Money Monster Synopsis
In the real-time, high stakes thriller Money Monster, financial TV host Lee Gates (George Clooney) and his producer Patty (Julia Roberts) are put in an explosive situation when an irate investor (Jack O’Connell) forcefully takes over their studio.
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Movie Reviews

This Movie is Money!

By michaelexpo007
Finally… It is about time that Julia Roberts made a good movie, and it is about time that George Clooney made a good movie… Much less making a good movie together!!! This is a very entertaining...

Old fart attack

By greggouw
Staring the 1980's most popular actresses. Defaming Capitalism (as usual) as if their careers were not built on it's foundations. Of course there is no corruption in Hollywood?. And these...


By Gayled03
Julia and George act great together! Absolutely amazing! I loved the movie. It had me entertained from beginning to end. Definitely a mix of emotions. Go check it out. You won't regret it. ??????????...

Complete miss

By Ccoriano5132016720
Expected much more from the actors. The story line is bland and missing a lot. Wait till it comes to DVD if interested....

No Thrill in this "Thriller"

By DanFeotu

Just Ok

By popcornholic
I'd seen the previews and thought Money Monster would be a more suspenseful movie. It seemed to drag in places and the plot was very predictable. It was only an hour and a half long movie, but it...

Done watching George Clooney movies.

By mark427201660
Wow, Julia Roberts, George Clooney and directed by Jodie Foster! You would think this would be pretty good. Nope! Drags on and on, silly acting and predictable ending....


By ramon68
The movie is very flat. The villain is established early on and there are no surprises. It was neither suspenseful or thrilling. It would be an ok home movie but for $18, we deserve better. I'm...

old ppl, has beens

By robertshogun

No thanks

By Gjwtemple
Why do actors believe their views are more important because they are famous? This movie is at best a netflix watch, don't waste your money....

More Info

Rated R | For Language throughout, some sexuality and brief violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Entertaining, mature thriller has language, violence, sex.
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