Drama • R • 2015 • 1 hr 52 min
Really good. Garfield and Shannon were great together. Definitely recommend.
One of my favorite indie movies. Garfield and Shannon are perfect as adversaries turned Allies. It also tells a relatable message
It’s not The Big Short, but it’s still an excellent representation of ‘08. The Gordon Gekko type villain brings a new perspective to things.
A rage inducing drama with a incredible Michael Shannon performance. This movie is a nightmare for home owners
Was a fun movie l. Found the story to be rushed a little bit, but overall really liked it.
Loved it great movie. At first it sickened me to think this is actually reality. Excellent throughout.
Great film. The ending was incredibly disappointing.
Thought-provoking film with effective and charismatic performances from its two leads.
Every action has a reaction. Seriously good film about morals.
Tough film dealing with a lot of moral ambiguity. Two great lead performances.
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