All The Money In The World
Based on the extraordinary true story of the kidnapping of a billionaire oil magnate’s teenage grandson, All The Money In The World is a gripping thriller from legendary director Ridley Scott.
“To be a Getty is an extraordinary thing. We look like you, but were not like you. It’s like were from another planet, where the force of gravity is so strong it bends the light.”
Paul Getty (Charlie Plummer) is not like other teenagers. His oil tycoon grandfather, John Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer), is not just the richest man in the world, but the richest man in the history of the world.
So, when Paul is kidnapped in Rome and held to ransom by a gang of masked men, you would expect the matter to be quickly resolved by a family who has all the money in the world, but this just isn’t so.
John Paul Getty is a notorious miser, and making him part with his cash is no mean feat, even with the fate of his favourite grandson hanging in the balance. Paul’s devoted mother Gail (Michelle Williams) must take it upon herself to try negotiate a deal that will leave her son unharmed while appeasing his captors.
Despite the mobsters becoming increasingly more volatile, Getty vows not to part with any of his cash, and instead sends his security man Fletcher Chace (Mark Wahlberg) to deal with the situation. Teaming up with Gail, the unlikely duo find themselves in a desperate race against time.
Ridley Scott (The Martian) directs this captivating thriller, which analyses the lasting value of love over money. Charlie Plummer (King Jack, Gully) stars alongside Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea, Venom) and Mark Wahlberg (Daddy’s Home 2, Deepwater Horizon).