Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

As the global economy teeters on the brink of disaster, a young Wall Street trader partners with disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko on a two tiered mission: To alert the financial community to the coming doom, and to find out who was responsible for the death of the young trader's mentor.

Jake Moore, a young man working in the investment firm, felling into fierce battles with rivals. In that war, Jake sees the new image of a teacher at Gordon Gekko erudite. At the same time, Gekko is also shunned father of Jake's fiance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps torrent reviews

Scott W (br) wrote: I'm such a great fan of L.M. Montgomery's novels that I can't really forgive some of the liberties that Sullivan took with the original stories. That said, this is still fairly decent. I would have preferred to see Megan Follows as Anne rather than Barbara Hershey but Hannah Endicott-Douglas did a pretty good job as Young Anne. I loved the little cameo by Patricia Hamilton as Mrs. Lynde.

Keelan O (es) wrote: Honestly I was extremely dissapointed by this movie. It was filled with a whole bunch of twists that may have been interesting, given their own movie, but altogether it just made for a lousy blend of crappy acting and disjointed storytelling. Aside from that, it has the depressing quality of not being enough of a monster movie or a thriller to really get itself moving. It honestly seems like the writers couldn't even decide where it was going. It had promise but eventually just spiraled into an indecipherable mess, with the plot twist making the story actually LESS interesting.

Stefano C (us) wrote: Il film pi di genere all'interno della saga fino ad ora, ha una serie di belle robette. Niente male!

Greg W (de) wrote: good crime drama and matt dillon's directorial debut

Tom (br) wrote: One of the best, and so true for those of us who have lost those closest to us in this pandemic

Molly R (au) wrote: A funny look at gender roles.

ruuudager S (mx) wrote: it took my nickel/hart

Ryan V (gb) wrote: Billy Bigelow (Gordon MacRae) is a two-bit carousel barker who blunders into a marriage with naive factory worker Julie Jordan (Shirley Jones). Their flaccid relationship is complicated by a pregnancy that convinces the unreliable Bigelow to acquire a quick score illegally. Things turn tragic and this musical ends on a metaphysical note. Adapted from Ferenc Molnar's dire play Liliom, Carousel may have the highest storytelling ambition of any work by Rodgers & Hammerstein. While this screen rendition has a bit of dated schmaltz, there's also some impressive ballets and a wonderful set of songs that include gems like "If I Loved You", "You'll Never Walk Alone", "Soliloquy", and the gripping "Carousel Waltz".

Orlok N (it) wrote: A nice diversion with great acting and some good suspense!!

Sean K (ru) wrote: Stone is an odd film in a few ways than one, but still, it's a well acted movie at its moments (although Norton's gangster character seems laughable at times) and it has a good pacing to help keep the viewer interested when the movie loses it's pacing. The film starts out with a shocking scene in which a younger version of Deniro's character is shown threatening to throw his own child out the window if his wife leaves him. She says she will always stay after saying she wanted out of this shell of a life only moments before. The movie then jumps a few twenty or so years into the future and goes on with deniro dueling with a Edward norton who is a convicted arsonist trying to find redemption. Some scenes between the two are great and others are just flat out boring. We find Norton's wife trying to convince Deniro to give her husband a chance, but her motives are unclear as with the whole movies message. Many of the characters motives come across unclear and in the end, the movie ends with a few questions unaswered. The film is an interesting one and will surely keep you entertained and puzzled throughout. The movie shows just how hard it is to straighten your life but it does so without any bravura, and instead we get a well acted thriller (at times) with a confusing message that will leave the viewer wanting a little more than what was given...

Bill M (it) wrote: Egoyan is one of the most literary of all filmmakers.