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The full title of Oliver Stone’s hectic new chapter in the Gordon Gekko cycle — a conventional sequel that is also a corrective, a parody and a sly act of auto-homage — is “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” and the movie has an insomniac restlessness that is by turns thrilling and enervating. It is as volatile as the Dow Jones on a day of seesaw, high-volume trading, as Mr. Stone and the screenwriters (Allan Loeb and Stephen Schiff) scramble to capture the cacophonous cultural rhythms of right now, not so long ago and some vaguely recollected bygone age when things were different.
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Great movie, worth every penny. You can never go wrong with a Blu-ray disc. I love the fact that you also get a digital copy, this allows you to load on your PS3, laptop or your Ipad.
Great Movie.Another one of my favorite movies.Michael Douglas & Shia Labeouf at their best.Two Thumbs Up.
The story is an extension of the orignal film "Wall Street" after the character played by Michael Douglas (Gordon Gekko) gets out of prison. He is immersed in a world similar to his own, ut not the same. But he quickly adapts and manipulates things so he can have his way. I the end, he chooses to mend his ways to become a true father. And in end he is nearer redemption.
But using nuclear fusion as one of the core. I think it is a long way off as of this writing (we cannot get electric cars off the ground, economy-wise). But the scenes and plots are based on real life like the housing bust. And some people spending a lot of money on luxury when others are in their times of need. In reality I guess some rich people do not care about others beneath them.
Some of the plots and presentations I find exaggerated. I like trading and investing myself and this is why the movie appeals to me. I like it more for the drama and I am not disappointed.
A good follow up to the earlier Wall Street, this one picks up years later after Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) serves his time for insider trading and has to catch up with the world. At a lecture at his alma mater, Fordham University, he meets a Fordham alum (Shey LeBouf) who is dating his estranged daugher. Looking to avenge the people who caused the demise of his mentor, leBouf teams up with Gekko in another financial scheme. But will Gekko share in the booty, or will he do as he has done and take it all. Fast paced and well acted.
A very good movie where you combine the return to Wall Street from jail of Michael Douglas´character and how things end affecting his own family again while he conquers the powerful position he had abandoned years ago. More than two enjoyable hours which seem to pass by very quickly.
The original in my estimation was a quick peek into the greed of corporate America and a grand stage for Michael Douglas. This film picked up there and portrayed what greed currently looks like on Wall Street. I had been warned that this movie sucked and I am far from a Shea fan but this movie is excellent. If you have the opportunity, buy it.
I would buy this movie again...it was real good..love Michael Douglas in all his movies. I didn't dislike anything about this movie. I thought it had good actors in it.
Good movie in which it teaches you and idea of how you can play around and make some money avoiding the rules and getting greede
Amazing movie, with perfect continuance of first movie. Oliver Stone out does himself again and again.