The focus always shifts from irony to fully-fledged fun when it comes to movies. The art that is followed while selling up the movies has reached a level that is greater and beyond infinity. The fascination comes mostly from the cat and mouse play of the buyers and the sellers to convince the audience. Here are the best sales movies that you must watch right now to get some experience as well as to acknowledge yourself about the game happening all around you.
1. Death of a Salesman
This Emmy award grabber is one of the finest and the greatest screenplay of Arthur Miller. The American movies is a timid and a heartbreaking story of a simple living man who turns out to be a culprit of his own wrongdoings as he becomes unable to change himself because of the major complaints he has from himself. However, Willy Loman does an excellent job to relate with the tragic life he is dealing with.
2. Seize the Day
The movie was known for a lot of reasons out of which are the ecstatic performance of Robin Williams. The powerful performance of Robin left many jaws dropped on the way. Robin played the role of a Jewish in his middle ages who was basically suffering from the pain of poverty and divorce. The movie showed up how he rose up with his sales skills talent and emerged out to be the magnificent player the world ever saw.
3. Baby Boom
The movie revolves around Diane Keaton starred as J.C Watt who is too much into herself and her life that she barely has time for anything. Later, comes into play the little baby who is inherited to her from her relatives. It is soon enough that she realizes that raising a child is more difficult than cracking up a high management contract. Further, after things change completely for her, she loses her job and decides to move forward with the selling something which has her name for the brand and she does so by selling “organic baby food”. The movie teaches a lot about business as well as real-life and also how a “setback” could turn up as an opportunity.
4. Tin Men
The movie is a blend of drama and comedy that has the focus on two salesmen who are not only different from each other but also rival to one another. The movie triggers the beauty of the late 60s with the direction turning out to be completely flawless and rich. Tin Men successfully brings out the humour that it is supposed to be opening up the corruption in the field of sales practices.
5. Tommy Boy
Chris Farley and David Spade just nail it through to the humour and sarcasm. The immensely powerful gags and the big naughty jokes turn the tables around. However, the movie solely explains and depicts a salesman who is very successful. He gradually understands what it requires to be a successful salesman. With passing time, Farley eventually learned the fact that connecting with different prospects is more than just handshakes. It’s also about listening to their side of the story.
6. Diamond Men
After a time interval of three years, Eddie Miller finally gave his best performances of all times. He was more like a jewellery salesman who had a heart attack and because of which he had to take up early retirement. The tale of friendship and loyalty knows no bounds when it comes to being cross-sectional partners. The movie is a mixture of characters and roads that you would not regret having watched.
7. Pursuit of Happyness
Well, every story has its part to say and so does this great and epic movie that revolves around the life of a middle-class man. The loyal and the most efficient employee work his time off to be at a place where he always dreamt of. He suffers not alone but with his 5-year-old kid as he has to go through lots of financial stress. Despite continuous difficulties, the way he emerges up to strive for the pursuit is worth the show.
8. Boiler Room
Another epic criminal drama genre starring a team of Americans studded with stardom and interest. The movie tops the charts of the sales movies because of the plenty of sales scenes it has to offer. The movie, however, seems to have inspired from the great Stratton Oakmont and the story of Jordon whose autobiography was later adapted as one of the top sales movies of all time.
9. The Wolf of Wall Street
Who can miss out on this great adventure when the topic of discussion is all about Sales? The movie basically depicts a real-life story which is based on the real-life of the Jordan Belfort who is taken as one of the greatest salespeople of all times. The sales skills that the movie brings forward earned it a hit for all time and got its name to top the charts of “one of the sales movies that were ever built”.
The movie gained fame because of the Oscar nomination and also because of the true story of Billy Beane who is known as the General Manager of the famous baseball team. The tight budget and Peter Brand manage the things pretty well. The story involves and talks about big bets and questions the quests of the quo. It also shows how to turn the resources and use them to build up the salesperson at once.
11. The Founder
The story talks about the salesman who slowly and steadily builds up a food empire. The story discusses the partnership of Kroc’s with Mcdonald. The entire idea of taking away the franchise from one name and shifting it to other is so wonderful to understand and skyrockets the entire concept. The success of an entrepreneur passing through the world of sales is just so brilliant to watch.