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Money Monster (2016)

Financial TV host Lee Gates and his producer Patty are put in an extreme situation when an irate investor takes over their studio.

IMDB: 6.8177 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 722.98M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 95
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 6 / 60

The Synopsis for Money Monster (2016) 720p

In the real-time, high stakes thriller Money Monster, George Clooney and Julia Roberts star as financial TV host Lee Gates and his producer Patty, who are put in an extreme situation when an irate investor who has lost everything (Jack O'Connell) forcefully takes over their studio. During a tense standoff broadcast to millions on live TV, Lee and Patty must work furiously against the clock to unravel the mystery behind a conspiracy at the heart of today's fast-paced, high-tech global markets.

The Director and Players for Money Monster (2016) 720p

[Role:]Jack OConnell
[Role:]George Clooney
[Role:]Julia Roberts
[Role:Director]Jodie Foster

The Reviews for Money Monster (2016) 720p

Reviewed byfordmodelt FordVote: 8/10/10

Considering this is a pretty intense movie about a desperate guythreatening to shoot and blow up people, this movie had moments ofunexpected humour. The whole cinema was laughing at various points.Which was very cleverly done by director, Jodie Foster. The movie iswell scripted and well acted. Clooney and Roberts clearly enjoy workingtogether (just don't remind me of Ocean's 12). I agree with the otherreviewer who said the movie should have just stopped with the return tothe foosball table, and not gone for the schmaltzy hospital scene. Notthe greatest movie of the year and not Oscar-worthy, but well worth theprice of the movie ticket. Can't understand why it's only got a ratingof 6.8 on IMDb.

Reviewed byalexmuns-203-832721Vote: 3/10/10

The causes of the global financial crisis of 2008-2010 and themechanisms that speculators use are complicated and thus not easilypackaged into a 90-minute movie. But movies such as "Margin Call","Arbitrage", "Wall Street" and especially the documentary "Inside Job"do a much better job of explaining them than "Money Monster". Producer-actor George Clooney is known for his anti-establishment movies, andones such as "Ides of March" are excellent. But on this occasion he anddirector Jodie Foster try to do too much: denunciation of Wall Street,financial markets, crooked bankers and the news media. Clooney'scharacter is akin to that of well-known financial network programhosts, and thus not original. His banter with Robert's character is attimes funny and in my view only saving grace of "Money Monster". Butmany parts of the plot are a stretch: lack of security at a majorfinancial news network and police restraint. The corrupt banker'sinvestment is in the same sector as in "Arbitrage". Globalization hasmany discontents. Movies and the media should be cautious about comingclose to justifying violent reactions, especially as copycat behaviorhas been proved.

Reviewed byModern MonstersVote: 5/10/10

If not a stylist in the slightest, Jodie Foster is a very smart ladyand a capable director with a keen flair for tone. Both funny andutterly pessimistic, Money Monster brings welcome memories of(admittedly better) movies like Network, and there are much worseassociations than this one. Presenting the alliance of computer tradingand cable television as a weapon of mass destruction, of value as wellas lives, Mrs Foster packs up a convincing case, if not escaping alltraps of such a complex subject having to be laid out and resolved in138 minutes, which by the way breeze by as if they were 98, one of thebest possible compliments for a movie in our age of bloated freakshows.

The Ibis corporation took a plunge of 800 M$ after a "glitch" affectedits high-speed trading, this mere weeks after Lee Gates, star anchor ofthe Money Monster cable program, has deemed its share safer than anylife insurance policy. Kyle Budwell (Jack O'Connell), one of the 99%,having lost everything, breaks in the TV studio, takes Gates hostage,put an explosive vest on him and asks for answers. They prove difficultto get, as Ibis' CEO has vanished. Gates can only rely on himself, andon Patty Fenn, the studio director (Julia Roberts).

It is not useless to underline that the ibis is the animal form of theEgyptian God of Knowledge, due to its ability to make the differencebetween drinkable and corrupt water, a form of wisdom which allconcerned are deprived of, intoxicated as they are with the promise ofmoney acquired faster than the speed of light, thanks to inscrutablealgorithms in a world shrunk to a few stock exchange places. Greed,once heralded as good, is still the same, though, and for lack of abetter word, greed is a bulimic monster that cannot be satiated.

There is a measure of squeamishness in having close friends Clooney andRoberts sharing top billing. Both are consummate professionals, but itis hard not to think once or twice during Money Monster that they arenot stretching their acting chops to a dangerous extent in it. Clooneyis his usual jerk with a heart of gold and easy empathy to his fellowhumans, whatever disturbed they are, and Roberts is her trademarkstrong woman whose inner vulnerability allow her to act noble insteadof curt. They make the show, however, since the other actors aresomething of a white noise, except Emily Meade as Molly, the hostagetaker's girlfriend, who is brought on the air to mollify him and hasone excellent, enraged scene.

Money Monster wears its ideas on its sleeve, but they are treatedwithout naivety. On one hand Mrs Foster is obviously sympathetic to the"Occupy Wall Street" movement and clearly thinks that unregulatedfinance is the enemy. If something catastrophic occurs, blame it oncomputer programming, on Europe, on the ways of the world. Never blameyourself for your mistakes regarding others as long as you make a loadout of them. Last time one checked, this was the 21st centurydefinition of capitalism, a battle of financial kaijus eradicatingindustrial sectors or countries alike. On the other hand, her movie ispessimistic as hell regarding the ability of the common man to make anychange to this current state of affairs. There are a couple of chillingmoments towards the end of the movie, one an enthusiastic flash mobmarching in support of Kyle Budwell, only to vanish like a flock ofsheep as a gun is fired, the other the immediate loss of interest forwhatever the same had to say when his fate is sealed. Case closed,let's have a commercial break. "What kind of program will we havetomorrow?" ask Lee Gates to Penny, whom Drama Day has obviously broughttogether (again).

Ending up in memes and tweets like most things do whenever they startnowadays, Money Monster sums up in a rather tight bundle a sizableportion of what is going wrong in our wretched century, bringing shortattention span disorder in the realm of terminal illness. We don't haveenough memory to process everything happening at the speed it ishappening. Our short bursts of indignation are followed by long boutsof complacency. If money has always been the root of evil, it is now avery modern and capable monster indeed.

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