In the not-too-distant future, two drifters traveling through the desert stumble across the biggest gold nugget ever found, and the dream of immense wealth and greed takes hold. They hatch a plan to excavate their bounty with one man leaving to secure the necessary tools. The other man remains and must endure harsh desert elements, ravenous wild dogs and mysterious intruders while battling the sinking suspicion that he has been abandoned to his own fate.

I wish the For me personally, Gold is not worth its ticket price. The long hour and half movie is slow paced, and by the end not worth the pay off. Perhaps a better edit to keep you awake half the time would dramatically impact the film. The ending is great, however to get there you need to take a nap. Zac Efron is frustrating to watch and his character shows almost no development. Don’t worry about missing anything in this film, you can easily go to the bathroom, have dinner and come back in time for something to happen.

You could not pay me to watch this again.