Wall Street

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In this riveting, behind-the-scenes look at big business in the 1980’s, an ambitious young broker (Charlie Sheen) is lured into the illegal, lucrative world of corporate espionage when he is seduced by the power, status and financial wizardry of Wall Street legend Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas). But he soon discovers that the pursuit of overnight riches comes at a price that’s too high to pay.Amazon.com essential video
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Wall Street

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  1. This movie was not very good. The movie was slow, boring and the plot was not a good one. Better luck next time guys, need to burn this one.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Wall Street is my favorite movie of all time, but after buying the VHS tape and then the original DVD release, I’ll be damned if I’m gonna buy this movie again! I guess if you don’t own it already, then you may as well buy this version. For the rest of us, it’s just the exact same movie repackaged again.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. I can’t find a positive thing to say about this film. The acting, the plot, the dialogue, it’s all completely horrendous. Don’t waste your life watching it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I didn’t like this movie. It was VERY dull and confusing, and it was nearly impossible to relate to, sympathize with or understand any of the characters. The acting was pretty good, but overall I just couldn’t wait for the movie to be over!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Director Oliver Stone, the quintessential American left-winger, delivers a nasty critique of Wall Street. Indeed, this movie is vociferously anti-capitalist. Oliver Stone clearly had an agenda with this one, as he has with many of his movies. Stone is more concerned with the agenda than he is with the actual film.

    Stone delivers a number of myths with this film, for instance that wealth is a “zero-sum game”, or that America is a “second-rate power”. Gekko’s allegedly pro-capitalist arguments are done so poorly that you have to realize that Stone had a major agenda with this movie. It’s amazing that American corporations produce this stuff.

    Note that Martin Sheen’s character is Stone’s mouthpiece. Stone agrees with everything he says.

    Oliver Stone hates Wall Street, he hates capitalism, and he hates America.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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