What are your favorite movies relating to finance? I just watched margin call and it was pretty great, highly recommend
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same here, some good points are made imo, but I wouldn't take it as a realistic movie.
Boiler Room, Wolf of Wall Street (though you should read the book first, Michael Lewis is great), Glengarry Glenn Ross, It's A Wonderful Life but rooting for Potter.
I wouldn't take it as a realistic movie.
oh definitely not when it comes to specifics
but the vibe felt fairly realistic
Glengarry Glenn Ross
this looks good
The Big Short
Too Big to Fail and Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room.
Glenngarry Glenn Ross has and always will be the true salesman movie. ITS ALL ABOUT YOUR FUCKIN LEADS.
the world of networking, and where personal friendships and favours are simply there to facilitate professional relationships. It's like standardized Machiavellianism
How to justify anything 101:
Barbarians at the Gate is pretty entertaining
Haven't understood why everyone is shilling Glengarry Glen Ross. Watched about 50% of it then scrolled the rest. It's more like Death of a Salesman desu.
ywn hustle overpriced bibles to poor Irish families in 1950's America.
yeah this scene was fantastic
Paul Bettany does such a good job with the delivery
Lord of War is slightly biz related, I think it's a good film.
"Fuck normal people"
I fucking loved that quote, still don't know why. Just fuck them.
I like waffle street, it's on Netflix, very biz
hard candy fits Veeky Forums pretty much
Will never ever google those two words.
I think it's a movie before Ellen Page got ugly.