In the 1930s, three friends—a doctor, a nurse, and an attorney—witness a murder, become suspects themselves and uncover one of the most outrageous plots in North American history.

  • Released: 2022-11-04
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Crime, Drama, Thrillers
  • Stars: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek, Zoe Saldaña, Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert De Niro, Michael Shannon, Andrea Riseborough, Alessandro Nivola, Timothy Olyphant, Taylor Swift, Matthias Schoenaerts, Chris Rock, Mike Myers, Leland Orser, Beth Grant, Christopher Gehrman, Shiree Nelson, Tom Irwin, David Babbitt, Mike Azevedo, Martin Harris, Christopher Kager, Donovan Hurst, Jarrett Johnson, Kawan DeBose, Deon Sams, Mel Fair, Vaughn Page, Bonnie Hellman, Max Perlich, Jessica Drake, Ed Begley Jr., Colleen Camp, Gabé Doppelt, Lauren Shaw, Brandon Davis, Casey Biggs, Dey Young, Sean Avery, Gigi Bermingham, André Tardieu, Casey Graf, Rebecca Wisocky, Daniel Riordan, Steven Hack, Floyd Armstrong, Leonard A. Tucker Jr., Baxter Humby, Richie Harrington, John Pirkis, Shedell, Kindsey Vaughn, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini
  • Director: David O. Russell
  • matteo-coppolaneri - 12 January 2023
    Was it the directing, or the editing?
    At the end of this movie, I was left baffled. The cast was stellar, and had great performances. The story had a lot of unexpressed potential... but the movie was excessively quirky and ultimately fell flat to me.

    So why was it?

    Was it the directing, that couldn't focus coherently on the plot, without adding useless and weird details?

    Or was it the not so great editing, that made some of the dialogues between the actors feel artificial?

    At the end, the movie just felt strange. It lacked direction, introduced too many weird and wannabe-funny characters in a plot that probably required a more serious and straightforward approach.

    Christian Bale an absolute master though, as usual.
  • drgeisme-02622 - 7 January 2023
    This movie is soooo slow and takes forever. The worst performance by Christian Bale I have seen. His character is a cross between Kramer (Seinfeld) & Nick Tortelli (Carla's husband from Cheers). After watching and leading up to the finally, the movie just would not end. Then it contains the diversity requirement by the white people falling in love with the black people and the white people with white people are bad people. The (in real life) rich Hollywood celebrities complaining about the rich is ironic. The comedy fails. Margot Robbie is as beautiful as ever and Robert DeNiro plays his usual one-dimensional character that fails to inspire. I wish I knew more about the actual events. I'm just glad I didn't pay to see this movie.