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Oyunun Sonu Rating: 71 out of 100 based on 62 reviews.
Döküm
Kevin Spacey

Sam Rogers
Zachary Quinto

Peter Sullivan
Stanley Tucci

Eric Dale
Paul Bettany

Will Emerson
Jeremy Irons

John Tuld
Penn Badgley

Seth Bregman
Simon Baker

Jared Cohen
Mary McDonnell

Mary Rogers
Demi Moore

Sarah Robertson
Aasif Mandvi

Ramesh Shah
Ashley Williams

Heather Burke
Susan Blackwell

Lauren Bratberg
Maria Dizzia

Executive Assistant
Jimmy Palumbo

Security Guard
Al Sapienza

Louis Carmelo
üretim
Director:J.C. Chandor
Producer:Robert Ogden Barnum (producer)
Michael Benaroya (producer)
Neal Dodson (producer)
Joe Jenckes (producer)
Corey Moosa (producer)
Zachary Quinto (producer)
Sean Akers (associate producer)
Lawrence M. Kopeikin (associate producer)
Susan Leber (line producer)
Randy Manis (executive producer)
Laura Rister (executive producer)
Joshua Blum (executive producer)
Kirk D'Amico (executive producer)
Cassian Elwes (executive producer)
Rose Ganguzza (executive producer)
Anna Gerb (co-producer)
Michael Corso (executive producer)
Anthony Gudas (executive producer)
Mishka Brown (line producer: second unit and aerials)
Writer:J.C. Chandor (written by)
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Screen Jabber
This well made Wall Street drama presents 24 hours in the life of one of those smug and self congratulatory financial institutions as it is about to go under heralding the credit crunch.
Film4
Is it the best film about Wall Street ever made? No. But it is a strong first effort from writer-director J.C. Chandor and makes surprisingly gripping viewing out of an important but, let's face it, rather dry subject. And Kevin Spacey is awesome in it.
Tony Medley
I don't know if it is just me, but recently I have enjoyed the performances by the actors more than I have enjoyed the actual movies. The Ides of March was a pretty good movie, made exceptional by the performances of Philip Seymour Hoffman...
Incelemesi19 Eki 2011
Laramie Movie Scope
This is a movie about the beginnings of the financial crisis that nearly brought world's economy crashing down in flames in 2008. If you are looking for a film that explains the financial meltdown on Wall Street, this isn't it.
Incelemesi9 Ara 2011
Crave Online
It’s possible that you will hear about the new movie Margin Call and develop a nervous twitch in your eye. That kind of thing happens a lot when a movie seems aggressively topical.
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
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Oyunun Sonu için Yorumlar
Screen Jabber
This well made Wall Street drama presents 24 hours in the life of one of those smug and self congratulatory financial institutions as it is about to go under heralding the credit crunch.
Film4
Is it the best film about Wall Street ever made? No. But it is a strong first effort from writer-director J.C. Chandor and makes surprisingly gripping viewing out of an important but, let's face it, rather dry subject. And Kevin Spacey is awesome in it.
Tony Medley
I don't know if it is just me, but recently I have enjoyed the performances by the actors more than I have enjoyed the actual movies. The Ides of March was a pretty good movie, made exceptional by the performances of Philip Seymour Hoffman...
Incelemesi19 Eki 2011
Laramie Movie Scope
This is a movie about the beginnings of the financial crisis that nearly brought world's economy crashing down in flames in 2008. If you are looking for a film that explains the financial meltdown on Wall Street, this isn't it.
Incelemesi9 Ara 2011
Crave Online
It’s possible that you will hear about the new movie Margin Call and develop a nervous twitch in your eye. That kind of thing happens a lot when a movie seems aggressively topical.
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
Chicagotribune.com
That picture and the new, more interesting "Margin Call" operate not as cries from the heart, gut punches or anything you'd find in the early 1930s, say, when Hollywood studios produced an astonishing (and often astonishingly fierce)...
