Leonardo DiCaprio became the Gordon Gecko of the 21st Century with a blazing rage of depravity, greed and deviant behavior in the character of Jordan Belfort. Terrible asshole personality aside, the powerhouse trading tactics behind Scorsese’s latest masterpiece are within reach - the legal ones, anyway - with a $5 Intro to Financial Trading course. The moral corruption and absurd excess is up to you, however.
Actors: Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey, Margot Robbie, Jonah Hill, Rob Reiner, + more
Initial Release: 2013
Directed by: Martin Scorsese
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Actors: Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Bruce Lee, Abbie Cornish, Anna Friel, + more
Initial Release: 2011
Directed by: Neil Burger
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Ex-Machina is more than just a badass movie about the dangers of creating artificial intelligence - its an ominous foretelling of things to come. Its just a matter of time until the inevitable robot armageddon arrives, and were all slaves to a new species of intelligent bionics. Your only hope is to build your own robot army - get started now.
Initial Release: 2015
Directed by: Alex Garland
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Oh, you wanna be a caped crusader? If you think you can handle the criminal underworld of Gotham, youre gonna have to know your way around - even in your own fantasy world. Get a heavy-stock map of Batmans home turf and study well, so youre ready when that signal hits the sky.
Actors: Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger, Michael Keaton, Jack Palance, Billy Dee Williams, + more
Initial Release: 1989
Directed by: Tim Burton
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