ANetflix recommendation -- it's a Richard Gere movie called "Arbitrage" -- the description reads: As billionaire Robert Miller struggles to divest his entire empire before his fraud is brought to light, fate takes a nasty turnh. Now desperate and running out of options, Miller turns to an unlikely source for help. Rated R.
I'll spill the beans and say the "nasty turn" is the accidental death, caused by him, of his mistress. Susan Sarandon plays Richard Gere's wife -- of course, he's the billionaire. I have always liked him, really for years, and so at first I was sympathetic to him, but he's not a good guy and I finally was laughing and thinking if you are sick of the rich getting richer, this movie shows at least one rich guy getting his come-uppance. I'd give it three stars, with an additional half star if you are a Richard Gere fan.