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1987 Movie Review: WALLSTREET, 1987


Movie Reviews

Directed by Oliver Stone
Starring: Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen
Review by Mike Peters


In 1985, an ambitious young broker, Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) is lured into the illegal, lucrative world of corporate espionage when he is seduced by the power, status and financial wizardry of Wall Street legend Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas). 1,192 more words

Jason Broderick Wynn (Redeemer)

Back to Levi, we see another villain from Spawn, this time the one who materially sets everything in motion: Jason Wynn, portrayed by… 1,016 more words


Home Again

Home Again – Starting out, I’m thinking um, a little dull. Alice (Reese Witherspoon) has two precocious daughters (Lola Flanery, who btw is drop dead gorgous for a 12 year old, & Eden Grace Redfield), she’s separated from husband (Michael Sheen) and gets wasted with two girlfriends and three 20-something dudes while celebrating her 40th birthday. 94 more words

A Good Laugh

22. "Apocalypse Now", Francis Ford Coppola (1979)

Part of The 100 Greatest Movies I’ve Ever Seen list.

Apocalypse Now

dir. Francis Ford Coppola scr. John Milius and Francis Ford Coppola based on the novel  196 more words


Classic Film Review: Gandhi (1982)

And the Oscar Goes to:

Gandhi, 1982

Directed by: Richard Attenborough

Starring: Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard, John Mills, Martin Sheen, Ben Kingsley… 476 more words


As a novelist, it must be very difficult to come up with a fresh idea to creatively challenge yourself, as you want to keep our audience entertained with new tricks like a magician at a magic show trying to develop more unique ideas to keep the public more interested in the product. 679 more words


Apocalypse Now, 1979 - Interventionism and it's Impressions

A film that dwells on war, with shades of ‘cinema verite’. Director’s cinematic poem on the effects of human psyche caused by a non-existent premise, and the counter thought that should eliminate it. 1,568 more words