Theater critic Michael Haneke thinks the two-hour film The Big Short is the winner.
He also thinks that it’s the one for the summer.
“The Big Short” has a solid first act, but the second act isn’t really all that good.
It’s kind of like the second half of the first movie, except it’s an hour long instead of an hour-and-a-half.
The first act was a bit of a disaster, and the second is just a lot of fun.
I mean, you know what?
I’m sure we’ll be watching this movie again.
“Big Short” is also a film that’s a lot like the original.
It focuses on a group of twentysomething investors who lose money, but are determined to keep their investment company afloat.
They fail to understand that the company is more profitable than they thought, and that a company that’s not profitable can never be trusted.
They’re forced to take on more debt, and as they get more indebted, they find themselves having to work even harder to pay back the loans.
The plot is pretty simple, but it’s fun.
It follows the young investors and their lives as they work toward their goal of becoming wealthy.
The film opens with a scene of the company’s new CEO, a young man named Nick Carraway (Matt Damon).
Carrawell, who’s not much of a man, tries to convince his team of the need for a new round of loans, but all he gets is the following:There’s a scene in which Carraways team of investors gets together and decides to buy up every company in the company.
It turns out that this strategy is not only extremely lucrative for the investors, but also highly profitable for the company, which is one of the biggest banks in the world.
(In the film, the bank is called The Carrafts.)
They invest more money in The Carras, and then get more and more indebted as they expand their business.
In the end, they make a whopping $300 million, which, to put it mildly, is not much.
It may sound like a lot, but think of how much money that bank would make if it was a major bank.
The money is worth more than $30 billion.
But the problem is that this kind of business is only profitable for a handful of companies.
There’s one other big company in town, and Carra is trying to buy that.
He wants to get rid of it because he believes that if he doesn’t, The Carrans will all go bust.
(The Carrans is an acronym for “Carrier Capital Management.”)
It is a company called The Bank of The Carranas, which was created by Nick Carras.
It has a huge amount of debt, which means that it has to go bankrupt if it doesn’t go through a liquidation.
It goes through a lot more than a liquidate, and when it goes through that, The Bank is going to be the largest bank in the United States.
That makes it the perfect target for The Carraf, because it’s a financial institution with a lot to lose if it goes bankrupt.
And it’s also a large company with huge money.
The problem is, the problem with The Carriers is that it can’t really afford to lose money.
There are two things that it does well: The company is highly profitable, and it has huge debts.
It also has a great stock market.
The Carrics have a great reputation, but they’re not going to survive.
They need to get the bank out of the way, because they don’t want to go under.
The movie doesn’t have a single scene in the film where Carra and his team have a conversation with the bank, and they don-t do that much in the first half of The Big Sign.
It does, however, have a scene where Nick Carranes son, Sean, shows up and talks to the team, and in that scene, he explains the company to the rest of the team.
They then decide to leave the company and sell the stock to a new company.
The movie is good.
The action sequences are solid, and all of the characters are likable.
But the movie’s problems begin at the beginning.
It’s a great movie.
The characters are very likable, and you get a great plot that keeps you invested in the story.
The dialogue is very well written, and there are a lot that are very funny.
But in order to get you invested, The Big Signs movie has to introduce some new and interesting characters that aren’t in the movie.
(For example, the movie doesn`t really have a character named Nick.)
The problem with the movie is that, in order for you to get invested in this movie, you have to be willing to put yourself in the shoes of one of these characters.
The character you have in mind is either a