Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Rather like being stuck in one long meeting with the almost invariably young, white, middle-class male members of a startup: Their zeal isn't all that infectious unless you're already on the team.
Functions as an entertaining portrait of the unshakable optimism that governs what's been called a financial Wild West.
Whether the crypto-currency in this documentary film is viewed as the inevitable future of e-commerce or a speculative bubble destined to burst, "The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin" makes for an enlightening primer.
A circle-jerk for bitcoin zealots who speak primarily in self-deluded Silicon Valley PR drivel.
As director and co-writer, Mross provides a lucid explanation of the bitcoin system and an authoritative history of its formative years.
The cinematic equivalent of the guy everyone desperately tries to avoid talking to at a party for fear of an uncomfortable rant.
Informative, engaging look at currency's origins and growth.
Ultimately, the film proves that Bitcoin is at the very least more appealing than succumbing to any of its critics' fears.
Thanks to Mross's film, which will prove to be a really valuable historical artifact one day, we'll never need the bitcoin version of The Social Network.
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