Inside Job

The “Inside Job” documentary of 2010 is “The Wolf of Wall Street” meets “Erin Brockovich”.

Who doesn’t love a good tale of corporate malfeasance?

Trailer for “Inside Job”

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  • My Rating: 98/100
  • IMDB Rating: 8.2/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Ratings: 91/100 (users) and 98/100 (critics)

My Review of “Inside Job”

Here are 6 key takeaways from “Inside Job” (1 hr 49 min):

  • Financial Foul Play: The doc uncovers big-time financial corruption. Think Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers, notorious for risky, shady deals.
  • CEO Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Cards: Richard Fuld of Lehman Brothers and Angelo Mozilo of Countrywide Financial? Their companies crashed, but they barely got a slap on the wrist.
  • Cozy Government Ties: The film shines a light on government folks cozying up with the finance industry. Case in point: ex-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson’s Goldman Sachs connection.
  • Real People, Real Pain: It’s not just numbers. The film shows the crisis’s brutal impact on everyday folks – lost homes, jobs, and dreams.
  • A Call for Big Changes: “Inside Job” isn’t shy about demanding reform. It’s time for a financial system makeover, with tighter controls on derivatives and capital requirements to prevent another meltdown.
  • The Global Domino Effect: This crisis went worldwide. U.S. trade deficits, China’s US Treasury bonds buying spree, and the collapse of markets from Iceland to Greece – “Inside Job” shows how interconnected, and fragile, our global financial system really is.

Thanks for reading!

Rob Kelly, Chief Maniac, Daily Doc