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The Big Short (2015) – The Firm Investigates Florida Scene (5/10) | Movieclips





The Big Short – The Firm Investigates Florida: Mark Baum (Steve Carell) and his team investigate the housing market in Florida.
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In 2008, Wall Street guru Michael Burry realizes that a number of subprime home loans are in danger of defaulting. Burry bets against the housing market by throwing more than $1 billion of his investors’ money into credit default swaps. His actions attract the attention of banker Jared Vennett (Ryan Gosling), hedge-fund specialist Mark Baum (Steve Carell) and other greedy opportunists. Together, these men make a fortune by taking full advantage of the impending economic collapse in America.

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Cast: Billy Magnussen, Christian Bale, Max Greenfield
Director: Adam McKay
Screenwriter: Adam McKay, Charles Randolph

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37 comments

  1. This movie is good but the book should be required reading.

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  2. greatest coverup of democrat collusion ever, just ask barny frank, reed, pelosi!

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  3. The side-actors like these bunch, the JP-Morgan Guy, CDO-Manager made the movide what it is

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  4. Cheap money by the Fed and the securitization of these loans by FNMA and FHLMC was the impetus for all this. Once again, we can thank government and big banks for allowing those bozos to make those shoddy loans.

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  5. “Hahaha yyouuu ownn aa booa 😂😂😒 “

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  6. All. created by Bill Clinton

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  7. Interesting to watch this movie and literally no one ever blames the mortgage loan officers or the buyers.

    It’s always the big banks that get blamed for buying the products given to them.

    If you’re a home buyer and you know you make $25,000 a year, how do you think you could buy a house worth even $200k? MAYBE 100k. Probably better off buying a beater worth 50k and just building equity until you get a better job, can sell, and use the equity as a down payment for something better.

    If you’re a loan officer, why would you target someone that you know will default? Not MIGHT, but WILL.

    I work in a business closely related to this field and I can tell you, it’s 2019 and I still see almost the exact same thing going on now. I see people constantly with credit scores so low they couldn’t get a $100 loan, but somehow they are buying houses.

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  8. "They're not confessing. They're BRAGGING."

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  9. Just noticed the music way in the background being "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley which is a great fit to how "Crazy" this whole Loan Concept is.

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  10. Those two guys are briefly seen near the end of the film at a job fair

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  11. I think I heard Warren Buffet say something like that.
    Whose Warren Buffet? :):):)

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  12. This is an amazing piece

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  13. This is the Canadian market about to go

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  14. nooooooooooo dunder mifflin!!

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  15. The amount of condescension in the “you own a boat” line is amazing 😂😂

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  16. Yeah like the hedge fund guys are any better than the mortgage brokers lol

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  17. This whole sequence of events shows how desperate, or greedy or stupid so many people were, and that is being nice and not counting the people that bought houses by lying, making false declarations, or took loans never expecting or planning to ever make the payments

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  18. My brother in laws neighbor has been unemployed for about 2 years due to health complications. He talked to my brother in law and told him that he needs a house to get his life going. He goes yea I talked to a mortgage broker and they told me they can get me approved for a loan even though I don't have a job.

    They're doing the same crap again ladies and gentlemen….

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  19. Yeah I know the hedge fund guys are better than mortgage brokers ……yeah I’m sure

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  20. New construction houses that were worth $550,000 in 2007 fell 40% in value 24 months in South Florida. They have still not recovered. The drop was incredible.

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  21. If you want a 7 series so bad don't crash the economy just wait 5 years and they're like 25,000

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  22. Brilliance.

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  23. 0:12 xD

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  24. 0:21 Is your real name Wayne? You're cute! 🙂

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  25. Warren Buffett?…the guy who invented the stand up dinner bar?

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  26. This movie isn’t fiction folks. We’re all just playing a part in their game.

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  27. Evil white men at it again. Those poor minorities didn't know they couldn't afford houses.

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  28. Scenes like this have led to the political climate that we have today. The failure of the Subprime Mortgage crisis was EVERYONE's inability to see the fall coming, from the joe buying the house to the ceos at the investment banks to the federal regulators. Everyone assumed the next person up the food chain knew what they were doing and so nobody knew what they were doing. Were there some predatory douche bags? Sure, there's predatory douche bags in every business. But portraying realtors and bankers like this as the standard is fiction presented as fact and it does not but make people more ignorant and more angry.

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  29. Damn it Schmidt

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  30. Everybody is still looking for someone to blame.

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  31. I love the "you own a boat" part XD

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  32. what is that song playing in the background?

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  33. After lining their pockets with big bonuses from tax payer funded bail outs, the banks foreclosed on the working class that paid those taxes. It should have been structured in a way to help the people. Pay half your mortgage to bank with bail out money; bank gets paid and borrower gets some relief.

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  34. Magnusson and Greenfield were brilliant casting for those characters

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  35. This is why you don’t take money YOU DONT HAVE

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  36. YOUTHS.

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  37. "Who's Warren Buffett?" LOL

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