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|Director||James D. Scurlock|
|Starring||Beth Naef, Mike Hudson|
|Supporting actors||Louis C.K., Catherine Brown, John Brown, Robin Leach, Luke McCabe, Dave Ramsey, Chris Barrett, Elizabeth Warren, Brandie Broersma, Will Broersma, Bud Hibbs, Janne O'Donnell, Mark Mumma, Trisha A. Johnson, Jon Ballew, Kathy Ballew, David Szwak, Jerry Jarzombek|
|MPAA rating||NR (Not Rated)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Rental rights||48 hour viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Some woman's college-aged son signs up for a bunch of credit cards, can't pay the bills, and commits suicide.
People collect way too many expensive silly material things like plates instead of something constructive in life & willing to go into bankruptcy to do it.
Once again, this is a must-see film, one that I promise will change your life, and the lives around you, no matter what your financial situation.
I teach personal finance at the high school level. Wanted to watch and see if I could incorporate into the curriculum. Definitely would work in my class.Published 2 months ago by Terri McKenzie
Couldn't get into the helpful part. History of credit was ok but the whole thing was not what I neededPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Used the film to help my high school seniors understand the predatory practices of credit card companies. Will share with others and use again.Published 3 months ago by Loretta Gonzales
Although MAXED OUT is not perfect, it points to very important truths. Today more than ever, "consumers" of financial "products" need to know how "Lenders"... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeff White
Kind of dragged out and I was showing it to a teenage class about credit. Need some more excitement to hold the attention.Published 5 months ago by margieb
Before I write anything, I want to be clear that I agree with those who believe people have a responsibility to manage their own finances. Period. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Clay
It describes what happened to me and many other people at the time of the economic meltdown. Why I consider it a good moviePublished 7 months ago by Adrianne Gladden
very illuminating, tries to be as unbiased as possible, not boring to watch (which is difficult, considering the subject) and honest.Published 7 months ago by forty something
great documentary on the credit card industry. watch this if you own a credit card or have a bank account.Published 10 months ago by Margo Brooks