TOP 30 TRADING MOVIES WHICH YOU NEED TO WATCH!
In our today’s article, we shall be reviewing top trading movies and we shall carefully pick thirty (30) out of the hundreds of available trading movies for the purpose of our review. The review shall however not be in the order of ranking as we have found all these trading movies worthy of our review:
1. TRADING PLACES
The movie ‘Trading Places’ is one of the best trading movies that exist. It was released in the year 1983. It belongs to the genre – Comedy and was directed by John Landis. In its cast are Dan Aykroyd, Eddie Murphy, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ralph Bellamy, Don Ameche, Denholm Elliot and Paul Gleason and has a run time of one and a half hours.In Philadelphia, in the early years of the 1980s Louis Winthorpe III, who is a successful wealthy businessman and works for Duke & Duke, the most powerful firm on the commodities exchange and Billy Ray Valentine, who is a poor homeless man are the subjects of a bet by successful brokers Mortimer Duke and Randolph Duke.
An employee of the Dukes, Winthorpe is framed by the brothers for a crime he did not commit, with the siblings then installing the street-smart Billy Ray Valentine in his position. When Winthorpe and Valentine uncover the scheme, they set out to turn the tables on the Dukes. Randolph Duke , one of the two Duke and Duke tycoons, thinks of the thought for an insane wager with his sibling Mortimer Duke including exchanging the lives of a poor man, carrying on with an existence of wrongdoing, and a rich man getting a charge out of the products of the world.As controlled by the Duke siblings, Valentine is presently living in the lap of extravagance as the substitution of where Winthorpe used to be, as Winthorpe is subjected to the unforgiving existence of a destitute poor man on the mean roads of Philadelphia.
2. MARGIN CALL
This trading movie titled ‘Margin Call’ has a runtime of one hour and forty seven minutes. In its cast are prominent actors like Kevin Spacey, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Irons, Zachary Quinto, Penn Badgley, Simon Baker, Demi Moore, Stanley Tucci and directed by J C Chandor.Margin Call is an eight honors winner in addition to one Oscar nomination. This film gives us bits of knowledge into how delicate our money related framework is and how close we can come to absolute destruction amid the stun influxes of dread in the market. It was recorded in a 24 hour time window of confusion amid the 2008 financial crisis; this is a genuine thrill ride that no one would want to miss.J.C. Chandor, director of the new financial crisis film called Margin Call, was first inspired to make the movie because of an event that happened in 2006 before the financial meltdown. At that time, a very senior investment banker, who Chandor referred to as a godfather, stepped in and warned them to take offers on the building. They listened and sold the building. A year and a half later, the financial world literally comes to an end.
3. INSIDE JOB (2011)
‘Inside Job’ is a 2010 American documentary film, directed and produced by Charles Ferguson about the late-2000s financial crisis which caused millions of job and home losses and plunged the United States into a deep economic recession. Its runtime is 120 minutes and falls under the genre – documentary/crime. This epic trading movie was narrated by Matt Damon. It won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, another eight award and 26 other nominations. This one of the best movie ever made about Wall Street from my own judgment, as it is the best movie on financial crisis that ever existed.Director Charles Ferguson conducts a wide range of interviews and traces the story from the United States to China to Iceland to several other global financial hot spots.
4. THE BANK JOB (2008)
This trading movie 'The Bank Job' falls into the class - Action, Drama, Suspense. It has Roger Donaldson as its director. It also received some nominations: Satellite Award for Best DVD Extra, Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay. It has in its screenplay Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. It is a heist movie with several deceits, some confusion, and the heist not really taking up most of the running time. In some ways, that is invigorating, however in others, it is disillusioning.The primary draw of a heist film is, all things considered, the heist itself. They were tipped off to the helplessness of the bank by one Martine Love, who reveals to them that her boyfriend said that for seven days, the bank vault would not have any alarms. They can burrow a passage from an empty building near it, fly up appropriate inside, and afterward remove whatever they can get from the security store boxes. Since the film is more concerned with one party attempting to outwit the others in a game of cat and mouse, suffice to say that the bank robbery is successful mostly.
