Best dating movies of all time
In the age of sequels, prequels and reboots, coming across original film content is pretty rare.
In the exceptional occasion that Hollywood produces a film that’s so enthralling, so captivating that we as an audience can’t look away, it quickly becomes iconic.
Starring John Cusack as Roy Dillon, a small-time con man, this film portrays the pull of personal and criminal life in a very dysfunctional familial relationship.He immediately sets up a bet with a businessman who happens to own most of Diggstown (known for it’s boxing). That Gabe can find a boxer that can knock out ten of the town’s boxers within 24 hours.The film is certainly a new take on the con artist film, as it’s largely defined as a sports film.The duo play two con men, Freddy Benson (Martin) and Lawrence Jamieson (Caine), that are attempting to settle a rivalry.To do so, they bet on who is able to con an American heiress (Glenne Headly) out of ,000 first.
stars Will Smith as Nicky Spurgeon, a very accomplished con man who takes an amateur con artist, Jess (Margot Robbie), under his wing.