Detected quality : DVDRip
Genre : Biography
Release Date : 12 November 2015 (AFI Fest)
Language : English
Country : USA
The Big Short.2015.DVDRip.Full.Movie – Adam McKay? This name resolves here first made quite a surprise. As a large-scale drama comes to the insane creation of the world financial crisis of 2008, therefore, studded with well-known stars and also in view of its start date clearly positioned in the race mingle at various film awards in the course of this year’s Oscar season. And the main responsible man behind this project is … Adam McKay ?! He’s always been used only in creative pairing with Will Ferrell in appearance, writing and directing slapstick comedies like “Ricky Bobby – king of racers” or-enjoying cult status in the US “Anchorman – The Legend of Ron Burgundy” was responsible and in accordance with yet never anything has produced what would come only in the vicinity of seriousness. “The Big Short” And now this gentleman wants to get ready, bring us closer to the world financial crisis? That he wants, and for good reason: He’s pissed powerful. In that, has actually changed very little on the basic structures, which conjured up the disaster. In that there is still a huge mess that the main culprits institutions basically scot came and now are merrily going manure same cause again. And about the fact that society in general is too convenient and lulled to add to see exactly what happened and appropriately rebel against. And so a few more people finally understand what really went back then, McKay has made a film “The Big Short” about it. Based on the eponymous non-fiction book by Michael Lewis makes McKay a few smart people in the financial world to his hero, the not closed as opposed to the entire rest of the business world’s eyes to the reality, but the collapse of the US mortgage market, which should cause the entire world financial crisis, saw coming. And so were among the very few people who have become very rich through this crisis. People like Michael Burry (Christian Bale), an almost autistic gifted Super Nerd by a fund manager who is unable to normal social life, but such a brilliant financial analyst that he could predict the nature and timing of the disaster exactly. “The Big Short” His prophecy (and its follow-up bets against a supposedly unwavering financial system) draws its circles, but few understand how properly Burrys analysis actually is. Among them: The working with Deutsche Bank on Wall Street analyst Jared Vennett (Ryan Gosling), who deeply disaffected hedge fund manager Mark Tree (Steve Carell), and the junior financial jugglers Jamie Shipley and Charlie Geller (Finn Wittrock and John Magaro) that using the financial market dropout Ben Rickert (Co-Producer Brad Pitt) try also from the impending doom to capitalize. McKay has set itself with this film “The Big Short” pretty high goals. He wants to tell his audience the background of a financial crisis, on the commonly circulating the impression that they would be in their formation been so complex that even professionals can not explain it properly. And he wants it as well as possible to chat, knowing full well that most people shut down internally very quickly with such a difficult and complicated issue. There is a lot to laugh accordingly so because McKay is doing what he can to Varied the potentially boring subject and fast-paced prepare and to explain key aspects in amusing possible packaging. So he chooses, for example, a rather surprising and entertaining way to tell its viewers some core concepts of the crisis as “subprime” or “collateralized debt obligation”. Without taking the gag anticipate, to put it briefly: It is one of many occasions in which the film the “fourth wall” breaks through and directly speaks to its viewers. This provides an opportunity for more laughs, as if the film draws attention to its own constructed nature in places where for reasons of cinematic dramatization an event is presented differently than it actually happened in the true story. But all this is also testimony of the central effort of the film: “The Big Short” is doing everything so that his audience does not deviate from the track, but grasp at any time, what was going on and that behind all this supposedly complicated jargon a couple pretty simple truths hid: Here was shit at every level always packed in new paper gold to sell them to. And all who participated. In all its laudable intentions to open the viewers’ eyes and to put in righteous indignation by an entertaining lesson about the world financial crisis suffers from “The Big Short” as a film but also in the limitations and problems that bring these intentions with it. He wants to be as funny as possible without lapsing into slapstick, has given his subject but only limited possibilities of humor, and the joke of dramatic irony that as viewers know exactly how things will turn out in the end, while the protagonists being laughed at for their doomsday warnings repeatedly transmits only for some time. This all too familiar end of the story is also a due dramaturgical problem for the middle part of the film. Front the situation is analyzed and placed all bets on the doomsday, behind the system crash occurs last, but in between must indeed still something to be told. The problems and concerns, with which one grappling on the different storylines, seem in view of the great whole and the known output but quite irrelevant and ensure inevitable for a few lengths. And even if it happens to (just about) the truth is what the film tells here – dramatic, it is unhelpful that the paths of various protagonists never overlap, and for example, Christian Bale as Michael Burry felt never leaves his office or ever learns of the existence of other “hero” of this story. Ultimately, you will not get rid of the impression that this whole thing is a number too large for McKay’s skills as a writer and as a director. He gave unmistakably great effort and is based on the correct role models, to get such a complex issue in a rousing packaging – especially the influence of Martin Scorsese are unmistakable, as McKay his soundtrack peppered with rock music and with the direct address the audience plays. Given sure of style and subject matter, you can feel no accident reminiscent of the “Wolf of Wall Street”. But in contrast to the unshakable security of artisanal Scorsese you tend to feel as if the whole building, being duly wiggle, because it stands on no firm foundation for “The Big Short”. Trying to make a dialogue-heavy and rather dry financial market drama rousing and funny running, permanent danger to undermine the original intent of the film and to cover up the true, ugly seriousness of the events. It’s McKay’s righteous anger and his avid passion, but above all the partly terrific acting performers (especially once more Christian Bale) to thank for that “The Big Short” still halfway intact reaches the target and in the end creates what he wanted to create. This film wants to entertain you, but what he wants eventually more than everything else that you’re angry. Angry and aware that all this could happen again very soon.