Director: Charles Ferguson
Plot: Takes a closer look at what brought about the 2008 financial meltdown.
Runtime: 1 Hour 49 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Thoughts on Inside Job
Thoughts – Inside Job is a documentary that will dive into the 2008 financial meltdown that was created by corruption within the government and banks leading to them creating a system where they would be borrowing without anyway of covering the funds they were taking. This is a shocking look at how a few people took advantage of the world, to make more money, leaving millions in financial trouble. The documentary will go into a lot of technical talk about banking, finances, which might not be the easiest thing to stay on top of. It would have also been interesting to learn more about the tracking down to expose the truth, rather than just being pointed towards a few articles that claimed it was all coming down. Inside Job is an eye-opening documentary, one that needs to be watched to see how the world has been changed by a few greedy people, that have affected millions for generations.
Final Thoughts – Inside Job is an eye-opening documentary.