There is a problem, however. We do not collect any other type of personal data. In Debt We Trust 2007 — Documentary, Rated R Directed by: Danny Schechter Similar to I. The program attracted a cunning and ruthless financial business man who wanted to shut down all of the smaller financial firms that provide loans. But then he decides to step back and question it all and proposes his new thoughts to the rest of the company, which ultimately ends in him losing it all.
The movie makes Nick somewhat less foolish than his enemies, chief among whom is a liberal Vermont senator William H. Directed by Austin Chick, this American drama film stars , and. Two for the Money 2005 A college football star suffers a career ending injury but he opts to keep working in the industry handicapping football games. . Hyenas tells the story of Linguere Ramatou Ami Diakhate , an ageing, wealthy and magisterial woman who descends upon her home village. The Hustler 1961 The Hustler recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. When he voices these doubts, he ends up losing his job and all of his clients, save Rod Tidwell, an egomaniacal football player.
It shows Dave-as-President-Mitchell at a cabinet meeting using pencil, paper and simple arithmetic to balance the budget without undue harm to social programs. Martin Rosete gives up everything we need to know, then let's us decide for ourselves who's right by turning each character on their head. From Rocky to Scarface, we've got you covered! Since the global financial crisis of 2008, a host of fiction films , , and documentaries , have offered informative and mostly moralistic takes on finance. When one sector of the economy fails, all others suffer as well, so that when the stock market nearly collapsed many regular people faced poverty and social problems. Budgets Are Sexy and Mrs. Towards the end of his life, he meets a younger man who is broke and has no luck at all.
At least, that's how it is in the movies. Notable film critic Roger Ebert wrote that although the film did have its downsides, its stars were convincing and the film was well-crafted. Glengarry Glen Ross 1992 — Drama, Rated R Starring: Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Ed Harris, Kevin Spacey, Alec Baldwin Worth watching just for the infamous Alec Baldwin monologue, was penned by David Mamet and is filled with rich, intelligent dialog. Based on the book Moneyball: The Art of Winning and Unfair Game, this film explains how an increased focus on number crunching led to a more mathematical and economical approach to sports recruiting. The Corporation This film takes a good, long look at what happens when you take a business and you model it to be legally a person — a corporation. Then one day he sees a guy driving a sports car and asks how he did it.
Killing them softly is about an amateur crook who is hired by the latter-type of poker player to rob an illegitimate game being hosted by Mafia bosses. His knowledge of the game and skill for choosing winners earns him the attention of one of sports-betting's most prolific consultants who takes him under his wing. Rent on , , , , Being There 1979 The aftershocks of both Vietnam and Watergate left Americans so jaded and cynical towards politics they could totally buy into a movie where a nondescript illiterate whose tiny mind takes all its cues from the television screen could achieve greater political influence than the president of the United States. Owning Mahowny 2003 What would you do if you had access to a multi-million dollar account and a love for high-stakes gambling? Smith Goes to Washington updated for the post-Vietnam era with a cooler and perhaps more cautious attitude towards the power of personality. Cruise is Vincent Lauria, a hot-shot pool player without a clue. So Hollywood often adds a strong criminal element to their boardroom dramas. This 2010 film was rated a 6.
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels 1998 This is an instant classic from one of Britain's favorite directors, Guy Ritchie. The plot thickens faster than the soup as the night draws to a climactic end. Working Girl shows that honesty pays in the end. Here are the movies that made the most money this year, based on their total profits as of December 3. Ocean's Eleven 2001 The best movies always get remakes and this one has a star-studded cast.
A classic comedy, with great acting and a great story. A recession affects the economy at a micro and macro scale. Steve Buscemi stars as gambling addict who moves away from Las Vegas but when he finds himself falling into old patterns he realizes that he can't keep running from his problems. The following 21 films made the most money this year. For the latest bet, Randolph believes they can take a common criminal and make him a successful businessman in the company. But none of these can compare to Grey Gardens, by Albert and David Maysles, which chronicles the decline of Big Edie and Little Edie, the aunt and cousin of Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, in a in East Hampton, New York.
The Game There are no rules in The Game. With his friends in the firing line, they all hatch a plan. Such guys should do themselves a favor and stay away from the gambling tables but casinos found a use for them. Ripley both exploit this strategy, but the biggest hit in this genre is , which has two handsome and rascally grifters Paul Newman and Robert Redford, at their box office peaks taking on Doyle Lonnegan Robert Shaw in a movie that, like The Godfather, makes criminal behavior look like good old, true-blue American gumption. The Other Guys doesn't seem like it would be a movie about money, or anything other than a stupid Will Ferrell comedy, but it's actually quite good. Their booming business soon attracts the attention of local authorities as well as rival bookies in the same territory. Of course hilarity ensues as you get to watch how the minds of con men work as they compete against each other to reach the goal first.