The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

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Directed By Martin Scorsese Martin Scorsese Starring Leonardo DiCaprio Leonardo DiCaprio  •  Margot Robbie Margot Robbie  •  Kyle Chandler Kyle Chandler  •  Jonah Hill Jonah Hill  •  Jon Bernthal Jon Bernthal Genres Based-on-21st-Century-Literature  •  Based-on-a-True-Story  •  Biopic  •  Black Comedy  •  Comedy Drama  •  Drama  •  Period Film Studios &
Golden Globe Nominated  •  Academy Award Nominated  •  Academy Award Best Picture Nominated  •  1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die  •  MTV Movie Award for Best Movie Nominated  •  86th Academy Awards Nominated  •  Indiewire's 100 Best Movies of the 2010s
Release Info 2013-12-25T00:00:00Z December 25, 2013
Color  •  180 minutes R Rated R
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stunseedbackward said on 9/23/2022

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JRM on 1/3/2014 Reply  · 

Fantastic film that will polarize viewers, like many great films before it.

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GoodFather on 1/3/2014 Reply  · 

I expected this film to be good, but not THIS good! One of my favorite from Scorsese.

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CTR479 on 1/11/2014 Reply  · 

Love it. Scorsese's best movie since Goodfellas.

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Showtimebr on 1/14/2014 Reply  · 


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JRM on 3/21/2014 Reply  · 

The most entertaining film of 2013.

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Area_hulk on 8/25/2014 Reply  · 

Scene by scene, there is no doubt that Scorsese achievemening clean film is technically virtuosic and wild, though a bit too long. And a big smile on my face when SPOILER SPOILER the fbi busts their asses in the end. But please, PLEASE, tell me scorsese didn't sympathise with this charater? I mean like wtf is that piece of shit moral if he did. He did, right? I couldn't help but feel that he did....

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Area_hulk on 8/25/2014 Reply  · 

Alright reading stuff on internet I finally get this movie( MIGHT BE SPOILERS):
"ultimately I think if anyone watches this movie, at the end of “Wolf of Wall Street,” they’re going to see that we’re not at all condoning this behavior. In fact we’re saying that this is something that is in our very culture and it needs to be looked at and it needs to be talked about. Because, to me, this attitude of what these characters represent in this film are ultimately everything that’s wrong with the world we live in" - DiCaprio

"Belfort is a bad man, money made him happy, he didn’t learn a lesson, and he was never really punished.

Why wasn’t he punished? Because he’s rich.

Why tell his story? Because Belforts run the world.

To tack on a “happy ending” in which Belfort gets punished or is revealed to be secretly miserable isn’t just pandering to audience wish-fulfillment. It would be worse than that.

Pretending that Belfort learns his lesson, or hates what he’s done, or is punished would be capitulating to how the powerful want us to see them. The powerful want us to think they are miserable so that we don’t try to take power from them and become miserable ourselves. The powerful want us to think that the systems in place for making them learn their lessons function properly. The powerful want us to think they are repentant so that we’ll leave them alone to keep fucking us.

The rich and powerful LOVE the narrative that “the rich and powerful are secretly crying inside.” They invented it" - taken from somebody's comment on the web

If this is the case, which I believe it is, the this movie is awesome. This was told through the eyes of belfort himself. As I think it more throuh it makes more sense. Then the only real problem the movie has it that it does the too fatiguing. But otherwise, I think Scorsese has told a wonderful movie, which a wonderful moral

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Arthouse on 10/6/2014 Reply  · 

So entertaining

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AverageMovieBuff on 10/24/2014 Reply  · 

A contemporary Goodfellas, filmed in a way that modern audiences can watch it. A brilliantly entertaining film. The protagonist is a complete asshole and can be unlikable at times but you just love the film overall.

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AverageMovieBuff on 10/24/2014 Reply  · 

I would give this film an 8 out of 10

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movieman97 on 11/2/2014 Reply  · 

Love this movie. My second favorite scorcese film, the first being CASINO at #15, and this at #20, Goodfellas is my 4th favorite Departed being my 3rd.

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The27Arsenal on 1/1/2015 Reply  · 

In terms of entertainment value, there is just nothing like it.

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Koroy on 11/15/2015 Reply  · 

Overrated.Feels like Goodfellas 2.0.

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Eagleskywalker87 on 8/1/2018 Reply  · 

A little unoriginal but that shouldn’t deny how great the film is!

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Cman15 on 8/5/2020 Reply  · 

Can't believe i'm saying this but wayyyy to much satire. I don't think I have ever hated a character that I was supposed to find funny as much as Jonah Hill's character. I was still invested in the outcome of the story, but I don't think I will enjoy it upon a second viewing.

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Crapbaskets123 on 7/4/2022 Reply  · 

It's similar to Goodfellas, but still unique enough to stand on its own. It has similar story structure to other classics like Goodfellas and Casino, but still different. Probably his most enjoyable film and the acting is great all-around with standouts being Jonah Hill and DiCaprio

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durden99 on 9/13/2022 Reply  · 

Overrated. Departed and Shutter Island are leagues better

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