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  • Summary: A maverick New York hedge fund trader with uncanny analytic abilities moves to Hong Kong and orchestrates a mega-deal that swiftly escalates beyond his control. [Random Art Workshop]


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  1. Reviewed by: Scott Tobias
    Aug 8, 2012
    With its minimal settings and focus on the abstract lingo of market transactions, "Margin Call" stands as the new model for how to do Wall Street on a budget, embedding its moral themes in language and complex characters. By comparison, $upercapitalist seems naïve about both the market and the humans who operate in it.
  2. Reviewed by: Jeannette Catsoulis
    Aug 9, 2012
    Dry as new bank notes and doggedly uncinematic, Simon Yin's $upercapitalist approaches the seamy side of international finance with a story as stale as the subprime meltdown.
  3. Reviewed by: Robert Abele
    Sep 1, 2012
    The dull, hectoring financial melodrama Supercapitalist has all the spark of a high school assembly skit about not letting friends drive drunk.
  4. Reviewed by: Chuck Bowen
    Aug 8, 2012
    Ultimately plodding and resolutely old-fashioned, a corporate thriller for folks too square to indulge the possible existence of hungers so strong they must be satisfied at any cost.
  5. Reviewed by: Nick Schager
    Aug 7, 2012
    Even caped do-gooders couldn't save Supercapitalist, a dramatic dud whose title refers not to some big-business hero but rather to wheelers and dealers living lives of swank suits, fast cars, loose women, plentiful drugs, and goofy corporate-espionage spy games.
  6. Reviewed by: Andrew Schenker
    Aug 7, 2012
    Mostly, this DOA movie is an excuse to hammer home that there's more to life than making a shit-ton of money. Take that, Wall Street!
  7. Reviewed by: Joe Neumaier
    Aug 9, 2012
    Filled with enough clichés to be broken up and sold in pieces as junk material.

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