Wall Street & Michael Douglas
Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-Long Street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. Michael Kirk Douglas (born September 25, 1944) is an American actor and producer, primarily in movies and television. /5
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2017 day 267: Michael Douglas reprises his role as financier Gordon Gekko in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)…
So there's a sequel to Wall Street. And Michael Douglas is reprising his role as Gecko. There is something nostalgic but wei…
Time to watch wolf of Wall Street with meemaw. Never heard of it but she loves Michael Douglas
Movie Night Monday this week is 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' starring Michael Douglas and Shia Labeouf.
Yeah. You can tell I like liked Michael Douglas in Wall Street.
Now playing: ""Greed is Good"" by Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko addressing Teldar Paper stockholders in "Wall Street". from ''
"The most valuable commodity I know of, is information." - Gekko (Michael Douglas, Wall Street)
"Wicked is good." I already know that Michael Douglas told me that in Wall Street a long time ago.
Michael Douglas won the Academy's Best Actor Award for the portrayal of Gordon Gekko in Wall Street (1988). https…
Oliver Stone awesome isn't he? I liked Wall Street! Are you a Michael Douglas fan? I am! His dad too! Michael Douglas was amazing in Wall St
Michael Douglas' character in Wall Street says "Greed, for lack of a better term, is good."
Michael Douglas did grueling workouts during the filming Wall Street so he could lift that phone. https:/…
Wall Street, a film released by 20th Century Fox starring Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko, was released on Dec 11, 1987.
The top 3 Glengarry Glenn Ross with Alec Baldwin's ABC speech, Wall Street with Michael Douglas's Greed is Good...
"Money is not the prime asset in life. Time is." –Michael Douglas ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’
Michael Douglas's character Gordon Gecko in "Wall Street" proclaimed, "Greed is good." I believe in medicine, GREED IS NOT GOOD.
"Greed, for lack of a better word, is good."___Gordon Gekko ***Michael Douglas*** ***Wall Street*** 1987 ?
Michael Douglas's Gordon Gecko said in "Wall Street," "Greed is good." We have learned in US health care GREED IS NOT GOOD.
where many see a 'mullet', I see a young Michael Douglas in Wall Street
Michael Douglas needs to wear gold Apple Watch in “Wall Street 2015” to seed the ego, er.. Enterprise market
Peltz talking in front of large crowd. Says DuPont can do better. Not quite a Michael Douglas out of Wall Street but close.
The next Wall Street movie should be Michael Douglas in a seniors home with dementia trying to figure out penny stocks
It was announced that Joseph Gordon-Levitt will become Edward Snowden in future film of Oliver Stone. But before here are some locations from Stone's 1987 masterpiece Wall Street with Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen.
Marvel Studios began principal photography today in San Francisco, California, on its newest Super Hero franchise Marvel's "Ant-Man." The film brings one of Marvel comics' original founding members of The Avengers into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The production also shoots on location in Atlanta, Georgia, which serves as the base for the film's production. Set for release in the United States on July 17, 2015, the film is directed by Peyton Reed ("Bring it On," "The Break-Up") and stars Paul Rudd ("I Love You Man," "Role Models") as Scott Lang aka Ant-Man, and Michael Douglas ("Behind The Candelabra," "Wall Street") as his mentor Dr. Hank Pym and Evangeline Lilly ("The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," "Lost") as Hope Van Dyne, daughter of Hank Pym. The film also includes outstanding additional cast including Corey Stoll ("House of Cards," "The Bourne Legacy"), Bobby Cannavale ("Danny Collins," "Annie," "HBO's "The Long Play"), Michael Pena ("End of Watch," "American Hustle"), Abby Ryder Fortson ("Tog ...
To remind yourself of what makes Michael Douglas a great actor, search YouTube for some highlights from his 50 or so movies. Start with the “greed is good” speech from Wall Street, the 1987 film that earned Douglas a best-actor Oscar.
