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Film Genre: Drama
Budget: $ 70 million
Country of Origin: United States
Year of Release: 2010
Director: Oliver Stone
Screenwriter: Allan Loeb, Stephen Schiff, Stanley Weiser
Operator: Rodrigo Prieto
Somposer: Craig Armstrong
Actors: Shia LaBeouf, Michael Douglas, Carey Mulligan, Richard Stratton, Thomas Belesis, Frank Langella, Josh Brolin, Vanessa Ferlito, Eli Wallach, Susan Sarandon, Jason Clarke
IMDB: 6.3

Gordon Gekko - a former corporate raider who served his term in prison, comes out of it in the new world that has changed significantly during this time. The world is facing a financial crisis, and the methods of Gordon significantly outdated and reputation plays against him. He met with Jacob Moore, a young trader who communicated with Gordon chooses its partners in. Jacob Gordon offers a deal - it helps to establish a relationship with the daughter of Gordon, who, in turn, helps Jacob upstairs financial ladder. Here you can download Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps 1080p Full Free movie HD.

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Shaggy, unshaven and slightly confused Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) is released from prison, where served eight years for financial fraud. Suspicion that the familiar world has changed dramatically confirmed immediately outside the gate, where Gekko accompanies him an indescribable look not intended limousine. Former titan of Wall Street, however, is not lost, and after a few years produces a thick book, which warns humanity of the impending financial crisis. At the presentation, he met with a brisk young man named Jake Moore (Shia LaBeouf), giving him ten minutes after the announcement that he marries the daughter of Gekko, Winnie (Carey Mulligan). Winnie herself dad does not even want to see. Immediately is the first transaction, followed by a second, more serious: Gordon Gekko is combined with the future in-law against Brett James (Josh Brolin), the man who failed bank, where he worked as Jake. Gekko back in the game he loves. But something is clearly wrong: the financiers are concerned about the coming crisis, the young broker Moore - relations with the bride, and Oliver Stone seems to be ready to pay attention to everything in the world, but what's really interesting - Gekko return to the world of big money. Diligence with which Stone is trying to convey to the public the causes and signs of the financial crisis, downright annoying. To educate the spectator connected even Jake Moore's mother (Susan Sarandon), a hapless rieltorsha, rehypothecate own home. And, of course, bubbles. Beautiful, silent burst bubbles shown often as possible, large and meaningful to draw a parallel guessed even the dumbest investor (the viewer). This soap is surrounded by the whole plot. Especially when I want to see Gordon Gekko and follow the next scam, have to be content forever with wet eyes of his daughter, son-in-confused person or, in extreme cases, frowning faces brokers. Instead of exciting sightings of sharks of capitalism - motorcycle race. And instead of the canonical "greed - it's good," something quite unseemly for Gekko. As a result, Stone simply destroyed his character, not really giving him a word, nor place, intentionally impaired a little the most favorable scene 25th moralizing frame. Gordon Gekko still impozanten good and, unlike his opponent in a crimson jacket. But his thirst for expensive things now seem manic and even the famous hair combed back, give marasmus. In relation to Gekko's daughter behaves just vulgar and changing "for the better" only under the influence of reasons more than soap-opera, which in the previous film director would hesitate to even hint. Ends this family saga exchange respectively - cheerful children's holiday with squeaks and squeals. And, of course, the next portion of soap bubbles.