Goldman Sachs honchos are crying in their soup.

The Commuter, the action thriller starring Liam Neeson as a former New York City cop turned insurance salesman named Michael MacCauley, is the talk around water coolers at the investment bank, spies tell the Post.

Neesons character is sucked into a high-stakes mission to locate the identity of a train passenger involved in a criminal conspiracy worth a cool $100,000.

In one scene, MacCauley is rebuffed by a snooty Goldman Sachs broker. MacCauley walks away in disgust, raising his middle finger.

Hey, Goldman Sachs, on behalf of the American middle class: fk you! McCauley exclaims, holding Goldman to account for the financial crisis.

Goldman had no comment on reports that some top brass at the firm are deeply upset at how the white-shoe firm was depicted.