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The Crash
Crime, Thriller
IMDB rating:
Aram Rappaport
Christopher R Ellis as Jason Schwab
Shannon Brown as Sinclair Mandes
Phillip Edward Van Lear as Colonel Ryan
Dianna Agron as Amelia Rhondart
Andrew James Allen as Mathas Harrison
Jim Ortlieb as Jeff Grillstein
Mary McCormack as Sarah Schwab
Ed Westwick as Ben Collins
Frank Grillo as Guy Clifton
AnnaSophia Robb as Creason Clifton
Maggie Q as Nurse Hilary
John Leguizamo as George Diebold
Minnie Driver as Shannon Clifton
Storyline: Set in the future when the US economy is on the brink of yet another massive financial crisis, The Crash tells the story of Guy Clifton (Frank Grillo), a federally-indicted stock trader, who is secretly enlisted by the federal government to help thwart a cyber-attack aimed at the US stock markets - an attack that could permanently cripple the economy. Our 'richer than God' protagonist is charged with assembling a team capable of running the government's top secret 'shadow stock exchange' in an attempt to keep the markets from mass panic in the event the cyber-hijack is successful. Having only ever been fueled by his love of money, Guy fully intends to use his insider knowledge of this world catastrophe for personal gain until he unearths the organization behind the attack and discovers its motives. For the first time in his life, Guy is challenged to make decisions not only for himself, but also for the good of his country - decisions that are rooted in morality rather than dollar ...
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How does this junk get off the cutting room floor?
I don't spend a lot of time reviewing movies, but when I looked this movie up on IMDb and saw a few 'great reviews' I figured those folks were getting paid, so I wanted to add my thoughts.

My theory is that they made the camera work so bad (the camera is constantly shaking and zooming in and out) the viewer wouldn't notice the terrible character development and lack of plot. Seriously, if you have ever tried to take a photo with a camera while the the zoom/focus constantly is going in and out, then you will have a preview of what it is like trying to watch this piece of junk. Did they give an I-phone to a 2 year old to do the camera work?

As far as the plot, totally predictable and weak as water, and I felt no no connection to the characters.

Bottom line: if you were wanting to present a movie where nothing worked, this would be a superb example.
It was OK. Really.
I like financial/corporate thrillers, and I enjoyed this one. I was looking for entertainment, not a documentary, so I didn't try to spoil it by noting technical errors or assessing the plot for realism. The acting was decent, and, realistic or not, technically accurate or not, the plot held together reasonably well. It's an evening's entertainment, nothing more, nothing less, which is all I think it aspired to be. If that's all you are looking for, and also like financial/corporate thrillers, you will probably think it's OK, too.
We need 5% of the Internet
The stock market has been hacked and is going to crash on Monday. Only one man in the world can fix it, Guy Clifton (Frank Grillo) Tony Clifton's illegitimate son. He assembles a crack team as we watch all the action and drama unfold as people plug wires into the back of a server and type into a keyboard. Whew! Just over whelming stuff. Oh wait! The daughter Creason (Anna Sophia Robb) seriously? Creason? has cancer and isn't responding to treatments. AND her boyfriend Ben (Ed Westwick) is one the programmers helping dad who operates "under a different moral compass." Dad has been arrested for hacking and gets immunity for doing this.

The original title was "A Conspiracy on Jekyll Island" although I don't know if they were ever on the island, it wasn't in their filming locations. This film is for the conspiracy minded about stock market manipulation, corporate greed, insider this that and the other, and the evil Federal Reserve. All that good John Birch stuff that has suddenly gone mainstream. I am surprised they didn't work a dig in at the UN. However, if you are going to do a film such as this, you need a believable plot, decent actors, and maybe a shower scene. Factual films about the last crash were a lot better than this one about a fictional glitch in the stock market that caused an unreasonable panic.

Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity
Thinly disguised chick-flick with bad CS
Bad guys are going to crash all the financial markets in the USA. They tell us they will do it in two days. They tell us in advance… so that our hero can assemble his team (like in Ocean's 13, …)? Anyway, lots of other hardcore CS action. He needs the "back door codes" for all the market servers. He gets them – typed on a sheet of paper. Yeah, that's how I would pass on codes. But don't worry, when they use them the first security key to a market server is "RG182." And when the servers reboot, they all proclaim to be MS-DOS 6. Yes, fresh DOS 6.0, so much better than MS-DOS 6.21 for heavy Internet traffic.