Okay so for today's edition of To The Right, I'm gonna have to call out one Phil Mickelson, who if any of you are like me and don't watch golf at all don't know is a big name in the golf world. Of course because I'm a sports nut I know who he is purely by accident despite the fact that golf is the best sleep aid for me since Sominex. But I digress. Phil, or as they call him, Lefty, is in a peck of trouble being investigated for what is known as "insider trading". Don't know what that is? Watch Wall Street, and not the Wolf of Wall Street, I'm talking the Michael Douglas classic from back in the day. And may I say this doesn't surprise me in the slightest? I mean let's see, Phil hasn't won jack or squat lately on the tour, so maybe he finally found something he's good at, bilking people out of money. Then again, he's been doing it to the PGA for how long now?
Investment movies: I really like the original Wall Street (1987) starring Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen. Its...
I get all my financial advice from a guy who watches Wall Street and cries when Charlie Sheen turns in Michael Douglas
because he's a *** It's like you hear Michael Douglas say how all those Wall Street *** *loved* Gordon Gekko
There I was, searching for Wall Street, a 1987 movie w Charlie Sheen and Michael Douglas. All of the sudden, Kathy lets out a squeak normally reserved for gifts from Zales or a good pair of shoes. What was it? The front of Sports Illustrated featuring Johnny Football. It is an Aggie, which is bad. I hope someday she will enjoy a cover of the Dallas Cowboys in the same way.
For the record, Michael Douglas and "Wall Street" is awesome. And so is this real estate law about the Dodd-Frank statute. Money indeed never does sleep.
Michael Douglas reveals son Dylan's acting demands WITH A family tree of acting greats it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that Michael Douglas’s son Dylan wants to follow in his father’s footsteps. Michael, 69, whose father Kirk started acting in the Forties, explained that despite Dylan being only 13 he has his eyes firmly on the prize and no longer thinks he needs to go to school. “Dylan doesn’t see any reason to do anything else because he wants to act,” Michael, who won Best Actor for his role in Wall Street in 1987, tells US TV host Jay Leno. “He doesn’t want to go to school or anything, he wants to be an actor. “He was at me the other day. He said, ‘Look dad, I’ve been president of my sixth grade, my seventh grade, I’m in eighth grade now and I’m president of the school.’ "I said, ‘Dylan, I know, I’m so proud of you.’ "He said, ‘Dad I’ve been on the honour roll for two years straight. You’ve seen me in Oliver when I played the Artful Dodger.’ "I said, ‘I ...
Good Morning Vietnam was nominated for one Oscar back in 1988: Best Actor. But Robin Williams lost out to Michael Douglas in Wall Street.
"You see that building? I bought that building 10 years ago. My first real-estate deal. Sold it 2 years later. Made an $800,000 profit. It was better than sex. At that time I thought that was all the money in the world. Now it's a days pay." - Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko from 'Wall Street'
Director of the day: Oliver Stone born September 15th 1946. My 3 favorite films of his are: Platoon (1986) starring Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, Forest Whitaker and Keith David. Nominated for 8 Academy Awards and won 4 for editing, sound, direction and Best Picture. Wall Street (1987) starring Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen and Daryl Hannah. Nominated for nominated for and won 1 Academy Award for lead actor (Douglas). Any Given Sunday (1999) starring Al Pacino, Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx, Dennis Quaid, James Woods and LL Cool J. What are the M4's favorite films from this director?
Marlee Matlin presenting Michael Douglas with the Best Actor Oscar® for his performance in "Wall Street" at the 60th Annual Academy Awards® in 1988.
�A fool and his money are lucky enough to get together in the first place.� � Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) Wall Street
Join us at the Stock Market Quiz Night and WIN 100,000 PESOS Here's your chance to get a heads-up on all the questions categories, and also have the chance to WIN some great prizes in a FREE fun contest! (see more details at the bottom of this post) STOCK MARKET QUIZ NIGHT - QUESTIONS CATEGORY 1 Not surprisingly the first category is all about trading on the PSE Market:- 1. In 2013 the PSEi closed at an all-time record high - to within 10 points, what was that record high, and in which month did it take place? 2. There are 30 companies in the PSEi, but can you name the three that begin with the letter B? (company name or ticker will be accepted) 3. In addition to the PSEi and All Shares indices, there are another 6 sector indices. Can you name them? STOCK MARKET QUIZ NIGHT - QUESTIONS CATEGORY 2 The second category is all about the stock market in popular culture:- 1. In the 1987 movie 'Wall Street', what is the iconic slogan made famous by the Gordon Gekko character as played by Michael Douglas? 2. In th ...
