ar·bi·trage/ˈɑrbɪˌtrɑʒ for 1, 3; ˈɑrbɪtrɪdʒ for 2/ Show Spelled [ahr-bi-trahzh for 1, 3; ahr-bi-trij for 2] Show IPA noun, verb, ar·bi·traged, ar·bi·trag·ing.
Who knew Graydon Carter, Editor of Vanity Fair could act?
The plot moved along quickly and the screenwriter managed to take a complicated financial deal and make it understandable to a novice to that world. Spoiler alert: there is a subplot involving infidelity and a automobile accident that adds some sex, more money and additional questionable ethics to the storyline.
Can't say I was crazy about the ending.
May have spent 2 hours with my screen idol, but I walked out of the theater holding hands with my Mister. Being an empty nester ain't so bad after all!
P.S...If you have Time Warner Cable you're in luck . It is featured on On Demand. But my suggestion is to see it on the big screen - Richard has never looked better!