Money MonsterLee Gates is a Wall Street guru who picks hot stocks as host of the television show 'Money Monster.' One day, he and his producer Patty are put in an extreme situation when an irate investor takes over their studio.
Actors of "Money Monster"
Characters of "Money Monster"
Directors of "Money Monster"Jodie FosterBirthdate: 19 November 1962, Los Angeles, California, USA
Creators of "Money Monster"Jamie LindenAlan DiFiore
Critic Reviews of "Money Monster"New YorkerMay 23, 2016
The frenzied drama has no clear point of view besides its air of celebrity condescension.Chicago ReaderMay 19, 2016
With all the ranting about a "rigged" financial system, the movie certainly captures the zeitgeist, but it' so overloaded with action-movie tropes and tech-based plot contrivances that it begins to feel a little silly.Us WeeklyMay 19, 2016
No matter how many times Jack O'Connell waves his gun in the air and threatens to detonate the place with a bomb, you never truly believe anyone's life is in danger.TheWrapMay 18, 2016
A bewilderingly facile and preposterously plotted misfire that offers few pleasures as either a star-driven thriller or a big-screen indictment of the forces that devastated global bank accounts.Salon.comMay 16, 2016
The pieces would seem to be in place, but ... "Money Monster" is a stodgy, moribund plodder loaded with stock characters that wouldn't have felt edgy in 1983 and has about the same contemporary urgency as your average late-night rerun of "CSI: NY."Christian Science MonitorMay 13, 2016
Investing in this movie would not be a safe bet.Bloomberg NewsApril 05, 2017
Money Monster occasionally veers deep into the weeds of financial jargon -- quantitative analytics, dark pools, high-frequency trading -- but the filmmakers wisely opt to embrace the broad audience appeal of a frenetic conspiracy thriller.SFistMarch 23, 2017
The movie works as both an old fashioned ( ... ) siege thriller, and as a serious indictment of American financial institutions.PublímetroFebruary 23, 2017
Doesn't say anything that is no longer known, but what it has to say, it does it with style, sense of humor and suspense. [Full review in Spanish]Film Ireland MagazineJanuary 03, 2017
Part of what makes Money Monster less than it should be is the non-thrilling aspect of this thriller storyline.Financial TimesDecember 30, 2016
The yammer and righteousness defeat Clooney and even Julia Roberts, stuck at a console twitching knobs and micromanaging frowns as the producer trying to hold the show together.NUVO NewsweeklyDecember 30, 2016
Money Monster doesn't fully come alive on screen. It tries too hard to make a statement, losing sight of the people amid the politics.
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