All About the Money


Action / Adventure / Comedy

IMDb Rating 6.1 10 1,932


Downloaded 19,695 times
May 2, 2019



Casper Van Dien as Roger Conway
Danny Trejo as Prisoner
Lin Shaye as The Vagabond
Mindy Robinson as Lauren
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767.01 MB
23.976 fps
90 min
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90 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheTopDawgCritic 8 / 10 / 10

Enjoyable mindless entertainment and a fun ride!

This was surprisingly and unexpectedly much more entertaining than I expected! If you're looking for an enjoyable funny 'Netflix and Chill' type movie to watch on a lazy day, this movie will not disappoint! To be clear, it's not a suspense type thought-provoking psycho- thriller drama, nor a top notch comedic production, but just simply an enjoyable mindless comedy that will entertain. The comedy was a little overboard at times, but there were *some* LOL moments, and I caught myself having a permanent smile throughout most of the movie. It was stupid humor but it was executed properly. Casper Van Dien was surprisingly comedic, and although Eddie Griffin seemed a little too much next to Blake Freeman's somewhat stale comedic performance, the three together made it work! Jon Gries was on point as the psycho marine. There was a decent story-line. The location setting was great. There's some action, suspense, gore, eye-candy, and pretty much all the elements to make this one of the more successfully entertaining B grade action/sitcom attempts I've seen in a while. I'm sure there will be other reviews dissecting and over-critiquing and low scoring this movie, but in my opinion, it was just simply an enjoyable, mindless form of entertainment with some hilarious characters and over-the-top comedy. Enjoy it for what it is, a fun ride.

Reviewed by burlesonjesse5 3 / 10 / 10

VIEWS ON FILM review of All About the Money

Behind two weeks of plain old procrastination, I finally decided to view 2017's All About the Money. "Money" chronicles three, penniless washout guys from Los Angeles. After hearing about a $25 million dollar reward involving the capturing of America's most wanted criminal, they eagerly venture to Columbia, South America to try to get the job done. In "Money", Blake Freeman directs, co-stars, storyboards, and partners in writing the screenplay. Yeah it's a mini ego trip for him and he makes sure that his film veers far away from taking itself too seriously. All About the Money sans an MPAA rating but it's surely a hard R. Yup, this is real cockamamie stuff. It starts off as this year's Half Baked while giving us loose end side characters and two, suitable flashback excerpts. "Money" then turns into an aping drug movie with a final shootout sequence blatantly reminiscent of 1984's Beverly Hills Cop. Now "Money" does have some humorous moments courtesy of funnyman Eddie Griffin. If ever a flick mixed sketchy laughter and drug lord prudence, this would be it. "Money" also drags at times, features out of place narration by a snobbish bloke (Stephen Stanton), and contains a certain level of improvisational annoyance. Mean-spirited, demented, and racially skewed in its approach, All About the Money gets points for originality only to gather grounds for deserved, direct-to-video enhancement. In cessation, Blake Freeman shoots "Money" as if it's for his own pleasure, his own sufferance, or his own, mocking amusement. I'll give the dude smug credit for squeezing everything he can out of what is probably a diddly-squat budget. There are great Columbia locales, fantastic Colombian babes, quick pauses of hailing gunfire, and plenty of Scarface citations. However, after seeing "Money" with its ode to loser lyricism and its failure to apologize for its own, fanciful nature, you'll realize that it's vapor-ed, disposable material. A better title would be All About the "Mindlessness". Rating: 2 stars.

Reviewed by jasonedge8 3 / 10 / 10

Thin story done badly

Not a great story and not a great script. Relies heavily on profanity, tripping, stupidity and chicks with dicks to get the laughs (and there are a few sprinkled throughout) but overall there are better ways to spend 90 minutes. Watch as a last resort or when you need to get off to sleep.

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