All the Money In the World (DVD)

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ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD follows the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother Gail to convince his billionaire grandfather to pay the ransom. When Getty Sr. refuses, Gail attempts to sway him as her son s captors become increasingly volatile and brutal. With her son s life in the balance, Gail and Getty s advisor become unlikely allies in the race against time that ultimately reveals the true and lasting value of love over money.

Product Details

Movies & TV
6 Jul 2018
Region 2
Sound Format
5.1 Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio
133 min
Age Restriction
Supply Source
South Africa


All the Money in the World
Release Year
Action/Adventure / Biography / Biographical / Crime / Hostages / Kidnapping / Kidnapping And Missing Persons / Mafia / Money / Mystery / Thriller
US Box Office
$20.0 million
Official Website
Rotten Tomatoes®
This crime thriller dramatizes the real-life 1973 kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer), the grandson of billionaire oil tycoon J. Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer). John's mother Gail (Michelle Williams) begs J. Paul Getty to pay the kidnappers' ransom; when he refuses, she decides to rescue her son with the help of Getty's business associate, an ex-CIA agent named Fletcher Chase (Mark Wahlberg). Directed by Ridley Scott, ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD originally starred Kevin Spacey as J. Paul Getty. When Spacey was accused of sexual misconduct, Scott reshot his scenes with Christopher Plummer in just nine days in order to meet the movie's planned release date. Inspired by historical events. Certain scenes, characters and dialogue have been fictionalized for dramatic purposes.
Poster for All the Money in the World
Cast & Crew
Ridley Scott
Mark Wahlberg / Romain Duris / Charlie Plummer / Charlie Shotwell / Michelle Williams
Adam Astill / Enzo Attanasio / Giulio Base / Charlotte Beckett / Paolo Bernardini / Francesco Bomenuto / Giuseppe Bonifati / David Brooks / Andrew Buchan / Kit Cranston / Anna Devlin / Nicola DiChio / Paola Scotto DiTella / Francesca Esposito / Guglielmo Favilla / Kim Fenton / Ciro Fortunato / Giuseppe Gandini / Daniel Gosling / Olivia Grant / Alessandro Grespan / Timothy Hutton / Francesca Inaudi / Ilir Jacellari / Giampiero Judica / Maya Kelly / Antonio Lanni / Marco Leonardi / Olivia Magnani / Stacy Martin / Ghassan Massoud / Roy McCrerey / Ginevra Migliore / Alessio Montagnani / Monica Nappo / Lorenzo Pedrotti / Andria Piedimonte / Baker Qabbani / Alessandra Roca / Oliver Ryan / Josie Sayers / Giannina Scott / Rainer Sellien / Cherise Silvestri / Rachele Studer / Adele Tirante / Stanley Treshansky / Nicolas Vaporidis / Clive Wood
David Scarpa
Source Writer
John Pearson / Author: John Pearson
Daniel Pemberton
Director of Photography
Dariusz Wolski
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"[Plummer] turns out to be the best thing about ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD....Plummer, twinkle in his eye, can’t help but give Getty’s toxic rationalizations at least a ring of logic."
A.A. Dowd (21 Dec 2017, )
Chicago Sun-Times
"Christopher Plummer disappears into the role of the billionaire oil tycoon J. Paul Getty and delivers a powerful, magnetic, scene-stealing performance."
Richard Roeper (26 Dec 2017, )
4 stars out of 5 -- "As a thriller it’s consistently gripping....As a study of how cold, hard cash can make a man’s heart cold and hard itself, it’s terrific."
Nick De Semlyen (20 Dec 2017, )
Hollywood Reporter
"[A] terrifically dexterous and detailed thriller about the Italian mob's 1973 kidnapping for ransom of the grandson of the world's richest man, John Paul Getty."
Todd McCarthy (19 Dec 2017, )
Los Angeles Times
"When you want to accomplish the unprecedented and make it look routine, it helps to have the skill, experience and committed collaborators Ridley Scott commands in ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD."
Kenneth Turan (21 Dec 2017, )
New York Times
"[A] story of towering greed and the absence of mercy, and an ideal 21st century morality tale. It’s about money and families and the ties that bind and cut..."
Manohla Dargis (24 Dec 2017, )
3 stars out of 4 -- "[An] engrossing kidnap thriller....Scott is relatively restrained here, letting his stars carry the day..."
Matt Zoller Seitz (23 Dec 2017, )
Rolling Stone
3 stars out of 4 -- "Plummer, 88, aces the role of Getty and shows us what gave the billionaire his infamous cold, cold heart."
Peter Travers (20 Dec 2017, )
The Atlantic
"ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD is watchable and at times quite gripping..."
David Sims (4 Jan 2018, )
The Guardian
4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] raucous pedal-to-the-metal thriller....Getty is exactly right for Plummer’s talent for subversive glittery-eyed grandfatherly mischief, cut with a dash of misanthropic malice."
Peter Bradshaw (19 Dec 2017, )
USA Today
"Getty's complicated personality is the meat of the matter, and where the movie really does a good job is digging into themes of greed, family and those so rich they think of other people as things."
Brian Truitt (21 Dec 2017, )
"Plummer is easily the best thing about a film that is technically accomplished....Charming yet lethal, he humanizes a character who could have been the villain of a plot directed against himself..."
Peter Debruge (19 Dec 2017, )
Washington Post
"Michelle Williams is excellent as always..."
(19 Dec 2017, )

Customer Reviews

Great movie that deserved more recognition

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I can't remember when I was last entertained so much by a movie. The story about the kidnapping of Getty's grandson, was well acted especially by Michelle Williams and Christopher Plummer. The dialogue and coldheartedness of Plummer's role was astounding, you can't believe a person can be so cruel towards his own family and that having money was more important. You can't even decide who the real baddies are in this movie. I cannot believe this movie did not get more awards, and was in my opinion the best of 2017. I highly recommend watching this masterpiece. Ridley Scott's best movie since Gladiator.