10 Must-See Films From The Big Short
The Big Short is Adam McKay's 2015 comedy-drama picture, which includes stars such as Steve Carrell, Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, and Marisa Tomei.
The film is based on Michael Lewis' non-fiction book, which chronicles the real lives and actions of financial-industry professionals in the mid-2000s who anticipated a major decline in the real estate market. The film follows financial professionals as they observe, anticipate, and plan to make a fortune profiting from the collapse.
This film is a kind of cinematic journalism, which depicts what happens in the stock market, in a world many of us still do not know or understand.
If you liked The Big Short, here's a list of ten films to watch.
The Big Short is a must-see film.Here are ten of them.
Michael Lewis, the author of The Big Short, is well-known for finding stories about outsiders who disrupt old systems. It is a funny, funny film about Billy Beane (Brad Pitt), a baseball manager, and Peter Brand (Jonah Hill), an economics degree graduate who forms a competitive sports time using computer-based methods.
Michael Lewis directed and directed another wonderful book adaptation, The Blind Side, which has also been released by a Caucasian family. They assist Michael in his learning difficulties and his American football career. This film won Sandra Bullock an Oscar in 2010.
I acted as Jordan Belfort in this film, but I don't think I made the final cut, as no matter how many times I've seen it, I can't see myself in it. It's a true story that demonstrates the illogical behaviors that can be lived in the stock market.
Don't Look Up follows the story of two low-level astronomers warning people of a world-ending comet.
Many of us still don't understand or own stocks because of the convenience and ease of using the app on your phone. However, many of us are on or have been on Facebook. The Social Network is the story of the website that has sucked up endless hours of our daily lives. The acting is outstanding.
If it was The Big Short's financial appeal that enthused you, then Wall Street is right up your alley. This film is a tense narrative about an ambitious stockbroker, Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen), who is desperate for more money and power. Lured in by Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas), he resorts to insider trading and illegal schemes.
American Hustle, a classic film by David O. Russell, is a story about small-time con artists, the Mafia, and politics. It features The Big Short as a petty swindler who is forced by the FBI to assist in captureing corrupt politicians, with his wife (Jennifer Lawrence) and his mistress (Amy Adams) as a hero.
Hustlers is the film for you, as it resembles The Big Short in that it depicts the extended aftermath of the housing crisis. A group of strippers begins to drug their businessmen Wall Street clientele and pay outrageous rates while they are asleep.
The Big Short is all about rich people becoming richer, so if you're looking for a rags to riches or a hero-style story, Joy is the ideal fit. It's nice to make money legally when you've invented a self-wringing mop that propels her into extraordinary fame.
Christian Bale's 80s New York film will divert you from the fun and comedy unless you have a dark sense of humor. Like The Big Short, you'll fall in love with it from the start.
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