Ten Financial Films Worth Watching Available From Netflix

I’ve long said that Netflix is one of the best entertainment values out there. The ability to watch what you want with no commercials is wonderful. Internet streaming makes it even better. You can just sit at home and find something to watch. Aside from just providing entertainment, you can also learn a little bit about financial and business matters with your Netflix account. Here are ten of my favorite films that tackle financial/business issues.

Capitalism: A Love Story: This is a Michael Moore film, so you know before you rent it that it’s going to have a certain political bent. In this one, he takes a look at the causes and ramifications of the 2008 economic meltdown.

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6 Responses to Ten Financial Films Worth Watching Available From Netflix

  1. Ralph says:

    I listened to Maxed Out on CD, and it was quite eye-opening.

    I was all ready to watch the Financial History of the World up until I read the six hours part! Maybe I’ll start it and see how it holds my attention.

    I agree – Netflix gives great bang for your entertainment buck. And I like that they have some documentaries, which are a common choice for me.

  2. Charlie F says:

    Are all of these available for instant streaming?

  3. hj says:

    Michael Moore films are anything but “politcally bent.” That is why they are so good. He speaks on behalf of the people and not a money-hungry political party. Don’t be so “brainwashed.” Your selections show you are on the right track…

  4. mk says:

    Any list about finances or the economy that contains any movie from Michael Moore, is a failure. He is the epitome of what the word “brainwashed” means. Ladies and gentlemen, lay off the Kool-Aid!

  5. Karl says:

    Moore films are heavily bent. They approach interesting topics, but it is far too easy to build a particular view of the world and perpetuate truths thru cameras and interviews to propagate your viewpoint – and that’s what ‘Moore does. Sure, he’s not the only one, which is why you always have to take the info in these films at face value.

  6. scooter says:

    Haha you must be joking

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