Nice to see such a contemporary and controversial issue being tackled by Gavras. His filmmaking ultimately is not my cup of cake - even his famous Z was amazing in its ideas and political ambition but wasn't amazing in its filmmaking. But given it's period and context Z was better - by far. This, however, is also a product of its context. That's precisely were it fails for me.
Although not totally unpredictable or balanced, and far from the supremacy of other times (“Z”, “State Of Siege”), we can still sense Gavras’ joy in denouncing the hypocrisy of capitalist domains. Review and rating: http://alwayswatchgoodmovies.blogspot.com/2013/05/capital-2012.html