In the future, there may be real economic disasters threatening America. The film tells about the American economy, which appears in the future to be exposed to another huge financial crisis. In this film, a team of white-collar criminals has been recruited by the federal government to thwart a cyber attack that threatens to bankrupt the United States of America.
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Critics Of "The Crash"
S. Jhoanna Robledo Common Sense Media
January 13, 2017 Limp financial cyber thriller has lots of strong language.Read in Source
Keith Watson Slant Magazine
January 09, 2017 The film may be too preposterous to take seriously, but at least writer-director Aram Rappaport trains his sights on the right enemies.Read in Source
Godfrey Cheshire RogerEbert.com
January 13, 2017 These are all cartoon figures out of Frank Capra's most feverish populist nightmares.Read in Source
Tatiana Craine Village Voice
January 11, 2017 Too bad The Crash lives up to its inauspicious name.Read in Source
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky AV Club
January 12, 2017 The Crash fumbles between bad diatribe and bad domestic drama, complete with subplots about absent parents and childhood cancer.Read in Source
Brian Orndorf Blu-ray.com
January 12, 2017 The more Rappaport tries to pull urgency out of thin air, the harder the movie flounders, finding its title more descriptive of production ambition than dramatic content.Read in Source
Joe Morgenstern Wall Street Journal
January 12, 2017 What is The Crash about? First off, it's about Mr. Rappaport's ability to get his film produced, and hats off to him for that, since it couldn't have made much sense on paper and hasn't grown in coherence on screen.Read in Source
John DeFore Hollywood Reporter
January 16, 2017 Several respectable actors offer dicey performances here, but Rappaport's screenplay is the real villain, expecting thin references to real-world financial peril to paper over gaping holes in credibility and plain-old drama.Read in Source
Michael Rechtshaffen Los Angeles Times
January 12, 2017 An intriguing if flawed techno-thriller that gets an effective boost from a high-caliber cast.Read in Source
Edward Douglas Film Journal International
January 11, 2017 Detailed knowledge of the subject and a fine ensemble cast of characters makes for a compelling (albeit wholly fictional) financial thriller.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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