All The Money In The World Movie Review: A Tad Underwhelming

All The Money In The World Movie Review: A Tad Underwhelming

All the money in the world
A 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) is abducted. His mother Gail (Michelle Williams) gets a call by the kidnappers to pay a ransom. His grandfather (Christopher Plummer) is the perhaps the richest man in the world but disagrees to pay anything. “I have 14 grandchildren. If I keep paying ransoms, I’d have 14 kidnapped grandchildren,” he says. Chaos ensues.

The film has a strong premise but doesn’t have enough in it to keep you hooked. There are some good portions and scenes but that’s about it. It’s like an Indian masala film (which is completely fine) but with less salt. It also feels like a drag on many occasions. Having said that, there are some really good scenes that’ll shock you.

Charlie Plummer is fine in his small role. Michelle Williams acts really well. But it’s Christopher Plummer who steals the show. He’s absolutely great and makes you wonder how can someone be like his character. Mark Wahlberg is good.

All The Money In The World is a tad underwhelming. We give it 2.5 stars with no kink.

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All The Money In The World Movie Review: A Tad Underwhelming Pankaj Sabnani All the money in the world has a strong premise but doesn’t have enough in it to keep you hooked.

A 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) is abducted. His mother Gail (Michelle Williams) gets a call by the kidnappers to pay a ransom. ...

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