Sat Jun 16, 2012, 04:40 PM
Lydia Leftcoast (47,772 posts)
Coming to Netflix July 1: A must for those concerned about the banksters
The Bank is an Australian film about a computer whiz who shows up at an Australian multinational bank claiming to have perfected a program that will flawlessly predict the market. After a demonstration proves his assertion, he is hired and begins making big bucks for himself and the bank.
But who is he, really? And that woman who is assigned to keep an eye on him--is she friend or foe? How will he respond to moral dilemmas?
Yes, it's fiction, but very satisfying fiction.
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Sat Jul 28, 2012, 07:17 PM
earthside (5,386 posts)
I just watched this movie on streaming Netflix (the credits are still running).
Any time a big, nasty, corrupt bank gets screwed as happens in this movie ... I love it.
It was also interesting to see David Wenham before he played Faramir in the the Lord of the Rings movies.
A fun "satisfying" movie, indeed.