Gordon Gekko Is Back In The First Teaser For WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS

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Gordon Gekko Is Back In The First Teaser For WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS
I wish I didn't care but I do.  The first trailer for Oliver Stone's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps has arrived and it appears to have been edited together based on the rules of some inexperienced college kid's 'How To Cut A Movie Trailer' textbook.  Douglas looks pretty good, though. The phone gag is funny. Shia is as beefy as ever and a born rebel, which we know because he rides a motorcycle to the sound of rock music.

Emerging from a lengthy prison stint, Gordon Gekko finds himself on the outside of a world he once dominated. Looking to repair his damaged relationship with his daughter, Gekko forms an alliance with her fiancé Jacob (Shia LaBeouf), and Jacob begins to see him as a father figure. But Jacob learns the hard way that Gekko - still a master manipulator and player - is after something very different from redemption.

It's been a while since Stone made something that did anything for me at all but I refuse to give up hope that somehow this will manage to be better than the trailer.
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Oliver StoneAllan LoebStephen SchiffStanley WeiserRichard StrattonHarry KerriganMichael DouglasCarey MulliganDrama

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mrhibbertJanuary 29, 2010 5:43 AM

That was worryingly good. I saw the trailer on the front page of imdb, had a bit of a laugh that they'd actually make a sequel to to Wall Street (take into consideration I haven't seen it). But yeah, I want to check out the original now.

cuckooJanuary 29, 2010 8:14 AM

Looks utterly ridiculous, predictably.

And I think we've all had enough now of the let's-make- Shia-LaBeouf-a-star-actor experiment.

zinjoJanuary 29, 2010 2:10 PM

I find it puzzling you'd be amused about the sequel of a movie you've never seen...

For its time, Wall Street was rather good. It was one of the few films that questioned the rampant greed of the Reagan 80's.... It questioned the actual value of money in American society and how some people view themselves because of it.

zinjoJanuary 29, 2010 2:10 PM

I find it puzzling you'd be amused about the sequel of a movie you've never seen...

For its time, Wall Street was rather good. It was one of the few films that questioned the rampant greed of the Reagan 80's.... It questioned the actual value of money in American society and how some people view themselves because of it.