Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Two Line Reviews - #111

Movie: Wallstreet (1987)

Plot: A stockbroker at the New York stock exchange, with aims of making quick big bucks, impresses and joins with giant businessman Gordon Gekko and just when he keeps going great,he understands how he's being played with in a game of greed.He ends up trying to impart on the business eagle,some of his own wicked lessons

  • The movie runs as fast as the ups and downs of stocks shown in it - Goes at a terrific speed.
  • Michael Douglas displays charisma and towers above others as the enigmatic wily biz giant.
  • Charlie Sheen plays his role perfectly,losing out to greed,realising it in the end & the other Sheen rocks in the few scenes he appears in.
  • The one liners on money are practical & crisp.

Some of the financial jargons are difficult to follow.

My Rating: 9.1/10

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