Original post made by bru on Oct 31, 2010
I'm still so seething from the facts presented in this documentary on the financial crisis and the response ... or lack of response we have seen from the new administration that I cannot write a calm logical review of this movie.
I highly recommend it though, and would love to hear comments by those who have already seen it and what they think of it.
"Inside Job" was done by the same group who produced "No End In Sight" about the Iraq war, which turns out to have been very accurately done. "Inside Job" interviews or excerpts many of the players in this national/international disaster, and names those who refuse to be interviewed as well.
I'm still stuck on the idea that none of these CEO's or corporate officers were charged with any crimes, and their bonuses are still flowing, and their tax rates are way below anyone in the middle class.
See this movie! 5/5 stars.
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