The longer you live on earth, the more humanity disappoints you.
Just when you think people couldn’t get any more corrupt or despicable, someone
somewhere, most often in a high-powered position, finds a way of proving
correct the phrase that power corrupts and you are left feeling sick in your
mouth at where we are headed as a species. Thankfully there are escapist things like
movies to take our minds off of these horrible events. Or, in the case of
Steven Soderbergh’s The Laundromat, remind us once again why we hate things so
The Laundromat uncovers the story of the Panama Paper incident, which uncovered a number of shady financial activities worldwide, such as money laundering and offshore accounts that showcased just how much rich people were prepared to do to keep their money. And