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Rialto Movie Of The Week: The Cooler

RIALTO MOVIE OF THE WEEK
The Cooler


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The unluckiest man in Vegas (William H Macy) - a guy who's bad luck is contagious - is used by the last of the old time mob run casinos to kill high rollers' action. That is, until he falls in love with a cocktail waitress (Maria Bello), and gets 'lady luck', which throws the situation in reverse. It falls to the casino director (Alec Baldwin) to attempt to break them up.

Rating: R16 - Violence, Offensive Language, Drug Use & Sex Scenes., 104 mins

Genre: Drama

Actors: Alec Baldwin, Maria Bello, William H Macy

Release Date: 24-06-2004

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Official Website:
http://www.thecoolermovie.com/

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