Jack Goes Confidential: “Wall Street II” to Mainstreet—Something Lost in Translation

It took 23 years to come up with this sequel…

But

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4 Responses to Jack Goes Confidential: “Wall Street II” to Mainstreet—Something Lost in Translation

  1. Anonymous says:

    Johnny Utah
    Ugh! The lefties in hollywood can’t even make a decent movie with all the ingredients for a great movie without injecting their politics.

    I.e. Avatar or Machete. Screw Hollywood.

  2. Anonymous says:

    jon
    Some great insights Jack. I’m seeing it Saturday night and plan to re-read your review after that.

  3. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    Jack, clearly the picture Mike Douglas did earlier this year, SOLITARY MAN, was better, cheaper and not in many theatres, unfortunately, but a strong picture. I gave it an A minus and Mike should be nominated for best actor for his performance as a late 50’s aged ladies man, not ready to end it all, flawed from the fact he lost his millions and thats his crime…broke and acting like he isn’t.

  4. Anonymous says:

    kate krass
    I agree with Glazer about SOLITARY MAN, good film, and yes, Hollywood needs to stop preaching and start making good films. Avatar, I thought, was lame. They took the “Trail of Tears” the one of the stories of the Native American Indians and used that in the movie. I like movies to escape and have fun not to be politized (is this a word?) to.

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