It's more entertaining than many sequels, but with Oliver Stone directing, a terrific cast, and a timely storyline that picks up where the original left off, Wall Street:
Davesaid on Monday, September 07, There were three or four of those scenes, all too long. Some of the drug scenes with him and Johana Hill could have been trimmed as well.
What makes the picture is some of the clever writing and character tight interaction, even with bit characters. Yelling works in cinema, but after awhile, it looses its effect and wares the viewer down. Marissasaid on Saturday, March 01, 8: At this point, "white Wall Street conmen experience meteoric rise and disgraceful plummet, as accompanied by prostitutes and drugs; cause us to question our own social values" isn't new ground to tread.
And honestly, nothing in this movie asks any questions that haven't been asked a million times, in similar explorations.
Lets celebrate Progress not Excess. DeeJaysaid on Sunday, January 26, 1: The best was Jonah hill acting like a complete jackass at times. Jonah Hill is very good too. That's saying a lot for me because I ma not a fan of Jonah Hill.
For the most part I agree completely with Richard here.
The movie is way too long and after a while you get worn down by watching this group of criminals in their excess and periods of self destruction.Jan 01, · Oliver Stone's indictment of the grasping yuppie ethos of the '80s took no prisoners, blasting fast-talking brokers, inside traders, corporate raiders, 4/5.
Wall Street Money Never Sleeps movie review for parents, featuring 15 categories of content including profanity, sex, violence and more. Movie Review - 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' - A Bull Market, A Bear Of A Film Director Oliver Stone turned down several offers to make a sequel to his hit Wall Street, for which Michael.
Review of movie Wall Street Essay - Review of movie Wall Street In the big city of New York there always exist those who push the envelope a bit, and stretch the law.
One such man played by Michael Douglas makes money buying and selling others' dreams. Dec 11, · Watch video · Super-slick, wickedly intelligent and definitely a thinking person's movie, "Wall Street" continues to strike a chord when looking back at a very unique time of American economic history.
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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps – Movie Review. Review by Stacey Tuttle. There is so much to discuss in the second installment of Wall Street I am overwhelmed trying to figure out where to .