The president of a major tobacco company decides to buy the company himself, but a bidding war ensues as other companies make their own offers.
Superficial and simplistic take on the book by John Helyar and Bryan Burrough concerning the RJR Nabisco buyout by KKR in '88. The film can't seem to decide if it's a satire and mostly falls as flat as its mostly unenthused cast. Pedestrian at best.
How to ruin a great book? Turn it into a shitty movie with nobody actors and no atmosphere or nothing