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(587) 7.1 74 min 2015

Boom Bust Boom is a movie starring Terry Jones, George Magnus, and Robert Shiller. Terry Jones guides us through the history and the nature of the economic boom-bust cycle and why people repeatedly ignore it to their sorrow.

George Magnus, Robert Shiller, Zvi Bodie, Terry Jones
History, Documentary
Terry Jones, Ben Timlett, Bill Jones

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres History, Documentary
Director Terry Jones, Ben Timlett, Bill Jones
Writer Terry Jones, Theo Kocken
Stars George Magnus, Robert Shiller, Zvi Bodie, Terry Jones
Country UK, USA, Netherlands
Also Known As Boom Bust Boom Bust Boom - Your Part in Ruining the Economy, Boom Bust Boom: Your Part in Ruining the Economy
Runtime 1H 14M
Description Terry Jones presents Boom Bust Boom. The result of a meeting between writer, director, historian and Python Terry Jones and economics professor and entrepreneur Theo Kocken. Co-written by Jones and Kocken and featuring John Cusack, Nobel Prize winners Daniel Kahneman, Robert J Shiller and Paul Krugman, the film is part of a global movement to change the economic system through education to protect the world from boom and bust. A unique look at why economic crashes happen, Boom Bust Boom is a multimedia documentary combining live action with animation and puppetry to explain economics to everyone.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 15:07

I love film. I am a fan of history and many forms of entertainment, and I am a proud American. This documentary is an awesome look at the life and works of Michael Moore. A man who is often criticized for his lack of accuracy and motives in his opinions. To him, this movie is a slam dunk. He interviews several people in a series of personal interviews, which are interspersed with edited out video footage from the "plugs" from his old film "The Big Lebowski", which the world wide press kept on to. But in this documentary, it seems Moore was blindsided by the criticism he received from the press. He did not write a letter to the editor to deny the accusations of bias, instead he simply had a whole bunch of actors write letters to the editor. Moore is not called upon to justify himself for his opinions, instead the people he interviews, all have personal stories to tell about the film industry, and the people that made them famous. The interviews are all very good, even if they do lack in some of Moore's finer moments. He talks about the relevance of documentaries, and gives a brief history of the person and the film that he is about to expose. He talks about the excitement of his film, and how it has had a huge impact on his life. He talks about how his documentary has influenced people and influenced him. He talks about how he goes to see the movie at least once a month, and how he thinks it is because of it's impact on him. He talks about how he is actually a big fan of his film, and is a big fan of his movie "Bowling for Columbine". He talks about how this documentary is his love letter to his film, and his pride in being an American. This documentary is a great man telling his stories about his film and the people he interviews, and also how the industry he wants to make history about. I give this film a 10 out of 10.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 02:53

This documentary is extremely well-made and entertaining. The filmmakers did an excellent job at showing the dramatic drama surrounding the pros and cons of letting women drive. The movie goes a step further in showing the socio-political issues surrounding the women-only car ownership and how much the push for the movie has for that cause. They also show the concept of a car that works for the people and not just the company. It also shows that cars can have a higher than average cost to maintain because of the money put into the car and maintenance and the price of the parts. The producers also show how people who believe that women are somehow un-hirable are the ones who will stop at nothing to stop women from owning a car. Overall, this movie is a must-see for any feminist or any liberal who believes in equality. It can help change your opinion of women. It can also help change your opinion of the feminists who just want to make money from an issue that has been for years because people have not thought about the people and not about the rights and benefits of the people. This movie shows us a realistic side to the women-only car ownership issue and how the people of society think that women should be forced to have a car because they are like the average Joe. It shows us that the benefits of owning a car outweighs the negatives of the majority of people. It shows that cars are just like any other product and have a cost to maintain and that the people are not being forced to have one.

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