Oliver Stone’s sequel to his 1987 Wall Street highlights the financial meltdown of 2008 – an all too relevant tale that may be grim, but is certainly never boring.
“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, when you boil it down, is an epistle of doom – but a goofily entertaining one. It’s not great, but it certainly gives you your money’s worth of overheated story-telling.” - Marshall Fine, Huffington Post
“At a time when we’ve seen several lacerating documentaries about the economic meltdown, and Michael Lewis’ The Big Short is on the best-seller lists, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps isn’t nearly as merciless as I expected. It’s an entertaining story about ambition, romance and predatory trading practices, but it seems more fascinated than angry. Is Stone suggesting this new reality has become embedded, and we’re stuck with it?” – Roger Ebert
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps opens Friday, Sept 24. Check out movie times here.