What did we learn about real estate in Step Brothers? A lot can go wrong when selling a home. Read the review and find out!
Based on Andrew Ross Sorkin's book of the same name, "Too Big To Fail" follows the efforts of Paulson and his cohorts to stave off economic disaster through the summer and fall of 2008.
There may be no movie more suitable for Real Estate Lessons than Amityville Horror.
The most important and realistic lesson to take from this film is to ultimately treat others how you would like to be treated.
Adam McKay manages to take a difficult concept in The Big Short and boil it down into language that is easy to understand and follow.
The ‘Burbs certainly withstands the test of time with its various characters, most of which the audience can relate to in some degree.
Despite the impressive cast (Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner) of this movie, the House takes centre stage, and everything that happens during this film is in relation to that House, that piece of Real Estate.
Quite a few useful real-estate tips flow fairly naturally from The Force Awakens. What is galactic conquest if not a large-scale land ownership dispute?
The new Total Recall might be called a total waste of time by some, but it was shot on in University of Toronto, so we took a closer look.
The 3rd installment in Richard Donner's 1992 buddy cop dramedy gets right back to the signature antics with some real estate lessons as a bonus.
Everything about director Irwin Winkler's film, Life as a House, can be described as stunning. Gorgeous shots of the house, brilliant performances, beautiful story and writing style. Every aspect of the film is completely captivating.
If you were to describe a film about a husband and father dealing with his wife's impending death, chances are you wouldn't expect to use the words warm, funny and easy viewing.
You can always count on Disney and Pixar to create films that are great for kids and adults alike, and they certainly did it again with Up.
Rosemary's Baby is a surreal and provocative movie with real estate playing supporting role in the movie in form of The Dakota building.
House of Sand and Fog is a visually and emotionally stunning film that shows us how can one home be a symbol of hope for two different people.
Bugsy is a decently acted, thought-out, well-put together movie, however it fails to be engaging. Also, real estate plays a role in this movie.
The Notebook teaches us about all kinds of things – passion, young love, sacrifice, but it also has some unexpected real estate lessons to share.
This is not just a movie, but a "made-for-television" movie. Eddie Gant is a real estate agent that succumbs to the seduction of cocaine.
Are there any real estate lessons to be learned from the movie What Planet Are You From? Read this review to find out!
ARE WE DONE YET? is a classic Ice Cube film. Delinquent behaviour, silliness galore, a touch of potty humour and lots of rap music.
Eddie Murphy does not care in the slightest what people think of his acting career and that's good, because this film is unspeakably bad.
This is not a good movie. It aspires to mediocrity and fails. Also it's full of real estate wisdom useful for both realtors and buyers. Sort of.
This award-winning independent comedy takes a look at the lives of three married couples and their real estate agents during their search for the perfect home.
Real estate wisdom hidden between the lines of Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House - a light-hearted movie about building a dream house.
This movie's grandeur is incomparable and its message is one we can all still relate to seventy-five years later: home is where the heart is.
Dracula is a film that will continue to live on well past our lifetimes, cementing the Count's immortality for generations to come.
The Fountainhead does an incredible job of forcing us to re-evaluate our thought processes and open ourselves up to change and modernity in the form of ingenious design.
If a property is listed way under its value, it's a good idea to find out why.
If you can't decide on one genre of movie, this is the movie for you. It is filled with action, real estate, sex, romance, comedy and even some yoga.
It's a Wonderful Life is a classic so fossilized in pop culture that it's almost beyond critique. Almost.
It's refreshing to see Paul Rudd's representation of a realtor in I Love You, Man.
Glengarry Glen Ross is based on David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a group of struggling real estate salespeople who are under the gun.
The topic of real estate often emerges in the background in movies that deal with relationships — sometimes as a central conflict.