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The Founder (2016) Filme completo com legendas em Portugues

Release : 2016-11-24 Runtime : 115 min. Genre : Drama, History Production : Weinstein Company, The, FilmNation Entertainment, The Combine, Pinema Cast : Michael Keaton, Laura Dern, Wilbur Fitzgerald, Linda Cardellini, Nick Offerman, John Carroll Lynch, Patrick Wilson, B. J. Novak, Kabby Borders, Valeri Rogers Crew : Robert Frazen, John Lee Hancock, Robert D. Siegel, Sam Englebardt, Don Handfield, William D. Johnson, Jeremy Renner, John Schwartzman Vote Average: 6.9 Count: 37 Overview : The true story of how Ray Kroc, a salesman from Illinois, met Mac and Dick McDonald, who were running a burger operation in 1950s Southern California. Kroc was impressed by the brothers’ speedy system of making the food and saw franchise potential. He maneuvered himself into a position to be able to pull the company from the brothers and create a billion-dollar empire. Keyword : biography, history, fast food, mcdonald's restaurant

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"Business is war." Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) The ironic title, which could mimic the bravado of our new president, effectively sets the spirit of this docudrama about the force behind the McDonald's empire, Ray Kroc, played by Michael Keaton. Keaton will make you forget his narcissistic Birdman or long for that nutcase, benign by comparison.

Besides being informative about the development of the hamburger kingdom from the early '50's, the film gives a full measure to the charismatic developer, whose charisma I matched by his ambition.

That passion to succeed, coupled with an uncanny insight into the needs of our fellow Americans, leads Kroc eventually to supersede the founders (John Carroll Lynch and Nick Offerman), who are depicted mainly as kind-hearted rubes with no idea of the gold hidden in the hum drum of daily eating.

When the McDonalds would rather not expand nationally, Kroc is there it goad them on: "You and your endless parade of nos, cowering in the face of progress." He teaches them the "burger ballet" while he whirls them off stage left.

Sealing the eventual deal with only a handshake, the McDonald boys enter the world of commercialism and chicanery, only to lose out on untold millions as they are finessed by Kroc. Heck, who cares? Cause the star of this sanitized doc is Kroc, a perpetual motion entrepreneur who could show our new president a thing or two about the art of a deal.

Watching dynamos like Kroc and Trump confirms that while the little people like the McDonald boys will always be left behind, the kings are still eminently watchable. Michael Keaton certainly is.

"Nothing in the world is more common than unsuccessful men with talent," Ray and Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.
Greetings again from the darkness. How you define success will likely determine your interpretation of this film that is every bit as much about the humble beginnings and explosive growth of McDonalds as it is a biopic of Ray Kroc, the self-professed "founder" of the golden arches empire. Capitalism and its corresponding businessmen have not typically been favorably portrayed by Hollywood in such films as The Social Network, Wall Street, Glengarry Glen Ross, Steve Jobs and The Wolf of Wall Street. This latest from director John Lee Hancock (Saving Mr. Banks, The Blind Side) and writer Robert Siegel (The Wrestler) is no exception, and it's obvious why.

It's 1954 when we first catch up with Ray Kroc (as played by Michael Keaton). He's the type of travelling salesman who totes around his latest widget (a multiple milkshake machine), rehearses and polishes his spiel (via extreme close-up), and listens to motivational record albums that preach the importance of persistence, while he stays at roadside motels that act as his home away from home. Kroc doggedly pursues the American dream, and optimistically bounces from one project to another … convinced that he's found "the next big thing".

When circumstance leads him to a crowded little octagonal burger shop in San Bernardino, Kroc becomes fascinated with its simplicity and success. Over dinner, Dick (Nick Offerman) and Mac (John Carroll Lynch) McDonald detail the Spee-Dee kitchen design and unique focus on quality, consistency and speed that today is considered the starting line of the fast-food industry. The tennis court sequence is especially creative and fun to watch. While the brothers prefer to keep the business small and remain in control, Kroc pitches his vision of franchising … a pitch with emphasis on "Crosses. Flags. Arches".

The full story is likely one most people don't know … despite the fact that McDonalds now feeds 1% of the world population each day (a statistic posted on screen). The relationship between Kroc and the McDonald brothers was never a smooth one, and it's a perfect example of dog-eat-dog, or unprincipled vs idealistic. Kroc sees himself as a "winner", while it's likely most will view his actions as unscrupulous, even if legal.

Keaton's performance accurately captures a man who is impatiently ambitious, and whose confidence and ego grow incrementally as it becomes inevitable that the decency of the brothers is actually a weakness in business. Offerman and Lynch are both excellent, and other support work is provided by Laura Dern as Kroc's first and mostly neglected wife who is tossed aside when something better comes along; BJ Novak as Harry J Sonneborn, the key to Kroc's power move; Justin Randell Brooks as Fred Turner and Kate Kneeland as June Martino, two trusted employees; and Patrick Wilson as a key franchisee. Linda Cardellini (Mad Men, Bloodline) plays Joan, Ray's wife (she was actually his third) and business adviser from 1969 until his death in 1984. The film shortchanges her importance – at least until the closing credit recap.

