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EXPERTS SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Chasing Madoff (2011) and Moneyball (2011) are brilliant true stories about accurate experts! Moneyball (2011), Margin Call (2011), The Ides of March (2011) and Chasing Madoff (2011) suggests some decisions are ALL about discrimination and corruption; Titanic (1997) is likely the most historically remember example of the experts being wrong in a major way about safety. Splice (2010) is about Genetic Engineering done by seriously disturbed experts. Sphere (1998) makes the point that experts tend to become undone by the brainwashing they have received. World Trade Center (2006) is another example of poor planning not properly protecting the public or government employees. In WarGames (1983), Office Space (1999), Enemy of the State (1998) the security experts are defeated. The movies Standard Operating Procedure (2008) Fast, Cheap and Out-of-Control (1997) by director Errol Morris are interesting comments on the bias of the conventional wisdom. Director specializes on making movies that show high-ranking persons dominated within their profession by their personal demons. A Beautiful Mind (2001) is about a disturbed expert who may have bias in this work due to mental illness. Proof (2005) is about the daughter of a mentally ill mathetician, who with out the education of her father makes major advancements in math. David Cronenberg 2008 movies about bias are The Dark Knight; The X-Files: I Want to Believe; I'm Not There; No Country for Old Men; The Life Before Her Eyes; Deception; Redbelt; Mamma Mia!; Bottle Shock; The Secret Life of Bees; What Just Happened; Frost/Nixon; Doubt; Beverly Hills Chihuahua; and 27 Dresses! Crash, The Da Vinci Code, Head in the Clouds, Marcia Full of Grace, The Notorious Betty Page, The Phantom of the Opera, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, Win a Date with Tad Hamilton, To Kill as Mockingbird, Too Beautiful for You, Trading Places, Training Day, Transamerica; Upclose and Personal are about the creation of bias or prejudice. The top movies chosen by various experts tend to focus on bias or prejudice or narrow-minded roles, such as West Side Story, To Kill a Mockingbird, Schindler's List (1993); Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964); The Experts (1989); Se7en (1995), Forrest Gump (1994), Saving Private Ryan (1998), L.A. Confidential (1997), No Country for Old Men (2007), There Will Be Blood (2007), Some Like It Hot (1959), The Elephant Man (1980), Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939), The Green Mile (1999), Million Dollar Baby (2004), The Sixth Sense (1999), The Big Lebowski (1998), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Gone with the Wind (1939), Little Miss Sunshine (2006), Juno (2007), The Philadelphia Story (1940), Network (1976), Unjust Cause (2003), and Harold and Maude (1971. The Experts are often wrong, normal and difficult to eliminate, and even with laws to prevent it, institutions have difficulty removing bias and generally certain classes of person earn much less than others for the same work. Bias can be cultural, racial, religious, educational, ethnic, gender, political, corporate, geographical, media, advertising, sociological, entertainment, personal, extremism or sensational, and scientific! )