As a film, it had merit. As a nod to one of the best bets between business colleagues in history (if you don't get it, nevermind), it fell short.
There are many different forms in telling a story, one the most prominent being films.
However, over the last - I'll be nice - 40 years I'd say the industries have migrated to different purposes, among other things.
Books are the best medium for telling a story, in my opinion. You have little-to-no need for images; only words. All things considered - meaning the current time period and average Intelligence Quotient - a book is your intellectual focus. Like all other industries, you have your mentally impaired, but as I said, its a given.
Movies? Movies are now the equivalent of a picture book. Either you're watching this movie because you were too lazy to read the book, or you just want to see the pretty (pritty) pictures. I see no quality behind any movie production, beyond the need to pay the staff and the rest of the sleezy movie industry. Personally, I could do without videos. If I wanted to see what a character would look like, if represented, I'd arbitrarily make the decision, or ask a friend for their input.
It's all about having an imagination!