Wall Street: Money Never Shrinks. Hashtag: Michael Douglas is Hank Pym, hashtag: last one until I think of another.
Michael Douglas Joins Marvel's ANT-MAN As Hank Pym Breaking news straight from Marvel Studios: Two-time Academy Award-winning thespian Michael Douglas has been cast as Hank Pym in Ant-Man, while Paul Rudd is now confirmed as Scott Lang! Michael Douglas will star as Hank Pym, who first appeared in Tales to Astonish and joins director Edgar Wright, with Paul Rudd starring as Scott Lang in Marvel's 'Ant-Man,' on July 31, 2015. "With Hank Pym's rich history in the Marvel Universe, we knew we needed an actor capable of bringing the weight and stature to the role that the character deserves," said Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. "We felt incredibly relieved when Michael Douglas agreed to step into the part with the charm and fortitude he brings to every character he inhabits, and couldn't be more excited to see what he will do to bring Hank Pym to life." The legendary actor, who earned an Academy Award in the category of Best Actor in a Leading Role for his iconic portrayal of Gordon Gecko in "Wall Street ...
Michael Douglas in Wall Street, Joseph Fiennes in Camelot series, Richard Gere in Arbitrage, Kate Winslet in Revolutionary Road.
today’s day; Wolf of Wall Street is great movie, Golden Globes were fun, Michael Douglas is awesome, god...
Michael Douglas hears the phrase "Wall Street" and just starts walking to the stage.
War of The Roses, Wall Street, Fatal Attraction, Falling Down. All classics. Michael Douglas did work in all of them.
Disclosure, Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct, Wall Street, The War of the Roses...Michael Douglas always been a honorary homie.
It's been years since I've seen Wall Street & I still get a flash of hatred when I see Michael Douglas before I remember he's not rly Gekko
right on Michael Douglas is sick... Wall Street is one of my favorite movies ever
"THE WOLF OF Wall StREET".I will tell you straight out that I consider this film to be one of the top two films of 2013. This simply might be the movie of the year. Martin Scorsese has directed a human amusement park ride with dazzling cinematography containing mesmerizingly artful colors, editing that defies gravity, an outstanding soundtrack, a script that takes you to the Land of OZ and back and supreme performances by nearly everyone in the cast. I laughed out loud for most of the movie. *** just think Animal House (the John Belushi classic) meets Wall Street (the original Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen masterpiece) meets Goodfellas. And the wildest thing of all? This is based on the true story of one of the greatest overachievers (or greatest hustler, if you will) in the history of bigtime Wall Street finance. Leonardo DiCaprio portrays real life Wall Street carnival barker Jordan Belfort. I had thought DiCaprio gave an excellent performance as Jay Gatsby earlier in the year and couldn't top that ...
My review of "Wolf of Wall Street". I was so excited to see another Leo DiCaprio film after The Great Gatsby. Unfortunately, I left the theatre wondering "hmmm, why didn't I like that?--it got great reviews?". Just my opinion but Leo is terrific at capturing this self-absorbed, money-drug-success addict's character and the acting is all-around terrific. Matthew Mcconaughey is brilliant in his just 10 minutes on camera and so is Jonah Hill. So acting wasn't the problem. I think the writing was shallow and the story-telling felt sophomoric. It was like a college-kid telling a tale of a great frat party.. You just can't take that much of it. Additionally, the nudity and profanity was way over-the-top . Just a warning ...The f-word was said 506 times in 3 hours which breaks a record for saying it in a non-documentary film. So overall, I expect much more intelligence from a Scorcese-Dicaprio film. I found myself missing Michael Douglas and the fabulous writing-"greed is good"-in 1987's Wall Street.
