*** Official WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS Discussion Thread

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  1. Pete York

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    Just curious, but didn't Gekko have a son in WALL STREET? Is there any reference to him or the Sean Young character?
     
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    Yes to both. They don't specifically say it but Carey Mulligan's character was apparently born shortly after the first movie.
     
  3. Pete York

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    Oh good. As long as they didn't retcon the little nose-picker out of existence, although with no credits for son and wife Gekko in WS2 I don't suspect happy endings for either of them.
     
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    This thread is now designated the Official Discussion Thread for "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps". Please, post all comments, links to outside reviews, film and box office discussion items to this thread.

    All HTF member film reviews of "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" should be posted to the Official Review Thread.

    Thank you for your consideration in this matter.


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  5. gilsaints88

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    Gekko's son is referenced in the sequel. have you watched the movie? it's definitely a must-watch [Link deleted by moderator; do not repost]
     
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    Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps was a decent movie but the characters seemed disconnected. I'm a big fan of Shia LaBeouf, Josh Brolin and Michael Douglas and really had high hopes when I found out it was directed by Oliver Stone, however the movie just didn't hit home. It seemed conflicted - sometimes it's best to let the story do the storytelling. I thought Project Northwest by C. B. Carter delved deeper into what was happening behind the scenes than this movie.
     

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