Saw Margin Call today, a lot like Too Big To Fail but focusing on one (fictional) marketing firm that was the first to realize that the model they used to buy and sell due to the lack of restrictions were going to lead to them being severely in debt and bankrupt if things went the wrong way which was compounded by the fact that they had already been working outside the parameters of crossing that line in the sand like a week ago. Then they come up with a solution. More of the same but with other really good actors which kept it compelling.
Spacey (It was great to see him basically play the opposite character he played in TBTF and come off believable. He seems to be one of the few of my favorite actors consistently picking challenging and interesting roles that perfectly display their talent).
That guy I think name was Sam from Gossip Girl (the dude from BK that was smashing Blake Lively)
Baker (The Mentalist dude)
If you liked TBTF I'd recommend it. I liked it almost as much as that.
Also saw Abduction with the wolf guy Taylor from Twilight just cuz John Singleton directed it and just the other day I was asking where are the JS directed movies at?
@ what I saw. Sigourney and my boy Alfred Molina are just out for a check in this. Direction wise there's only so much you can do with such a derivative contrived plot and such stiff melodramatic acting from this wolf kid. Would've been better off cutting most of his speaking scenes and making it more like a Jason Statham action martial arts fighting flick. I'd almost feel bad for dudes like him and Zac Efron if they seriously consider themselves good actors.