"I don't take endorsing anyone lightly, mostly because I think most ""traders"" who shares their trades for free are liars, cheats, frauds or cowards. John I don't believe is any of these as I have se Read more...
"It is 2008 and the stock price of Lehman Brothers is falling and CEO Richard Fuld(James Woods) is badly in need of cash and a sugar daddy. However, he rejects Warren Buffett's(Ed Asner) offer of $40 a share as an insult to his pride and his manhood. And then instantly regrets having done so because Read more...
"Too Big to Fail" Truly Succeeds
"This HBO produced film gives dialog and a behind-the-scenes feel to the 2008 financial debacle so perfectly exposed in ""Inside Job."" The direction by Curtis Hanson is razor-clean cut, and the performances, especially by James Woods, Paul Giamatti and William Hurt underscore the irony that not o Read more...
Short and Sweet
"After watching hours of news stories about the bank bailouts, I still never fully grasped what was going on - only the most broad outlines of it. This movie explained it clearly - and, most shockingly, somebody made a movie about banking regulations that was interesting and engrossing. Excellent Read more...
This movie is another movie just like "Inside Job" explaining the market crash in 2008 in a great manner. It's a must watch.
I love this movie!! This movie about the recent crisis is great. Throughout the movie we can see how everything play out at those times and the different meeting that the investments banks had at the time in order to prevent this crisis to happen. Whenever a CEO was introduce in the movie the would Read more...
THE BEST MOVIE ABOUT FINANCIAL CRISIS
"This movie is in spanish subtittle too and show the inside side of the crisis. I write little words because my english aren't fluid. I recommend it because is a true story."
Great movie and very entertaining
"I like how the movie explained the global situation. It really gave the perception to its viewers that the bailouts were absolutely necessary unless we wanted a collapse of the entire financial system, especially AIG's bailout. It also portrays Paulson as a hero, as he tried to do the best that h Read more...
Better Than Wall Street 2
"Sure, sure, it could've been better but overall this HBO movie was pretty good and there were some actually tense and comedic scenes, which Wall Street 2 failed miserably at doing...same exact topics, concepts and sadly the needed-for-dumbass-America explanations of simple financial instruments, bu Read more...