I saw the movie last night. Excellent. I recommend it. In particular I liked how the movie was not pure entertainment -though it was entertaining- it was funnier than I was expecting. I liked how there was an element of documentary to the movie but that some of the more technical aspects were delivered via tongue and cheek humor. My favorite example of this was Anthony Bourdain describing the process banks used to re-shuffle and re-use low quality mortgage bonds in CDOs so that the end product could be sold as something new and high quality instead of old and crappy.
The movie will entertain and -more importantly- educate. Banks, ratings agencies, and the investment industry end up looking bad. So be it. The portrayal is accurate if uncharitable. Last I checked none of those groups need charity.