'The Big Short' deploys considerable star power, including Steve Carell, left, and Ryan Gosling.
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With big-name stars and early Oscar buzz over Steve Carell's performance as a conflicted banker, "The Big Short" is generating both hype and mixed reviews."The Big Short" deploys its considerable star power – including Brad Pitt, Christian Bale and Ryan Gosling – to untangle the crisis through the skillful telling of very human stories.The film is well-stocked with satirical characterizations.The Hollywood Reporter described the film "wearisome" and "far overlong".The Oscar prediction site Goldderby.com puts Carell among the 10 actors most likely to win the acting award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
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