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Offline Osman Gani

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The summery   of two Movies:
1.   Corporate
 
               
•   Summary the movie of corporate :   I saw this movie after many people recommended it, and because it had Rajat  Kapur  in it. But, I was quite disappointed!

Actually, it was a desperate attempt to be different, which, according to me, fell rather flat. It was an old story, packaged into an allegedly 'real' corporate world. Simply put, two rival industrialists fight to gain the upper hand in the big (read HUGE), bad (read ROTTEN BEYOND PUTRID) world of business. Everyone has elastic morals, except the ones who lose out at the end. That's it!

The acting was decent - Rajat was great, Raj Babar was very good, Kay Kay Menno was good, but could have been excellent if he had stayed away from stereotypical expressions, as always, immaculate. But the revelation to me was Harsh Chaya - he was outstanding in underplaying his emotions! Great job!

Finally, Bipasha Basu... what can one say! I had not seen her in any other movie thus far (thank my lucky stars). Many told me she was good in this movie. GOOD? Good God is more like it! She had a single expression throughout - whether she was smiling, laughing, crying, scheming, copulating (figuratively and literally) and collapsing. Atrocious!

Also, there are certain actors who were given roles in the movie, and the director simply did not know what to do with them. For example, Lilette  Dubey's character suddenly showed a new side, and that was the end of her role.

All in all, watch this movie if you were in the same predicament as me .
.   Ethical Terms: This movie inspired us to take a new challenge . And we also sea that,the result of  awareness , how we go ahead in corporate life .
Unethical Terms: The unethical terms of this movie is , it is harmful that ,to believe another in a corporate life .
2.   The wolf of wall street :
 
•   Summary:  The Wolf of Wall Street is a 2013 American back comedy film directed by martin Scorches , based on Jordan  Belford 's memoir of the same name. It was released on December 25, 2013. The screenplay was written by Terence Winter , and the film stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jordan Belfort, a New York stockbroker who runs a firm that engages in securities fraud and corruption on Wall Street  in the 1990s. The film received positive reviews from critics, but was also controversial for its moral ambiguity, sexual content, and presence of drug abuse, vulgarity, and use of animals.
Ethical terms: By seeing this movie, we can say that an entrepreneur can do everything . And a good speaker is another important part of an organization.
Unethical terms:  We know that Money is all. When you have much money then you fall in much dangerous stages which we saw this movie. Jordan started a fake business and he got much profit by this business. But  fortunately when he started real business that’s time he theft by police.
So lastly we can say that a fake business cannot keep much stability.