• PG-13, 2 hr. 13 min.
  • Drama
  • Directed By:
    Oliver Stone
    In Theaters:
    Sep 24, 2010 Wide
    On DVD:
    Dec 21, 2010
  • 20th Century Fox


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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Reviews

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Will Chadwick
We Got This Covered

Lazy directing on the behalf of Oliver Stone, the miscasting of Shia LaBeouf and an often incomprehensible plot turn this film into a total mess.

Full Review Source: We Got This Covered | Original Score: 4/10

November 9, 2013
Jeff Beck

The bottom line on "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" is that it is sprinkled with inspired scenes, but is never able to fully engage the viewer because of its meandering and unfocused storylines.

Full Review Source: Examiner.com | Original Score: 2.5/4

September 22, 2012
Laurence Boyce
The Baltic Times

As a comment on the recession it's a spineless failure, but as a piece of entertaining fluff it does its job well.

Full Review Source: The Baltic Times | Original Score: 3/5

December 13, 2011
Stephen Lambrechts
IGN Movies AU

Maybe Stone's growth as a filmmaker mirrors that of Gordon's as a person; having had time to calm down a bit over the years, he seems to have settled into a more relaxed state.

Full Review Source: IGN Movies AU | Original Score: 3/5

November 15, 2011
Dave White

In the midst of all the incomprehensible money-babble, there are still pit stops of entertainment.

Full Review Source: Movies.com | Original Score: 2.5/5

April 4, 2011
Joshua Starnes

There really is a lot to like about Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps but ultimately, like the trader's they're chronicling, the filmmakers are unable to resist the impulse to have their cake and eat it too.

Full Review Source: ComingSoon.net | Original Score: 6.5/10

March 7, 2011
Jeffrey Chen
Window to the Movies

Those who see [Gordon Gekko] as an antihero worthy of redemption might find this kinder, gentler Wall Street worth sitting through.

Full Review Source: Window to the Movies | Original Score: 6/10

February 2, 2011
Jason Best
Movie Talk

Stone has missed the moment with his belated sequel ... Instead of being ahead of the game, he's now lagging behind [and] he's made a movie that already seems out of date.

Full Review Source: Movie Talk

January 25, 2011
David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

A decidedly inferior sequel.

Full Review Source: Reel Film Reviews | Original Score: 2/4

January 2, 2011
Peter Canavese
Groucho Reviews

Though the carpe diem theme comes as something of a surprise, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps makes its political points, with 'moral hazard'—the dark side of second chances—the film’s punny refrain.

Full Review Source: Groucho Reviews | Original Score: 3/4

December 31, 2010
James Plath
Movie Metropolis

Maybe "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" doesn't pack the punch of the original because there's no revelation.

Full Review Source: Movie Metropolis | Original Score: 6/10

December 28, 2010
Sean Axmaker

[Oliver] Stone uses a lot of visual effects to give some energy to a very conventional story...

Full Review Source: Seanax.com

December 21, 2010
Fernando F. Croce

Lacks the sting of recent documentaries on Wall Street's sanguine hands

Full Review Source: CinePassion

December 6, 2010
Linda Cook
KWQC-TV (Iowa)

Gordon Gekko is back, but he's not as powerful a force as he once was.

Full Review Source: KWQC-TV (Iowa) | Original Score: 2.5/4

October 30, 2010
Bruce Bennett
Spectrum (St. George, Utah)

While the film looks as sharp as a three piece pinstripe from Bloomingdales, featuring some nice character-driven moments, its bubble bursts in an ending that feels compromised.

Full Review Source: Spectrum (St. George, Utah) | Original Score: B-

October 25, 2010
Jeff Meyers
Metro Times (Detroit, MI)

...lest you miss the sledgehammer subtext of Stone's sequel, there are plenty of shots of bubbles blowing through the sky.

Full Review Source: Metro Times (Detroit, MI) | Original Score: C+

October 22, 2010
Simon Miraudo

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is a flashy, timely, and mostly engaging drama, but it's really nothing without Michael Douglas, who drags Gordon Gekko out of the 'Eighties Villains Hall of Fame' for a victory lap.

Full Review Source: Quickflix | Original Score: 3/5

October 21, 2010
Rob Gonsalves

Michael Douglas does what he can.

Full Review Source: eFilmCritic.com | Original Score: 3/5

October 19, 2010

A lumbering beast that's stately where it should be nimble. Best stick with the original film.

Full Review Source: Film4 | Original Score: 2.5/5

October 13, 2010
Michael Bonner
Uncut Magazine [UK]

Gekko's resurrection is disappointing. This isn't a savage satire on corrupt business practices. No. It's a relationship drama.

Full Review Source: Uncut Magazine [UK]

October 13, 2010
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