‘Wall Street’ sequel, given timely themes, says nothing new
In 1987, Oliver Stone released “Wall Street,” intended as a critique of ’80s excess. This theme was embodied by the central character, a slimy corporate raider named Gordon Gekko, played to Oscar-winning perfection by Michael Douglas. Sadly, Stone’s film was an ideological failure — MBA students everywhere have since taken Gekko’s mantra, “greed is good,” to heart. read more

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