Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010) Rated PG-13

 Gordon Gekko is now out of prison and works with his idealistic future son-in-law to get back at a former enemy and build back his empire. Starring Richard Stratton, Harry Kerrigan, and Michael Douglas. 

I just never got the sense that Wall Street needed a sequel, and while this film gives a good story to what happens next, the film is boring. Nothing is intriguing. Nothing is interesting. The acting is good, but what about the story behind the scenes? I think part of it is thay you need to understand Wall Street, which I don’t. The film, overall, looses traction as it goes and really doesn’t get it back. Thus, the film is not worth the watch. 

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