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Wall Street
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Drama
  • Year: 2010
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English: DTS 5.1 HD / Spanish & French: Mono
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English, French & Spanish
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Wall Street Filmmaker Signature Series
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Drama
  • Year: 1987
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Wall Street w/ Icons O-Ring
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Drama
  • Year: 1987
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English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Spanish Mono, French Mono

Synopsis

Feel the need for greed with the Wall Street Insider Trading Edition, featuring an all-new scrolling trivia track chronicling the financial, political and cultural events of the freewheeling ’80s and more! Michael Douglas received the 1987 Best Actor Academy Award® for his powerful performance as Gordon Gekko, a financial wizard who lures an ambitious young stockbroker (Charlie Sheen) into the illegal, lucrative world of corporate espionage in this gripping morality tale about the American dream gone wrong.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

**Commentary by Director Oliver Stone
**Greed Is Good
**Deleted Scenes with Commentary by Director Oliver Stone
**Money Never Sleeps — The Making of Wall Street
**Fox Movie Channel presents Fox Legacy with Tom Rothman

Cast & Crew

Michael Douglas ... Gordon Gekko
Charlie Sheen ... Bud Fox
Daryl Hannah ... Darien Taylor
Martin Sheen ... Carl Fox
Terence Stamp ... Sir Larry Wildman
Sean Young ... Kate Gekko
Sylvia Miles ... Realtor

Reviews

Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times | January 01, 2000

Stone's most impressive achievement in this film is to allow all the financial wheeling and dealing to seem complicated and convincing, and yet always have it make sense.

James Berardinelli ReelViews | December 11, 1987

Wall Street, in large part due to the timing of its release, became more than just a movie. It became a declaration of the moral bankruptcy infiltrating elements of society, and Gekko's words were an ode to that philosophy.