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Top 10 Business Movie Speeches

March 22, 2015 24 Comments

Business is war. Join as we count down our picks for the top 10 business movie speeches.

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  1. o0thx11380o says:

    please stop narrating these, it’s so fucking annoying.´╗┐

  2. boldsign says:

    The Wolf of Wall Street should be number 1´╗┐

  3. MrHousecup says:

    Fear never motivates me to do well. Most of the time it has the opposite

  4. aldown says:

    4:40 Did she said “despite his nigger existence”?´╗┐

  5. prodprod says:

    The two speeches at the end of Other People’s Money are both incredible.
    Gregory Peck gives an incredible speech in support of his dying company to
    rally his stockholders against a hostile takeover by “bad guy” Danny DeVito
    — and then DeVito takes the stage — and gives his speech — and
    completely blows him out of the water. ´╗┐

  6. xylfox says:

    Whats that?? Where is the greatest business-speech in film history ever???
    Ned Beatty Network (1976) “The world is a business” (Also the title of
    the 3 Minute YT-vid)???????????!!!!!!!!!!!´╗┐

  7. Aaron Morris says:

    Bullshit. Number 1 is “The World is a Business” from Network. Orsen Well’s
    “Cuckoo Clock” should be on here too. Placing “Layer Cake”, “Boiler Room”,
    and “American Gangster” on this list is laughable.

    But the worst inclusion is “The Pursuit of Happyness”. I mean come on,
    it’s basically “The Little Engine that Could”. That’s no criticism against
    those films. But they certainly don’t belong in a top ten list of business
    speeches in movies.´╗┐

  8. Robert Lyons says:

    Seriously Boiler Room speech? It’s well written, but so poorly delivered.
    Affleck’s acting in that scene is terrible´╗┐

  9. Ricky P. says:

    The Wolf of Wall Street motivational speech is a Good One also.´╗┐

  10. tigerburn81 says:

    Give me a break!

    The greatest business speech of all time is Arthur Jensen in Network.´╗┐

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  12. eric wsmith says:

    what makes these great speeches is they don’t need to be fucking explained
    ! MoJo just made some great speeches painfully slow to watch .´╗┐

  13. Jaime Fontes. says:

    Honestly I never really found the Boiler Room speech to be very good.
    Affleck’s delivery made him sound insecure rather than confident and
    powerful. Though maybe that’s the point.

    And as for the Wolf of Wall Street comments, the movie only came out a few
    weeks before this video, and the video was probably already written an
    edited before they could add it in. ´╗┐

  14. Mach Steelr says:

    al pacino two for the money speech v=HdE-BZoB9SA´╗┐

  15. MrMagee78 says:

    No Braveheart speech?´╗┐

  16. RazorRex says:


  17. Jacob Becomes Israel says:

    Again with the horrible music.´╗┐

  18. DB de' Rosas says:

    “GREED! for a Lack of a better word”. because one way or another every
    major society needs gold, precious metal, or mineral to survive. every
    empire throughout HISTORY has survived because of this montage. we are all
    carnivores that will do what it takes to survive. why do you not “Look at
    amerKKKa” if the way I spelled it offended you why THE F**k are you even
    here. after you learn history maybe you will learn what it takes to become
    a global power house. if not your nothing more than dust in the wind. a
    mere attitude that could not COPE with CHANGE makes you obsolete. LOL!!!
    F**kin weenie learn from SHARKS & WOLVES shit even VULTURES. because in
    business WHATEVER has value MAKES money.´╗┐

  19. WiperTF2 says:

    You need to update this one with the scene from The Wolf of Wall Street
    where Jordan Belford (Leonardo DiCaprio) launches the Steve Madden IPO. One
    of the greatest scenes I’ve seen in a long time.´╗┐

  20. azaeltheelightened says:

    No Other peoples money speech? ´╗┐

  21. Tudor Militaru says:

    Ben Affleck is by far the most pathetic here. There, I’m done !´╗┐

  22. Aj Hoods says:

    I always hate the monotonous narration at the back end. Why this b*tch
    needs so much attention.´╗┐

  23. gbonkers666 says:

    What about the “Amen” speech from “Other People’s Money?”´╗┐

  24. Sergio Parras says:

    “I’m living in America, and in America you’re on your own. America is not a
    country, it’s just a business. Now fucking pay me.”

    Killing Them Softly´╗┐

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