NY Timeout - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Review

NY Timeout - The first Wall Street was something extraordinary: a large lump of Hollywood’s money thrown behind an indictment fresh off the front page. Its director, Oliver Stone, was at the peak of his clout in 1987; Platoon was still in theaters. And the idea of America’s self-appointed guilt-bearer taking on the nouveau riche was a big deal. Mere weeks after Black Monday, you could watch the Sheens (Charlie and Martin) agonizing over the size of their respective wallets.

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