Many people did not get to see this in theaters, but it is worth checking out on DVD. Hal Holbrook gives a standout performance as an elderly man unwilling to give up the property he once owned, and wages a showdown with the current occupants.
True story of young man who shuns the ordinary life to hitchhike across the country, gaining life experience and meeting interesting people. Hirsch is superb, Holbrook heartbreaking. Solid direction from Sean Penn.
Wall Street is a cunningly complex film. The screenplay is amazing, the acting is powerful (particularly the on-screen tension between Sheen and Douglas), and the direction (of renowned Oliver Stone) is perfect. Taut, intelligent movies don't get much better than this, folks.