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
NOLA.com
"Margin Call" is not a movie that's going to play very well with the Occupy Wall Street crowd -- or with those who lost houses, savings and jobs thanks to the recent financial apocalypse.
Incelemesi3 Kas 2011
Compuserve
This is what makes “Margin Call” yet another movie that’s torn from today’s headlines. Unlike the superb documentaries of Michael Moore and such works as “Wall Street” (“greed is good”). writer-director J.C. Chandor’s deals with what’
Incelemesi5 Eki 2011
FirstShowing.net
Margin Call is a thriller set mostly in an office building on the eve of the 2008 financial crisis. It was one of my most anticipated films at Sundance and although it didn't knock me on my ass, it definitely delivered.
Incelemesi28 Oca 2011
St. Petersburg Times
Wall Street is the focus of Hollywood again in Margin Call, but this movie's stock is falling.
Incelemesi27 Eki 2011
Film Threat
Coincidentally, I’d watched an award screener of Contagion just before running out to catch Margin Call and was unsettled by the number of eerie parallels between the two pictures. No fooling; I kept expecting Jude Law or Matt Damon to walk around ...
Incelemesi17 Kas 2011
Washington Post
There's a funny, and telling, line in "Margin Call," a smart, harrowing and mordant drama set inside a fictional Wall Street firm at the trip-wire moment just before the 2008 financial collapse.
Incelemesi21 Eki 2011
iHaveNet.com
Margin Call -- in a topical mode not far removed from that of Up in the Air, The Company Men, and Inside Job -- is a vivid snapshot of an early stage of 2008's financial crisis that exposes, provokes, disturbs, and even sickens.
Incelemesi21 Eki 2011
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
From Wall Street protestors to global demonstrations against greed, you can’t get timelier than J.C. Chandor’s topical thriller that unfolds in 2008 over the course of roughly 24 hours,
Incelemesi18 Eki 2011
NYDailynews.com
How good is J.C. Chandor's debut? So good I was ready to buy what he was selling even though I didn't entirely understand it.
Incelemesi21 Eki 2011
Filmcritic.com
While it's usually the individual trader in the stock market who fears the dreaded margin call, this financial-world thriller capitalizes on a case in which it's an investment bank that can't pay its debts.
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
Chicago Sun-Times
"Margin Call" employs an excellent cast who can make financial talk into compelling dialogue.
Incelemesi19 Eki 2011
Monsters and Critics
This no-nonsense screenplay tells a story grounded in the recent gigantic financial meltdown of a Wall Street mired in toxic securities.
Incelemesi24 Eki 2011
The Baltimore Sun
With recent history and the current winds so stiff with economic grief, it's no wonder films such as the recent layoff-centered drama "The Company Men" struggle to find a sympathetic paying audience.
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
MSN
Alfred Hitchcock, were he still alive today, would likely jump at the chance to make a thriller set in the world of financial markets,
Metromix Chicago
An unusual drama about the overnight collapse of a financial firm, "Margin Call" offers a tightly focused look at an industry blindsided by crisis.
Incelemesi24 Eki 2011
Creative Loafing Charlotte
The absorbing drama Margin Call focuses on the first rumblings of the 2008 financial crisis, but unlike many movies based in the historical past,
Incelemesi25 Eki 2011
New York Post
Basically “Titanic’’ for the Occupy Wall Street generation, J.C. Chandor’s riveting drama “Margin Call’’ covers roughly a day and a half climaxing with the great stock market crash of September 2008.
Incelemesi21 Eki 2011
Movies.com
It's set on Wall Street, 2008, hours before everything goes to hell. Stanley Tucci is a longtime, high-level guy at an unnamed firm who's let go, given six months severance and shown the door by security moments later.
