2. Season of Black Monday: The Evil of the stock market

There seems to be about at least thirty years old, law in Film and television, that when times are dark, people will remember the much greater darkness of the p

2. Season of Black Monday: The Evil of the stock market

There seems to be about at least thirty years old, law in Film and television, that when times are dark, people will remember the much greater darkness of the past and retrospectively, so to speak, of your coldness warms. And if it isn't the middle ages or the dark first half of the twentieth century, then, there are the eighties (in your zugekoksten film version). The last very prominent and along with lush, Recognize-you-as-consumer-product placement (but without the coke) in the series "Stranger Things".

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the thick - and presented Comedy series "Black Monday" (produced by Seth Rogen, Jordan Cahan and David Caspe) devoted himself in the first season devoted to the eighties, more precisely, the title of Black Monday; the 19. In October 1987, when the American stock exchange went for the first Time since the Second world war with a swing in front of the wall (without, however, in the long term, a lot of damage) and the Dow Jones fell within a day to more than 22 percent. Responsible for the series of the jaded-ambitious estate agents Maurice "Mo" Monroe (Don Cheadle), his colleague and the only woman in the company, Dawn Darcy (Regina Hall), the Rookie Blair Pfaff (Andrew Rannells) and the secretly gay Keith Shankar (Paul Scheer). The Whole thing is, especially for Mo pretty wrong, because in the end – good old wall street school – all get ripped off.

Gottlob played in the kick-off season finally, again a very indecent car a Central role, that was not a SUV: The "Limbo 1", a Hybrid of a red Lamborghini Countach, and a Stretch Limousine. As the Mo will be asked in one of the first episodes, why he had this swank mixture on half the power and half the Comfort to let them in, he replies: "Because it costs the Double!" Thus, the premise of the series is set, because it leaves all questions of Taste to say that in the case of halved Understatement, and half the Political Correctness here at the end of approximately twice as much fun comes out.

"Black Monday" is not for slapstick too bad

The criticism of colleagues in the English-speaking world saw sometimes different, but maybe the language barrier creates a good buffer, if the word games and quotations shot come from the rapid-fire gun. Where other series set on Ausgebufftheit and elegance, takes liberties "Black Monday" and is also up for slapstick and riot to. Good. Because not only the series of image design makes still a slender figure, it also increases the contrast of the wealth, the height as well as the humorous range.

In the second season there is from Maurice, first of all, no trace. Dawn has taken over after a successful Coup, the company-mostly women-set – behaves, but how she has learned from all the other silver back on the dance floor: scream things from the table, sweep, termination, or violence threatening. She's not under Stress: The Load is running and the "Wall Street Journal" has written an unfavorable portrait of you. Everything would be better, she would have submerged the sub, because the state wanted Mo can push from the company. Trying to keep up with Keith in Miami on the water – as a Bass player, chocolate Shakes, and the prominently staged Nintendo game "Legend of Zelda" (1986). After Keith has fallen out over cocaine business with a cartel, the Situation is explosive, and Mo, which professes always to have enough of everything and want to be in the South seas settle, now returns back to Manhattan.

Date Of Update: 01 July 2020, 23:20

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