Dumb Money

104 mins
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Emmy nominees Paul Dano, Shailene Woodley, Nick Offerman, Anthony Ramos, Vincent D'Onofrio and Sebastian Stan star in this financial meltdown drama... More

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Dumb Money | Ratings & Reviews

"Defter, more fun, and less laboured than The Big Short."


"An irreverent underdog movie."

The New York TimesThe New York Times

"A fun financial romp."

The GuardianThe Guardian

"A smart look at a bonkers moment in Wall Street history."


"Not as smart or skewering as it pretends to be... but it is funny, irreverent and crowd-pleasing."


"At once a rowdy comedy and a weirdly affecting tale of working class solidarity."


"More entertaining than it has any right to be."


"A fun time at the movies."

Slash FilmSlash Film

"As with his deftly empathetic handling of I, Tonya, Gillespie captures a hot-topic milieu of desperation and excitement populated by schemers."

Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles Times

"Smart filmmaking, as far as it goes."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

"A bargain-bin Social Network."

New York PostNew York Post

"There’s both a breeziness to the tone and a sense of rage burbling just underneath the surface."

Rolling StoneRolling Stone


Vanity FairVanity Fair

"Dramatises the GameStop short squeeze... in an irreverent style that depicts recent history with surprising specificity."


"Craig Gillespie’s film... ignores the fiasco’s most fascinating element: motivation."

The New YorkerThe New Yorker

"The film only pretends to rail against the scourge of unchecked capitalism."

Slant MagazineSlant Magazine

"It’s worth investing your time in this subversively funny take on the GameStop stock saga."

Chicago Sun-TimesChicago Sun-Times

"Any cash and time moviegoers choose to spend on Dumb Money will be well invested, indeed."

Chicago ReaderChicago Reader

"Well-executed, exhilarating, and captures the tenor of the times."


"Rousing social commentary."


"What stays with you is Keith Gill’s belief in something that became bigger than himself."

Black Girl NerdsBlack Girl Nerds

Dumb Money | Details

MA15+, Strong coarse language
Comedy, Drama, True Story & Biography
Country of origin