ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD – Official Trailer (HD)

J. Paul Getty had a fortune. Everyone else paid the price. All The Money In the World is in theaters December 22.

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ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD follows the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother Gail (Michelle Williams) to convince his billionaire grandfather (Christopher Plummer) to pay the ransom. When Getty Sr. refuses, Gail attempts to sway him as her son’s captors become increasingly volatile and brutal. With her son’s life in the balance, Gail and Getty’s advisor (Mark Wahlberg) become unlikely allies in the race against time that ultimately reveals the true and lasting value of love over money.

Michelle Williams
Christopher Plummer
and Mark Wahlberg
Romain Duris
Charlie Plummer
Timothy Hutton

Directed By: Ridley Scott

Written By: David Scarpa

Based on the book by: John Pearson

Produced By:
Dan Friedkin
Bradley Thomas
Quentin Curtis
Chris Clark
Ridley Scott
Mark Huffam
Kevin J. Walsh

The film is inspired by true events. Some scenes, characters and dialogue have been fictionalized for dramatic purposes.


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Getty defended his initial refusal to pay the ransom on two points. He argued that to submit to the kidnappers' demands would immediately place his other 14 grandchildren at the risk of copy-cat kidnappers.

The second reason for my refusal was much broader-based. I contend that acceding to the demands of criminals and terrorists merely guarantees the continuing increase and spread of lawlessness, violence and such outrages as terror-bombings, "skyjackings" and the slaughter of hostages that plague our present-day world. (Getty, 1976, p. 139).

In this movie one of them blatantly lie and says j Paul getty was the richest man in history, when he clearly wasn't, mansu masa was richer than him, and king Solomon of Israel was richer than both, thus making Solomon the richest man in history,

It's incredible how deceitful trailers are. This one makes the movie look like it's an action film when in reality it is a drama, a very suspenseful one, but a drama.

It is a terrible movie, much of it is Hollywood fiction. The old man didn't die that way and his ex-daughter-in-law never got control of his interests. What they didn't tell in the story is this, Getty paid $2 million dollars, he lent his son another $1 million to be repaid with interest. At that time, Gordon and J. Paul Jr. had claimed money from the Sarah C. Getty trust by taking their father to court and received their full inheritance in 1976. In the 60s, the two brothers received $7 million each from that trust. The old man continued to live on until 1976.

If you want to know the in-depth true story of the Getty kidnapping, watch the show Trust on FX. It's a thousand times better than this bullshit. Donald Sutherland plays J. Paul Getty, and Brendan Fraser plays Fletcher Chase. Mark Wahlberg is a crappy typecast actor who plays the same "I'm serious" guy in every film. Dont waste your time on this terribly rushed movie, watch the show!

Great movie, bad trailer. Too anyone confused, here’s a brief explanation.

The character is the very very rich man’s grandson.

He gets captured and held for ransom and the rich man is asked to pay for it.

The rich man refuses.

The grandson escapes, the rich man dies of old age, and it turns out the reason he didn’t pay was cause he was in this contract thing that meant he couldn’t actually use the money he had for anything but investments.

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