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Greed may be good, but free is even better.
But it's Christmastime and many of you have been working hard all year to be good for Santa. If you’ve been following "Wall Street" mogul Gordon Gekko's infamous motto to the letter, you might be expecting a lump of coal in your stocking this year.
Don't worry, we've got your back no matter how good or bad you've been. NextMovie is giving away three DVDs of the new money-grubbing movie, "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."
You know Shia LaBeouf, Michael Douglas and Carey Mulligan will be right at home in your home. Get More »
Michael Douglas might play an evil, money-grubbing megalomaniac who led protégé Charlie Sheen to his demise in "Wall Street," but the role snagged him an Oscar (and later he married Catherine Zeta-Jones!).
So it's no wonder Shia LaBeouf signed on for the sequel as an apprentice of sorts to the morally corrupt, financial high-roller. The guy has to be doing something right, and the rewards are well worth the risk. Get More »
Sure, we coveted that sweet gift Shia LaBeouf received at the beginning of "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps." We doubt anyone would scoff at a check for nearly $1.5 million.
But since such valuable slips of paper aren't exactly easy to come by, we're cool with coveting a few other goods from the movie. Admittedly, if you had that hefty check, you might be more apt to buy all this stuff, but, for now, we suggest you pick and choose. Get More »
Greed is good... which happens to work out quite well for "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."
The Michael Douglas-Shia LaBeouf starrer took the top slot at the box office this weekend, beating out all those owls from "Legend of the Guardians" and the quintet of funny ladies in "You Again," as well as last week's winner, "The Town."
It was a close race though. You can read more about it at MTV.com.
The past three years have not been kind to Wall Street. Or is it Wall Street has not been kind to this country's past three years?
Either way, if you work in the finance industry right now, you may be wondering where all the birthday party and wedding invites have gone. (OK, we admit most Wall Streeters are ethical, upstanding people; unfortunately, none of them are actually running the companies.)
Still, the movies have understandably loved to call upon the merciless traders, brokers and corporate raiders whenever they need an unsympathetic, arrogant show-off. Get More »
Just because summer is coming to an end doesn't mean that Hollywood's well of blockbusters has run dry. Sure, fall is when studios roll out all their small, serious, Oscar-bait fare... but this year, the autumnal season is rife with movies that are just, well, BIG.
Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren kick booty as ex-CIA agents in "RED," Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf look to greedily rake in dough at the box office with Oliver Stone's "Wall Street" sequel, Will Ferrell and Brad Pitt duke it out as animated superheroes in "Megamind"... and a boy wizard you may have heard of (hint: Harry Potter) begins the final chapter of his big-screen journey. Get More »