Heading into this holiday week we don't have much on the docket. Rather it's just one little kidnapping movie to whet our big screen whistle - coming to us from one of the most notable directors around. Let's take a look at All the Money in the World. It's gonna be a Rotten Week!

Just remember, I'm not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they'll end up on the Tomatometer. Let's take a look at This Rotten Week has to offer.

Rotten Watch Prediction

Having never been kidnapped or forced to pay the ransom, it's tough to know how anyone would react if put in the situation presented in All The Money In The World. That being said, if I was sitting on a gazillion dollars I think I'd be willing to pony up a few sheckles if one of my loved ones was snatched. It would seem only right. But that's not the case in this movie, which tells the story of J. Paul Getty's grandson being taken and the fight (on all sides) to get him back when the big guy doesn't want to pay.

Director Ridley Scott has had his share of critical wins in the short term with films like Alien: Covenant (68%) and The Martian (92%) crushing the Tomatometer scores. But he's also thrown out pieces of crap like Exodus: Gods and Kings (29%) and The Counselor (35%), so it's tough to know where this one stands with critics. I suspect this one falls right down the middle. The story looks compelling but I suspect they go a little over the top with the intrigue and head fakes in this drama.

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