Boiler Room

Boiler Room

  • Director: Ben Younger
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Russian
  • Release date: February 18, 2000
  • Sound mix: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: У топці
  • "Boiler Room" is a crime film directed by Ben Young, starring Vin Diesel and Ben Affleck . It was released in the United States on February 18, 2000.
    The film tells the story of a young agent who made huge profits for himself through deception but was ultimately no match for the condemnation of his conscience   .

    Details

    • Release date February 18, 2000
    • Filming locations Garden City, Long Island, New York, USA
    • Production companies New Line Cinema, Team Todd

    Box office

    Budget

    $7,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $16,970,581

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $5,742,129

    Gross worldwide

    $28,780,255

    Movie reviews

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    • By Joaquin 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      money grab

      The story of a college student who wants to take the right path from the path of not doing the right thing, with dreams and hope of rebirth, and the sincere and sincere love of his family, but he is deeply trapped in the boiler room.

      Thinking of myself, thinking of myself, after more than half a year of remorse for XX Company's breach of contract and a series of consequences, I re-embraced the world, but encountered similar things between work passion and choice entanglement. And I...

    • By Eulalia 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      a little experience

      If you just think about the day-to-day life of a stock trader, you will know a lot. Isn't Seth's step-by-step tempting phone calls interesting? The same goes for Vin Diesel's phone call. The whole movie gave me a sense of paying tribute to "Wall Street" and "Money Tycoon". A large group of people watched "Wall Street" in the living room and imitated the lines, the company environment, and even the line of father-son relationship; Ben Afro's special long table The last part of the...

    • By Dorcas 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      Financial Telemarketing Operation Guide - See how to train newcomers Xiaobai?

      A:

      Every card is an opportunity

      This is a good head, people on these cards buy stocks

      Your job is to call them and get them interested

      You haven't started selling stocks, you are selling dreams

      Let them in and tell them a month from now the senior broker will take it back

      B:

      So who are these people?

      A:

      The average customer is 45 years old, the annual income is 150,000, the profit is 1 million, and there is a local broker

      But like...

    • By Nicholaus 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      Financial Sales Template

      A:

      Every card is an opportunity

      This is a good head, people on these cards buy stocks

      Your job is to call them and get them interested

      You haven't started selling stocks, you are selling dreams

      Let them in and tell them a month from now the senior broker will take it back

      B:

      So who are these people?

      A:

      The average customer is 45 years old, the annual income is 150,000, the profit is 1 million, and there is a local broker

      But like...

    • By Octavia 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      Finance is synonymous with testing human nature

      The stock traders of the US Emperor in 2000 are: in the face of the illegal income of money, they cover their conscience and cheat money and transactions. In recent years, the sales staff in the domestic financial industry are also the same. The professional quality of their practitioners can be said to be The overall level is very low. Despite the supervision, the cost of crime is not high, and people are more willing to exploit the loopholes in the law and walk in the gray area. I like the...

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    • By Devonte 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      + With Vin Diesel and Affleck both invited, can't we change to a less ugly heroine?...

    • By Braeden 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      Describe the pump and dump method in detail, and also describe the darkness of the financial...

    • By Martina 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      Struggling between one and two stars for a long time, so many Wall Street movies, this is the worst,...

    • By Friedrich 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      Open a fake company to sell fake company stock, and then beat the blood of the brokers who have just entered the business, keep calling and marketing, and promise to work hard to become a millionaire. Just like brainwashing in pyramid schemes, it's a scam. Seth is such a good mind, it's a pity to open a casino. In the end, his black girlfriend cooperated with the FBI to arrest him and asked him to testify against the company's scam. He found that he had to return the client's money and decided...

    • By Casimer 2022-04-23 07:02:42

      Inspirational to peel again. It's...

    Movie plot

    The core office of JT Marin Brokerage is called the "Boiler Room" by employees. Don't underestimate this place-20 millionaires can be born here in one night! It is in this "boiler room" that aggressively motivated young brokers use the phone to sell stocks and help them trade stocks for buyers who trust them. And they get paid for luxury apartments, Ferraris, and more luxurious gifts that they can't even imagine. In the ordinary land...
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    Movie quotes

    • The Daily News telemarketer: [the Daily News telemarketer, over the phone, accidentally mispronouncing his name] Hi Mr. Davis, it's Ron from The Daily News, how you doing this morning?

      Seth Davis: [correcting him] It's Davis and I'm not interested

      The Daily News telemarketer: ok I'm sorry to have bothered you, have a nice day

      Seth Davis: wait a minute, that's your pitch? You consider that a sales call?

      The Daily News telemarketer: well, umm

      Seth Davis: you know I get a call from you every Saturday and it's always the same half ass attempt, if you guys want to "close" me you should "sell" me.

      The Daily News telemarketer: alright

      Seth Davis: alright, start again.

      The Daily News telemarketer: ok, it's Ron The Daily News, how you doing this morning?

      Seth Davis: [amused] shitty, what'd you want?

      The Daily News telemarketer: it's not what "I" want, it's what "you" want

      Seth Davis: alright, now we're talking, what are you selling me?

      The Daily News telemarketer: we're offering you a subscription to The Daily News at a substantially reduced price, we're trying to reach out to people who've never had home delivery before

      Seth Davis: so, your basically everybody that already have a subscription is getting fucked on this one?

      The Daily News telemarketer: yeah, I guess so

      Seth Davis: ok I can handle that, ok tell me, why should I buy your paper? Why shouldn't I get The Times? or The Voice?

      The Daily News telemarketer: Well, The Village Voice is free, if you want it, you should certainly pick it up, but The Daily News offers you something no other paper can: a real taste of New York, we have the best features, more photographs than any other papers in New York and we have the most reliable delivery in the city, now what'd you think?

      Seth Davis: you know what I think? I think that was a sales call, good job buddy

      The Daily News telemarketer: so, are you going to buy a subscription?

      Seth Davis: [before immediately hanging up] No I already get The Times.

    • Seth Davis: [while sitting in the lounge area of a bar] so who do you live with?

      Abbie Halpert: do you mean is this little black girl taking care of her grandmother because her mother is a crack head?

      Seth Davis: [jokingly] yeah exactly, I thought it was "smack" though.

      Abbie Halpert: your right.

      Seth Davis: [referring to her attitude] You've got to get ahold of that edge, it's kind of sharp.

      Abbie Halpert: I know, it's just that I get so much shit at JT that sometimes I just get into that mode to get them off of me you know?

      Seth Davis: yeah, I was going to ask you because it doesn't look like the ideal working environment for a black woman.

      Abbie Halpert: no, it isn't, but how many secretaries do you know that make eighty grand a year?

      Seth Davis: one

      Abbie Halpert: exactly

    • Seth Davis: [Last lines] I ran casino. I've got to figure what I'm going to do next because I'm not a lottery winner. I tried "slinging crack rock" and I never had a jump shot, I've got to find a job.