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All the Money in the World

All the Money in the World

2017
Suspense/Thriller
Crime
2h 12m
The story of the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother to convince his billionaire grandfather to pay the ransom. (imdb)
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All the Money in the World

2017
Suspense/Thriller
Crime
2h 12m
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Rated 01 Apr 2018
60
34th
Kevin Spacey would’ve paid for the safe return of a young teenage boy into his clutches. It’d have a much darker ending.
Rated 04 Jan 2018
74
64th
If you like to see great acting, this is the film for you. Ridley Scott has crafted this film to center on Plummer and Michelle Williams, and it shows. I couldn't even tell that Plummer did this on such short notice; in fact, he's the best part of the entire film. There are some points where the story does stray from Paul's kidnapping and becomes more about the elder Getty; however, All the Money in the World's slow-burning fuse makes for a spectacular finale and shows off the talent at hand.
Rated 02 Jan 2018
75
64th
Marky Mark has come a long way from his days of The Happening, however, I feel they could have put someone much more remarkable in his role. That being said, everything else works. It's a little bland for a Scott film, but Plummer is fantastic and Williams works well in the role. Not the best this year, but it's worth a watch for Plummer and some great cinematography.
Rated 30 Dec 2017
72
39th
Let's be honest - Christopher Plummer is the best thing that could've happened to this movie. He's the only real reason worth watching this apart from some nice cinematography, one or two scenes of sharp dialogue, and an okay performance from Michelle Williams.
Rated 06 Jan 2018
67
50th
Plummer is fantastic and Williams is great as well, but the script is heavy-handed and the tension was flat throughout.
Rated 20 Jan 2018
75
56th
I think I liked this maybe a bit more than my average 75, but, I'm tempering my score because this strikes me as a movie that might not age well for me. Plummer is great, but I'm afraid I don't quite get the hype for Michelle Williams. Ridley Scott probably doesn't deserve the Best Director nom(s) he's getting for this, but for the name and the fact that he pulled off the Herculean task of re-shooting an entire primary character in a few weeks. I dug this for sure, though. Intriguing story.
Rated 18 Jan 2018
67
41st
It makes more sense that Plummer plays getty seeing as how his own grandson was cast as JPG III. But Getty is a type of character in this that was made for Spacey to play tbh. Oh well. Still an enjoyable time
Rated 01 Jan 2018
50
36th
Michelle Williams plays a mother that would do anything to get her son back, short of creasing her pant suit.
Rated 26 Feb 2019
54
32nd
Wow, Kevin Spacey is barely recognizable in this. He really transformed for the role
Rated 26 Dec 2017
60
55th
Man on Smolder. Starring Marky Mark as White Denzel, some guy with long hair as unlikable Dakota Fanning, Michelle Williams as Rhada Mitchell with more talent, and Christopher Plummer as Kevin Spacey pre-rape allegations as Marc Anthony. Too bad Tony jumped off a bridge; his version was better.
Rated 29 Jan 2018
89
72nd
A great thriller that remains tense and frustrating (in the good ways) the entire time. Marky Mark holds his own surprisingly against Plummer and Williams who act the fuck out of this movie. The movie balances Getty and the kidnapping decently, although sometimes the pacing is abrupt.
Rated 16 Jan 2018
71
27th
A standard kidnapping/hostage thriller with one interesting idea. Plummer's Getty (with no distracting prosthetics, thank fuck) is the movie's best conceit, a jovial old man with a heart of ice who provides this film with its most complex questions. Aside from that this is a pretty tight historical thriller that doesn't take many risks. Williams is quite good but Wahlberg is just doing his usual thing.
Rated 26 Mar 2018
70
82nd
Good.
Rated 15 Feb 2020
74
42nd
This film's script is a little bit all over the place. The cast does good work here, especially Christopher Plummer. The film drags a bit at times. Overall I would recommend this film.
Rated 08 May 2018
65
54th
I think this will always be remembered more for the real world controversy with Kevin Spacey than the actual film itself. Which is too bad, really, because it's a pretty decent movie. I don't know if Spacey would've been better in the role, but Plummer was good. As was Michelle Williams. I'd never heard the full story about the true events that inspired the film, so that was pretty interesting. What a sad man Getty was. It was a well-shot film, and I'd say it's worth a watch.
Rated 10 Jan 2018
70
31st
Some good performances help an otherwise dry and monotonous film. Plumber and Williams are good. The cinematography was great. I just think pacing issues really hurt this film. Also despite giving a decent performance Mark Wahlberg felt slightly miscast.