The A.V. Club
At its best, Margin Call feels like the Fail Safe of our time, a doomsday thriller where the fate of the world rests on a few people with their fingers on the button.
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
Movie Web
Margin Call is a 2011 American independent drama film.
Incelemesi25 Eki 2011
Reel Views
It's 2008 and the economy is on a precipice. The financial sector is about to collapse. Margin Call is not a documentary; it does not claim to be factual.
Incelemesi19 Eki 2011
Movie Line
Margin Call unfolds over 24 hours, give or take, and it rarely ventures out of the Manhattan office building in which its unnamed firm is based.
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
Christianity Today
Margin Call is a disaster movie without any explosions. Or rather, it's a movie about the initial response and attempts to control what could become a calamitous disaster.
Incelemesi21 Eki 1911
Kc Active
Given the fact that the collapse and bailout of the housing market openly revealed both the culture of corruption that passes for a "free market" and the utter failure of politicians to prove they are anything but big-bank bitches
Incelemesi28 Eki 2011
Rolling Stone
Want to be a fly on the wall when a gaggle of investment bankers precipitate the 2008 financial crisis? Step up for Margin Call, a thrillingly intense look at what went down through the prism of one unnamed Wall Street investment firm trying to save its
Incelemesi20 Eki 2011
azcentral.com
"Margin Call" is a movie about the death and dying of an enormous financial institution much like Lehman Brothers, chronicling the exact moment in 2008 when underlings and then titans alike realize too late that the jig is up.
Incelemesi27 Eki 2011
Boxoffice Magazine
In contrast to icons of the form like Wall Street and Glengarry Glen Ross, Margin Call is a strangely and even willfully enervated look at the world of high finance.
Incelemesi24 Eki 2011
Philly.com
Margin Call is rife with smart, sharp performances. Paul Bettany is a chain-smoking exec who takes home just under $3 million a year - and who breaks down his expenses for an awestruck junior analyst: $300,000 for the mortgage, $125,000 for the car,
Incelemesi21 Eki 2011
Orlando Sentinel
“Margin Call” isn’t a sermon, it’s a dissection, an all-star big-name top-to-bottom/bottom-to-top analysis of the sorts of people and the kind of mindsets that brought the world to its dire financial state today.
Incelemesi19 Eki 2011
Slant Magazine
A portrait of the eve of 2008's financial crisis that plays out with funereal inevitability, Margin Call loves speechifying, but the film is far more assured when lingering in the silence of its morally compromised characters.
Incelemesi23 Mar 2011
Sacramento News & Review
At an unnamed Wall Street firm, just as they’re harshly downsizing the staff, one remaining analyst (Zachary Quinto) discovers what his newly fired boss (Stanley Tucci) was working on—an analysis showing that the firm is over-committed in toxic assets
Incelemesi27 Eki 2011
Miami Herald
Margin Call is the movie Oliver Stone tried to make with Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, only a lot less flashy and melodramatic — and sharper, smarter and with a much stronger cast.
Incelemesi27 Eki 2011
RogerEbert.com
It may have happened something like this. "Margin Call" depicts the last night of good times on Wall Street, as a deadly certainty travels up the executive ladder at an investment firm:
Incelemesi19 Eki 2011
Time Out New York
You may be feeling done with all the postmortems about 2008’s economic collapse—just make it go away, right? Still, if you’d like to see all the varying shades of greed and miscalculation represented in a verbal and sometimes artful manner, J.C. Cha
The Austin Chronicle
Unlikely to be either the tea party or Occupy America's first pick for best film of the year, Margin Call is nevertheless a surprisingly adroit effort to A) explain the birth pains of our current financial woes, and B) show what it might have been like,