5. THE WOLF OF WALL STREET’ (2013)
This is yet another fascinating trading movie. ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ is a 2013 American true to life dark comic drama crime movie coordinated by Martin Scorsese and composed by Terence Winter, based on the 2007 diary of a similar name by Jordan Belfort.The movie got for the most part positive reviews from commentators, with praise for Scorseses direction, the comedic execution of Di Caprio and the quick paced and reliable cleverness.The movie was named for a few honors including five selections at the 86th Academy Awards service: Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, and in addition Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor assignments for Di Caprio and Hill, separately.The film did not win in any class, in spite of the fact that Di Caprio won Best Actor Musical or Comedy at the 71st Golden Globe Awards, where the film was likewise designated for Best Picture Musical or Comedy.
6. CASINO JACK AND THE UNITED STATES OF MONEY
‘Casino Jack and the United States of Money’ is another trading movie or documentary which is rated ‘R’, starring Jack Abramoff, Tom Delay, Ralph Reed, Stanley Tucci and Paul Rudd and directed by Alex Gibney. It has a runtime of about two hours. This narrative tracks the high life and possible destruction of rich lobbyist and businessman Jack Abramoff, who was sentenced for conspiracy and fraud, among different charges, in a debasement outrage during George W. Bush regime.
7. ENRON: THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM (2005)
This trading movie falls into the class of Crime and has a runtime of one hour and fifty minutes. Riding high on their prosperity, Enron was once one of the greatest organizations on the planet. Shockingly, once word spread how they were controlling the books, it was over for Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling as Enron had gone from a colossal endeavor to being compelled to document insolvency. It researches the fall of the Enron Corporation, apparently the most dazzling instance of ebb and flow corporate defilement. The organization is associated with a couple of unlawful plans, including influencing the California energy crisis as a way to drive up utility expenses to the drawback of the normal American. In a hyper-centered condition, Enron traders fall back on a wide range of shrewd dealings with a particular ultimate objective to benefit at any cost and keep their lucrative employments.
8. CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY
This is another must watch trading movie that belongs to the class – Crime. It is appraised 'R', that is confined to specific age breaking limit of at the very least 18 years of age. It has a runtime of two hours and seven minutes. Conspicuously included in this trading movie are performing artists like: Michael Moore who served as author and executive of the film and Wallace Shawn. This timely trading movie looks at the victories and disappointments of the American capitalist system, where the richest one per cent has more than the bottom 95 per cent combined; a system that claims to reward free enterprise but in fact rewards greed. Michael Moore dissects America’s capitalist economic system from a society that worked for the common good.
9. WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS (2010)
‘Wall Street Money Never Sleeps’ is a 2010 release to the trading movie series. It has amongst its characters Stanley Weiser; Oliver Stone. It won 1 Award plus 1 Golden Globe nomination. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is rated PG-13 for languageWall Street Money Street: Money Never Sleeps starts as Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) is at long last discharged from jail for insider trading. Amid his opportunity far from the outside world, Gordon’s daughter, Winnie (Carey Mulligan), has severed all ties to her illustrious father and attempted to live her life free from his shadow. By her side is her fiancé, Jake (Shia LaBeouf), himself a Wall Street trader, who believes that perhaps the best thing for Winnie is to reconnect with her father. With so much time lost, Gordon sets his mind to bonding with his daughter, but also reclaiming the vast financial empire that was once his to rule, regardless of the cost.
‘Arbitrage’ trading movie belongs to the genre – Drama and Suspense and has as its director Nicholas Jarecki. The casts comprise of Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, and Tim Roth. The run time of this exciting trading movie is 1 hour 47 minutes. Rated ‘R’ for language, violent images and drug use.On the eve of his 60th birthday, hedge fund mogul Robert Miller (Richard Gere) tries desperately to conceal accounting irregularities from his company’s buyers, an accidental death from the cops (Tim Roth) and an infidelity from his wife (Susan Sarandon). It’s a classy affair (the film, not the infidelity), and an auspicious debut from writer-director Nicholas Jarecki. It is also a testament to Gere’s finely-tuned performance that Miller remains sympathetic throughout the unfolding drama, despite the many mistakes he has made and the casual cruelties his God-given sense of entitlement leads him to inflict on the people around him, including those he loves.This is a gleaming movie about a man with his back to the wall, facing disgrace on several fronts and the possibility of exchanging his Armani suit for prison garb. Like the much less good Broken City, it's a cynical tale about the sweet smell of corruption in the city that never sleeps.
11. GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS
This 1992 trading movie which is categorized under Drama/Fiction and adapted from a 1982 play with same title - Glengarry Glen Ross. It runs for 1 hour 40 minutes. David Mamet told the story while James Foley directed it. Won 5 Awards plus 1 Oscar NominationAn office full of New York City real estate salesmen is given the news that all but the top two will be fired at the end of the week, the atmosphere begins to heat up.When his coworker Dave Moss comes up with a plan to steal the leads, things get complicated for the tough-talking salesmen.The movie takes after sales people Shelley Levene, Ricky Roma, Dave Moss, and George Aaronow of a New York real estate office.The play and film are named after the two land advancements that the business people are offering, Glengarry Highlands and Glen Ross Farms.
12. BOILER ROOM
‘Boiler Room’ is yet another trading movie that was released in the year 2000. Starring Giovanni Ribisi, Vin Diesel, Nia Long. It has a runtime of 1 hour 59 minutes. It is classified under Drama/Crime. It was written and directed by Ben YoungerSeth Davis is a school dropout running an illicit gambling club from his leased flat. Driven by his overbearing father’s dissatisfaction at his ill-conceived presence and his craving for genuine riches, Seth abruptly winds up tempted by the chance to meet as a trainee stock broker from ongoing associate Greg (Nicky Katt). Strolling into the workplaces of JT Marlin, a little time financier firm on the edges of New York - Seth gets a forceful appearance execution from Jay that sets the tone for a firm obviously setting cash regardless of anything else.Seths broken association with his father and flirtatious looks from adoration intrigue Abbie are sufficient to keep Seth inspired in his freshly discovered vocation.As he exceeds expectations and build up an adoration for the hard deal and high commission, a couple of chance experiences drives Seth to scrutinize the authenticity of the company’s tasks - setting him indeed inconsistent with his father and what stays of his ethical quality.
13. WALL STREET WARRIORS
‘Wall Street Warriors’ is a television documentary trading movie that comes in two seasons (1 & 2). The trading movie was created by: Scott J. Gill, Sean Skelton and starring: Nathalie Emmanuel, Brett Hickey, Mark Jawdoszyn This is a high definition documentary series which examines the extreme power and the strong competition that defines the Wall Street. Wall Street Warriors take after the everyday lives of ten successful people who bargain in millions in the commercial center. As the arrangement unfolds, a few lives meet in astonishing courses, as financial big shots are rushed by limo from the excited American Stock Exchange trading floor to exclusive meals, to rich midtown workplaces, to homes and families, down to quick paced Wall Street, or off to the polo grounds of the Hamptons.
14. ROLLOVER (1981)
‘Rollover’ is a 1981 trading movie. It falls into the category Drama/Mystery and Romance. It has a runtime of 116 minutes. Written by Howard Kohn, David Shaber and David Weir. It is directed by Alan J. Pakula It is directed by Alan J. Pakula.Featuring: Jane Fonda as Lee Winters, Kris Kristofferson as Hubbell Smith, Hume Cronyn as Maxwell Emery, Josef Sommer as Roy Lefcourt, Bob Gunton as NaftariHubbell Smith, played by Kris Kristofferson, assumes control as leader of Borough National Bank to explore its money related status and finds that it is indebted.Smith ends up included both impractically and financially with Winters and found the genuine idea of record 212214.The film closes with scenes of craze and revolting as individuals find that their money is currently useless. The economic crisis paralyzes the world, yet furthermore joins the world in like manner cause by overflowing limits amongst east and west coalitions and amongst creating and industrialized countries. In the end scene, Borough National is demonstrated void of laborers, the lights off, the work areas and machines secured. Just Smith remains. Winters obliges him. At the point when Smith discloses to her that he's searching for an approach to begin over again, she offers to end up his accomplice.
15. WALL STREET (1987)
This is a 1987 trading movie which is classified into the genre of Crime/Drama with a runtime of two hours six minutes. The movie was directed by Oliver Stone and written by Stanley Weiser and Oliver Stone. In its cast are: Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen), a stock broker for a Wall Street firm, Michael Douglas, Tamara Tunie. It is 10 winners and 4 nominations trading movie.Stone made the film as a tribute to his dad, Lou Stone, a stockbroker amid the Great Depression.It has likewise demonstrated powerful in moving individuals to work at Wall Street, with Sheen, Douglas, and Stone remarking throughout the years how individuals still approach them and say that they moved toward becoming stockbrokers in view of their separate characters in the film.
