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  • Official Trailer
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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Inspired by the viral New York Magazine article, Hustlers follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients.

Cast

  • Constance Wu
  • Jennifer Lopez
  • Julia Stiles
  • Keke Palmer
  • Lili Reinhart
  • Cardi B
  • Lizzo
  • Madeline Brewer
  • Mette Towley
  • Trace Lysette

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Trivia

  • Jennifer Lopez gave up sugar and carbs for 10 days to prepare for her role.
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Quotes

    • Ramona: We're a family now. A family with money!
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Verified Review
#girlsnight
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The best movie ever!

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Nabeelah H
Verified Review
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Was ok but despite a good cast lacked substance just fell flat nearing the end

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Eileen V

Metacritic

100
Sep 14, 2019

An immediate entrant into the pantheon of female friendship movies, Hustlers — a pretty much perfect film — makes plain the hollowness of so many other iterations of girl power in studio projects. You can feel its heart beat.

Metacritic review by Inkoo Kang
Inkoo Kang
Slate
80
Sep 7, 2019

Part workplace dramedy, part revenge fantasy, the film weaves together a series of satisfying, organic-feeling turns.

Metacritic review by Beandrea July
Beandrea July
The Hollywood Reporter
70
Sep 7, 2019

Like the sequinned, simpering erotic dancers it spotlights, Hustlers is a lot smarter than it initially looks. Given a story about a gang of larcenous strippers, audiences might expect little more than dirty jokes and steamy sex. But this slyly feminist movie pushes empowerment, too; it’s a film about being in control, not losing it.

Metacritic review by Stephen Whitty
Stephen Whitty
Screen International