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Plot: A troubled hedge fund magnate desperate to complete the sale of his trading empire makes an error that forces him to turn to an unlikely person for help.
Runtime: 107 mins
Release Date: 13 Sep 2012
Starcast: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Tim Roth, Brit Marling, Laetitia Casta
Director(s): Nicholas Jarecki
Genre: Drama, Thriller, ,
Tags: new york city, strong female character
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1764183/
Downloads: 9942.0
IMDb Rating: 6.6/10 (46640 votes)
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    Corporate Greed, Deceit, Fraud: Public Enemies Observed (by gradyharp)
    Money is the root of all evil. Nicholas Jarecki wrote and directed this unrelentingly dark film about the etiology of our current financial lethal disease state and in doing so helps bring to light some of the aspects we need to examine instead of simply shudder and ignore. To have the courage to write such a controversial story the nidus of which is exceedingly similar to the Bernie Madoff travesty sets the tone for this film - a film that dares to explore the manner in which a wealthy businessman descends into his own hell and yet manages to survive. It is a disturbing theme: it is a <more>
    Despite occupying previously occupied territory, Arbitrage has you on the edge of your seat. (by drew-288-135826)
    Arbitrage is a thriller that's got you hooked early on, and invested in every minute followed. It's set up like a paint by the numbers thriller; the rich guy has a perfectly kept secret he's keeping from his family yet it in a single moment it seems that secret is going to fall apart. Where Arbitrage makes itself unique though, is where this particular character takes the story and the audience. Arbitrage is not a morality tale, nor does it feel like a cautionary tale. There is not a single scene in this movie the audience can take away and learn something from. No, Arbitrage is a <more>
    One of Richard Gere's Best. He shines here! (by aharmas)
    For more than 30 years, he has been a star, not afraid to share the spotlight with his fellow actors, arguably creating some of them along the way. Can you imagine "Pretty Woman" without his chemistry with Julia? He was also superb as the desperate husband in "Unfaithful". Once again, he takes the center spotlight, giving a powerful performance as the financial magnate who is suddenly in trouble because of the way the financial market operates, and most importantly, a little bad luck.As we see Gere's Robert Miller deal with his unexpected problems with the law, we <more>
    A Wonderful, Powerful Character Study (by Bob_the_Hobo)
    "What's your price?" The question haunts Richard Gere's character of Robert Miller, a vain hedge fund manager married to Ellen Susan Sarandon and preparing to hand down his business dynasty to his daughter Brooke Brit Marling . That is, until a freak accident with his mistress coincides with a self-perpetrating fraud scandal. Now confronted with unprecedented stress, Miller has to fight to keep his family and business intact. Richard Gere's absence on the Oscar nomination stage for the entirety of his career will hopefully be ended with this stunning character study. <more>
    very very watchable, man, since there're no cgi or explosions (by rightwingisevil)
    except the car exploded far away that gere saw it through the trees. that car crash was a nice arrangement and that's the only thing needed special effect and stunt arrangement. other than the car crash, this is a very realistic and down-to-earth normal movie without explosions, computerized cgi special effects that disgusted me to the extreme for these overly used Hollywood tricks. the only thing i didn't quite like was the mistress cast, that woman is totally unattractive, don't why this dude would fall for her; there's nothing likable or sexually appealing at all except she <more>
    Richard Gere Deserve An Oscar Nod (by chicagopoetry)
    Not since Primal Fear has Richard Gere played such a complex character as Robert Miller, a 60 year old business man who struggles through an intricate web of dilemmas as he tries to sell his company and retire. On the one hand, he's illegally cooking his books in order to get the sale to go through and his own daughter is catching on, on the other hand he's having an affair with a young artist and gets involved in a traffic accident that he's trying to cover up, and then there is the young man that he tangles into the mess who is the son of his former driver, and all the while <more>
    Of the Rarest Type of Thriller (by Simon_Says_Movies)
    Arbitrage is one of the rarest thrillers around today – a morality tale that propels its gripping story through poor character choices and the ensuing aftermath rather than left-field twists and pointless action. The complexity of the characters on display in director Nicolas Jarecki's feature debut and the fine actors who bring them to life are fascinating to behold and deliciously infuriating in the way that the script forces you to rationalize on their behalf, even when they perpetrate some of the worst crimes imaginable. The plot of Arbitrage is at its core very basic, but from <more>
    Very good 80's style thriller (by RolyRoly)
    I'm a sucker for a good adultery thriller, just like the classic ones from the 80's, and this one doesn't disappoint. The premise here is pretty familiar: rich New York tycoon is having an affair with a younger woman, he has business troubles and then his dalliance goes horribly wrong at the worst possible time. The plot, especially, the corporate shenanigans, can stretch credibility, but the film is sufficiently well written that the holes in the storyline don't really get in the way.What distinguishes Arbitrage is the superb acting. Susan Sarandon is, as always, right in <more>
    Gere is great here (by nikashvili)
    Arbitrage is the first motion picture by New York University graduate Nicolas Jarecki. It tells a story of magnate who almost fails in selling his own trading empire. But before that, he rules a huge family consisting of wife Susan Sarandon , a son - who seems to be very unimportant person, so that director tells almost nothing about him and a daughter Brooke - skillful professional in business and probably the only person who's able to catch up with father's "mistakes". Robert also deals with young, passionate lover Julie.But everything goes wrong when Julie dies in car <more>