Billionaire Boys Club evaluation action

2022-04-04 08:01
"Billionaire Boys Club" didn't use enough intelligence to add its own understanding to the BBC's revelation. The film is firmly limited to previous viewpoints, sympathizing with their madness, but without emphasizing the absurdity of flogging   .
Although the film is immersed in retro feelings, nothing new has been discovered at all. So the film was uncreative, if not a total failure   .
While the film itself lacks anything, Ansolo and Taron Egerton put on pretty good performances, despite the flaws in the two lead characters. The feeling that the movie leaves you is that if there is a better script, the protagonist can really gain your sympathy and approval   .
At least the film is well done, despite a lot of pointless flashbacks   . A strong acting lineup can't save a bad script either. In the end, throughout the film, the audience can't decide which character to support, and the ending is unsatisfactory   .
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Billionaire Boys Club quotes

  • Sydney Evans: How can you not see how alone I am?

    Joe Hunt: I do! It's this town! It's this town. They build you up to tear you down. You're never good enough. You know how hard it is to keep my stories straight?

    Sydney Evans: What?

    Joe Hunt: The BBC is full of cash. The BBC's flushed out. Ron Levin's gone to New York. Ron Levin's gone for good!

    Sydney Evans: What are you talking about? What does that even mean, "gone for good" ? Where's Ron Levin?... You know what? I don't wanna know.

  • Ron Levin: I had been working at Rothschild for a year. When suddenly I found myself thrown in front of a discipline committee and was forced to defend myself. And... I had nothing. 21 stories and none of them good. So I came clean.

    Joe Hunt: They take your license?

    Ron Levin: No, I mean they could have, they should have, but no. Because what I was doing wasn't illegal... yet. I was ahead of the law. I mean, it was unethical and corrupt. Immoral if you believe in that sort of thing. But it wasn't illegal, so they had nothing. So guess what they did. They asked me to write the code to prohibit the kind of trading that I had been doing. How brilliant is that? That hearing made me with the SEC. And I realized that day... sometimes the truth is the best lie.

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