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Title: The International

Year Of Release: 2009 

Review Date: November 30, 2009

Rating: R

Running time: 118 minutes

Box Office Gross: $60,160,977 

Site Rating: 2 out of 10 stars

 

"The International" is a derivative, needlessly violent film about a dangerous international bank, seeking a type of monopoly on debt, via encouraging war and numerous conflicts, which they wish to underwrite, via arms sales. The film implicates the CIA, numerous agencies and terrorist groups.

"The International" is a sad film that is a reminder of the dangers of the love of money, which the Bible describes as the root of evil. The movie is a real downer, but one suited to conspiracy theorists.

The story of the Bush family also comes to mind, regarding former U.S. President George W. Bush's grandfather, Prescott Bush, who underwrote the building of concentration camps in Europe, which brought many so much lasting suffering. Oh the things people do for money and the immense pain it causes others.

 


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