Most Popular Financial Market Movies and TV Shows
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1. The Big Short (2015)
R | 130 min | Biography, Comedy, Drama
In 2006-7 a group of investors bet against the US mortgage market. In their research they discover how flawed and corrupt the market is.
Votes: 314,730 | Gross: $70.26M
2. The Hummingbird Project (2018)
R | 111 min | Thriller
A pair of high-frequency traders go up against their old boss in an effort to make millions in a fiber-optic cable deal.
Votes: 5,358 | Gross: $0.37M
3. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)
PG-13 | 133 min | Drama
Now out of prison but still disgraced by his peers, Gordon Gekko works his future son-in-law, an idealistic stock broker, when he sees an opportunity to take down a Wall Street enemy and rebuild his empire.
Votes: 94,010 | Gross: $52.47M
6. The Crash (2017)
R | 84 min | Crime, Thriller
In the not-so-distant future, a team of white-collar criminals are enlisted by the Federal government to thwart a cyber-attack that threatens to bankrupt the United States of America.
TV-14 | 87 min | Documentary, Biography, Drama
A portrait of recently retired Congressman Barney Frank, one of America's most well-known and least understood political figures.
8. Speed: In Search of Lost Time (2012)
TV-G | 97 min | Documentary
Opitz tries to track down the reasons of our shortage of time and for the constant acceleration of our lives. In his search of lost time he visits several people, to find out how they deal ... See full summary »
Politics Live (2018– )
44 min | News, Talk-Show
American Playhouse (1981– )
Life Under Water
56 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Young man, who can't get along with the rest of the world, especially his mother, decides to try to take his life in his own hands.
All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace (2011– )
Love and Power
A critical look at the Ayn Rand's influence on American entrepreneurship and inspiration for the new economy led by computerization of systems.
Fault Lines (2009– )
The Top 1%
Barely three years since the great recession, many middle income and poor Americans are still hurting. In the months before the Occupy Movement makes headlines, rising inequality in the US ... See full summary »