Is "Too Big to Fail" Too Light on Blame? "Too Big to Fail," the HBO film based on Andrew Ross Sorkin's book that premiers tonight, has its moments. The docu-drama offers a clear and concise play-by-play of the complex events that brought down Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and AIG. And that's a great public service, since those are not easy events to grasp or remember. But does it get to the point? Beyond nailing down the crisis logistics, what the viewer ultimately wants is some insight on who's to blame. And that's something "Too Big to Fail" does its best to avoid. Read more: http://curiouscapitalist.blogs.time...big-to-fail-too-light-on-blame/#ixzz1NItZlNsq My question is why the hell not? Ever since the spectacular crash, there has never been one indictment, none, zero, nilch! Oh, never mind Maddoff and other Ponzi schemes that the inglorious bastards at the DOJ claim to have brought down. These have NOTHING to do with the Subprime Crisis!