Discussion in 'The Cocktail Lounge' started by gekko41, Aug 23, 2014.
For me, it has to be a tie between Margin Call and Too Big to Fail. What about you?
Even though it barely had much to do with finances and was pretty unrealistic I think that I would have to say Wolf of Wall St. It's kind of a guilty pleasure movie. lol Although I did like Too Big to Fail as well so that's up there.
For me probably it has to be The Wolf Of Wall Street. Its an incredibly long movie but still a thrill to watch.
I never watched The Wolf of Wall Street movie. I heard it did very well in the box office I don't know if that was true. That movie would be a good example for a finance movie.
Wolf of Wall Street was a fun movie, and takes a tangent by being comedic, due to the fact that the majority of finance movies harbour a serious tone. Boiler Room is a good one as well, which is somewhat similar to Wolf of Wall Street.
The orginial "Wall Street" movie.
I have to agree with JR Ewing, the original Wall Street is the best movie I've seen about the stock market.
the Wolf Of Wall Street is also good, but it can't come close to Wall Street mostly because of the fantastic Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen performances. (Yes kids, Charlie Sheen used to be a good and respected actor)
I watched this movie with my girlfriend, we both enjoyed it!
I liked the first Wall street movie.
Wolf of Wall Street .
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