interesting film. great entertainment. nice looking powerful men to watch. lacked romance and a bit cold but well worth watching.
Still a classic movie after all these years. I remember the days well and the dress code for the office. Gee computers have changed a lot since then!
This movie made me incredibly tense as we knew that the protagonist was riding for a fall from the outset. It reminded me of The Bonfire of the Vanities by Thomas Wolfe.
I had never seen this movie before, so this was the first time for me. I thought it was only okay, for me it seemed to lack something.
Still relevant. Nice to see how far technology has come in a couple of decades. Michael Douglas doesn't disappoint. Worth seeing if only to see the BEFORE pictures of Charlie Sheen.
Could come off as dull to some due to the technical nature of the dialogue and the frequent references to stocks and whatnot, but Wall Street is an interesting tale about greed and one's desire to move up in the world. Charlie Sheen is great, and Michael Douglas' performance as Gordon Gekko is incredible.
No wonder that the world is in a financial mess!!! We are all too greedy without thinking of the consequences. The acorts good acting bring reality to the problem.
I watched this after having seen the sequel, Money Never Sleeps, but I enjoyed this one a lot more. Charlie Sheen is so-so, though different than anything I've seen him in before, but it's Michael Douglas's film to shine. He's great in the film, and definitely makes it worth watching. A minor classic.
A mediaeval morality tale for the twentieth century? Almost
Love Michael Douglas and good to see Charllie Sheen before he became too full of himself!!! This was really quite reflective of the type of thing that did and probably does go on in the stock market. I am looking forward to Wall Street 2...
Had never seen this movie, and as it is considered one of the great classics and a must-see, i was extremely dissapointed with the ending. It seemed to have that tension and suspense built up, but never followed through at the end.
Only worth watching for Michael Douglas
What little people don't know is that Oliver Stone based the movie on his father's life - who was a in-debt stock broker on Wall Street for 50 years. I think the movie is brillant - yea, maybe predictable in parts (but, what movie isn't?)
Worth watching simply for the performances of Martin and Charlie Sheen, Michael Douglas. This movie has an excellent grasp of conniving and manipulation and delivers well.
The only draw-back was that the supporting cast was not utilized well.
One of the best finance films ever - a must see
Greed is good! You heard it here first. Well maybe not but you just may hear it here best.
A very dated look at the seedy side of the finance world. Michael Douglas is a little too convincing as Gordon Gekko whilst Darryl Hannah is there for her looks only.
Shows how the rich really are the insiders (and profit takers) of Wall Street
Good background to the way the fincancial sector functions with an entertaining storyline.
Very predictable with a poor ending. Historically interesting but that's all.