• 电影名称 Wall Street

  • ——Every dream has a price.
  • 中文名称 华尔街
  •  类型  犯罪 / 戏剧
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  2 hr 6 min (126 min)
  • 上映时间 11 December 1987 (USA)
You can watch Wall Street and take it for face value. If you want to dothat, all you have to do is watch Michael Douglas, probably the mostunderrated actor of the last 30 years, give his greed speech. You will beamazed at this man's talent for delivering a performance. You can watchDaryl Hannah g...
Deceptively deep and complex picture from co-writer/director Oliver Stonepaints a vivid portrait of 1980s over-excesses as the age of "Me, Me, Me"(otherwise known as the 1980s) is explored through the eyes of a young,eager and impatient stockbroker (Charlie Sheen) who moonlights as a liaisonto a hea...
Wall Street is about those for whom material wealth takes precedence overmorality, and those for whom it does not. Moreover, it is the story of onewho is struggling to decide which of the two he is: greedy or ethical.Bud Fox is a young stock broker who only wishes to excel in life. Hisfather, Carl, ...
Wall Street (1987) is one of the films that defines the 80's AmericanLifestyle. A dog eat dog society fueled by greed, materialisticpossessions, excess and drugs. People preying on others, a world ofunscrupulous inside trading and the rise of yuppies. Oliver Stone isone of those film makers who knew...
First of all, it's amazing now to see how young, baby-faced and gaucheCharlie Sheen looks from this distance in time, particularly when he'strying to hit on Daryl Hannah.In today's dumbed down movie world, Gordon Gekko could have been scriptedand played exactly the same except for one thing: you'd n...
With his diabolical charm, slicked-back hair, city-college chip on hisshoulder, and era-defining "greed-is-good" mantra, Gordon Gekko may byone of the all-time great film roles. Michael Douglas's performance asGekko won a deserved Oscar in 1988 and makes "Wall Street" requiredviewing.There are two s...
I have seen this movie dozens of times. It is a must see for anycapitalistpig. Gordon Gekko remains one of the great movie villains, evil andruthless to the core. You will love the music by Stewart Copland andOliverStone's direction and co-writing of a great screenplay. I went to thisfilmexpecti...
I mainly purchased the DVD, because of two reasons: Michael Douglas andCharlie Sheen. I'm quite an admirer of both actors. I have virtually noknowledge about the stock market, or about stocks themselves. Those who arein the market or have vast knowledge about stocks will probably enjoy thefilm m...
Wall Street could have fit in very nicely in the theatres today. The bullmarket of the late 80's can be compared to the insane dot.com market of thelate 90's, the same mistakes made on Wall Street repeated themselves again. Hal Holbrook's character is the voice of reason in Wall Street, telling Bud...
Michael Douglas deservedly won an Oscar for his portrayal of the ruthless,chain-smoking capitalist guru, Gordon Gekko, who leads Charlie Sheen's BudFox down the garden path to Wall Street's hidden abyss. Good supportingcast includes Sean Young, James Spader, reliable Hal Holbrook, and thewonderful ...
Wall Street (1987)I finally got to watch Wall Street after hearing many friends mentionit, and a few really praise it. So with expectations a little bitprimed, I was underwhelmed by the opening minutes, and then furtherdiscouraged as it went, until by the end I was bored. Maybe thesweeping notion of...
Michael Douglas is so bad that he is so good in his role as Gordon Gekko in"Wall Street." With this performance, I can see why he is an academy awardwinner.Michael Douglas's performance in "Wall Street" made me realize that eachrole he turns in will turn into gold.I must give credit to Charlie Sheen...
Epochal film from the 80's, which has almost unbelievably, in today'spost Merrill Lynch / Northern Rock (depending on which side of the pondyou're on) banking debacles become topical again, so much so that asame director / same star follow-up is reportedly in the making.It will have to go some thoug...
I did think that this movie was pretty good. I was quite excited when Iwent into this movie as I was aware of the mostly positive reviews thatit had received over the last two decades. I must say that I do notbelieve this film quite lives up to the hype and all the positivethings that I had heard ab...
As Bud Fox in Wall Street, Charlie Sheen knows only one thing, he doesnot want the life his blue collar father and real life father MartinSheen has. He's a child of the Eighties and wants to make money fastand live the good life. Inpatient with working in a brokerage house where he's barely breaking...
`Greed is Good': Oliver Stone's satire-cum-documentary on the superficialworld of Wall Street bank is among his best. After his success on `Platoon'which he won an Oscar for, this is a brilliant follow-up. Giving the rathercomplicated subject matter, this isn't one for those with short attentionspan...
Wall street is one of those movies you can watch over and over again.While it might not be as appealing to those who are less interested inthe fields of economics and business, it's still worth a watch.The acting is mostly outstanding, Michael Douglas makes a legendaryappearance in his role as Gordo...
After making "Platoon" in 1986, film director Oliver Stone decided toonce again cast Charlie Sheen as a youth caught up in loyalties betweentwo conflicting father figures. Only this time instead of caughtbetween two opposing sergeants in the jungles of Vietnam, he's a WallStreet broker and his oppos...
As with Platoon (1986), director Oliver Stone captures the horrificessence of an environment and transfers it to us without the need forprior knowledge. Wall Street is dazzling film-making, and featuresMichael Douglas as a wealthy, unscrupulous corporate raider and CharlieSheen as a young stockbroke...
Make no mistake, Wall Street is a film written by men; made by men;about men and for men. It's a study of conflicting egos and thedog-eat-dog mentality. Wall Street also seems to double up as a 1980sversion of 'dawn of man' cavemen attempting to get 'one up' on theirrivals and closest friends. You c...
Poverty sucks....all the phrases we heard in the mid-80's to justifymaxxing out our gold cards, working fifty or more hours a week,climbing the corporate ladder to get more, more, more. Have we learnedanything? Charlie Sheen is excellent, and never looked better (at thispoint he was not as marred by...
"Wall Street", written and directed by multiple Oscar Winning directorOliver Stone, is a remarkable picture that captures the fundamentalcharacteristics of many of Stone's films: greed, ambition,relationships and the seemingly inherent desire to make as much moneyas possible in the smallest time fra...
Oliver Stone if nothing else is the most controversial director inhistory. He is not afraid to take on any subject, portray any opinionand in the process tends to bring out the best in great actors. Evenwhen he does a really bad film (and there has been a few...Alexanderfor instance) he still manage...
I read a critic complaining about "too much techno babble" but anyprofessional in the game loves it.Naturally, the "greed is good" speech stands out above many great "Gekko"quotes. My favorite has to do with the "illusion of wealth."The other great quote that comes to mind is when Martin Sheen tells...
This only got a 7? I can't for the sake of me see why this should get noless than a 9 because this is Oliver Stone during his peak years (whichsadly ended after the phenomenal JFK). Stone does an excellent job givingthe audience a quick-n'-dirty overview of how wall street operates insimple, layma...
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