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Average User Score: 8.5Jul 11, 2011THUMBS UP
"THIS IS NOT A DEPOSITION SIR! I WAS POLITE ENOUGH TO DO THIS INTERVIEW, YOU HAVE 3 MORE MIN.....GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT!" Where doTHUMBS UP
"THIS IS NOT A DEPOSITION SIR! I WAS POLITE ENOUGH TO DO THIS INTERVIEW, YOU HAVE 3 MORE MIN.....GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT!"
Where do i begin..... i guess a good start would be that i am happy not to be American. it is amazing how this film makes you feel about a country i don't live in or have any transactions with. it is frustrating and made me feel very claustrophobic, there are more slime balls and leech's in this movie than in any Hollywood horror movie.
it is so hard to understand how the American government even functions, and how much government heads are nothing more then puppets and figure heads. the question i had/have is how can a group of people, and i mean group in the context of 20 to 25 people, completely destroy a planetary financial system on purpose to make upwards of 400 plus million dollars each while Americans lost their jobs, houses, cars. while American families were devastated and destroyed, and not only did they get away with any prison time, not only did they get away with not being fired, but get they got massive payouts,they got their companies bailouts so they can make more money and then leave there jobs and move into the highest financial consultation jobs in the American government. it is clear why this movie is an Oscar winner, even though the anger most Americans must feel when the truth is reveled like that must be tough to watch.
yet it seems that nobody can do anything about the "situation" they are in, America has a rope around its neck and if they try to left it off it tightens and cuts off circulation. it is impossible to see an exit plan for America. the American dream of freedom and liberty, the rights to education and health care is all nothing but a dream. a dream fabricated by the wealthy 1 percent to keep the 99 percent a zombie, labor intensive nation. to make them believe that one day they too can own that yacht, that mansion, that holiday home.
this is a must watch, it is a movie that clarify's what happened and just how widespread the ripple effect was, and how the few got away Scott free., it is completely entertaining and mesmerizing
"for the first time in history, the average American has less education and are less prosperous than their parents."… Expand