New ‘Wall Street 2’ Movie Delivered Drama & Lots Of Money Scandals
New ‘Wall Street 2’ movie delivered drama & lots of money scandals. 20th Century Fox released their new drama flick “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” into theaters this weekend. I just got through checking it out,and I agree with the top critics positive review of the film.
It delivered an interesting storyline,filled with lots of drama,money scandals,and more. The movie stars: Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Josh Brolin, Frank Langella, Carey Mulligan, Susan Sarandon, Vanessa Ferlito, and Charlie Sheen.
“Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” revolved around character Jake Moore (Shia LaBeouf) who worked for character Louis Zabel (Frank Langella) at his firm. However,when character Bretton James (Josh Brolin) who works for another bank,spreads a negative rumor about Zabel’s company,everything collapses,causing Jake to loose his job,along with a lot of other people.
Meanwhile, Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) gets out of prison after serving 8 years,and eventually starts a bit of a friendly relationship with Jake. Jake in an effort to get back at Bretton, starts a rumor of his own about his company that captures Bretton’s attention. The attention lands Jake a job with Bretton’s company. However, that business relationship doesn’t last very long after Jake finds out just how evil and conniving Bretton really is.
Jake quits working there,and attempts to invest in a new,breakthrough energy company,but gets double-crossed by Gordon,and loses his girlfriend Winnie Gekko (Carey Mulligan) in the process. It concludes with a surprising ending that includes scandals being brought to the surface and an unlikely charitable deed.
I enjoyed watching the movie. The storyline kept me interested the entire time. It delivered one money scandal after another in the fast-paced world of Wall Street,along with intense drama scenes with the emotional,sensitive Winnie Gekko character who just always seemed to get upset pretty easily. Although she did have some happy moments.
I thought Michael Douglas did a great job reprising the Gordon Gekko character. I gave this move a B grade. “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” is in theaters now. Get your movie tickets at Fandango by Clicking Here. Follow us on Facebook for more movie news, reviews,and more by Clicking Here.