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In Your Wildest Dreams (1991)

In Your Wildest Dreams

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A high school senior learns an important lesson in integrity and true success after becoming an accidental millionaire in filmmaker Bruce Neibaur's thoughtful entry into the "Feature Films for Families" series. High school senior Mark Andrews has always dreamed of playing with the high rollers, and after landing $1 million by using the wrong computer to make a simulated stock purchase, it appears as if his dreams may finally be coming true. The only problem is that Mark's good friend Mr. Culp doesn't have enough money to keep his electronics business operating, and in order to help out a friend, the overnight millionaire may have to learn to place friendship above success.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Kids & Family
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Written By: Bruce Neibaur
On DVD: Jul 13, 2004
Runtime:
Feature Films for Families

Cast

Lise Wilburn
as Holly Banks
Trevor Black
as Mark Andrews
Sarah Schaub
as Katie Andrews
Brett Palmer
as Justin Maddox
Steve Anderson (V)
as Art Williams
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The VHS cover was very misleading. It had a robot on the front that was never really shown. The only robot was the driving one which was kind of funny. The main premise of the film is about insider trading. It was very odd in how the movie went. I knew from the start it was meant to show the wrongs about insider trading. However the whole plot with the good guy Mark Andrews mistake in trading for real did not make sense. What I mean is if you look at it in a moral fashion I do not know why he would feel bad. He was not the only person buying the stock why should he get the moral treatment. What did he really do wrong. His mistake made him money and now everyone hated him for it. Even his girlfriend was made at him. I wish there was more clear message. I know it is wrong to take money that does not belong to you but the film just makes you wish you had never seen it. In reality you feel happy for Mark then you feel bad that you felt good for him and it makes you unhappy. There should have been some other way to represent the film and it just does not present the idea of insider trading in anyway. The ending with the undercover police woman was so random and it felt so forced. It was so bad that the movie did not make you understand why Mark's decision was bad in accidentally taking the money its his why does he have to give it back. I mean I just don't get it. If he married the girlfriend of the father in a sense he would get the money anyway. He was also going to run the business someday as stated before so it does not matter if he gave it back he would be getting it anyway. It just makes me think to much and its pissing me off. I don't know the girl who talks to him says it doesn't feel right and in reality it does not. You have to earn your money and just doing the stock market it wrong right? then you are saying that the stock market it bad? I do not know what to say its hard to come to a conclusion and it is all about what you're morals are and what you think is right.

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