The pains and the pleasure of Wall Street life * Scorsese's latest film about the cocky young broker who makes millions is no morality tale, but that does not make it any less entertaining There is no nobility in poverty", a young and ambitious Bud Fox, played by Charlie Sheen, tells Gordon Gekko, the symbolic 'evil' Wall Street trader so memorably essayed by Michael Douglas in the 1987 Oliver Stone film, Wall Street. If "greed is good" was the line immortalised by Gekko, this may well have been the Fox dialogue that endured. Three decades on, that line is now repeated by Jordan Belfort, the aggressive young stockbroker who becomes a millionaire in his 20s and is the protagonist of The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese's much-anticipated latest film starring Leonardo DiCaprio. The films do share similarities. The milieu is the same, after all - the high-adrenaline, fist-pumping, foul-mouthed trading floors of broking houses and the protagonists in both are hungry young men eager to get rich quick and e ...
In "Wall Street" in 1987, stockbroker wizard Michael Douglas is able to convince young stockbroker Martin Sheen to join his team and become rich as the pair rides in a Douglas' richly appointed limousine.
Disappointed by Wolf of Wall Street. Not as awful as Shutter Island. It should have been Cut by an hour and half and more Jonah Hill and other traders would have made it better. DiCaprio does three one man monologues, not one can hold a Candle to Michael Douglas's in Wall Street or Alec Baldwin's in Glen Gary Glen Ross. It's an OK flick at best, all this movie has to offer is glorified drug use, breasts, and dirty jokes. When will Scorsese make another personal film like Raging Bull, Goodfellas, Casino, and Bringing out the Dead instead of these lame brain Hollywood movies for hire.
Michael Douglas was in Wall Street when he was 43. Leonardo DiCaprio is the Wolf of Wall Street at 39. Whoa.
Michael Douglas is ''very hopeful'' he and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones can work through their marital problems. The 'Wall Street' actor and the 'Rock of Ages' star announced in August they were taking a ''break'' from each other after
What if was the star of Wall Street instead of Michael Douglas?
Wall StREET: GREED IS GOOD It is just not possible that I write about the markets and about the movies that I like and never make a mention of the 1987 movie Wall Street. I thought it was an incredible movie when I saw it back in 90s and I think it is an incredible movie even now. There were several terrific things going for the movie but none better than the casting of Michael Douglas in the iconic role of Gordon Gekko. Now, when you think of the character of Gekko it is impossible to think of any other actor who could have played that role as well. Michael Douglas, the actor and Gordon Gekko, the character he played, are inseparable. There are several great lines too in the movie. For example “Lunch is for wimps” or “If you need a friend, get a dog” But by far the most quoted dialogue from the movie is the speech that Gekko gives to the shareholders of Teldar papers and I quote Gordon Gekko: “Well, I appreciate the opportunity you're giving me Mr. Cromwell as the single largest shareholder in ...
In just half an hour the is screening "Last Vegas" starring Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert DeNiro and Kevin Kline. It's like "Wall Street" meets "Shawshank Redemption" meets "Raging Bull" and "A Fish Called Wanda" combined. KInd of...
In 1987, the world was a different place. There was no Google yet. Or Yahoo. Or Youtube, for that matter. In 1987, the year of your birth, the top selling movie was Fatal Attraction. People buying the popcorn in the cinema lobby had glazing eyes when looking at the poster. Remember, that was before there were DVDs. People were indeed watching movies in the cinema, and not downloading them online. Imagine the packed seats, the laughter, the excitement, the novelty. And mostly all of that without 3D computer effects. Do you know who won the Oscars that year? The Academy Award for the best movie went to The Last Emperor. The Oscar for best foreign movie that year went to Babette's Feast. The top actor was Michael Douglas for his role as Gordon Gekko in Wall Street. The top actress was Cher for her role as Loretta Castorini in Moonstruck. The best director? Bernardo Bertolucci for The Last Emperor. In the year 1987, the time when you arrived on this planet, books were still popularly read on paper, not on dig ...
"Wake up, will ya, pal? If you're not inside, you're outside, okay? And I'm not talking a $400,000 a year working Wall Street stiff flying first class and being comfortable, I'm talking about liquid. Rich enough to have your own jet. Rich enough not to waste time. Fifty, a hundred million dollars, buddy. A player, or nothing. Now, you had what it took to get into my office; the real question is whether you got what it takes to stay." - Michael Douglas, as Gordon Gekko in 'Wall Street'
Matt Damon won one for Good Will Hunting for screenplay and Michael Douglas won Best Actor for Wall Street.
