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The Big Short (2015)


The men who made millions from a global economic meltdown.

The Big Short (2015)

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Released Year: 2015
Runtime: 130 minutes
Genre: Biography, Drama
Directors: Adam McKay
Casts: Mychael Bates, Britney Spears, Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Jeremy Strong, Marisa Tomei, Steve Carell, Anthony Bourdain, Tyler Kunkle, Christian Bale, Rafe Spall, Melissa Leo, Lara Grice, Pharrell Williams, Snoop Dogg, Wayne Pére, Byron Mann, Carrie Lazar, Selena Gomez, Stanley Wong, Hamish Linklater, Tony Bentley, Jay Jablonski, Marcus Lyle Brown, Sharon Landry, Billy Slaughter, George W. Bush, Tracy Letts, John Neisler, Kate Blumberg, Peter Epstein, Al Sapienza, Garrett Hines, Dave Davis, Billy Magnussen, Finn Wittrock, Nicole Barré, Shauna Rappold, Hunter Burke, John Magaro, Leslie Castay, Kelly Lind, Bernard Hocke, Oscar Gale, Adepero Oduye, Margot Robbie, Logan Crawford, Karen Gillan, Max Greenfield, Delia Sheppard, Tupac Amaru Shakur, Andrea Vittoria Alvarado, Elliott Grey, Aiden Flowers, Brandon Stacy, Lyle Brocato, Colin Lawless, Rudy Eisenzopf, Casey Groves, Charlie Talbert, Harold Gervais, Maria Frangos, Anthony Marble, Silas Cooper, Andrew Farrier, Ingrid Steed, Vanessa Cloke, David Zalkind, Rajeev Jacob, Jay Potter, Ryan Broussard, Jeffry Griffin, Joseph Brooks, Colette Divine, Cayden Arthur Miscally, Heighlen Boyd, Ilan Srulovitz, Blaine Kern III, Jason Bayle, Richard Thaler, Sophie Lee, Michael Aaron Santos, David Kallaway, James Yeargain, Michael Brooks, Lyndsay Kimball, Robyn Wholey, David Wyman, Peter Anderson, Michael Kives, Jack Millard, Michael Joseph Varino, Joel Diggs, Michael J. Stein, Tim Wilson, Jae Suh Park, Ilan Muallem, Sue-Lynn Ansari, Dominique Hayes, Julia Holt, Alicia Davis Johnson, Alicia Davis Johnson, Landa Morland, Tim DeLaughter, Julie Doyle

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The men who made millions from a global economic meltdown.

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Reviews


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New York Magazine (Vulture) - David Edelstein
The best film of the year? Possibly …
90
Time - Stephanie Zacharek
McKay approaches this adaptation of Michael Lewis’ book with wit, energy and a surprising degree of clarity. But if the movie is a crackerjack entertainment, it’s one with a conscience.
83
The Playlist - Charlie Schmidlin
The Big Short ends up an energetic, absorbing version of these events, marked deeply by its director’s uniquely surreal vision.
80
Screen International - Tim Grierson
The Big Short means to infuriate its audience, but it’s smart enough to know that such an approach doesn’t preclude a film from being darkly, cathartically funny as well.
75
TheWrap - Inkoo Kang
The film’s compassion for everyday Americans...along with its energetic determination to entertain, enlighten, and infuriate make it a laudable surprise.

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