"Wall Street: Money Never
Sequel. Rated PG-13. 2 hours, 16 minutes.
by 20th Century Fox
Douglas, Shia LaBeouf in Oliver Stone's Wall Street:
Money Never Sleeps - 2010.
Michael Douglas returns
as Gordon Gekko, which continues from the last movie made 23 years
The movie begins as
he is getting out of prison on an eight-year sentence for insider
trading and other illegal activities. As everyone is getting out
of prison, he finds there is no one there to pick him up.
Shia LeBeouf plays
Jacob Moore who is an investment banker working for a firm called
Zabel Keller. This company is on the verge of collapse, but Jacob
decides to weather the storm hoping things will get better. However,
the company is bought out by a wealthy man named Bretton James
(Josh Brolin) for only $3.00 a share. Mr. Keller, owner of Zabel
Keller, is embarrassed and heartbroken, then jumps in front of
a subway train to his demise.
Moore's personal life
is turned upside down after losing his boss and mentor. He currently
lives with Gekko's daughter (played by Carey Mulligan-which is
his real-life girlfriend, by the way) and wants to marry her.
He finally meets Gordon Gekko at a book signing event and is intrigued
by him. Jake informs him that he is about to marry his daughter
and that gets Gekko's attention. Gekko then wants to see his daughter,
but she never wants to speak to him again. She never forgave him
for not doing enough to save her brother from drug addiction.
keeps the relationship with Gekko a secret from his daughter,
even as he tries to set up a dinner for both of them to reconcile.
Jacob confides in Gekko as he tries to get revenge against Bretton
James for doing what he did to Mr. Keller's firm.
Wall Street: Money
Never Sleeps is rated PG-13 for brief strong language and
thematic elements. It was distributed by 20th Century Fox.
The movie is directed
by Oliver Stone and reflects on the real-life financial crisis
credit: 20th Century Fox
Street: Money Never Sleeps movie poster