As I watched "Wall Street" I found out last night Martin Sheen and Michael Douglas aren't the same person. Had me fooled f…
“I create nothing. I own.” – Gordon Gekko, as played by Michael Douglas in the movie “Wall Street.”. Business...
Very thin line between ending up looking like Justin Timberlake and ending up looking like Michael Douglas from Wall Street.
Boy does time fly. 1988 was a very interesting year. Ronald Reagan was the President. Cher was the "Best Actress" for "Moonstruck." Michael Douglas won "Best Actor" for "Wall Street." Best movie was "The Last Emperor." Bush beats Dukakis for President. The Soviet Union started pulling out of their Afghanistan War. Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry be Happy" was the Top Song. U2 released "Rattle & Hum." But the most important date of 1988 was July 5th. Faye Tompkins Barron's first day at the University of Utah! Twenty-five years ago today and still counting...Happy 25th Anniversary Faye! You are the "Amazing" and thanks for being the "Best" thing that ever happened to me...(sorry Tommy)
Tonya: cineworld in Falkirk competition...bit of a teaser for you today..Michael Douglas was a cert to play Liberace in current smash Behind the Candelabra...but he was thi9rd choice to play Gordon Gekko in Wall Street.can you guess who studio bosses approached before him? Tell me where you are, have a guess and I'll pop you in the draw for a pair of tix!!
Wall Street is on, Charlie Sheen before a coke bender & Michael Douglas before contracting cancer from oral sex. Gotta love Holywood.
Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen, Daryl Hannah... Dr.Cox from Scrubs. Reacquainting myself with my love of Wall Street.
Saw 2 movies after a long time in a theatre - and consecutively at that !! (Bhagwan jab deta hai to chappar faad ke deta hai !! ;)) ) My two penny worth - Reluctant Fundamentalist - A must watch. Easily Mira's best. Set in USA and Lahore. Pakistani Changez Khan (played by Riz Ahmed) does well in USA - but is disillusioned with capitalism (reminiscent of Wall Street - starring Charlie Sheen and Michael Douglas) and aftermath of 9 / 11 . Comes back to present day chaotic Lahore - have visited Lahore (with dad and son ! ) so enjoyed the visuals. Om Puri and Shabana in beautifully underplayed roles . Chandrachur Singh in surprise role. Katie Hudson - daughter of Goldie Hawn - looks very wishy washy . Liev Shreiber (Wolverine's brother in X Men ) as Bobby - American journalist / CIA . Enjoyable. Interestingly Pakistanis think that America favours India over Pakistan !!! (movie is based on an award winning book by Pakistani Mohsin Hamid) Second movie - Aurangzeb - mind blowing !!! . Saasha Agha - daughte ...
Directed by Oliver Stone. With Michael Douglas, Carey Mulligan, Shia Labeouf, Josh Brolin. Now out of prison but still disgraced by his peers, Gordon Gekko works his future son-in-law, an idealistic stock broker, when he sees an opportunity to take down a Wall Street enemy and rebuild his empire.
Instead of reading tonite, I watched for the second or third time, "Wall Street,Money Never Sleeps". Don't understand most of the financial workings that caused the collapse of 2008, but I love Michael Douglas and I love to say Shia Labeouf. Great fun!
It was 23 years between the original and this sequel so audiences weren't exactly screaming for a return, but we get it anyways! Michael Douglas returns as Gordon Gekko, fresh out of jail and looking to start up a new empire. Stock broker Shia Labeouf is dating his estranged daughter (Carrie Mulligan) and trying to get them back together. Timely with the 2008 economic crash, but's missing some energy. Douglas is a highlight, Josh Brolin solid as the baddie, and Wall Street original Charlie Sheen even makes an appearance.
I'll have what Jane Fonda is having. Unless it's Michael Douglas...eww.
