Fuck, I don't want to be fine!
I was never supposed to be fine!
I was supposed to be a motherfucking rainmaker.
How would you feel about a character that shouted these words during a pivotal scene? Would you view this character as the protagonist? Would you find this character sympathetic? Would you see them as greedy and villainous? What if this character was a woman? Would it change your perspective? If so, then why?
The scenes in "Equity", including the pivotal shouting one, play out exactly as you'd expect five minutes before they actually happen. For a movie containing no surprises and little suspense, there is still a lot to recommend in this financial thriller. Anna Gunn plays…