Inspiring movie the gambler who will taught you about life in reality Western drama movie titled "The Gambler (2015)" is a remake of the 1974 film which tells where a professor named Jim Bennett, played by (Mark Wahlberg) who should teach and inspire the students, but the professor secret addiction to gambling. Stories about Jim Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) a professor of literature that has double life but on the one hand he was a brilliant lecturer. On the other hand he was a gambling addiction. He spends most of the night at the blackjack table and roulette wheel until finally he lost and owes a great debt to the owner casino Mr. Lee (Alvin Ing)in The Gambler Bennett ran away and hid. But Bennett situation deteriorated soon after he received money from moneylenders Neville Baraka (Michael Kenneth Williams). As a result he was forced to gamble again with the hope of getting a big win and then be able to escape from the world of gambling. For that he was relying on reason and good luck to be out of danger. The suffering experienced by the time Jim had to borrow money from a gangster named Neville played by (Michael Kenneth Williams) and life assurance. With it forced him to extort money from his mother, Roberta, played by (Jessica Lange). Jim who immerses himself in the world of black must deal with gangsters and also pursued by the usurer named Frank, played by (John Goodman) who ask for loans from his father Jim. For some viewers this "The Gambler" movie might seem attractive, but with expectations that are not on the normal level of what is provided by this film was lacking for me, as The Gambler can be much more interesting. Of the loan and then bet that creates exciting potential in the beginning we actually get a character study that feels fake, trying to tease the audience with the main conflict but failed to direct audience attention on the main mode.