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Plot: 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 Jean Paul Getty to pay the ransom.
Runtime: 132 mins Release Date: 25 Dec 2017
A movie you should not miss (by sanjohnproductions)
I will resume in few words: -Acting, the new actor is so much better in that role than K. Spacey. -Story -Directing -Cinematography Ridley Scott delivers a powerful film about the love of money and the love of human life. He asks the follow question, what between this two is more precious? Worth watching!
Gripping story - this movie is so much more than expected (by phd_travel)
Gripping from start to finish the notorious kidnapping and release are far from straightforward. It's quite horrific and scary and not just the ordeal the boy faced. The intense frustration one feels at the colossal incompetence of the Italian police and the rife criminality in the country at the time are palpable. The warped sense of priorities the great JP Getty displayed is shocking till today. The rich are different.Christopher Plummer is actually very convincing in the role and in some way he is the lead actor. It was actually a good thing for the movie that he replaced Kevin Spacey <more>
because he is much more believable as the old billionaire. He has a patrician air and dignity that Kevin lacks. Eccentric and disfunctional rather than evil is the key here and Kevin is good at theatrically evil. Michelle Williams is surprisingly good here as the mother who actually gets things done. Mark Wahlberg is miscast. He sounds goofy and looks out of place as the more or less useless security staff of the Getty family.Surprisingly this is the best big budget movie of the year. Lady Bird and 3 Billboards are both very good indie movies but this is in a different category. Watch it.
Paul Newman, Bruce Willis, Tom Cruise, Ryan Gossling, and Mark Wahlberg. Some actors exude "that thing." You want to see them. It's an intensity. A coolness. Confidence. Wahlberg has it in spades. And this film highlights it. You are sucked in, and there's lots of great story, characters, acting, but, to me at least, it's Wahlberg that gives it that unique GRAVITAS that so few actors bring. If you know what I'm talking about, SEE THIS MOVIE!
Plummer Kidnaps The Film (by bondscammer)
How does Plummer do it? Shows up on a day or two notice, then proceeds to steal the film from underneath everyone! He is incredible, those Golden Globe & Oscar noms were deserved. Scott is an expert director, and knows how to pace, stage and film each and every scene perfectly. Wahberg hasn't been as good as this since 'The Departed', and Michelle Williams is a revelation. Goodbye Streep, I'll take Michelle anyday! This plays as a gritty thriller, tempered with some humour, within a great script that maintains your interest and no fat left to trim! I loved this film, I <more>
hope the controversy over recasting doesn't keep anyone from enjoying it!
Scott again makes a great picture Great direction Great cast
"What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world but lose his own soul?" (by howard.schumann)
In 1973, if any 16-year-old boy were to be kidnapped on the streets of Rome, it might warrant a brief mention in the papers. If the boys' last name was Getty, however, it would be a major story followed closely throughout the world. Written by David Scarpa and based on John Pearson's book "Painfully Rich: The Outrageous Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Heirs of J Paul Getty," 80-year-old director Ridley Scott's "Alien: Covenant" All the Money in the World tackles such an explosive story, the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III Charlie Plummer, "The <more>
Dinner" , grandson of oil tycoon John Paul Getty Christopher Plummer, "The Man Who Invented Christmas" , and a billionaire said to be the richest man in the world.At the last minute, sexual assault charges led Scott to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in the role of Getty and reshoot the role in ten days to qualify for a December release and it is a seamless transition. Nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor, Plummer's convincing performance makes us wonder, however, why he was not originally chosen for the role. Though the film is not an in-depth characterization of John Paul Getty and is not designed to be, it succeeds as an edge-of-the-seat thriller that will keep you engaged throughout. Snatched off the streets of Rome by the Calabria-based mafia led by the tough, but ultimately sympathetic, Cinquanta Romain Duris, "In the Shadow of Iris" , the long-haired Getty is taken to a remote location in Southern Italy.A flashback to the 1960s provides a thin back-story showing how the oil magnate's son John Paul Getty II Andrew Buchan, "The Deaths of Ian Stone" was invited to Rome and offered the position of Vice-President in his company. For Getty II, it was a welcome gesture after years of neglect, but the fact that he had to sink or swim in an industry he knew next to nothing about eventually caused a breakdown and the dissolution of his marriage. The flashback also shows the developing bond between Getty and his grandson who he gives an Egyptian sculpture allegedly worth 1.2 million dollars, but later shown to be worth no more that a thrift store trinket.The young Getty learns, however, that his grandfather is the reincarnation of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, considered by some to be a "humanist" despite his being responsible for the deaths of 580,000 Jews during the Bar Kokhba revolt. Days after the abduction, the boy's mother Gail Harris Getty impeccably performed by Michelle Williams, "Wonderstruck" , receives a ransom demand for 17 million dollars, a tidy sum for most people, but chump change for Getty who was worth close to an estimated