Bookending that opening extreme close-up sales pitch, is a near-conclusion zoom on Keaton's face as he prepares for an event where he will tell his story … at least his version of the story. The film does a really nice job of capturing the era. Of particular interest is that the cars don't look like they rolled right out of a classic car show, as happens with most movies. It's nice to see some faded paint and a dented fender on screen. The early McDonalds locations are beautifully and realistically replicated to provide a nostalgic look for some, and a first glimpse for others. Carter Burwell's score is complementary to the proceedings, and director Hancock deserves credit for not just making this the Michael Keaton/Ray Kroc show. Rather than serving up a Happy Meal movie, the film instead provides a somewhat toned-down historical view of ambition and drive, and the birth of an empire … one that changed our culture.
Based on the true story of Ray Kroc, a traveling salesman who franchised the first family-owned McDonald's restaurant and turned it into the international conglomerate that it is today, 'The Founder' tells a fascinating slice of twentieth century history. The title is well chosen, hinting at the dynamic at the heart of the film with Kroc declaring himself the "founder" of McDonald's when in fact the idea of fast and efficient food service was never his to begin with - something that becomes a point of contention with the original owners. Michael Keaton is excellent in the lead role, exuding both charm and charisma while also always coming off as if he has something up his sleeve. There are several great shots throughout that linger on his face in close-up as he delivers persuasive sales pitches and there is a magnificent sequence late in the piece where several of his sermons in different locations are edited together to overlap as one big speech. Keaton also does well coming off as both victim and aggressor at varying points. At times, he comes across as an all-too-sympathetic underdog whose dreams are hindered by the McDonalds brothers' unwillingness to compromise in the name of progress. At other points, he seems insanely ruthless with how he circumvents everything in his way. Telling a similar slice of contemporary history, 'The Founder' is bound to be compared to 'The Social Network', to which it does not stack up as well, but it deserves to be considered as a film on its own. The storytelling approach here is more comedic than in the Facebook film and while 'The Founder' may have benefited from even more comedy to lighten the mood, it is an amusing film as it is - and a thought-provoking film when considers its basis in actual fact.
an interesting movie that shows us the trials and tribulations of the man that founded the nationwide franchising of mcdonald's, a burger joint in san Bernardino. It is interesting watching Keaton shine as ray kroc who went from down on his luck milkshake mixing machine salesman, to the individual that franchised and began the mcdonald's chain. His contentious relationship with the brothers McDonald shows the interesting relationship between the people who thought of the total concept of mcdonald's and the person who took that concept and turned it into a household name. In the end, Ray Kroc wins and the brothers are put out of businesses with the store that they created with a buyout of 1.35 million dollars and a handshake agreement for 1% of sales. The handshake agreement is never paid and the men lose out on what would have been 100 million in royalties per year. Who do you credit, the men who thought and started the first restaurant, or the man that franchised the model and began leasing property to franchisees to make big profits?? Whoever you credit, it is an interesting tale of failure and success that make this a somewhat enjoyable film.
Micheal Keaton is on a role since his career changing stint in Birdman. It's a worthy role for some sort of award season buzz (But I doubt that will happen since it was released in January)

I only knew Micky D's as Satan's bar and grill, but at one point it was a wholesome Mom and Pop store (Or more accurate, Mom and Pop's two sons, the McDonald brothers, Rick and Mack). Until Ray Kroc came along and envisioned the American staple that the restaurant would become.

As the Founder played by Micheal Keaton the movie mostly focus on Kroc's stake in it and how he successfully franchised it (Although the movie has this cool scene in which The McDonald brothers tell the story of how they came to start the 1st Fast Food chain through an amazing flashback).

Micheal Keaton gets to play a role similar to characters such as Tony Soprano and Walter White, he starts out a struggling Milk shake machine salesmen whose ambition makes him hustle for more out of life. Then he meets the McDonald Brothers and struggles to franchise their invention, The Fast Food restaurant. You start to like him cause he's the underdog trying to keep the quality of the restaurant while extending the quantity of what is his franchise, and Keaton's performance makes you forget that this is the man who basically turn McDonald's into a massively powerful conglomerate and ambitious guys can't do that being nice as the movie proves.

Just like with the Sopranos and Breaking Bad The Founder humanizes Ray Kroc, using Keaton's performance. He's a good guy, but when it comes to business he will not stop until his vision is met, and that's what makes this movie so good.

Plus, it was interesting seeing the birth of McDonald's. Don't get me wrong, I act like I never had a Big Mac before (Which is never mentioned in the film so I guess it did not exist before 1970), but the story displays how someone could have a beautiful baby and then that innocent child would grow up to be Trump.

Below the gut Jab, I know but the movie does a good job of examining the difference between those who have talent and those who have real focus and only the truly determine can make a name out of the golden arches, and that is The Founder. Check it out.


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