The Big Short Directed By Adam Mckay And Charles Radolph (Movie Review Sample)
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The Big Short
The Big Short
"The Big Short" is based on financial journalist Michael Lewis' book "The Big Short." The movie is about debt and mortgage obligations as well as credit defaulting and bundling in financial institutions. Sounds like a snoozer, but it is not even close. "The Big Short" is more of a comedy and is directed by Adam McKay and Charles Radolph.
The film utilizes various techniques to emphasize its theme. It uses four cynical Wall Street organizations that are not happy with banking institutions. They decide to capitalize on the calamity in the housing sector and the 2008/9 financial meltdown after discovering that the market frenzy is due to worthless collateral duties. Another technique is a model who explains the economics, a singing idol as well as a celebrity chef that uses various metaphors such as gambling in explaining the economic crisis. The directors also use film techniques such as slow motions, jump cuts, flashbacks as well as foreshadowing to make the film interesting. They have utilized all the available tricks in explaining a fina
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