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cab540a650 The film's reception was mixed, review tallying website Rotten Tomatoes reported a rating of 55%, based on a sample of 221 reviews; the site's consensus reading "It's more entertaining than many sequels, but with Oliver Stone directing, a terrific cast, and a timely storyline that picks up where the original left off, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps should be better," for comparison, Wall Street (1987) had achieved a 78% positive rating. Joe Neumaier of the New York Daily News publication awarded it five out of five stars saying that it is a sharp sequel that is worthy of its investment. ^ Delevinge, Lawrence (September 9, 2009). "Wall Street 2 Plot and Villain Revealed". "Wall Street 2: Hedge Fund Is Villain, Shia LaBeouf To Join Michael Douglas". Director: D.J. Gekko confronts Bretton about what he did to him and also to Zabel. Zabel Trader Frank Langella . References. ^ Snider, Eric R.
The Wall Street Journal (Dow Jones & Company, Inc). ^ Toomey, Mattew (September 10, 2010). One year later, Gekko is seen at his grandson Louis's first birthday party, along with Jacob's mother and Jacob and Winnie's friends. Television personality Natalie Morales, Vanity Fair magazine editor Graydon Carter, economist Nouriel Roubini, financier Warren Buffett and director Stone's mother have minor roles in the film. Jim Cramer also makes a brief appearance after Stone cast him because he was a former hedge fund manager. Stone, who had a cameo in the first film, plays a similarly brief role in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Retrieved January 3, 2009. Bretton mocks him that no one cares what Gekko knows or thinks anymore. October 20, 2009. June 15, 2009.