|Оригинальное название: Wall Street|
|Год выпуска: 1987|
|Жанр: драма, криминал|
|Хронометраж: 127 мин|
|Бюджет: 15 млн($)|
|Производство: 20th Century Fox|
|Сайт фильма: http://www.us.imdb.com/title/tt0094291/|
|Режиссер: Оливер Стоун / Oliver Stone|
- Чарли Шин / Charlie Sheen ... Bud Fox
- Майкл Дуглас / Michael Douglas ... Gordon Gekko
- Мартин Шин / Martin Sheen ... Carl Fox
- Дэрил Ханна / Daryl Hannah ... Darien Taylor
- Тамара Тюни / Tamara Tunie ... Carolyn
- Чак Пфайфер / Chuck Pfeiffer ... Chuckie
- Джон К. МакГинли / John C. McGinley ... Marvin
- Хэл Холбрук / Hal Holbrook ... Lou Mannheim
- Джеймс Карен / James Karen ... Lynch
- Джош Мостел / Josh Mostel ... Ollie
- Андреа Томпсон / Andrea Thompson ... Hooker
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«Every dream has a price.»
Бад Фокс, молодой и предельно амбициозный брокер, живет в сердце мира, где у всего, что угодно, есть своя цена, все можно купить и продать. Он твердо намерен достичь вершин, стать лучшим.
Стремясь получить поддержку, он добивается знакомства со старым хищником Гордоном Гекко, и тот открывает ему тайны мастерства.
Быстрые деньги, роскошные женщины, все удовольствия мира в руках у Бада, а бурлящие вокруг финансовые потоки несут еще больше денег, больше роскоши, больше возможностей, больше искушений.
Нужно только настичь эту добычу. Нужно забыть обо всем, кроме главного закона: «Жадность — это хорошо. Это — работает!»
Знаете ли вы, что...
* На роль Гордона Гекко, сыгранную в итоге Майклом Дугласом, изначально планировались Ричард Гир и Уоррен Битти.
* Том Круз хотел сыграть роль Бада Фокса, но Оливер Стоун уже принял решение снимать Чарли Шина.
* Рабочее название фильма — «Жадность».
* Актер Мартин Шин, сыгравший Карла Фокса, отца Бада Фокса — настоящий отец Чарли Шина.
[In Bud's new office]
Marv: Very nice. So what is it, *Mr.* Cocksucker now?
Gordon Gekko: When I get a hold of the son of a bitch who leaked this, I'm gonna tear his eyeballs out and I'm gonna suck his fucking skull.
Gordon Gekko: What's worth doing is worth doing for money.
Gordon Gekko: Well you take it, right in the ass you scumbag cocksucker.
Marv: Sure went down the toilet with that ugly bitch.
Realtor: Everybody tells you they hate the upper East Side. They wanna live on the West Side. But believe me, when it's resale time, the East Side moves all the time. I mean what do you got on the West Side? Sean and Madonna?
Michael Douglas' Best Performance
When it comes to 'Wall Street', one cannot go without mentioning the amazing quality of writing from Oliver Stone, in particular, the genius bit of dialogue that per mutates this film and gives it it's reputation, the now-infamous 'greed is good' speech. Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko was a genius step in casting, as was Martin Sheen as Charlie Sheen's on screen father. In truth, the film is about Charlie and Martin Sheen's characters, but Michael Douglas shines throughout and makes the film his own. Sure, when you look at the posters for all movies, the actor's name on the top left traditionally indicates that he or she is the lead actor of actress in it, but this film isn't entirely about Gordon Gekko, in my opinion, it's more about Charlie Sheen's conflict with his father and his business interests, his surrogate father in Michael Douglas if you like. The film is an epic tale set in the Reagan-infested free-market economy of the 1980's, about moral conflicts, greed, capitalism and corruption. It is a cynical thesis and examination of the 1980's 'how to make a quick buck' culture, putting wealth, greed, power and opportunity against traditional values of blue-collar workmanship.
Michael Douglas' performance in this film is astonishing, he is the archetype of greed, the modern 80's man of money and power, the New York Wall Street man and his portrayal of Gordon Gekko is one of the finest performances in the history of cinema, and his Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role was deserved, much more deserved than the, frankly, terrible portrayal of a mentally retarded narcissist - ie. Forrest freaking' Gump. Though to be fair, Tom Hanks in 'Philadelphia' was brilliant. But never mind that, this is not a review of one terrible movie and a good movie, this is a review of 'Wall Street', one of the best films of the 80's.
I was born in the 1980's. Luckily, I was not old enough to pick up the bad habits of the 80's. Britain and the US had good relations in the 80's with Thatcher on this side of the pond and Reagan on the other side, and the idea of free-market economy was shared amongst both parties, and the decade of decadence was in full swing on both sides of the Atlantic. Capitalism was at an all-time high and the line between the classes was evident, it was on full display for the rest of the world to see. You were either poor, wanted to be rich, or were rich. This film shows the corruption that greed can cause and how too much of a good thing can bring about your own downfall. Reagan and Thatcher were what made the 1980's, a decade fuelled by cocaine, greed, money and capitalism, it brought forth many bad things (like the resurgence of terrorism in the middle-east, problems in Central and South America, starvation in Africa, the foundations for the first Gulf War to name but a few), and it was truly the decade of decadence. To me, looking back in retrospect at history, the 1980's were terrible. In relation to this film, on October the 17th 1987 the stock market fell by 508 points, and chaos ensued. Economy was low, very low, and a lot of people were upset, very upset, and a lot of countries were affected by this fall, including Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. The bi-product of capitalism is economical problems which led to many businesses being privatised and being scrapped, this left a lot of people without jobs and sometimes without homes, and the US was terrible for this in the 1980's when free-market economy and Reagan ruled the world.
This film, however, does not trivialise the events which surrounded the 1987 Wall Street crash, it does, however show the mentality of the stock market generation, the generation which Michael Douglas plays all too well and is well supported by the ensemble cast of characters, including Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen and Daryl Hannah to name but a few. This is by far Douglas' best performance. Автор рецензии: The_Hamster_Factor from United KingdomАфиша