Incelemesi28 Eki 2011
Sky Movies HD
A survey recently discovered that grafters working in banking were among the most likely to suffer a heart attack. Well, that’s a bonus.
Express.co.uk
AT last something good has come out of the financial crisis: Margin Call, a riveting thriller that explores the economic collapse in microcosm through the prism of an imploding Watt Street investment bank over the course of one night.
Incelemesi11 Oca 2012
Channel24
Strong performances and an intimate approach makes Margin Call consistently compelling.
Margin Call unfolds in a series of quietly intense and increasingly distressing meetings between the various figures - Quinto and Spacey, Spacey and Irons, Irons and Moore, Moore and Tucci, and so on.
Incelemesi13 Oca 2012
ABC Radio (Australia)
There's no doubt that this delay will lessen the interest factor of Australian audiences for Margin Call, which is a terrible pity, because it's an excellent, enthralling and revealing thriller. Chandor's script was nominated for Best Original...
Incelemesi14 Mar 2012
Radio Times
Following factual dramatisations of the 2008 US financial meltdown in HBO's Too Big To Fail and BBC's The Last Days of Lehman Brothers, Margin Call plays the fictionalised card, focusing on the rapid reaction of a Lehmans-like investment bank to the...
Time Out London
Margin call indeed. American debut feature director JC Chandor’s take on the 2008 economic meltdown is an ambiguous beast, melding bullpen drama, forensic procedural and moral hazard in its account of a Wall Street investment bank’s long...
TotalFilm.com
But Margin Call is a contender for best Wall Street film yet because it neither attacks nor drools over the employees at its Lehman-style firm facing the earliest ripples of the 2008 crash. Debut writer/director J.C. Chandor presents these characters...
Incelemesi3 Oca 2012
Little White Lies
Margin Call has much to admire. Chandor proposes that when the cataclysm comes, it could well be instantaneous, and he really evokes a sense that the tectonic plates of commerce are shifting underfoot as these slick stooges are forced to atone...
Incelemesi12 Oca 2012
Digital Spy
Margin Call profits from procuring excellent work from its bankable cast and presenting a highly complex scenario to the audience in an accessible manner without ever being patronising or dumbed down.
Incelemesi13 Oca 2012
Real.com
Margin Call is an acutely satisfying watch, expertly crafted by a debut feature film writer-director demonstrating a sound knowledge of 30 years of banking experience.
Incelemesi10 Oca 2012
Shadows on the Wall
This lucid drama about the start of the current economical collapse is gripping, even if its structure feels stagey: basically a lot of scenes of people talking in offices. But solid performances and an accessible script make it resonate.
Incelemesi24 Kas 2011
Flicks.co.nz
The title of writer-director JC Chandor’s dizzying debut refers to the moment when all debts must be repaid – the day of reckoning. And boy does he deliver. At an unnamed Wall Street firm (Lehman Brothers!), recently fired risk manager Stanley Tucci gives
Birmingham Mail
IF YOU’VE ever been fired or know someone who has or is possibly about to be, then the first 15 minutes of this new movie will send huge shivers down your spine.
Incelemesi13 Oca 2012
The Guardian UK
Writer-director JC Chandor's tense whitecollar drama is a sober corrective to what can only be described as Hollywood's "Gordon Gekko" approach to high finance: ie, making it notionally horrible, but still insisting on how super-sexy and exciting it...
Incelemesi12 Oca 2012
Mirror.co.uk
Margin Call not only redresses the balance, but manages to be a cracking thriller along the way.
Incelemesi13 Oca 2012
MovieXclusive.com
How many of us not working in the financial industry actually knew what precipitated the economic meltdown in 2008-09 that the world economy is still struggling to recover from today? The most we probably know is that some bad financial products that...
National Post
