The film is about a fictional bank that, with the help of an American banker, turns the entire financial system around.
It is not a new story.
It has been told before.
But The Bitz is the most expensive movie in history to make.
The movie was originally made as a spoof of a movie called The B-Side (the movie where a banker steals the bank), starring Bill Murray and his character, Dr. Bill, as they attempt to save the world from the Bizarros.
The movie had already been made to parody The Bayside Boys, a 1980s British television show.
After Murray’s character stole the bank, the bank president offered him a job.
Murray was turned down and the movie was shelved.
Then came The Bioscience, which is about an experimental laboratory that turns a banker into a billionaire.
In The Bitzer, an upcoming film, the B-side bankers are working to make a billion dollars.
The B.C. Bankers Union says the Bitz and Bitzer are part of a wider trend in Hollywood of making movies that are more like reality shows than real life.
“This is a Hollywood story, not a B.I.G. story,” said Bill Tewksbury, the union’s director of communications.
“It is a parody of reality.”
The Bitz features a group of banksters trying to save an old-school movie studio in downtown Los Angeles, which has become a tourist attraction.
At the center of the movie is a real life banker, played by Bill Murray, who takes over the bank after his brother loses his job.
Murray is one of the most successful actors in the world.
He is the founder of Murray Productions and he is also a successful producer.
His films include the TV series The Bill Murray Show and the HBO comedy series Community.
His latest film, The Bikers, was filmed in the Bronx and has won multiple awards.
As the film made its way to theaters, a local rabbi and several prominent rabbis issued a statement condemning the film.
“The Bitzer is not satire, but rather an act of political protest against the bank,” the rabbis said in a statement.
“The B.A.B. has been hijacked by an international financial oligarchy whose profits are not based on real wealth, but on financial speculation.
It is an insult to the Jewish community to have the B.J. Penn character portrayed in such a manner.”
According to The BFI, The Bureau is the third-highest-grossing film of all time behind Titanic and the World Trade Center.
And that was before Murray released his own B.O. version of The BBS, which was a spoof film about a New York branch of The Bank.