Despite a favorable review from the folks here at CinemaBlend, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps did so/so in theatres, only making its budget back after worldwide release. To give you a frame of reference: it barely did better than Get Him to the Greek, and failed to make as much moolah as Eat, Pray, Love. It will get a second chance to find an audience when Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps hits Blu-Ray ($39.99) and DVD ($29.98) on December 21. The film will also be available as a DVD two-pack bundled with the original Wall Street for $34.98. You can check out the breakdown of the special features below.

This couldn’t be a bland or boring film, otherwise it would have garnered bland and boring reviews. I didn’t see the film, but reviews run the gamut from excellent to meh to mediocre, which, to my knowledge, usually means a movie is at least trying for something. Which also, to my knowledge, means it’s probably worth a watch, especially if it can be Netflix-ed in the comfort of your home. Unless you’re bland and boring, in which case, ignore this last paragraph.

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…Oliver Stone & Cast Revisit Wall Street
    • Gordon Gekko is Back…Character Study
    • Lifestyles of the Wall Street Rich and Infamous
    • A Tour of the Streets of Wall Street
    • Trends, Schemes and Economic Collapse -- How did it happen?
  • Deleted & Extended Scenes
  • Fox Movie Channel Presents…In Character With: Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Cary Mulligan, Josh Brolin, Frank Langella
  • Digital Copy (disc two)
DVD
  • Commentary by Director Oliver Stone
  • A Conversation with Oliver Stone and the Cast of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
  • Digital Copy “How-To”

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