In 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,' director Oliver Stone delivers an updated look at our country's economic crisis and follows up to his Regan-era fairy tale, 'Wall Street.' Through the eyes of Michael Douglas ' iconic villain, Gordon Gekko, this new crisis looks a lot like the old one - an opportunity to get rich, again. However, Gekko has been humbled since we last saw him after he served an eight year prison sentence on the account of testimonies and evidence provided by his former protégé, Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen ) and eccentric billionaire rival Bretton James (Josh Brolin ). Now that he is out, the blocks have tumbled for everyone and no one knows which way is up - especially young hot-shot Wall Street player Jake Moore (Shia LaBouf ), who is coincidentally engaged to Gekko's estranged daughter Winnie (Carey Mulligan ). While Jake hardly becomes Gekko's new protégé, he seems eager to help the former tycoon in any way he can...and so the Gekko stand-off begins.
Money itself isn't lost or made, it's simply transferred – from one perception to another. Like magic…The illusion has become real, and the more real it becomes, the more desperately they want it. Capitalism at its finest. - Gordon Gekko (played by Michael Douglas), Wall Street (1987)
I've been watching a lot of Michael Douglas movies on DVD for the last couple of weeks: Basic Instinct (I watching Sharon Stone, too, in this one), Fatal Attraction, Wall Street, Black Rain, Disclosure, The Game, The Ghost and the Darkness, Perfect Murder, Romancing the Stone, The War of the Roses, and Solitary Man. This actor clearly deserves a second Academy Award. Now, he needs to play Dr. Dwight McIntyre, professor of physics, bestselling author of Physics and Parallel Univereses, and American's most infamous serial killer--A Step in the Shadows.
Michael Douglas's career in theatre, film and television has exemplified excellence for over forty years. He has won three Golden Globes and two Academy Awards; first as producer of 1975's Best Picture, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and as Best Actor in 1987 for his role in Wall Street. He has sh...
An excellent alternative to non-stop election coverage: on Movie Central, Wall Street, possibly Michael Douglas's best films, with Charlie Sheen.
I know that you have all made up your minds on who you are voting for tomorrow but I have to say my piece. I told you all in 2004 that if you re-elected Bush gas would go from the then $1.50-$2 a Gal to $3. Little did I know how much worse it would be. Bush destroyed this country and you gave him 4 more years. If you had put Ron Paul on the ballot, I’d be voting for him. But there is no way I can vote for a guy who is the Gordon Gekko of politics. If you have never seen Wall Street with Michael Douglas, that character said “Greed is Good”. It has been said that the real Wall St. has now been built on this motto.
"This is not about the haves vs the have nots; its about the have it all vs the rest of America." Hollywood saw it coming 25 years ago! See the clip of Michael Douglas in the movie "Wall Street" within the Moyer video below. "If you‘ve missed this edition of Moyers & Company, we hope you’ll watch before you cast your ballot on Tuesday. And if you’ve already seen it, take another look and remind yourself as you prepare to enter the voting booth of how we’ve been maneuvered by Wall Street and Beltway insiders, politically engineered into a state of inequality and the disproportionate power of a very few." In its premiere episode, Moyers & Company dives into one of the most important and controversial issues of our time: How Washington and Big Business colluded to make the super-rich richer and turn their backs on the rest of us. Bill’s guests – Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson, authors of Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer — And Turned Its Back on the Middle Class, arg ...
Todays movie picks are from the 1980's. My first pick is Wall Street from 1987. It stars Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko, a veteran stockbroker who bends the rules to their fullest extent. He recruits a young stockbroker (Charlie Sheen), to do his biding. The film ends with Gekko going to prison for insider trading. Michael Douglas won the 1988 Oscar for Best Actor for his performance, the films only award. My next pick is from 1989, Do the Right Thing. The film, directed by and starring Spike Lee, follows numerous characters on the hottest day of the year in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn. Some memorable characters include Bug Eyes, Radio Raheem and The Mayor. This is my favorite film of the 1980s. Until next time
I was watching a program the other evening and the moderator had this gentlemen on who has done extensive work looking into Romney's financial background. It sounded like Richard Gere's role in Pretty Woman and Michael Douglas's role in Wall Street. There was also a woman on his panel of guests whose mother worked for a hotel. Her mother had benefits and a savings plan through the company. Romney bought out the hotel. One of the first things he did was to cancel the employee's health benefits. He ended up destroying everything. The employees lost everything. He's made comments about not caring about the Middle Class. HERE WE GO AGAIN. I DON'T CARE FOR EITHER CANDIDATE. I WISH MICKEY MOUSE WERE A CANDIDATE, I'D BE TEMPTED TO VOTE FOR HIM.
