Directed by Oliver Stone, Edward R. Pressman Films, 2010. Starring Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Carrey Mulligan, and Josh Brolin.
I am not sure what to say about Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Part of me felt like a prize idiot because I could not follow the all financial minutia; while I felt like I was brow-beaten with the character’s dilemmas with odd camera tricks and a predictable story.
For once I am not sure if I liked a movie or not. I was a little disappointed in Gordon Gekko: I wanted him to be more dynamic and omnipotent like he was in Wall Street. Josh Brolin (the antagonist) was a bit ho-hum, and Shia LaBeouf had a decent character arc but he was almost not emotional enough for what he went through in the film.
Very rarely do I walk away from a film not knowing if I should recommend it or discourage people from seeing it. This one is up to you all to decide. But give me your thoughts if you have seen Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.
Favorite thing: the large NYC apartments.
Least favorite: The soundtrack.
Possibility of a sequel? Perhaps or maybe a prequel with the origin of Gordon Gekko.
Did the previews ruin the story? No, but a lot of the good lines were shown.
Length: 133 minutes
Review: 5 out of 10
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