Larry Ribstein has a very worthwhile blog, Busfilm, which looks at the portrayal of business in (mostly) American movies.
Dr. Samuel Johnson once observed that "There are few ways in which a man can be more innocently employed than in getting money." If so, all deceased Hollywood moguls are now sitting in heaven at God's right hand. Yet the movies they produced often show business in a less than innocent light.
Ribstein's analysis is entertaining and challenging, but I wish he'd break up some of his long paragraphs for easier reading. A Website isn't the columns of The New Yorker.