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Assault on Wall StreetA film set in the midst of 2008 financial crisis. Jim Baxford is a security guard who have a well-paid job and a happy life with his illness wife. Unfortunately, the economy is in crisis causing him to lose everything. He condemns Wall street financiers for ruining his life and seeking revenge.Keywords:
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Directors of "Assault on Wall Street"Uwe BollBirthdate: 22 June 1965, Wermelskirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Creators of "Assault on Wall Street"Uwe BollBirthdate: 22 June 1965, Wermelskirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Critic Reviews of "Assault on Wall Street"VarietyMay 12, 2013
The film seems inexplicably tame, the least interesting execution of a radical concept.Los Angeles TimesMay 09, 2013
Boll spends so much time painting Jim into the corner required to "justify" his bonkers actions that once the film's fuse is irrevocably lighted, viewers may have already checked out.Hollywood ReporterMay 09, 2013
This zeitgeist-tapping revenge fantasy doesn't deliver enough guilty pleasures.FILMINK (Australia)February 19, 2015
It's as subtle and as silly as you would expect, with an ending that's both a rally cry and request for a sequel.rec.arts.movies.reviewsOctober 19, 2013
Seemingly inspired by "Taxi Driver" with its security guard stand-in for Travis Bickle wasting Wall Street brokers who are arguably worse than the pimps in "Taxi Driver".Blu-ray.comMay 15, 2013
Because it wouldn't be Boll if there wasn't borderline irresponsible storytelling.WBAI RadioMay 10, 2013
Possibly the only director on the planet who has garnered a strange recognition through utter infamy, Boll engages in a weirdly raw and rowdy subversive ideological descent into the dysfunctionally dark recesses of US culture.Slant MagazineMay 08, 2013
Uwe Boll's insistence on plugging genre tropes into his imagined idea of populism returns us to the same cynical place as Postal, except with none of the sizzle.
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