two billion dollars. Letting the kidnappers know that she does not have that kind of money or anywhere close to it, she visits her former father-in-law, the one person she knows who does.Doing his best Ebenezer Scrooge imitation, the self-absorbed billionaire refuses to pay the ransom, believing that the younger Getty may have faked his kidnapping to extort money from him. Getty also says that if he were to give in to the ransom demands, his 14 other grandchildren would become prime targets, a not unreasonable assumption but cruel under the circumstances, especially given his spending millions of dollars on a new painting. Ostensibly feeling like he should do something, Getty appoints business associate and former CIA operative Fletcher Chase Mark Wahlberg, "Patriots Day" to help Gail secure his grandson's release with the real or imagined assistance of the Italian police.Like a desirable piece of property at a slave auction, Paul is sold to Mammoliti Marco Leonardi, "The Space Between" , a mafia kingpin higher up in the chain. Four months later, a box is delivered to Getty containing a lock of his grandson's hair and most of his ear, brutally detached in an unwatchable scene. As the haggling continues, Scott's no-nonsense approach builds the tension that pits a mother's determination against the will of the privileged and corrupt. While in some quarters Getty will be remembered as an art collector who established the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, Plummer's portrayal of a man without qualities reminds one of the biblical admonition, "What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world but lose his own soul?" Mark 8:36 . The phrase, however, presupposes that the man in question is even aware that he has a soul to lose.
There is a passage from the Bible that says that it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into heaven. This movie is a testament to that. The acting is outstanding, you really feel like you are there. The mood of Italy and Europe of the 1970s infuses the film. Terrorism is in the air with the Munich Olympics of 1972, the Red Brigades and Baader-Meinhof gang. The depiction of Getty the oil magnate is shown to us by his various statements and actions. A truly gothic character. The gangster kidnappers are also frightening in their normal everyday <more>
lives that accept criminality as if it were like a walk in the park. Hard to believe a time of telephone booths, ringing telephones and sending letters. Ransom demands took time.
"We look like you, but we're nothing like you" (by paul-allaer)
"All The Money In the World" 2017 release; 132 min. is "inspired by true events", we are reminded at the beginning. As the movie opens, we are told it is "Rome, 1973", where we see the 16 yr. old Paul Getty whose grandfather J. Paul Getty is the richest man in the world's history is wandering the streets of Rome late one night, only to be abducted. Soon thereafter the abductors demand a ransom of $17 million about $99 million in today's money . When Paul's mom approaches the elder Getty, he refuses to pay. The voice over by Paul reminds us: <more>
"We look just like you but are nothing like you..." The movie then gives us the nutshell version of how J Paul Getty made his fortune, taking us to "Saudi Arabia 1948" and the "Toulon, France Shipyard, 1958". At this point we're 10 min. into the movie but to tell you more of the plot would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.Couple of comments: this is the latest movie from director Ridley Scott, now a crisp 80 years young if you can believe it. Here he recounts the events surrounding the kidnapping of J. Paul Getty's grandson.. I hope for your enjoyment's sake that, as was the case for me, you don't know how this ends up, I don't want to say much more than that, other than to hold on to your chairs... You have have heard that, resulting from the sexual assault allegations, the movie makers decided to reshoot his scenes... after the movie had been completed and with less than 5 weeks to go before its release. Scott apparently relished the challenge, and Christopher Plummer was recast at J Paul Getty. Not only did the film makers pull it off, but I have to say that Plummer is so outstanding in this role, that I cannot imagine Spacey for this role. Plummer casts a long shadow in the best possible way over this movie, almost at the expense of Michelle Williams as Paul's mother . Mark Wahlberg plays Chase, a former CIA operative and designated by Getty as the negotiator to try and get Paul released. Bottom line: this is a great real life crime drama that also looks at the isolating effect of being so rich that you never know whether anyone around you is sincere or simply in it for the money."All The Money In the World" opened wide today. While I wanted to see it, it was actually my grown-up kids who choose this for our annual Christmas Day movie. The early evening screening where we saw this at here in Cincinnati was completely sold out down to the last seat, Given the positive buzz and word-of-mouth this movie will likely create, this movie may have surprisingly long legs at the box office, even more so if high profile award nominations continue to come in it already did quite well with 4 Golden Globe nominations . In any event, I encourage you to check out "All the Money in the World", be it in the theater, on Amazon Instant Video or eventually on DVD/Blu-ray, and draw your own conclusions.
The cinematography, set details, directing and acting were all outstanding in this compelling true-story crime drama. Replacing Kevin Spacey with a re-shoot that cost 10M extra was seamless although the editing could have been tighter. The pace could have also been a little faster to make the 133min length not feel like 160 mins. Otherwise a very enjoyable film. 8/10 from me.