All the Money in the World

All the Money in the World
All the Money in the World




133 minutes


Biopics, Crime, Thriller



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Rome, 1973, and a gang of masked men kidnap teenager John Paul Getty III, grandson of Jean Paul, the richest man in the world and a billionaire oil magnet whose fortune is partly the result of his notorious frugality. To the frustration of John Paul’s mother Gail, the kidnapping is not enough to convince him to pay the hefty ransom demand for the safe return of his grandson. With her son’s life hanging in the balance and the patience of the mobsters wearing increasingly thin, Gail attempts to get the elder Getty to change his mind. Meanwhile, she makes an unlikely ally in security man Fletcher Chance, and together they come to learn about the values of love and money. An engaging, frantic thriller from legendary director Ridley Scott.

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15 Classification

Strong violence, injury detail, threat, language.

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