Best Movies About Business [SUCCESSES AND FAILURES] Part 2

Welcome back! Ready for the rest of a fantastic list of movies that will be sure to inspire and motivate you to keep up with your business endeavors? Sparta Consulting Group is here to provide. Keep on reading, break out the popcorn, and enjoy!


  1. Moneyball, starring Brad Pitt, chronicles the story of the failing Oakland Athletics and their manager Billy Beane as he works to make a winning team without the regular season funding. This movie showcases great acting talent as well as a wonderful message about the power of teamwork.
  2. The Godfather. An important movie to see in general, this story follows the father and son team who manage to build a small business into a thriving crime syndicate with powerful business connections. While you’ll of course want to stay far away from the criminal part, there is something to be learned about taking the business world by storm.
  3. Catch Me If You Can tells the incredible story of con artist Frank Abagnale Jr. and his career in illicit business ventures from impersonation to cheque fraud. Leonardo DiCaprio shines as the young Frank, a person of questionable morals and an interesting business sense. This movie will give you some food for thought about who you do and don’t want to be when it comes to business.
  4. The Wolf of Wall Street, another DiCaprio stunner follows businessman, Jordan Belfort, as he perseveres within the dog-eat-dog environment of Wall Street and its business ventures.

These films are all well worth a good watch, be it with friends or work colleagues. There is a lot to learn about business and sometimes you learn it from the movies! Sparta Consulting Group hopes that some of these movies will provide both entertainment and some business tips and tricks for you to keep in mind as you set forth into the business world.

From all of us at Sparta Consulting Group, we wish you the very best of luck with all of your business endeavors in the future. Follow us on Instagram to see what we’re doing in our business ventures.


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