Richard Gere hedge fund manager

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by Maverick74, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. Maverick74


    He’ll be giving it his best shot in “Arbitrage,” in which he plays an “evil” investor “desperate to sell his firm to a major bank before his fraud can be uncovered” (in a role that originally went to Al Pacino). On cautiously optimistic side, he probably couldn’t do any worse than all of the characters in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps combined.

    From IMDB:

    A troubled hedge fund magnate desperate to complete the sale of his trading empire makes an error that forces him to turn to an unlikely person for help.

  2. Madoff....??...:D

  3. You know this one will have an anti-capitalist, anti-free markets bias.

    I will probably join the nation's small rodents in avoiding this film for ideological reasons.
  4. LEAPup


    After his "speach" to the NYPD and FDNY staff after 9/11, I wouldn't watch a Richard Queer movie on a bet! What a socialist, liberal rodent using scumbag!
  5. ...who then ends up becoming CEO of said bank and paying himself $1 in salary for the next 3 years as he navigates the credit crisis and financial bailout.

    (kidding, I'm sure Old Lane was legitimately bad)
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  7. Hollywood is so retarted.

    They should just make a movie about Jimmy Rogers played by Antony Hopkins.

    Or Marc Faber played by Gene Hackman.

    Put them together and put secret Bernanke soldiers in it too who want to kill them for dissing their boss.

    Box office hit 100%.