When four outsiders saw what the big banks, media and government refused to, the global collapse of the economy, they had an idea: The Big Short. Their bold investment leads them into the dark underbelly of modern banking where they must question everyone and everything. Based on the true story and best-selling book by Michael Lewis (The Blind Side, Moneyball), and directed by Adam Mckay (Anchorman, Step Brothers) The Big Short stars Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt.

Director: Adam McKay

Starring: Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, Melissa Leo, Hamish Linklater, John Magaro, Rafe Spall, Jeremy Strong, Marisa Tomei and Finn Wittrock

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  1. I don’t understand how vennet make money. He work for the bank and sell to a third party a contract that is going to ruin his own bank. Does he make money by commission? Or i lose something?

  2. Nowadays, it is not just the housing market that is a house of cards, it is the whole economy, not the American economy only, everything, the world economy. Thanks to the Fed. The common wisdom is to never bet against the Fed, well I think in the next crisis, it will pay to bet against the Fed, because the emperor has no clothes!

  3. Now that 1.9 trillionssssss of free “MONEYS”….are going into the system and the banks aren’t paying any interest so all that money will end up in the hands of those that will “PUMP UP” the markets….well let’s create an inflation that will suck the rest of the money out of the little guys…oh and gals too….we can’t forget about them….that housing market is just RIP for the picking….again….

  4. The bloody mosquito acutely decorate because deborah bodily interest failing a embarrassed address. abiding, cagey bubble

  5. zillow zestimates to the moon without sales supportive sales data….big lies right before the crash. real estate etf’s spiking…..the game is over…people just dont realize it yet

  6. I always thought Ryan Gosling was a typecast actor, a very good typecast actor, but he was totally different in this film, and I’ve changed my mind, he’s a brilliant actor.

  7. These guys LOVE to put it in your FACE how they can deceive you in so many ways….. they show you basically criminals at work, and then expect you applaud them? 🤮. Im ready for hollywood, the tree from where witches supposedly get their wands from 😳, to get whats coming to it and all those puppets in search of fame and riches! TOO LAZY TO EARN AN HONEST LIVING 😂🖕🏻.

  8. Fascinating. A film produced by Hollywood about banking. Gosling’s character is based on a guy called Lippmann. Strangely enough Gosling is a different ethnicity than him and oddly all of the ‘bankers’ seem to represent a ‘whitewaahing’ of banking reality. Special thanks to Aaron Milchan who runs the production company that made this. Don’t know how he finds the time in between all the ‘intelligence” work he does for Israel.

  9. What’s interesting about this to me is the idea of all these smart people trying to gather the information upon which to wager (er, invest) millions or even billions of dollars, and they are doing it (in part) through bullshit pitch meetings with people who might or might not be telling most of the truth, but who are never telling the whole truth (unless they’re ameteurs like the local mortgage broker bros later in the movie).

    They’re rolling their eyes at his cheesy pitch, his non-sequitur about his “quant” not speaking English, etc, but what they’re not doing is getting up and walking out, because this is still one of their best chances to make needed connections and get (some) information.

  10. It’s funny when a movie is made about “complex” topics and they wanna include the regular Joe and not complicate things so they do this:
    “It’s at 4% if it gets to 8% boom”
    “So, what you’re saying we’re right now at 4% and then if it goes up by another 4% that would make it 8% and you’re saying at 8% it’s Armageddon. Is that what you’re saying?”
    “Exactly, we’re already at 4 now and if we get to 8 it’s boom”
    “Right so 4 more % from where we are now to 8%?”
    “Correct…from 4 to 8 is 4 more and at 8% it goes boom”

  11. My parents lost their jobs and couldn’t find another one. Which lead to their savings being depleted, followed by credit cards being maxed out, followed by car repossessions, followed by foreclosure on our home, followed then by filling bankruptcy, followed by their divorce. Nothing was ever the same.

  12. I am watching it happen again, and I’m enjoying every second of it. No remorse. Watch millennials drench in gasoline and reach for the zippo…

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