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When the Music's Over: Oliver Stone's Tribute to Excess and the God of Rock
9 Jun 2013 // 6:30 PM
"There are things known. There are things unknown. And in between are the Doors."
The Worst Films of 2012
23 Jan 2013 // 5:10 PM
When movies are mediocre, they're maddening. But when they are as bad as the selections here, you can't help but question the artform's overall validity.
When Everything Changed: Memory, Nostalgia and the Tragic Turning Point
8 May 2013 // 6:30 PM
Popular culture creates its own nostalgic image of a time period that is both fact and fiction. When combined with the shaky foundations of our own memories, who can really tell what happened? How will pop culture translate the tragic events of today?
'Seizure' Rides on Oliver Stone's Name
2 Oct 2014 // 9:10 PM
Oliver Stone's feature film debut is a wicked little horror movie that predicted the home terror films of later eras.
Who'd Have Thought? Greed is STILL Good: 'Wall Street: Filmmakers Signature Series'
18 Oct 2012 // 6:15 PM
It could serve as a cautionary tale, but as Michael Douglas points out in one of the bonus features on this Blu-ray disc, many real Wall Street folks seek to emulate his infamous character.
10 Oscar Winners (and the Films They Should Have Won For)
26 Feb 2015 // 5:59 AM
Sometimes, the Academy Awards a consolation prize of sorts for getting it wrong in a previous year. Here are 10 examples of this phenomenon.
With 'Savages' Stone Stumbles...Again
5 Jul 2012 // 10:00 PM
Flawed at the center and successfully spreading such failure out among the rest of the elements, Savages is a legitimate letdown from an artist who's, apparently, past his prime.
Director is premiering a sequel to his 1987 hit 'Wall Street,' and the timing couldn't be better
18 May 2010 // 1:30 AM
CANNES, France — Addressing reporters at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, filmmaker Oliver Stone was rattling off a series of facts and figures about the
Did Hollywood inspire the meltdown men?
14 May 2009 // 12:06 AM
Forget Bernie Madoff. The Wall Street veteran who might be the real scapegoat for our country's financial meltdown hasn't closed a deal in more than