Analysis Of The Movie Wall Street

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Wall Street I made the fourth option and watched the Wall Street movie. Oliver Stone directed this movie in 1987. The movie talks about the big business world and Wall Street. The two main characters in the movie were Charlie Sheen, named Bud Fox and he is a new stockbroker who wanted to be rich, and Michael Douglas, named Gordon Gekko who works as a banker, real estate agent, and manager of Wall Street. Gekko character was a man who will do anything to make money, even if it requires break the laws. Both Gekko and Bud were at the second stage of Kohlberg’s. Another character in the movie, Carl Fox, acted by Martin Sheen, who is Bud’s father, and he was always telling Bud about the ethical and moral role in being successful and happy…show more content…
Wall Street in the 1980s had big competition among the brokers to make money in legal and illegal ways. Although, making money was easy and quick, but nothing can compare to Bud’s guilty feelings. Bud causes loss of jobs and destroying companies over his greediness. At the end, Gekko, Bud, and others all went to prison for what they did. The greatest lesson in the movie was losing morals for a short time only can have many negatives for a long time. One of most popular issues in the economic world is greediness and selfish as Laura Hansen and Siamak Movahedi mentioned in their article, Wall Street Scandals: The Myth of Individual Greed. The politicians and the greedy bankers are taking advantages of the economic problems in the U.S. Wall Street movie created a movement in the main street to save these poor victims’ money. Many of them lost millions of dollars, investments, and house mortgage; they became homeless with no help just to get out of this greedy economy. However, this greediness became less in the 20th century. January 20, 2009, Obama’s speech had some questions about the economy structure problems to solve them and start a new page that full of responsibilities. Even people divided into two categories as some may say that greed is may only found in specific social class and status, and some say it is a public issue. Zakaria, who is a writer of Newsweek articles in 2009, wrote that ‘’ in business, greed is…show more content…
In the era of decline and issues, he told American that they have to climb the heights and overcome this issue. He had faith in everyone he meets and everyone who listens to his speech. In 1984, people called it, ‘’It is Morning Again in America,’’ as they have more hope. Reagan had an opponent, who was a master of ceremonies, as he canceled events about him. Reagan was TV presence, who prepared a major address about the current issues. He was a great politician and administrator in 1981. Also, he argues about side supply for the economy to help it to overcome the crash. And he was thinking about cutting taxes to make the Americans able to work and get jobs again, even though most economists refused the idea. The labor union and liberal were complaining about his policy, as it does not benefit them. The Reagan’s administration did not submit any budget. Reaganomics, cutting tax, complained about
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