Rated 05 Mar 2018
91
85th
For Scott, an unusually restrained, matter-of-fact telling of this fascinating story, centered on the elder Plummer's masterful evocation of a peculiarly enigmatic man - what is the basis of his apparent cruelty? That Scott and Plummer refuse to make him an irreproachable bastard (and leave the ultimate question hanging) only makes him more intriguing. Williams scores strongly in a more thankless role, and the scenes with the kidnappers are occasionally a little too rote and predictable.
Rated 01 Apr 2018
75
73rd
Exceptional acting for all involved. Plummer and Williams in particular. Well worth a look.
Rated 25 Mar 2018
50
22nd
çok iyi çekilmiş tatsız bir film. hikayede içkin halde var olan birçok tematik nokta kenara atılıp basit bir olaylar zinciri izlenmiş. scott'ın ustalığı, oyuncu değişimini neredeyse hiçbir şey olmamış gibi kotarması bir yana, tatsız bir seyirlik sunuyor film.
Rated 06 Nov 2018
61
17th
From frame one to the final frame, there's the feeling that most involved here aren't putting in their all, except for the excellent Williams, and especially Scott, who's merely autonomously directing. The frugality of Getty III should come across as more darkly amusing, which makes me suspect this film's TV show cousin, Trust, may be superior.
Rated 01 Jan 2018
67
51st
Nothing spectacular but still very good. It's an interesting story and Plummer's performance is gripping. It's worth a watch.
Rated 29 May 2018
74
40th
73.50+.50 = 74.00.
Rated 27 Dec 2017
70
54th
Technically excellent but thematically strained.
Rated 25 Mar 2018
60
54th
Interesting to know how the events evolved.
Rated 17 Jan 2018
4
52nd
A movie that was made to get Spacey an oscar for supporting actor (whomp whomp) and Michelle Williams a nomination.
Rated 21 Apr 2018
69
50th
not exciting.
Rated 07 Jan 2018
6
21st
Watch: Stream it, but you won't miss anything | The trailer makes this look like 'Marky Mark Presents: Taken'. In reality it's two hours of people explaining that money is/isn't important, followed by one good speech by Marky Mark, and then the movie wraps up. There's a couple spots that promise to be exciting, but they're far between and fleeting. Not a terrible movie at all, but I felt very "meh" afterwards.
Rated 28 Jun 2018
5
42nd
I mean it did the job on a flight to Europe...
Rated 28 Jan 2018
71
61st
Acceptably made but felt lacking as an overall story. Either should have focused more on Getty or much less.
Rated 27 Jun 2019
87
76th
This is what I used to do, what I still do for Getty. You make deals. You buy people. That's right. Whether it's an oil well in the desert or a human life, it's all the same. We have to show we are willing to walk away. Those Alsatians limping around the pool?Your security system?My people installed it.That's right, you rapacious old fuck, you are protected from every threat imaginable, unless that threat happens to be me. Goodbye, Mr. Getty.
Rated 14 Jan 2018
87
67th
Ridley Scott has to be the most uneven director working today. Oftentimes he'll produce something stale and uninspired, and then he'll surprise us with something like The Martian or this: a tight, well-acted, well-crafted film that feels as competent as it does because it's done by a veteran filmmaker.
Rated 14 Jun 2019
62
39th
S
Rated 09 Feb 2018
2
59th
Too run off the mill to really make an impact. Alas.
Rated 31 Jan 2018
30
22nd
All the Money in the World presents J. Paul Getty as a man who views every aspect of his life--including family relationships he insists that he values--through an economic filter. "You see, everything has a price. The great struggle in life is coming to grips with what that price is," he tells someone. We also hear him say, "There's very little in life worth paying full price for," as well as, "Seventeen million? That's an awful lot for such a young boy.
Rated 13 May 2018
45
23rd
This would've been a real bummer without Plummer. Scott's direction doesn't do much beyond what expected, specially when focused on procedural suspense than in lame characterization. A study about one of capitalist's most notorious sociopaths, an old man who built his fortune without paying taxes, investing his money on art instead of really spending -- because he just couldn't. Second hour way better than the first. Williams really needs to stop suffering.
Rated 03 Jun 2018
45
28th
Idiotic
Rated 16 Apr 2018
50
37th
It's and ok film, the acting could've been better, but is entertain to see a very complex side of human nature: I am talking about extreme misery, the one you could not believe. The rest of the film is average and not very memorable.
