Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps rating info

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Overall C+

Director Oliver Stone picks up the story he began in his 1987 film Wall Street. In this sequel, Gordon Gekko (played by Michael Douglas again) has just been released from prison. And it is not long before the disreputable stockbroker is back in the money game. Only this time he's bringing along his starry-eyed, future son-in-law (Shia LaBeouf), despite the objections of his estranged daughter (Carey Mulligan).

Violence C+
Sexual Content B-
Profanity D
Substance Use D+

Why is Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps PG-13 for brief strong language and thematic elements.

Run Time: 132 minutes

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Why is Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps rated PG-13? Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for brief strong language and thematic elements.

Violence: A scene of a man committing suicide by falling in front of a subway train is shown a number of times. Two people engage in a dangerous motorcycle race.

Sexual Content: An unmarried couple living together is shown cuddling in bed with their nightclothes on. A girl talks about her pregnancy. Some low cut evening gowns are seen at a social event.

Language: At least two explicit sexual expletives and some strong sexual slang terms are used in a nonsexual context, along with a couple of depictions of crude hand gestures. Nearly two-dozen profanities and terms of Deity are used, as well as scatological slang and a rude ethnic slur.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Individuals frequently drink at social events and at home. One man appears to be slightly inebriated during a party. Characters are often seen smoking cigars, while others use cigarettes. Discussions about illegal drug use are included. A man gulps pills from a small bottle during a stressful event at work.

Other: Characters involved in the financial market engage in unethical business practices, including lying and stealing, that cause serious financial fallout.

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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Coarse Language.
Alberta PG Coarse Language.
Manitoba PG Language May Offend, Mature Theme.
Ontario PG Mature Theme, Language May Offend.
Quebec G
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG

News About "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"

Cast and Crew

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is directed by Oliver Stone and stars Shia LaBeouf, Michael Douglas, Carey Mulligan.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps movie is December 21, 2010. Here are some details…

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps releases to DVD and Blu-ray on Decmeber 21, 2010 with the following bonus extras:

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps on DVD:

- Commentary by Director Oliver Stone

- A Conversation with Oliver Stone and the Cast of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps on Blu-ray:

- Commentary by Director Oliver Stone

- A Conversation with Oliver Stone and the Cast of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

- Money, Money, Money: The Rise and Fall of Wall Street | Five-part look at the real Wall Street and the challenges and changes that have impacted our economic climate over the last two decades. (Includes: Unfinished Business, Gordon Gekko is Back, Lifestyles of the Wall Street Rich and Infamous, A Tour of the Streets of Wall Street and Trends, Schemes and Economic Collapse)

- Deleted and Extended Scenes

- Fox Movie Channel Presents—In Character With: Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Cary Mulligan, Josh Brolin and Frank Langella

- Digital Copy (disc two)

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