The Accountant YIFY
I vaguely remember seeing this in theaters and even then I loved it! This is an awesome Nicolas Cage flick among many of his beloved films. Even has one of my favorite actors Pruitt Taylor Vince in it along with the gorgeous Amber Heard, David Morse, and darkly brilliant William Fichter as the accountant. Patrick Lussier directed a cinematic experience with beautiful cinematography while being morbidly edgy; totally bonkers in the most fun mindless way!
The Accountant YIFY
Toy store manager and one-time piano prodigy--unhappy with the direction of her life and seemingly blocked artistically--is willed ownership of the store by her boss, the magically feckless Mr. Magorium, who knows the exact day and time he will pass on to another world. Writer-director Zach Helm has obviously seen a lot of movies and knows many card tricks, but he doesn't write characters--only occupations. There's the store owner (Dustin Hoffman, channeling Ed Wynn from "Babes in Toyland"), his beautiful-yet-unmarried assistant (Natalie Portman, all doe-eyed smiles and half-laughs), the humorless accountant who learns to loosen up (Jason Bateman, pulling a Jason Bateman), and the wizened youngster (Zach Mills) who helps out in the store and knows all its incredible secrets. Turns out the Emporium really is magical, with dolls that come to life and rooms that change completely with the turn of a knob. How far did Helm want to take this scenario before it became utterly nonsense? The filmmaker is so concentrated on the visual accouterments (and bowling his audience over with sparkly eye-candy) that he fails to develop the story. The movie opens on a sleepy bookmaker who lives down in the basement, but we rarely see him again. As for Hoffman, he doesn't really get into the personage of the happy-go-lucky toy specialist; worse, the irresponsible nature of Mr. Magorium--whose business office is awash with unpaid bills--lingers over the upbeat finale like a dark shadow. There are good moments, particularly in the budding friendship between Bateman and Mills, but if Helm was hoping for a romantic subplot between the man and the woman, it got lost somewhere in the shuffle. In fact, "Magorium" is all shuffle and show, and its heart is hard to find. ** from ****
Christian Wolff is a math savant with more affinity for numbers than people. Behind the cover of a small-town CPA office, he works as a freelance accountant for some of the world's most dangerous criminal organizations. With the Treasury Department's Crime Enforcement Division, run by Ray King, starting to close in, Christian takes on a legitimate client: a state-of-the-art robotics company where an accounting clerk has discovered a discrepancy involving millions of dollars. But as Christian uncooks the books and gets closer to the truth, it is the body count that starts to rise.
The Treasurer receives and supervises the safekeeping and expenditure of the funds and investments of the Organization; prepares and distributes budget reports at appropriate meetings of the Board of Directors or Members; supervises the procedures of receipt, collection, recording, and safekeeping of all funds as well as the procedures for disbursements in the books of the Organization; and deposits all monies and other valuable effects in the name of the Organization in such depositories selected by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall make the financial books and records of the Organization available for examination and audit by independent accountants. 041b061a72