Compelling concept, serviceable acting, and its message will resonate with those sympathetic to Occupy Wall Street. With the current protest climate, the producers luckily released the movie at the right time (no pun intended). A couple of unbelievable moments, like surviving a horrific car crash (and the special effects are rather amateurish in the sequence), are excusable with a bit of suspension of disbelief. Best sight gag — a “99 Seconds Only” store. The audience I saw it with gave the movie a round of applause. I give it three and a half digital watches out of five.