An ambitious executive learns the hard truth about working on Wall Street after meeting a free-spirit who opens his eyes to the gluttony and greed all around him. Wayne Garrett (Eddie Mills) is at the center of the financial universe, and he's riding a wave of success straight up the corporate ladder. With a wad of cash in his wallet and the boss' smoking-hot daughter on his arm, Wayne's life seems to be going perfectly until the day he meets Sioux (Elizabeth Banks), a gorgeous girl with a taste for adventure. When Wayne discovers that a potentially prosperous business deal hinges on his willingness to fire his best friend (Judah Friedlander), the hard truth about life on Wall Street prompts him to second guess his definition of success. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I rented this movie never hearing about it, but wanted to see Banks in one of her first roles. I started it late thinking would just get taste of it before going to sleep, but I could not turn it off & was glued from start to finish. Turns out Banks character almost or does have a split personalitty to the point you don't want to turn it off until find out which one she really is. Unfortunately the ending, although a happy one, leaves you wanting more & almost wonder if the writer's were thinking of either a sequal or possible TV series because many plots could have swelled from this point(the ending) onward. Now I wonder what ever happened to Eddie Mills or does he look & act too much like Jason Bateman?