That’s exactly what Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) thinks in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. This movie is not only a come-back of this greedy character, but also an economics lesson. You can learn what is a bubble, the NINJA generation, the insiders and a lot of more issues that maybe are completely useless to you. Apart from this free lesson, the movie is also an example of Oliver Stone‘s good cinema, and not specially long (only two hours, just a sigh compared to the director latest titles). The only bad idea in the movie is the end, because it’s looks just like a fairy tale, or maybe is just the calm before the storm, maybe the people are just waiting for the next bubble to burst. And with the people, I mean us, everybody. Just to be scared and without place to run or hide.