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Top 10 Movies to Watch Like Catch Me If You Can

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A good story is what makes a good movie. If you are someone who enjoys a story more than anything else, then here are a couple of films whose stories are exciting and satisfying.

Catch me if you can is a beautiful movie with two brilliant actors- Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hanks. The story follows Caprio as a con man who is so good at what he does and that too young. Frank Abagnale, who has millions even before he turns 19. He is successful in conning people, and now the FBI turns to him to find criminals.

The Wolf of Wall Street

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The adaptation of this movie is on a biography of the same name by John Belfort. The setting is in New York City, with the film being a biography. It is the story of John, who is a stockbroker. He realizes the amount of corruption his firm is into and will soon see a downfall.

Inside Job

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This movie is divided into five parts and talks about the financial crisis that people were facing in the 2000s. The film’s central idea revolves around the techniques and outcomes of corruption by the financial service industry in the United States.

Wall Street

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Wall Street, as the name suggests, is another movie on stockbroking. The story follows a young man, Bud Fox, who is a stockbroker. Fox gets involved with a wealthy corporate raider, and the events will follow.

The Big Short

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This movie’s inspiration is from the 2010 book by Michael Lewis- The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine. With its setting in the United States, it shows events relating to the financial crisis of 2007-2008. The United States housing bubble triggers the problem primarily.

Too Big to Fail

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The adaptation of this film’s story is from the 2009 release by Andrew Ross Sorkin- Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System—and themselves. The central idea of the film revolves around the financial crisis of 2008 in the United States.

Ocean’s Eleven

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The inspiration is from a 1960 film of the same name. It follows two friends, Danny Ocean and Rusty Ryan. Ocean’s ex-wife, Tess, has a lover by the name Terry Benedict who is a wealthy casino owner. And Danny and Rusy plan a heist of 160 million dollars from the casino.

The Terminal

As the name of the film suggests, the story is about a man who is stuck at an airport terminal. Viktor Navorski arrives at John F. Kennedy airport and does not get permission to enter the country. He is a European man, but his passport becomes invalid due to a military coup in his country. He cannot go back, and he cannot enter the States.

Sleepless In Seattle

With its setting in Seattle, the story follows Sam Baldwin, who is an architect. He lives in Chicago and loses his wife to cancer. They have an eight-year-old son, Jonah. The father and son shift to Seattle and grieve their loss for more than a year. Then Jonah encourages Sam to talk about his love story on a radio talk show, and events escalate from there.

American Made

Full of action and comedy, the story’s inspiration is from Adler Berriman “Barry” Seal. He was a commercial airline pilot who gets involved in drug smuggling with the Medellin Cartel. He was working for the CIA before involving himself in questionable activities. Later, Seal becomes an informant for the DEA.

The Departed

The setting of this film is in Boston. Here the state police of Massachusetts send an imposter into an Irish Mob group, and the Mob sends an imposter inside the police force. And the two imposters try to find preferable intel that will help their concerned authorities.

Watching movies in your free time is the best way you can use it. A thrilling story with a blend of right direction is what makes a good movie. You are going to enjoy each of the films on the list immensely.

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Shradha Nijhawan
Shradha Nijhawan is a content writer with Pop culture Times. She started as an intern and continued to be a part-time writer with the company. Previously, Shradha has worked with Webstrummer Infolab delivering articles with client requirements. She graduated with a majors degree in Political Science, economics, and sociology from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, and is now pursuing an MBA from Christ University, Bangalore. An avid reader and a sucker for information define her well. Her interests lie in religion, cultures, languages, fashion, and travel.

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