Results for "author_first: Oliver, author_last: Stone"
Snowden An inspiring portrait of a courageous whistle-blower who alerted us to the demise of privacy.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps The well-crafted, fast-paced sequel to Wall Street, where manipulations are the M.O.
South of the Border Oliver Stone's interviews with seven Central and South American leaders whose personalities and programs have been vilified by the U.S. media.
World Trade Center Salutes the courage and lovingkindness of those who reached out in the darkness to help others on September 11.
Any Given Sunday Offers an energetic look at football as a gladitorial sport.
Nixon A riveting drama about a power-hungry politician brought down by guilt and paranoia.
Heaven and Earth Touches the heart -- not only as a cross-cultural treasure but as Oliver Stone's most soulful movie.
JFK A thought-provoking and riveting poltical thriller.
Born on the Fourth of July Reveals the heart-affecting story of some individuals whose traditional patriotism was ambushed by the Vietnam War and reborn in political protest.
Talk Radio Holds up a disturbing image of a consumer culture where trash is viewed as treasure and excess spells success.