99 Homes

January 16, 2019 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

This hit pretty close to home for many of us who lived … This hit pretty close to home for many of us who lived through the horror of the collapse of the housing boom in 2008. Basically the politicians gave Americans the ability to capitalize on their own greed. Clinton and Bush both encouraged people to get loans that exceeded their ability to repay, knowing full well that if the market started to stagnate or drop, these homeowners would be underwater. “Every American deserves to own their own house!!!”This movie did a pretty…

Anonymous says:

A well-executed but painful look back at a dark time in our recent history The opening of “99 Homes” will be a crushing gut punch for those who, largely through no fault of their own, found themselves in the Great Recession’s line of fire. It was a period in our history when more than eight million Americans lost their jobs almost overnight, nearly four million homes were foreclosed each year, and 2.5 million businesses were shuttered. The movie delivers an accurate and wrenching portrayal of the steamroller “rocket docket” foreclosure process that put millions of…

Anonymous says:

nothing is stilted- the actors and actresses are fantastic even down to the supporting cast and random characters … Very dramatic look into the housing bubble burst. This is a drama, not really sure why it’s classified as thriller. I’ll try not to give too much away, might be spoilers so don’t read beyond if you’re trying to avoid that. Anyway, the first half is very powerful as the main family is evicted. The acting is incredible for sure, nothing is stilted- the actors and actresses are fantastic even down to the supporting cast and random characters that you don’t even know the name of. Now, though,…

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