Pocket Money (1972)
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Critic Reviews for Pocket Money
The lazily incongruous character studies of naive Newman, hard-drinking, slow-witted Marvin, and a strong support cast, come from a script by Terrence Malick.
Pocket Money is a real curiosity, all style and no movie.
A nondescript movie that never takes flight despite the initial interest that the plot of twilight tints seems to have, due to the tone of its photography, the music or the endearing song of Carole King. [Full Review in Spanish]
Audience Reviews for Pocket Money
Great acting from Paul Newman and Lee Marvin as well as directing from Stuart Rosenberg, but this is a complete mess of a story and almost incomprehensible. It's a movie that makes you question if there was ever really a story being told at all. There's a man trying to transport horses and that's really all you can say abut the entire movie, it's difficult just to be so. I think with a better script it would've been something like Hud.
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