And the Razzie for Worst Supporting Actor goes to... MARK RUFFALO! GIVE HIM A ROUND OF APPLAUSE, HE DESERVES IT!
wAT? He was great. All of them were great.
The movie was great as a journalistic document, I mean real fascinating, but there's little cinematic quality to it. Pretty conventional and bland. Steve Jobs is the superior film by miles but it's probably more boring to the average viewer due to it's subject matter.
>wAT? He was great.
He sounded like a wheezing retard most of the time. The part where he's yelling about how he loved Christianity was total shit. What kind of accent was he even trying to do for fuck's sake. The only guy who didn't shit the bed was Keaton who just basically phones it in. And why even mention Steve Jobs? The subject matter isn't similar. The Big Short is Spotlight's big competitor and it was far superior.
this is what /pol/ does to the mind
>jew editor comes into major media outlet
>immediately gets reporters to investigate catholic church
>make it systemic guys so it's a problem with a church and not a few bad apples
>stirs secularism in a heavy catholic community