Originally Posted by oo7spy
I'm surprised no one has mentioned Inside Job on Netflix. It won an Academy Award for best documentary, so you don't need my $0.02 to know it's good.
Same topic as The Big Short, but looking at it from the bank's perspective. As someone appropriately put it, "If you aren't mad by the end, you didn't pay attention."
+1, "Inside Job" was great. Explained complicated finance (CDS's) and other topics very well. Excellent documentary.
Originally Posted by elessar
+1. I just described it to a coworker as Rain Man meets John Wick.
Originally Posted by AZuser
The Secret Life of Pets = A solid good movie. Better than I expected.
Hell or High Water = Really good movie.
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back = I enjoyed it. Rotten Tomatoes has it at 37%. I thought it was better than that... at least 50%
Wife wants to watch "Secret Life of Pets", have to put it on our list.
"Hell or High Water" was excellent, the two pairs of main characters (brothers and Texas Rangers) had great dialog.
We saw Jack Reacher "Never Go Back" last weekend.
I liked the first Jack Reacher film alot more (better plot, and Robert Duval and Rosamund Pike were really good in their roles.
The 2nd was entertaining and Cobie Smulders was good in her role but the plot could have been better.
The amusing bus scene from the first JR.