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Top finance films to watch during the lockdown: These money movies could teach you a lesson or two

Updated : 2020-03-27 07:44:53

The setbacks witnessed by the global economy due to the coronavirus outbreak has adversely affected the financial sector. Here is a list of movies that you can watch to learn a lesson or during during this lockdown.

The Wolf of Wall Street | The black-comedy released in 2013 has legendary actor Leonardo DiCaprio, reprising the role of Jordan Belfort. The movie, which was blockbuster, narrates the fictional corruption on Wall Street. (Image: Paramount Pictures)
The Wolf of Wall Street | The black-comedy released in 2013 has legendary actor Leonardo DiCaprio, reprising the role of Jordan Belfort. The movie, which was blockbuster, narrates the fictional corruption on Wall Street. (Image: Paramount Pictures)
Rogue Trader | Based on a true story, the 1999 movie narrates the tale of an investment banker whose risky investments in the Asian financial sector ultimately leading to a financial crisis. (Image: Cinemax)
Rogue Trader | Based on a true story, the 1999 movie narrates the tale of an investment banker whose risky investments in the Asian financial sector ultimately leading to a financial crisis. (Image: Cinemax)
Other People's Money: The movie narrates the story of the attempts made by a corporate raider, ie Danny DeVito, to hijack a struggling Wire & Cable Company. (Image: Warner Brothers)
Other People's Money: The movie narrates the story of the attempts made by a corporate raider, ie Danny DeVito, to hijack a struggling Wire & Cable Company. (Image: Warner Brothers)
Margin Call | The 2011 Hollywood movie depicts the inner working of a New York investment bank during the initial stages of the 2007 financial crisis. (Image: Before the Door Pictures)
Margin Call | The 2011 Hollywood movie depicts the inner working of a New York investment bank during the initial stages of the 2007 financial crisis. (Image: Before the Door Pictures)
Barbarians At The Gate | The Emmy award-winning telemovie from 1993 is based on a book that deals with the buyout of American conglomerate RJR Nabisco. (Image: Columbia Pictures)
Barbarians At The Gate | The Emmy award-winning telemovie from 1993 is based on a book that deals with the buyout of American conglomerate RJR Nabisco. (Image: Columbia Pictures)
Too Big to Fail: Another telemovie to make it to the list, the biographical drama narrates the tale of the happenings inside the Wall Street and Washington DC during the 2007-08 financial crisis. (Image: HBO)
Too Big to Fail: Another telemovie to make it to the list, the biographical drama narrates the tale of the happenings inside the Wall Street and Washington DC during the 2007-08 financial crisis. (Image: HBO)
Wall Street: The 1987 movie Oliver Stone movie starring Michael Douglas, in his academy award-winning performance and Charlie Sheen tells the story of a young stockbroker and his involvement with a corporate raider. (Image: 20th Century Fox)
Wall Street: The 1987 movie Oliver Stone movie starring Michael Douglas, in his academy award-winning performance and Charlie Sheen tells the story of a young stockbroker and his involvement with a corporate raider. (Image: 20th Century Fox)
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