In a scene taken from the Oliver Stone film, 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,' the Michael Douglas character...
Just watched "Wall Street: The Money Never Sleeps" and it was so good! It is Oliver Stone's sequel to his 1987 film and it stars Shia Labeouf (who surprised me with his maturity as the lead) Josh Brolin (top notch banker-villain) and of course Michael Douglas as the legendary Gordon Gekko!! Seriously check this movie out. It's got an engaging story that mirrors the reality of the '08 financial bailouts, tons of one-liners and anecdotes, and the whole soundtrack by David Byrne & ENO-- *** YEA. Bravo Mr. Stone and crew
Bill Maher had a writer from Rolling Stone Magazine this week who writes on Wall Street & financial stuff. He said Mitt Romney is a preppy/ pretend to be nice guy "Gordon Gecko" (remember "Wall Street"...Michael Douglas' character?)...That Really scared me.it's all true! our worst fears!
Richard Gere from Pretty Woman and Michael Douglas from Wall Street - the neo-cons wan't to elect Gordan Gecko for president
"Greed for the lack of a better word is good, greed is right, greed works" - Gordon Geeko played brilliantly by Michael Douglas in an Oliver Stone masterpiece Wall Street.
Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko in a dramatic monologue for men in the film Wall Street, 1987 by Oliver Stone
Vanity Fair has just posted this photo of two-time Oscar winner Michael Douglas (Best Actor - Wall Street, Best Picture - One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest) and
after finishing the Tea Party and Wall Street favorite 1,070 page novel of Ayn Rand ATLAS SHRUGGED, now I understand why this deceased female author and her ideas are dangerous. The novel is basically a longer version of Gordon Gecko (Michael Douglas) in the film Wall Street saying "Greed is good." This novel (and her other one The Fountainhead) are directly responsible for the past housing market crisis in the U.S. considering that former Chairman Alan Greenspan was an acolyte of the high priestess Ayn Rand.
I'm in my Financial Management class tonight, for 4 hours, discussing the stock market and get home and turn on HBO and what's on? "Wall Street" w/ Michael Douglas. (great flick...BTW) C.
The Well, the really big question tonight isn't: 'Do I watch Wall Street with Michael Douglas playing the evil Gordon Ghecko or do I watch Peter Weller in Paul Verhoven's 80's classic Robocop?' No. I think the real question is: 'Which one do I watch first?' Hm.I wonder which one goes best with curry?
Rode up in the elevator with Oscar winning Actor Michael Douglas. He is still pretty badass after all these years. Very strange to be with "Gordon Gekko" this close to Wall Street.
Actor Michael Douglas is best-known for his roles in films such as "Wall Street," "Basic Instinct," "Romancing the Stone" and "Fatal Attraction, which was released 25 years ago today. He's won two Academy Awards, including a Best Actor nod for "Wall Street," and three Golden Globes; and has produced...
A digitally edited Wall Street that has Gary Bettman instead of Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko uttering "gree ...
Mitt is an Old 1980s Robber Baron & Corporate Raider who was played by Michael Douglas as Gordon Gecko in "Wall Street".
Directed by Oliver Stone. With Charlie Sheen, Michael Douglas, Tamara Tunie, Franklin Cover. A young and impatient stockbroker is willing to do anything to get to the top, including trading on illegal inside information taken through a ruthless and greedy corporate raider who takes the youth under h...
Michael Douglas has a big resume of some classic films such as "Wall Street", "Fatal Attraction", and "Romancing the Stone", but few people know of his starr...
