It's one of those movies that appealed to me when I first saw the trailer. Considering the immense problems that the world has had with the financial sector and the way that governments have almost been complicit in the way that they had deregulated everything, the film showed a lot of potential. I felt that perhaps it may have been as enlightening as Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room or other documentaries of that ilk.
|Your money hard at work.|
To those who have an intense interest in American politics and follow the minor players as well as the major, this film may be of some interest; however, if you, like me, have a basic understanding of the system, this film is best avoided.
Tonight I will be watching "Machete" with Danny Trejo. Yes, not necessarily intellectual fare, but check back tomorrow for a review on it.