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Wall Street (1987)
IMDB rate: 7.4
Do you already know how much money you want to make by trading? And how much do you really need? Most traders are trying to make as much as they can, losing the goal and control over themselves, while the whirl of the big trade is dragging them into its eternal race for wealth. Traders become more like gamblers, and once they earn, it's never enough.
Wall Street is an inarguable classic, telling a story of a corporate tycoon, played by Michael Douglas and a young stockbroker, played by Charlie Sheen. The young man is taken under the businessman's wing for a promise of insider trading. The greedy tycoon is a generalized character of all business sharks with no principles. Watch the story to learn how greed may influence people's lives - the film's motto is 'Greed is good'.
An interesting fact, the father of producer Oliver Stone was a stockbroker within the Great Depression, so the movie is kind of a tribute to him.
The film turned out to be so inspiring, that made many young people start work on Wall Street. Charlie Sheen and Michael Douglas commented over many years that people still approach them on the street to say they became stockbrokers after their characters in the film.
American Psycho (2000)
IMDB rate: 7.6
Until it became one of the greatest movies about finance, it was a novel by Bret Easton Ellis. This best-seller passed from one publisher to another like a hot potato. When it became a film project, it went through screenplays, directors and stars for years until it finally reached Oliver Stone. Initially, the main character was planned for Leonardo DiCaprio, but Christian Bale turned out to be a perfect match.
The story is told in the first person by Patrick Bateman, a businessman and a serial killer. Set in Manhattan during the Wall Street boom of the late 1980s, American Psycho shows the life of the rich young banker - Patrick, who is about 25 when the story begins. The film narrates his everyday activities, from his recreational life among the Wall Street elite of New York to his forays into murder by night.
The cast is impressive as well: here is Willem Dafoe as a detective, Reese Witherspoon as a fiance and the workmate by Jared Leto.
The story tells, that most men are not chain-saw killers, but they can act that way while doing business. The movie has it all - a terrifying murder, an unrequited love, lots of suspense and of course, a greedy psycho. A sick yet sophisticated drama in a finance world setting.
Trading Places (1983)
IMDB rate: 7.5
The script of the film is often called a modern take on Mark Twain's famous classic novel, 'The Prince and the Pauper'.
Remaining in the top of the films about finance for many years, it tells the story of an upper-class commodities broker and a homeless street hustler whose lives cross when they are unknowingly made part of an elaborate bet.
'Trading Places' reminds us of 'Tootsie' and some of the classic comedies: although the movie is funny, it has something to tell about human nature. If you ever wondered to be in another person's shoes, to become a magnate or successful stockbroker at least for one day, this film is for you. Here are the adventure, comedy, life-philosophy and man-made financial chaos in a settled world of people who think they rule it all. A hilarious comedy with a pinch of drama.