Anyway, chop up 30 minutes of top CS action like this, stick it into a one-hour soap opera chick-flick. They are separated and fight over their daughter, who is dying of cancer of course. Then we have the betrayed employee who can help save the world – oh, and is banging the dying daughter. Finish up in 2016/17 style – the unbelievable plot twist of a betrayal, and a big-ass preachy ending.


(I see reviewers rave about this wonderful film, blame bad reviews on trolls. Perhaps they didn't watch this turkey, just got a check? One is titled "very realistic" -- perhaps they have never been around computers?)
So bad I didn't even watch til the end.
Even the lovely Dianna Agron wasn't enough to make me continue watching this utter load of rubbish to the end. Why was it so bad? Well there's one main reason and that's the continued use of shaky cameras. I have no idea which photographer first thought they'd make their name from this style of photography, and not a clue which director first though it added to their film. However all it does to me apart from making me feel dizzy is think that they don't care if their movie is enjoyed, only that they do something they want to do with it for an undisclosed reason. Let me tell you, never in human history have we had shaky vision. Nor do we enjoy shaky vision. There is no artistic merit in this and it stops people enjoying a film. The plot itself is ridiculous. Now because it's a film and needs a bit of licence, I'd have forgiven it but due to the awful photography that made me grump so I looked at the plot with more dislike than I should. Anyone with half a brain knows the situation as was presented has not and will not ever happen that way so B movie shaking combined with TV B movie plot makes for a crap movie. I have not seen the other 2 films that Rappaport has directed so I don't know if this is his own style or if it's just this one film that is awful. I got to 17 minutes in and that's as much as I could possibly manage before I turned it off in disgust.
Prepare Yourself...
Prepare yourself before watching this movie. I would recommend taking motion sickness prevention before attempting to watch this. If you are prone to this type of condition then this movie is not for you. This has to be the worst movie I have ever watched. It features, 'On purpose', horrible camera action that was seemingly taken by novice camera operators or was ordered as such by the director. Either way it makes for a terrible viewing experience. Don't say you were not warned. Have the motion sickness pail ready. Note to the director, Aram Rappaport; I'm sure this movie would have turned out 500% better had one been able to watch the entire picture without losing ones breakfast.
Just to kill time
This film tells the story of a finance guru, who is convicted of some financial crime. The government gets him to stop a cyber attack on the American stock market, but he finds out the truth is actually different than he is led to believe.

The first minutes of the film may have been completely lost on me, as I'm still unclear what crime has Guy been convicted of. Is the stopping of the cyber attack a part of an exoneration deal? It would have been nice to find out. Anyway, the story is a little thin, as you can tell from the film length and from the lack of details in the plot. The supposed moral struggle by Guy is not obvious at all. The part where they have done computer generated lights running along a cable to indicate signals being transmitted in the cable got me laughing. This is such a primitive way to convey this message! After all, it is just a film to kill time, but don't expect to much.
Creason? Seriously?
The names of the characters in this movie are actually enough to make you mad. Let me explain. The movie is about the stock market. The top gov't lady has the last name Schwab. Yes, like in Charles e Schwab. Is there a connection? No. The top gov't guys last name is Del Banco. Enough said. But the most upsetting name is of the main characters daughter. Her name is "Creason." Yes, i spelled it right. Pronounced "KREE-son." At first i didn't know what they were referring to. I had to rewind to understand. Creason. I have a few better names the writers my have considered: Lawper, Cealton, Vantava, Wiltor, Anclavia, Phopiah, and Kalcinda. But they chose Creason. Has there ever been a person with the name Creason?
After trawling through a splurge of "awful" "didn't finish it" "they ate my brain" reviews.. i was wondering if i wasn't "on a different moral compass" but possibly in a different mindset.. I thought (and this is why i bothered looking) somebody might have speculated on a little suggestion. Perhaps the film wasn't great so my thinking picked upon character representation.. wouldn't get to deep here.. but sometimes it seemed as though the reasons for these obscure character traits were on a deeper level with characters representing the government, federal reserve, the public... the choppy sea as the big scary world etcetera..... Might have made/maybe was a wonderful novel but the Hardyesque qualities have been lost in Hollywoods vision... (because that never happens)
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