Feeling the need to lose faith in something? If low budget films involving cash do not make you lose faith in the film world, then view one of these six top rated financial movies and lose faith, in everything else.


"Wall Street" (1987)

This financial movie puts the 'edge' in ledge as one impatient semi-power hungry stockbroker stops at nothing to get ahead. At nothing. Which includes trading illegal inside information from a ruthless corporate mentor. Michael Douglas does a smashing job as Gordon Gekko, the guy an employee loves to hate. Charlie Sheen plays the carbon copy that almost comes - Bud Fox. Money doesn't mean as much as power in this flick which results in this film making number six on this list of movies that will make you lose faith in the world.  "Wall Street" not enough to dampen that cash spirit?  Try "Money Never Sleeps" instead.


"Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" (2010)

Gordon is out of prison and ready to build an empire. A film that will continue making a person lose faith in the actual world of financial honesty with spawning evil tangled in the greed factor. "Wall Street 3" buzz? Oliver Stone is on a roll! Hopefully upward rather than downward. Stay tuned. Did you know that the co-star of this film is in the 2013 film "Now You See Me"? You do now.


"The Social Network" (2010)

Harvard student and computer geek Mark Zuckerberg creates a new path into social networking. The plot involves two brothers who claim Zuckerberg stole their idea and a co-founder who was "let go" after putting in his time. After you find out what each person walked away with it is enough to lose faith in the world of hard work. More importantly, the film can welcome losing faith in privacy. Why? In the movie the college faced exposure at the hands of social networking. College life became an open book - The Facebook.


"Casino" (1995)

As if you had enough of Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci. De Niro and Pesci portray hip-to-hip gangsters with one wired to murder and the other wired to predict winning numbers in a world of casinos. De Niro's character, Sam Rothstein, is more rational with business. Pesci gives ruthless a new meaning. The jewels, the money the thugs exist in this flick. But that's not the shocker. The scenes where money is passed like candy in stacks of hundreds can make you lose faith in the world of gambling payouts.


"Catch Me If You Can" (2002)

Pay for a plane ticket lately? Work to the bone for that paycheck? This movie will definitely make a viewer lose faith in the world of hard work. This independent heist committed by a young man named Frank Abagnale, Jr., potrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio, offers a most fortunate option. By the time Frank reached 19-years-old he made millions. Finally caught, after long cat and mouse scenes, the government gives him a job. A job. All due to the kid's skills of ripping off an airline, and everyone else, with his swift criminal mind. And the help of logos on toy planes. If you want to lose faith in the system when it comes to criminal punishment watch this film. This flick can also make a person lose faith in professional occupations. Frank illegally poses as a pilot, a doctor, and prosecutor. Make sure you check those credentials folks. Now that's losing faith.


"Now You See Me" (2013)

See it yet? No spoil alert here. Commercials of this film may catch your eyes and the money flying all over the place may inspire butterfly net sales to use at future outdoor magic shows, but the truth is slowly appearing. Viewers may lose faith in bad reviews because they have no idea what they are talking about. Just as the cash in your wallet prior to paying for that ticket, now you see it, now you don't. But that trick is worth the view!