16. DEALERS (1989)
‘Dealers’ is a 1989 British trading movie directed by Colin Bucksey. It stars Derrick O'Connor as Robbie Barrell, John Castle as Frank Mallory, Paul Guilfoyle as Lee Peters, Adrian Dunbar as Lennon Mayhew, Sara Sugarman as Elana.Dealers tell the story of the London branch of Whitney Paine, a noteworthy American investment bank, as it is the middle of financial crisis. After the loss of $100 million, one of their leading traders, Tony Eisner, played by Simon Slater, commits suicide while at his place in the board room. Notwithstanding the high stakes, a significant number of the firm’s staff are anxious to venture into Tony's presently vacant position and get acknowledgment for sparing the organization. Daniel Pascoe, played by Paul McGann, the main merchant at the firm, is persuaded that he has top priority for the task; however the firm imports Anna Schuman, played by Rebecca De Mornay, another dealer from America. Daniel is angered and tries attempting to uncover as much dirt on Anna as he can, however things are about to change. This trading movie became a must see because of its incredible attention to details.
17. OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY (1991)
‘Other People's Money’ is a 1991 American trading movie that is categorized under comedy-drama starring Danny DeVito as Lawrence ("Larry the Liquidator") Garfield, Gregory Peck as Andrew ("Jorgy") Jorgenson, Penelope Ann Miller as Kate Sullivan, Piper Laurie as Bea Sullivan, Dean Jones as Bill Coles, R. D. Call as Arthur, Mo Gaffney as Harriet, Tom Aldredge as Ozzie. It was based on the play of the same name by Jerry Sterner. The film adaptation was directed by award winner Norman Jewison, and written by Alvin Sargent.Lawrence Garfield is a corporate bandit known as Larry the liquidator since he purchases up businesses and sells their assets. He has his eyes on a wire and cable organization. He meets with Jorgensen, the company President and reveals to him his standard arrangement. Jorgensen lets him know, he won't do that. So Garfield intends to provoke him for control at the following stockholder's meeting. So Jorgensen asks his step daughter, Kate, a legal counselor to help. She meets with Garfield and he is fascinated with her however despite everything he sets out on his arrangement and a fight to see who can get the most shares results.This is a must-see trading movie as it is very insightful.
18. THE CHINA HUSTLE (2017)
‘The China Hustle’ is yet another trading movie with a runtime of one hour, twenty two minutes. It is a documentary video. This finance documentary was produced by Magnolia Pictures and directed by Jed Rothstein in 2018.Before 2008, as investment firms in the United States look for ways to multiply their clients investments while earning money for themselves, they chance upon the idea of selling opportunities to unsuspecting Americans who want to get rich by participating in the China growth story but do not know much about the country or its companiesThe hype that accompanies this is aided by paid guest appearances by the likes of Bill Clinton and Henry Kissinger at so called investment conferences organized by B level investment firms.The stocks of these companies see spikes, investment firms spur their investors into buying them, siphoning off brokerages on the way.The documentary investigates the collusion that occurred from 2008 to 2016 between second and third-tier US-based Wall Street investment firms such as Roth Capital Partners and small companies based in China.
19. THE BIG SHORT
‘The Big Short’ is a 2015 American trading movie which is classified under comedy-drama, directed by Adam McKay and written by McKay and Charles Randolph. This is based on the 2010 book - The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine by Michael Lewis about the financial crisis of year 2007–2008 which was ushered in by the United States housing bubble. The film stars Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, Melissa Leo, Hamish Linklater, John Magaro, Rafe Spall, Jeremy Strong, Finn Wittrock, and Marisa Tomei. This trading movie won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay notwithstanding designations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (Bale), and Best Film Editing. This trading movie won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay notwithstanding designations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Film Editing.
20. CHASING MADOFF (2010) TRUE STORY
This trading movie includes interviews with Markopolos and fellow investigators Frank Casey, Neil Chelo, Michael Ocrant, and Gaytri Kachroo over how they pursued and exposed Bernie Madoff and his elaborate ponzi scheme for bilking investors out of $50 billion. The runtime of this great trading movie is 91 minutes. It stars Drew Gregory, Bruce Altman. This documentary/trading movie was written and directed by Jeff Prosserman based on the book by Harry Markopolos. The film chronicles how Harry Markopolos and his associates spent ten years of investigation in an attempt to expose Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme, which scammed an estimated $18 billion from investors. The film implies that the systemic problems exposed in the movie have not changed. Indeed, it is far harder for a fraud victim to prevail.
