Dumb Money

2023

Action / Biography / Comedy / Drama

56
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84% · 235 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 85% · 250 ratings
IMDb Rating 6.9/10 10 46229 46.2K

Top cast

Clancy Brown as Steve Gill
Shailene Woodley as Caroline Gill
Seth Rogen as Gabe Plotkin
Vincent D'Onofrio as Steve Cohen
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1 hr 45 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by chris_rowe-881-168820 8 / 10

The music didn't fit this film.

I'm no prude but the music in this film for the story and genre seemed so strange , I mean it's a potential film you'd see with parents as I did, then within minutes you got lyrics about a wap (accidentally went to subtitled one to which made it worse). It just seemed so out of place.

The acting was good, I like Davidson when he's scaled down a bit, when he's to over the top he's annoying and a tough act to enjoy but he worked here.

The lad I'm GameStop was another cringe part, twice singing that song from Megan the horse, it was just a bit meh.

The film would've been better a tad more serious without the silly music choices.

Reviewed by natmavila 8 / 10

GameStonks and Roaring Kitties

Let's be real, "Dumb Money" is the kind of movie where you expect Danny DeVito to pop up at any moment, yelling about stocks while waving a churro. Alas, DeVito is absent, but this rollercoaster of meme stocks, Reddit threads, and financial chaos more than makes up for it.

First off, Keith Gill, played with a delightful mix of desperation and cluelessness, embodies every person who's ever thought, "Hey, I've played Monopoly, I can totally handle the stock market." His journey from YouTube's Roaring Kitty to Wall Street's roaring headache is like watching a dog accidentally start a car - it's unexpected, slightly terrifying, but you can't look away. The way he pours his life savings into GameStop is like betting your entire life on a horse because it has a funny name. And let's face it, we've all been there.

Then there's the supporting cast - a nurse, a retail worker, and a charming lesbian couple, who collectively know as much about stocks as I do about quantum physics (i.e., nada). Watching them navigate the stock surge is like a bizarre financial Avengers, where their superpower is blind optimism. And the villains? Oh boy. The hedge fund honchos are so perfectly slimy and bewildered, you'd think they were auditioning for a spot in a cartoon. The scenes where they lose millions are a chaotic blend of schadenfreude and a stark reminder that my bank account is less Wall Street, more Sesame Street.

The climax is a mess of panic selling, Reddit drama, and Robinhood playing the role of that friend who says they're five minutes away when they haven't even left home. The congressional hearing is the cherry on top, a symphony of suits and ties trying to explain the internet to other suits and ties. It's like watching your grandpa use a smartphone - painful but hilarious.

In the end, "Dumb Money" is less about finance and more about the absurdity of hope, greed, and the internet coming together to create a storm that not even the weatherman saw coming. It's funny, it's heartwarming, and it's a gentle reminder that maybe, just maybe, the real stock market was the friends we made along the way. Or something like that.

Reviewed by subxerogravity 7 / 10

I'll give this movie more credit than it deserves because it's the best explanation of these events.

Never seen a Made for TV movie in a theatre before, but that's what this feels like. Maybe it has a lot to do with the events this movie being about not even being three years old and already getting such a detailed movie.

I have to admit, the shakeup of Wall Street definitely was worth talking about and I have to say this movie did a better job of explaining the whole story than the documentary Game Stop: Rise of the Players.

Despite speaking with some of the real people Rise of the Players did not have the heart needed to get me to understand the numbers of exactly how these guys did it.

So, for teaching me that, I love it. It's a mediocre movie but everyone loves an underdog story, and this is a great one!

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