Nearly 100 years after its creation, the power of the U.S. Federal Reserve has never been greater. Markets and governments around the world hold their breath in anticipation of the Fed Chairman's every word. Yet the average person knows very little about the most powerful - and least understood - financial institution on earth. Narrated by Liev Schreiber, Money For Nothing is the first film to take viewers inside the Fed and reveal the impact of Fed policies - past, present, and future - on our lives. Join current and former Fed officials as they debate the critics, and each other, about the decisions that helped lead the global financial system to the brink of collapse in 2008. And why we might be headed there again.
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Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve torrent reviews
Bjrn E (ru) wrote: 8 av 10. Sjukt annorlunda och jvligt bra.
Cole R (it) wrote: One of the greatest war films out there, this film captures the tragic event that happened in Somalia of 1993 perfectly. The drama, plot, action, characters, and etc. all turn out really well. This is a movie that is close to being perfect, but it deserves a respectable Grade A for being amazing, emotional, and intriguing at the same time. Score = 9.6
Adam W (mx) wrote: A film of two halves: the first very funny, the second takes a trun for the dark. Both the young actors are excellent and Paddy gives a proper fooked performance in his first role.
Hoss J (us) wrote: The sets are gorgeous and so are the ladies. The dialogue is unforgivably bad. "But Maya, you are nothing but a lowly servant!" is a typical example of the as-you-know-Bob exposition technique, which should not be used ever. I found it difficult to understand Maya's motivations. She sleeps with a king to make her best friend mad, then she falls in love with some other guy, then the king gets mad and kills that guy, and it's supposed to be tragic? This situation could have been easily avoided if she had a sassy gay friend.
Akramul i (fr) wrote: Great action movie and pop culture references. My only problem: EVERYONE EXCEPT JOHN AND AL! The FBI are idiots, the police are assholes and the terrorists outsmarted them despite knowing everything about Americans from pop culture, which annoyed me everytime Hans based John on movie heroes
Richard D (nl) wrote: Gary Oldman is fabulous. Chloe Webb is great, although I really can't stand watching her for more than 10 minutes at a time. Andrew Schofield really shines as Johnny Rotten ... the film takes a serious hit when he departs it. There's a fantastic series of cameos and small parts for the likes of Sy Richardson, Eddie Tudor-Pole, Xander Berkeley and Iggy Pop, to name just a few. That said, after the halfway point, this movie slumps into a mire of repetitive drug use and Chloe Webb whining that is pretty painful to watch. The first half is more watchable, but riddled with puzzling inaccuracies. I'm unclear why Cox really wanted to make this film.
Nike V (nl) wrote: Vampiros is cool, great filmposters too.
Naoya K (au) wrote: Somewhere between Antonioni and Wenders.
Joanna K (mx) wrote: Needed to see it. I am so late on classics! I was not allowed to see these movies as a kid.
Marilee A (mx) wrote: The Last Scene Freaked me out, Murder committed by Strobe Light, Very Effective.First and last film I ever screamed in
Al M (kr) wrote: Awesome and brutal western from goremaster Lucio Fulci. Filled with rape, torture, cannibalism, and a bizarre series of sixties pop ballads that follow the narration of the film, Four of the Apocalypse is finely crafted, well-directed, and nightmarish take on the genre.
Haytham K (ag) wrote: Love Nest is a must see for Marilyn Monroe's fans in one of her early performances. It's a sweet and simple comedy about an army returnee and his wife who has bought a broken down apartment building and their relationship with their tenants.
Allan C (au) wrote: Following his producing success creating a series of classic 80s action films that include "48 hrs," "Lethal Weapon," and "Predator," Joel Silver produced an action film starring Carl Weather as Jericho "Action" Jackson. This film seems much smaller compared to Silver's other films, such as "Die Hard," which was released the same year as Jackson, but it's still kind of a fun 80s time capsule to unlock. Craig T. Nelson is the kung-fu fighting bad guy and Prince's ex-girlfriend Vanity is along for the ride, getting to sing a few times, and you also have Sharon Stone before she hit it big, along with Thomas F. "Biff" Wilson. You also get some iconic 80s character actors Al Leong (the Asian guy who tortures Mel Gibson in "Lethal Weapon," has the cleavers in "Big Trouble in Little China" and eats a candy bar in "Die Hard") and Ed O'Ross (the guy without the mole on his forehead who always played evil Russians). You also get to see 80s familiar faces Bill Duke as an archetypal shouting police captain, and Robert Davi as a tweaker. There's even an excellent 80s style music score by Herbie Hancock and Michael Kamen, with sharp action cinematography by Matthew F. Leonetti. However, the key missing elements are a witty script, which really makes you appreciate what Shane Black and Steven E. de Souza brought to their films, and a star who brings self deprecating charm or humor to the film. Arnold was not all that self deprecating in his action films, but he did almost always bring humor. Weathers is a big dude with some charisma, but he lacked the humor and charm of the best action stars. I suppose Stallone managed to get by on Rambo being a humorless characters, but he wasn't so successful in films like "Cobra." If you're in an cheesy 80s action flick sort of mod, it's worth watching, but it's far from being a n 80s classic.
Kevin M W (gb) wrote: Some preaching to the choir, the dance band on the Titanic playing Nearer My God To Thee, that's a bit w/o direction (but perhaps that's only an effect of hysteria). On the good side, it's a hopeful tune that's offered, buuuut ... the evidence presented throughout stoutly refutes any hope whatsoever. The reporters secretly film people breaking the law, harvesting endangered species, whose only guilt seems meshed in being caught again. You'll need a bottle of vino to digest this.