscar Isaac) who has PTSD, likes playing poker, has a poker face and is so intense that his character could win an Oscar. “I didn’t understand the script at first. … Read more

‘The Card Counter’ Plays A Familiar Hand

Focus Features In 2017, Paul Schrader hit a late-career peak with First Reformed, a tightly wound, disturbing application of his own theories of transcendental cinema. While the film garnered almost unanimous praise and earned Schrader his first Oscar nomination — a shockingly belated honor considering his track record as one of American cinema’s legendary auteurs … Read more

Cinephile Hissy Fit Welcomes Ben Cahlamer’s Chips on The Card Counter

The Cinephile Hissy Fit podcast, sponsored and supported by the Ruminations Radio Network, welcomed back our very first guest for another pair of episodes. Please welcome back Phoenix-based film critic and podcaster Ben Cahlamer! Last time, if you recall, he joined Will Johnson and Don Shanahan for back-to-back episodes bowing at the altar of Blade Runner … Read more

Full Circle Showdown: ‘The Card Counter’ Review

The writers and film lovers here at Full Circle Cinema know that opinions on films are divisive and can get pretty argumentative. But to encourage friendly and lively debate, we have Full Circle Showdown. This series involves an in-depth discussion and collaborative review from two writers who have different opinions and ways of seeing films. … Read more