The wonder of Margin Call is that there are no classic villains. Irons’ character is the closest to a bad guy, but even he is just playing by rules that seem to have periodic failure built into their DNA.
Incelemesi11 Kas 2011
Toronto.com
The boardroom thriller Margin Call seeks topical thunder by suggesting that wealthy 1 percenters hurt as much as poor 99 percenters when their economic worlds collapse.
Incelemesi10 Kas 2011
The Globe And Mail
If Eric Dale worked on the Titanic, he would’ve been stationed on the crow’s nest – first to spot the iceberg. He’s a risk manager at an unnamed Wall Street securities firm in 2008, sitting at his desk, frowning at a historical volatility index.
Incelemesi11 Kas 2011
Dose.ca
Margin Call is a thriller about what might have happened -- believably, because it is so dark, and so smart -- during the financial crisis of 2008. Set mostly in the offices of a fictional investment bank that resembles Lehman Brothers...
Incelemesi11 Kas 2011
QNetwork Entertainment
Margin Call An intense, focused dramatization of one moment at the beginning of the 2008 global financial meltdown, J.C. Chandor’s Margin Call arrives on the heels of numerous documentaries that have attempted to show in grand fashion how toxic assets,
Döküm
Kevin Spacey...Sam Rogers
Zachary Quinto...Peter Sullivan
Stanley Tucci...Eric Dale
Paul Bettany...Will Emerson
Jeremy Irons...John Tuld
Penn Badgley...Seth Bregman
Simon Baker...Jared Cohen
Mary McDonnell...Mary Rogers
Demi Moore...Sarah Robertson
Aasif Mandvi...Ramesh Shah
Ashley Williams...Heather Burke
Susan Blackwell...Lauren Bratberg
Maria Dizzia...Executive Assistant
Jimmy Palumbo...Security Guard
Al Sapienza...Louis Carmelo
Peter Y. Kim...Timothy Singh
Grace Gummer...Lucy (scenes deleted)
Oberon K.A. Adjepong...Coffee Guy
Uzimann...Trader (uncredited)
Steven Weisz...Trader (uncredited)
üretim
Director:J.C. Chandor
Producer:Robert Ogden Barnum (producer)
Michael Benaroya (producer)
Neal Dodson (producer)
Joe Jenckes (producer)
Corey Moosa (producer)
Zachary Quinto (producer)
Sean Akers (associate producer)
Lawrence M. Kopeikin (associate producer)
Susan Leber (line producer)
Randy Manis (executive producer)
Laura Rister (executive producer)
Joshua Blum (executive producer)
Kirk D'Amico (executive producer)
Cassian Elwes (executive producer)
Rose Ganguzza (executive producer)
Anna Gerb (co-producer)
Michael Corso (executive producer)
Anthony Gudas (executive producer)
Mishka Brown (line producer: second unit and aerials)
Writer:J.C. Chandor (written by)
Composer:Nathan Larson
Cinematographer:Frank G. DeMarco (director of photography)
Editing:Pete Beaudreau
Casting:Tiffany Little Canfield
Bernard Telsey
Production Design:John Paino
Set Decorator:Robert Covelman
Costume Design:Caroline Duncan
Makeup:Chris Clark (hair department head)
Lisa DelleChiaie (key hair stylist)
Mindy Hall (makeup designer)
Cassandra Keating (makeup department head)
Elizabeth Martinelli (hair stylist: Ms. Moore)
Katherine O'Donnell (key makeup artist)
Fabiola Arancibia (makeup artist: Ms. Moore)
Erin Ayanian (makeup design: Ms. Moore)
Jennifer Serio Stauffer (hair stylist)
Production Management:Stacie Jones (unit production manager)
Stuart Macphee (post-production supervisor)
United States25 Oca 2011
Germany12 Şub 2011
Estonia7 Eki 2011
Netherlands23 Eki 2012
Hong Kong17 Kas 2011
Turkey18 Kas 2011
Spain21 Eki 2011
Lithuania18 Kas 2011
Brazil14 Eki 2011
Russian Federation29 Eyl 2011
Romania4 Kas 2011
Greece15 Ara 2011
Poland26 Ara 2011
Singapore29 Ara 2011
United Kingdom13 Oca 2012
IsraelIsrael19 Oca 2012
Belgium13 Eki 2011
Sweden16 Mar 2012
Switzerland25 Eyl 2011
Canada11 Kas 2011
Ireland13 Oca 2012
Japan3 Şub 2012
Hungary8 Mar 2012
Portugal8 Mar 2012
Argentina15 Mar 2012
Australia15 Mar 2012
France2 May 2012
KuwaitKuwait19 Nis 2012
Colombia4 May 2012
New Zealand10 May 2012
Uruguay11 May 2012
Italy18 May 2012
Chile13 Eyl 2012
Mexico21 Eyl 2012
Taiwan21 Eyl 2012
Venezuela9 Kas 2012
Norway6 Haz 2012
Korea, Republic of3 Oca 2013
Ukraine24 Kas 2011
Peru8 Kas 2012