21. THE ASCENT OF MONEY (2008)
Niall Ferguson has taken us on a historical adventure through the ascent of money, applying fact and opinion throughout. This trading movie was directed by Adrian Pennick and written by Niall Ferguson. Starring: Gareth Armstrong, Niall Ferguson, Richard Lintern.Niall Ferguson follows the historical backdrop of money and how it has developed from an apparatus to have the capacity to exchange merchandise and ventures all the more effectively, to a ruling component in the public eye.This movie had won International Emmy Awards (2009). This is highly recommended as a must-watch trading movie.
22. BARBARIANS AT THE GATE (1993)
This Emmy-winning made-for-TV movie takes a humorous look at actual events in a big 1980s takeover war. It falls somewhere between a light drama and a comedy, but the seasoned professional acting (particularly lead James Garner) and experienced direction is far above usual TV standards. There is a pretty good story about excess and the battle for boatloads of money.James Garner is F. Ross Johnson, who has gone from being a hardworking paperboy in Winnipeg, Canada to a jet setting, big spending CEO in NYC. When Johnson is faced with an expensive project that seems headed for failure, he chooses to deflect shareholder backlash by trying to raise the money to buy the company himself. It might have worked, but when a couple other green sharks get the whiff of possible profit, the bidding war is on. What follows is corporate juggling, scrambling, and general skullduggery in a world where all the numbers have nine zeroes.
23. ROGUE TRADER (1999)
‘Rogue Trader’ is a trading movie that is categorized under Crime, Drama and History. It has a runtime of one hour, forty one minutes. The movie was directed by James Dearden and stars Ewan McGregor, Anna Friel, Yves Beneyton.Ambitious, wide-eyed boy Nick Leeson is resolved to ascend in the world and be more than a simple bank clerk. At the point when his employer, Barings Bank offered him the chance to go to Jakarta to deal with an issue that no one else needs, he grabs the open door with the two hands. In Jakarta he meets and marries Lisa and together they go to Singapore when the bank offers him the job of setting up their future options trading operation. To save money the bank allows Nick to operate both the floor trading and the back office facilities and force him to employ cheap, unskilled staff.His first year of trading is a big success and he makes large profits for the bank even though he has illegally broken trading rules and secretly covered up losses.Given more freedom, even more money and continuing unchecked, Nick starts to make losses and again attempts to trade out of them but this time he comes unstuck as his illegal trading generates even bigger losses.
24. TOO BIG TO FAIL (2011)
This trading movie titled ‘Too big to fail’ is a narrative of the 2008 financial meltdown of 2008 and centers on Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. Stars: James Woods, John Heard, William Hurt. The runtime of this movie is 1h 39mins. This is based on Andrew Ross Sorkin's non-fiction book ‘Too Big to Fail’. The film has as its director Curtis Hanson.It focuses on the actions of U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (William Hurt) and Ben Bernanke (Paul Giamatti), Chairman of the Federal Reserve System, to contain the problems during the period of August 2008 to October 13, 2008. The film starts with clips of news reports about the mortgage industry crisis and the forced sale of the troubled Bear Stearns to JPMorgan Chase, with federal guarantees. This is yet another must-watch trading movie.
25. FLOORED (2009)
‘Floored’ is a 2009 trading movie that falls into the category of documentary. It is all about the general population and business of the Chicago trading floors. The film centers particularly on a few Chicago floor traders who have been affected by the electronic trading unrest and whose occupations have been undermined by the utilization of computers in the trading world. Directed by James Allen Smith, the film has a runtime of 77 minutes. Featuring: Bobby Ansani, Jeff Ansani, Ron Beebe The film has ended up being particularly appropriate in light of the U.S. financial crisis of 2009; Greg Burns of the Chicago Tribune has said of the movie's director, "By overseeing intense events in the workplace, Smith exploits a vein experiencing an expansive number of lives in this hardhearted withdraw, as the nation's joblessness rate takes off toward 10 percent".This trading movie is strongly recommended to be watched by all and sundry.
