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    Default Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

    just a saw an advance screening of Oliver Stone's film in georgetown and LOVED it! The cast is a dream, esp Shia & Josh Brolin. Carey Mulligan is luminous, Sarandon is good, Michael Douglas is brilliant and there are a few surprises, so don't leave your seat once the lights go down.

    I'd def see it again, i missed some of the cameos and it's a good story.
    The imdb trivia on Shia.....he spent serious time with hedgefund guys & used his own money. Shia took 20k and turned it into 400k



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    "the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone"

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    I'm thinking this must be a POS. They are pushing it HARD around here, the TV and radio stations are giving away free opening day tickets.
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    i've heard people say it was good.

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    I thought the first one sucked. This will be a wait for cable one for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I'm thinking this must be a POS. They are pushing it HARD around here...
    Sorry, what's a POS?
    "the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone"

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    POS: piece of shit


    Its hasn't gotten very good reviews, but not horrible reviews either. I will catch it when its on PPV. Might have to watch the first one again too, which I'm sure will be on a LOT.

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    Meh. It wasn't terrible, but not very compelling either. I was kind of bored. I only saw it because it looked like the best of a lame lot.

    I hope never to see Charlie Sheen in an extreme closeup on the big screen again. He is so ugly, it was a painful cameo. I didn't know Eli Wallach was still alive. He is almost 95 and looks like he's barely hanging on. Josh Brolin was very well cast. I'm not a fan of Shia LaBoeuf. He doesn't have much screen presence.

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    Saw the movie last night - it was so-so. I really liked the first Wall Street and knew going in that this one wasn't getting as good reviews, but I was still a little disappointed. It could have been better. I didn't think the casting of Michelle Williams was great and Shia is too young to play the part he had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Relise View Post
    Saw the movie last night - it was so-so. I really liked the first Wall Street and knew going in that this one wasn't getting as good reviews, but I was still a little disappointed. It could have been better. I didn't think the casting of Michelle Williams was great and Shia is too young to play the part he had.

    Um, Michelle Williams was not in 'Money Never Sleeps'
    are you referring to Carey Mulligan?
    "the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone"

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