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Dónal Kennedy over 4 years ago
Suffers from a complete lack of energy, flabby script and odd editing.
Mark over 4 years ago
Movie about US banking system. Sound boring? No, one of the most interesting films ever.
Bey Deckard over 5 years ago
Great indie movie with top actors.
Paul Flanaghan almost 6 years ago
Financial horror film where the characters edge towards the precipice of the 2008 crisis
Michael Cole over 6 years ago
Interesting to watch the hyper-rationalization of people when focused on self-preservation
Robbie Crossfield over 6 years ago
Ruthless to save themselves
Carlos Encalada over 7 years ago
the quote about the percentage of winners and losers struck me as arrogant....that's all
Jose Manuel Testa over 7 years ago
Cuando sólo somos cifras en un monitor.
Michael King over 7 years ago
Slow burner about the financial crisis with great acting. Not too preachy comparatively.
Sebastian von Conrad over 7 years ago
In an excellent ensemble cast, Jeremy Irons steals the show. Very good movie all around.
wayupnorth almost 8 years ago
Interesting - but chilling - look inside "their" world
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
Fantastic cast, great storyline. Unfortunately, it's more than a little slow at times.
Steve Gilles almost 8 years ago
First film I found via GoodFilms was awesome, therefore GoodFilms is awesome.
Charlie Gleason almost 8 years ago
Glen Maddern almost 8 years ago
Gripping and believable. Scenes with Jeremy Irons and Kevin Spacey are wonderful.
Alex Walker 8 years ago
Well made. Kinda dark. Makes you hate the finance world more than you already did.
Dominic Dirupo over 8 years ago
Accurate investment banking movie. Essentially, a film about having meetings
Adam Meehan over 8 years ago
Superbly naturalistic. The Wall Street of our times but more subtle characters.
Courtney Bess 6 months ago
Juss Saska 1 year ago
Margin Call is a 2011 American independent drama film, written and directed by J.C. Chandor, and starring Kevin Spacey, Demi Moore, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Irons, Zachary Quinto, Stanley Tucci, Simon Baker, and Penn Badgley. The film takes place over a 24-hour period at a large investment bank (loosely modeled on Lehman Brothers ) and focuses on the financial crisis of 2007–2008. The film follows the actions taken by a group of employees during the financial collapse. The film was first shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2011 and opened on October 21, 2011 in the United States. Junior employees Seth Bregman (Penn Badgley) and Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto) and senior trader Will Emerson (Paul Bettany) watch as a human resources team conducts mass layoffs on their trading floor. One of the fired employees is Eric Dale (Stanley Tucci), who works in risk management. Before leaving, Dale gives Peter a USB drive with a project he had been working on, telling him to "be careful."...
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