Review: The Big Short

Both wildly funny, in a way that doesn’t need vulgar humour or sexual references to make the audience laugh, and incredibly tense (even though we know the ending!), Adam McKay has crafted a stunning film, one that dares to be truly authentic and honest, whilst still delivering an understandable account of the housing crisis, beautifully written with quick pacing and terrific editing, topped off by award-worthy performances. 4.5/5


4 thoughts on “Review: The Big Short

  1. I actually plan to see this movie this weekend – have been putting it off for far too long. I hear such good things from a diverse set of people so that’s always a good thing.

    BTW it’s refreshing to see humour spelt correctly! I have to americanise everything I write >.<

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