26. THE CORPORATION (2003)
‘The Corporation’ is a 2003 Canadian documentary film written by University of British Columbia law professor Joel Bakan, and directed by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott. It has a runtime of 145 minutes. The documentary examines the modern-day corporation. Bakan wrote the book, The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, at the season of recording the documentary.This trading movie shows the advancement of the contemporary business corporation, from a legal entity that originated as a government-chartered institution meant to affect specific public functions to the rise of the modern commercial institution entitled to most of the legal rights of a person. It addressed topics like Business Plot where in 1933; General Smedley Butler exposed an alleged corporate plot against then U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt; the tragedy of the commons; Dwight D. Eisenhower's warning people to beware of the rising military-industrial complex; economic externalities; etc.The film highlights interviews with prominent corporate critics for example Noam Chomsky, Charles Kernaghan etc. It is worth the watch owing to these educative interviews.
27. THE ASSOCIATE (1996)
‘The Associate’ is a 1996 American trading movie which falls into the comedy category. It was directed by Donald Petrie and written by Nick Thiel, starring Whoopi Goldberg, Dianne Wiest, Eli Wallach, Tim Daly, and Bebe Neuwirth, alongside Austin Pendleton and Lainie Kazan. It has a runtime of 145 minutes.Investment banker Laurel Ayres (Whoopi Goldberg) is a smart and single woman trying to make it up the Wall Street corporate ladder, until one day she finds out that she is passed over for a promotion because she is a woman. Unfit to confront the way that her less clever male protégé, Frank Peterson , has now turned into her supervisor, she stops and attempts to start up her own company only to find out that the male dominated world of Wall Street is not interested in taking an African American woman seriously, and thus is forced to create a fictional white man, Robert S. Cutty in order to be judged on her own merits.Be that as it may, the ploy in the end keeps running into issues, as Cutty is as yet getting acknowledgment for Ayres awesome thoughts, and contending firms and sensationalist writers will do anything with a specific end goal to bring the rich and subtle Cutty into the general population and on their side. The film closes with Ayres wearing the Cutty camouflage one final time to go to a gathering of the select gentlemen’s club to acknowledge Cutty’s honors and unmasking herself keeping in mind the end goal to educate the male-overwhelmed industry the shades of malice of racial and sexual separation.
28. QUANTS: THE ALCHEMISTS OF WALL STREET (2009)
‘Quants’ is 45-minute narrative on the internal workings of quantitative experts on Wall Street. It's an uncommon peer inside the psyches of numerical masters who have created monetary models that have both devastated and made Wall Street. Quants are the math wizards and computer developers in the engine room of our global financial system who designed the financial products that almost crashed Wall Street.The credit crunch has demonstrated how the global financial system has turned out to be progressively subject to scientific models attempting to evaluate human (financial) conduct. Presently the quants are at the core of yet another innovative transformation in finance: trading at the speed of light. A tale about eagerness, dread and arbitrariness from the internal parts of Wall Street.
29. THE LAST DAYS OF LEHMAN BROTHERS (2010)
‘The Last Days of Lehman Brothers’ is a British television film, first broadcast on BBC Two and BBC HD on Wednesday 9 September 2009. Filmed in London, it was written by Craig Warner and directed by Michael Samuels. It was shown as part of the BBC's "Aftershock" season, a selection of programmes marking the first anniversary of the collapse of the American investment bank Lehman Brothers. It featured James Cromwell, Ben Daniels, Corey Johnson, Michael Landes and James Bolam. This trading movie/documentary has a runtime of 60 minutes.Drama propelled by the genuine occasions that occurred on the few days of 12 September 2008 - when the Lehman Brothers went to the wall. As the dramatization starts, trust in the bank has plunged.Readers of this article are enjoined to pick up a copy of this documentary movie for a better understanding of all that happened.
30. THE BANK (2001)
‘The Bank’ is a 2001 Australian trading movie that is categorized under thriller/drama starring David Wenham, Anthony LaPaglia, Sibylla Budd, Steve Rodgers, Mitchell Bute, Mandy McElhinney, Greg Stone, Kazuhiro Muroyama. It has a runtime of 106 minutes.It follows the story of Jim Doyle, played by David Wenham, a maverick mathematician who has devised a formula to predict the fluctuations of the stock market. When he joins O'Reilly's fold, he must first prove his loyalty to the "greed is good” ethos. This trading movie has blended reviews by critics.