Just in case you haven’t gotten enough obvious cinematic critiques of wealth inequality—see Parasite—Michael Winterbottom (24 Hour Party People, The Trip) is here with yet another one. Not to be confused with Erich von Stroheim’s silent masterpiece of the same name, Winterbottom’s limp satire follows a billionaire fast-fashion mogul (Steve Coogan) as he, his entitled family, and his beleaguered staff prepare for his lavish, gladiator-themed 60th birthday party. Accompanying him in all this is a writer (David Mitchell) who’s been hired to pen a biography of the tycoon and who thus serves as an audience identification figure. The film’s criticisms of the fast-fashion industry are valid, and its emphasis on the experiences of workers and refugees is commendable. But while it has a good cast and is occasionally humorous, it’s also clunky, confusing, and ultimately unnecessary. With Isla Fisher, Asa Butterfield, and Shirley Henderson.