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Let's Make Money
Let’s Make Money is an Austrian documentary by Erwin Wagenhofer released in the year 2008. It is about aspects of the development of the world wide financial system.
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Robert P (it) wrote: Oddly dark but makes the intrigue and mystery that muck better. A bit slow at times but curiousity holds the viewer's interested. I especially liked the backdrops and stirred memories of rummaging thru old attics for that treasure hunt I experienced as a child.
Collin P (mx) wrote: This is the worst Underworld. They draw away from the previous installments making it feel like a completely different movie. It has recycled plot points and isn't as entertaining as the others.
Private U (de) wrote: Brutal sequences and thrills make up this non-stop thrill-ride. A great watch.
Jose S (ca) wrote: The first non-pedantic Dogme movie I've seen. Great use of film grain. A beautiful story told in a beautiful (altough not conventional beauty) way.
Rory P (it) wrote: I am a bit confused about the praise for this; I'll have to watch it again. In the meantime: 2 and a half stars.
Ryan V (au) wrote: A forgotten little gem, riffing on the ins and outs of show biz.
Grayson D (ag) wrote: An original and well made chiller.
Thomas K (ru) wrote: I saw it when it first opened and was certain that it would be embarrassing in a couple of years so you can imagine my shock when I saw it recently and it probably played even better than it did when it was shiny and new. The radiant Molly Ringwald sure doesn't hurt and neither does the wonderful soundtrack. It's a keeper.
Jessica A (us) wrote: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. This just looks so serious that I can't take it seriously!
Chris Q (gb) wrote: Brian De Palma's masterpiece and by far his best film and also my favorite. John Travolta gives in my opinion his best performance. Everyone is great in this, John Lithgow was great as was Nancy Allen. The ending made me tear up a little and that's hard to do for me because I have a black heart. Cough cough PSH. I would highly recommend this masterpiece and is one of the best films of the 1980s and all time.
Jose C (fr) wrote: Very well made movie got kinda awkward in the gay part at the end!! Not a homophobe!!
Clare W (gb) wrote: Not necessarily the place to go for a history lesson on the Indian quest for independence, it's a decent enough movie just the same - with a great punchline at the end.