The Founder

2016

Action / Biography / Drama / History

181
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 81%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 82485

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Linda Cardellini as Joan Smith
Nick Offerman as Dick McDonald
Patrick Wilson as Rollie Smith
Michael Keaton as Ray Kroc
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mavili-16998 7 / 10

You do not envy the rich man.

The film tells a story of success. But it's not an ordinary story. You do not envy the rich man. You are even disgusting with that man. It reminds me of my social network film.

Reviewed by balazsjason 8 / 10

Interesting case study in protecting one's assets

This is an inspiring tidbit of insight into the beginnings of McDonald's and the making of millionaires. I understand that the "founder" is portrayed poorly, but he gave ultimate capability to a growing brand, its franchises, and made its original founders each millionaires even though they took active measures to attempt to restrict the company's growth. They don't deserve any sympathy for being an impediment, especially so after becoming wealthy men.

I'm happy for them, but this piece seems to set a tone where I'm supposed to feel bad for them. They took rewards even after taking said steps to impede the construction of what would yield said reward.

It gives us a taste of business which I believe may be able to give today's youth or those who aren't savvy in business (yet) an idea of what a semi-hostile takeover can look like.

Reviewed by beorhhouse 1 / 10

The Flounder

No. We didn't need a film about the world's worst fast food restaurant. Or its alleged founder. Keaton rips a hole in his britches with this one, folks. He's far better as Beetlejuice and as the tragic hero of My Life. Ever researched just what goes into those chicken nuggets? The hamburgers? It's pretty far from being actual food. Maybe it was better in 1954, but money makes the world go round, so if you can buy truckloads of spoiled beef when none of the other chains will touch it, why not, right? Skip this one, and the actual restaurant too--if you care about your health.

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