The best con artist movies are the ones you don’t see coming, where you don’t know if what’s happening is part of a long game, or if the flim-flammer is really in trouble.
Two of the best examples came out in 1973. “The Sting,” George Roy Hill’s tremendous film, which stars Robert Redford and Paul Newman, won seven Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director, while “Paper Moon” saw Tatum O’Neal become the youngest Best Supporting Actress winner. There have been pl...
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