A thread on panicfreaks.org site about Tom Morello telling Representative Paul Ryan what he truly thinks of him inspired this contribution from me. I figured I might as well share it here also. I don't typically post about my political views on FB. Always saw it as a real downer. Not sure why I'm breaking that rule, oh well, here goes nothin': It became apparent to me about 20 years ago that before too long, the 1% ers would control *** near everything. You know, the people who have that crazy misguided view of The Golden Rule. Instead of "Do Unto Others As You Would Have Them Do Unto You." Their motto is, "He With The Most Gold Makes The Rules." It's as if they all watched the film, "Wall Street" and saw the Michael Douglas character as a hero and role model, rather than the sleazeball power/money/everything-on-earth junkie, that the character actually was. Instead of "They Can't See The Forest For The Trees" it's "They Can't See The Big Picture For The Benjamins." Looking back, I think my first hint of ...
Interviews with Michael Douglas, Oliver Stone, Shia Labeouf, Carey Mulligan, Josh Brolin, and Charlie Sheen about the making of Wall Street: Money Never Slee...
In 1987 Michael Douglas made a movie called Wall Street. One of the lines in the move is "Greed is good." If we want to keep our country good, we need to get rid of the people who are so greedy they will do, say or spend anything to get a man like Mitt Romney elected. Make no mistake about it, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, the Koch Brothers, Sheldon Adelson, and the rest of the Republican Party elite do not care about Americans, they care about their money and how to make more of it. And they have demonstrated that on a daily basis during this election. If you think things are bad now, go ahead an vote for them, because I promise you they are going to get worse.
I got done watching "The Rundown" starring THE ROCK and The original classic "Wall Street" starring Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen. Up next is "The Expendables.. :).
You mean two time Academy Award winner Michael Douglas star of Fatal Attraction and Wall Street!? What's he doing at work?
You could have replaced Michael Douglas with Pat Riley in the movie, "Wall Street" and people wouldn't have noticed much.
This is the scene in Boiler Room where Vin Diesel, Ben Affleck, Nicky Katt and Scott Caan watch and quote the movie Wall Street with Michael Douglas and Char...
Michael Douglas' best performance is a toss up between Wall Street (he was made for the part) or Fatal Attraction.
Nothing like a Game 6 that makes me question why I continue to support a league of thugs and wannabe actors. Pacers getting the bad p/r yet the team is far more respectable then the Heat. There is a reason why Pat Riley looks like Michael Douglas in Wall Street.
Dear Editor It's unbelievable how star struck the American Press is with the superich. Andrea Mitchell has her own noon news program and she doesn't know what Bain Capital did! It isn't really practiced anymore because it became so distasteful or they cleared all the carrion I'm not sure which. Corporations were bought at bargain rates, all the assets were mortgaged to the hip, the loans were used to pay "management fees" to Bain and all the cash was sucked out and the company was allowed to fall. Some were bought specifically to rob the pensions of the workers. Buy the company, tell the employees if they want to even keep their pensions they had to take a 50% cut, Bain scooped that money and bought a elevator for their cars. They made a movie about it called "Wall Street," staring Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen before he started "winning." Now strangely none of that at the time was ilegal and like I said Bain moved away from it in some part because the movie brought to the American conscience the Gala ...
Michael Douglas, the Wall Street and Solitary Man actor with several Golden Globes and Academy Awards under his belt, will donate his time to create a public service announcement (PSA) on behalf of the Oral Cancer Foundation (OCF).
Sometimes you have to go back to the classics to learn something new. Watching "Wall Street" with Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen...The technology might have changed,but the story is still the same. Somebody's gonna find out. LOL!
As a co-founder of Bain Capital, Romney played the Richard Gere role in Pretty Woman, or if you like your metaphor more diabolical, the Michael Douglas role in Wall Street. That of the slick corporate raider, who somehow manages to build nothing, destroy everything and get filthy rich in the
Why did Michael Douglas win an Emmy for Wall Street? It should have been Charlie Sheen, he did most of the acting.
Investors, take heart: one of the all-time Bad Boys of Wall Street, mean and greedy Gordon Gekko, has turned over a new leaf. We all remember Gordon Gekko, the conniving trader from the terrific Oliver Stone movie “Wall Street.” Set in the booming 1980s, the film’s most memorable line is delivered [...
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