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Should Ridley Scott's "All the Money in the World" be measured by the usual critical apparatus or with a stopwatch? If the latter, Scott's movie wins the race, hands down. With remarkably few signs of haste, "All the Money in the World" has accomplished its unenviable task of recasting Kevin Spacey's role with Christopher Plummer. Plummer parachuted in some weeks back to shoot his nine days of work, and Scott has toiled around the clock to recut and remake his own movie."All the Money in the World," about the 1973 kidnapping of the grandson of billionaire oil tycoon John Paul Getty (Plummer), is, for better and worse, every bit a Scott production.Getty married five times and Paul was one of 14 grandchildren.It's hard not to spend some of the film's running time wondering what Spacey might have brought to the movie.If Scott was replacing stars, he might as well have yanked Wahlberg while he was at it.Still, the extreme measures taken by Scott are fitting.
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