Rated 31 Dec 2017
6
56th
Dry. The opening scene is good. Little sympathy for the young kidnapped Getty, whom we see very little of. Aside from the ear, there are only a few shots of him lying in a bed, flat as his character. Plummer gave Getty some depth. Wahlberg did alright Co sidering his stepping in for Spacey last minute. The movie left me more curious about the story of J. Paul Getty than his grandson.
Rated 01 May 2018
68
45th
Well-made, but inert and forgettable.
Rated 17 Mar 2018
74
36th
Criticker says I will find this movie 'Alright' and I agree. Its period setting is executed well and the stingy old grandfather plays his role with aplomb. It reminded me of Scrooge McDuck from The Duck Tales! However, Kevin Spacey (who played that role originally and whose scenes were reshot just a month before the movie's release) would have absolutely nailed that role.
Rated 03 Mar 2019
68
59th
Wow what a cheapass!
Rated 28 Jan 2018
75
65th
The most memorable thing about this is Plummer's performance, Getty senior pops off the screen in every scene. At least considering Plummer as a replacement was thrown together in about a month. Apart from that, fair.
Rated 25 Mar 2018
62
49th
A committed cast and assured direction enliven the movie and sometimes thrill. It's nevertheless weighed down a bit by too many unnecessary detours.
Rated 12 Apr 2018
50
47th
Should've recast Plummer in Wahlberg's role, too.
Rated 25 Jun 2018
60
52nd
Entertainment: 4/4. Spirituality: 1/3. Sustainability: 1/3.
Rated 20 Feb 2018
42
40th
watchable
Rated 04 Jan 2018
50
20th
In service of making Getty III "likeable" they've wiped out the fact that he was a teenage coke user, celebrity schmoozer and dealer in drugs and diamonds. For fear that audiences wouldn't sympathize with a high-flying low-life, we've instead been ask to sympathize with a meek, personality-free cypher. Meanwhile, Wahlberg is still not a good actor and sinks a scene that was clearly written to be a moment of crowd-pleasing catharsis.
Rated 07 Apr 2018
35
19th
Tedious, thanks to being so manufactured, and the original intention of having Kevin Spacey play Getty would have fallen right in with that, being so overly type-casty. Christopher Plummer, the second choice, ends up being the only interesting choice in the entire production. You can judge by the different trailers that he delivers his lines in a way that adds at least a tiny bit of depth to a completely flat character, in a completely flat movie.
Rated 27 Mar 2018
60
57th
It's quite an average movie, expected more considering the cast. Especially Getty Sr. was quite stereotypical.
Rated 29 Mar 2018
84
59th
Without Christopher Plummer coming in and excelling the way he did this film may have been half as good. We have no idea what the original vision for this role would have looked like, but Plummer alongside Wahlberg and Williams does his best to create tension. The film jumped all over the map and that hurt the message of the film. Still a quality film that does a good job shaping the narrative around the talents of the cast who create a stunning portrait of a true story.
Rated 29 Mar 2020
49
50th
It's far from being the best thriller ever but it is a different take on the kidnapping genre and (based on my research) does the real story justice. What really moves this film is the spectacular cast. One silver lining of Kevin Spacy being a horrible predator is that we got to see Christopher Plummer in the role of Getty which he absolutely nails. However, too much time in the movie is spent on the least interesting characters.
Rated 12 May 2018
93
82nd
such a deep and great movie ! the real Citizen Kane ... great dialogues along with well played roles in strong script!
Rated 04 Apr 2024
75
64th
It's a slow burn, but luckily they have the talent to keep you engaged. Amazing to think Christopher Plummer was a last minute switch.
Rated 01 Feb 2018
77
90th
Sumptuous and terrific filmmaking.
Rated 19 Jan 2020
70
13th
Filmin dönemin atmosferini yansıtmakta oldukça başarılı olduğunu söyleyebiliriz.Usta yönetmenin güçlü rejisi ile film,uzun süresi ve kimi zaman durağan temposuna karşın ilgiyi ayakta tutmayı başarabiliyor.Filmin en büyük eksiği ise mevzuya eleştirisel bir göz ile bakamaması.Halbuki konu sistem eleştirisi yapmak için çok uygun olsa da,Scott bu fırsatı değerlendirmeyi tercih etmemiş.
Rated 29 Mar 2018
65
48th
Hard to imagine Kevin Spacey playing the role of Getty. I'm guessing that the switch to Plummer improved the movie. However the whole kidnapping lacks tension and neither script or directing are very engaging. Good acting and nice cinematography make it watchable though.

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