3. The Social Network 

When his girlfriend left Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) in 2003, he starts an act of revenge and paralyzes the server at the university.

As a result, the brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss (Armie Hammer) become aware of him and his programming skills and want to work with him.  

Zuckerberg quickly decides to implement the idea independently and manages to implement the idea of ​​"The Facebook" before the brothers.

The Social Network tells the sensational success story of the Facebook phenomenon and the downsides of its success. 

Worth seeing for entrepreneurs because: It depicts the gigantic rise of Facebook very realistically, the medium we all fell into for several hours every day. 

4. Wall Street (1987) 

Young stockbroker Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) is an aspiring entrepreneur in New York City and dreams of a great career. Before long, he managed to work with the notorious broker Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas).

Completely fixated on wealth and success, the naive Fox does not notice that Gekko is only using him to carry out his illegal business for him.

After Fox disclosed confidential information to Gekko, Gekko does not plan to continue to support Fox. Gekko would like to use all the information received for himself, but Fox no longer participates in this game. 

It is worth seeing for entrepreneurs because it is a prime example of power, greed, and intrigue - characteristics that unfortunately grow too often in entrepreneurs.