The Billionaire Boys Club [DVD]
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Two-part 1980s American television drama starring Judd Nelson and Ron Silver. A group of wealthy young investment partners led by Joe Hunt (Nelson) conspire to oust wealthy Beverly Hills wheeler dealer Ron Levin (Silver) and take over his dubious money-making projects. But Hunt's appetite for money and revenge leads him to go too far, and he soon finds himself hoist by his own petard.
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All the DVD version does, is give you the option to watch it ALL, 3 hours in total. Or to watch it in 2 parts.
Which is a shame, as it would have been nice to have a bonus feature.
Even if it was something simple as original news articles telling us what happened to the characters who were still on trial, while the film was being made.
It stars Judd Nelson (Best known for : The Breakfast Club & Bad Kids Go to Hell)
and Fredric Lehne (Best Known for : Supernatural & American Horror Stories - Asylum).
(Now the tricky bit. Review it, without spoiling the film or sounding as is if I've just quoted the box.)
The Billionaire Boys Club tells the true story of a group of affluent high school friends who are reintroduced to (Judd Nelson) Joe Hunt, who was once seen as the uncool high school "nerd".
Who has grown in to a manipulative sociopath who uses 'paradox philosophy' to assist him in his ambition to own the richest and most powerful business in the world, with its own hierarchy and social scene. Complete with 1980's hairdos and shoulder pads.
However keeping the cash flowing, can be murder.
- Wow that sounded almost professional !
The box, describes the leading character, Joe Hunt as "a modern day Charles Manson".
Which I suppose is fairly accurate. Although unlike Charles Manson, who dished out orders and was very much a background figurehead, Joe Hunt seems more "hands on".
When describing the murder to one of the group.
He says when one of the characters went to wash his hands it "demonstrative of some form of weekness.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Showing signs of age now, but the story line is still great, gonna handbrake it now,
buy it if your bored, like i did