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The onus of the film lies on Richard Gere. He is an out and out winner in this film riddled with loopholes.

The Times of India, TNN, Updated: May 17, 2016, 01.57 PM IST

Robert Miller, a corporate honcho, is desperate to sell his trading empire. But before that a whole lot of issues personal and corporate — need to be tackled first.

Movie Review:The setting is the big, biz world of corporate America. Hence, the plot revolves around Green bills, manipulative tycoons, profits and merges. Add to that Robert Miller (Richard Gere), caught in a trap, courtesy his mistress… and all things green just not working in favour of him, and Arbitrage (like many movies before) puts you face-to-face with what goes on in the world where all that matters is profit and loss.

As for what lies in store for the movie buff, its definitely the performance. Not that of Susan Sarandon. Sadly, we hardly get to see her — for most of the time she is cornered as the high society wife who might find the ongoing in her husbands life complicated. Of course, the little that we see of her simply reiterates her position in the list of ace Hollywood actors. Next is Detective Michael Bryer (Tim Roth), who does manage to pull off a decent act. Again, he too loses the grip due to loopholes in the plot. Finally, the onus lies on Richard Gere.

Needless to say he is the winner… out and out. As the father who just cant tell his daughter about the missing funds in the unbalanced balance sheet… As the tycoon who cannot be picked up the law due to his super rich status… As the man who does not want his people to be hurt even as he indulges in financial irregularities and infidelity on the sly As the man who wants to be richest guy in the cemetery And as the man whose world revolves around five things only money, money, money, money and money, Richard Gere is THE reason you might want to watch this one.

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Robert Miller, a corporate honcho, is desperate to sell his trading empire. But before that a whole lot of issues – personal and corporate — need to be tackled first.

See the movie if only to see Richard Gere perform. But you get a little more too – the husband-wife team of Susan and Tim at work. See it for its an entertaining movie.

Good movie showing the practice of Arbitrage not just in business, but even in personal life. How most successful people too can commit blunders & to save that image they are covered under the pile of their own lies. Though not a justifiable reason, but some frauds are not brought out of the greater good of the employees. Richard Gere proves his mettle yet again. Gere as Miller is smart, thinks on his feet, witty & above all….Street Smart!!. At first instance, though the climax looks a little abrupt, but when thought a little more on it, its the apt climax to capture the essence of the title.

Acting of Richard and Susan are the combination of a class…Needless to say acting is the winner in this one!

An engaging thriller about the depths of bad decisions made from the arrogance of power…