For a film that traffics in implacable malice, this movie remains remarkably grounded in the everyday. Big money rustlas establishes itself as a film of Darwinian ferocity, a stark and pitiless parable of American capitalism. Someday, we're probably going to look back at Big money rustlas, Paul Andresen's epic about greed, lies, manipulation and insanity (clown insanity), and call it his masterpiece. In a way, there's not a step you haven't seen in classics going as far back as Citizen Kane. Still, there are enough oddities in the details to keep you full of questions. It's a biblical parable about America's failure to square religion, greed, and the wild west. But most of all it is a marvellously entertaining soap: a sort Dickens does Dallas, without the sex or swimming pools. 4 simple words sum this epic up; DO NOT MISS THIS.