When problems in the banking industry in the USA is experiencing a crisis in the period 2007-2010 years ago are still at the level of the potential of four players in the industry believe that the potential it will cause a big explosion. Former neurologist Michael Burry (Christian Bale), Deutsche Bank trader named Jared Vennett (Ryan Gosling), the fund manager Mark Baum (Steve Carell), as well as Ben Rickert (Brad Pitt) began to investigate the matter independently and try to stop the tragedy of the collapse of Wall Street.
Leaving aside whether the detail that he gave to the audience is accurate or not, The Big Short gives 130 minutes very pleasant. It's like a collection of various explosions in the form of large and small continue to make the audience feel the loss to turn attention from the story and the characters that must be recognized is boastfully never stop trying to look cool and smart. Adam McKay seemed to allow the story to appear loose, although seem less prevalent but the impression of wild still look dodgy anyway bring it under control and move deeper. Conflict slowly began to complex but never make the audience feel stuck in complexity, all because of the storyline itself is set to appear relaxed.