I recently reviewed Margin Call, out now on DVD and Blu-Ray, for the folks over at Flick Feast:
J.C. Chandor’s thought-provoking Wall Street Drama boasts a host of memorable performances from its ensemble cast and eschews glamorising the banker lifestyle like Oliver Stone’s Wall Street and its recent sequel. In Chandor’s movie, the characters are less cut-and-dry, less obviously evil or motivated by greed. By no means do you wind up necessarily liking any of them, but it seeks to depict their part in the 2008 banking crisis and choses to focus on the drama involved rather than coming down too heavily on either side of the moral argument.
You can read the full review here:
Flick Feast : Margin Call