Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 7070

Average Rating: 2.5/4

# of Ratings: 107

Theatrical Release Date: 09/24/2010

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 12/21/2010

Language: English

Genre: Drama

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Director: Oliver Stone

Actors: Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Charlie Sheen, Josh Brolin, Carey Mulligan, Susan Sarandon

Plot: After being released from prison, disgraced Wall Street legend Gordon Gecko gets back into the game when a young trader, and his daughter's boyfriend, seeks his help. Despite the years, the game hasn't changed even as the economy teeters on the brink, and Gecko hasn't lost a step. -- Chris Kavan

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Rating of
3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 12/08/2013

Money can make you go crazy.

Rating of
0.5/4

dukeakasmudge - wrote on 08/01/2011

I didn't like the original to much & I didn't care for this 1 at all.If I had to choose between the 2 even though both versions weren't all that great, I'd say the 1st Wall Street was better

Rating of
1.5/4

Rod - wrote on 04/19/2011

"Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" is a story of a trader finds a mentor in a person of Gordon Gekko -once imprisoned and happened to be his fiance's hated father. OK. I can't remember why did I put it on to my "Movies I Want to See" list. Watching this film, it was as if I was waiting something to happen, but didn't happen after all. Boring one for me to watch. Or maybe, stocks, shares, bankers, (but not money =P ) and the like stuff just simply don't interest me at all. i didn't buy LaBeouf's performance here. And for Mulligan, well, she's been doing roles similar in here, no something new.

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Rating of
3/4

I still hate Shia LaBeouf

patjohnson76 - wrote on 10/04/2010

This film has its good and bad. For the good, it's great to see Gordon Gekko back on the screen again, even though he seems like a different character for most of the movie. The bad, this movie seems like it was a stand alone script that someone realized "hey, let's insert Gordon Gekko in here and make it a sequel!"

As such, some of the relationships don't work (Gekko had kids? Huh?). LaBeouf and Mulligan are too young to be as successful as they are. And once the film finally gets to getting us to the Gekko that we remember, by that time so many plot twists have happened that the film loses credibility.

However, like I said, it's nice to see Gekko again, and given Michael Douglas' health battles, an appreciation for his talents magnifies. If the original Wall Street is a movie …

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