Wall Street & Martin Scorsese

Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. Martin Charles Scorsese (born November 17, 1942) is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and film historian. 5.0/5

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Martin Scorsese & DiCaprio u beauty. this is master piece. — watching The Wolf of Wall Street
Behind the scenes of The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) dir. Martin Scorsese
Leonardo Dicaprio called upon to testify in court over The Wolf of Wall Street
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Martin Scorsese is a genius, the greatest director ever...The Wolf of Wall Street and The Departed are masterpieces
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Martin Scorsese is my favorite movie director. Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, the wolf of Wall Street, the departed, Raging Bull, casino.
Margot Robbie, Leonardo Dicaprio, and Martin Scorsese behind the scenes of The Wolf of Wall Street
"Wolf of Wall Street" is one of my favorite films, . not to mention it's directed by Martin Scorsese.
After reading the actual Wolf of Wall Street book by Jordan Belfort, it's amazing how accurate Martin Scorsese portrayed his life.
209: "The Wolf of Wall Street". Director: Martin Scorsese. 2013. Worth watching, if only for Margot Robbie.
Just watched Goodfellas and realized that Martin Scorsese basically remade the movie and titled it Wolf of Wall Street.
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Margot Robbie, Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese on the set of The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) '
Martin Scorsese let me down with wolf on Wall Street.
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When The Wolf of Wall Street came out, I saw the previews and they just didn't stir much interest in me. I finally saw it earlier today. Terrific film. Forgive me, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio for having doubted. Well done. Very well done. I should never doubt my love for Scorsese.
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The most resounding criticism of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" was that its rambunctious, excessive, extreme, vulgar manner was not, in fact, sati
The biographical film based on inventor Steve Jobs is shaping up to be something very special. It features a script written by Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) and will be directed by Academy Award winner Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire). Their next move was to secure one of the Best Actors of his generation to play the iconic Jobs. They recently cast Christian Bale (The Fighter, The Dark Knight Trilogy) to portray the Apple inventor. Bale’s fiery intensity seems to be a perfect match for the driven inventor. It is rumored that Seth Rogen is in negotiations to play the other co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak. Steve Jobs and Wozniak creating Apple computer together in 1975. The move is reminiscent of when Martin Scorsese cast an actor known for mostly comedic performances to star against Leonardo Dicaprio, when he selected Jonah Hill, for The Wolf of Wall Street. Rogen is in t ...
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) 2hr 52m [18] Leonardo Dicaprio re-teams with director Martin Scorsese to play real-...
Wednesday 08 Oct The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) (Cert 18) 180 mins biog/comedy/crime Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort, from his rise to a wealthy stock-broker living the high life to his fall involving crime, corruption and the federal government. Directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Oscar nominee Leonard Di Caprio. (NB: sex/nudity/profanity)       Wednesday 22 Oct The Lunchbox (2013) (Cert PG) 125 mins  drama/romance A mistaken delivery in Mumbai's famously efficient lunchbox delivery system connects a young housewife to an older man in the dusk of his life as they build a fantasy world together through notes in the lunchbox. A multi-award winning romantic drama from India with some subtitles.     Wednesday 12 Nov ROAD (2014) (cert 15) 102 mins       documentary The Dunlops - a family addicted to speed - at any price. Narrated by Liam Neeson, ROAD is the heartbreaking and adrenaline-fuelled tale of a family who have dominated road racing for over thirty yea ...
A look at some of the more challenging shots Brainstorm Digital put together from Martin Scorsese's new film The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo Dicaprio, Jonah Hill, and Matthew Mcconaughey !!
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finally watched Wolf of Wall Street. Does Martin Scorsese score his films these days by making a 6-song playlist and putting it on shuffle?
The stars of the new Martin Scorsese film The Wolf of Wall Street have spoken in defence of the films depiction of sex and drug-taking.
Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese deliver a wicked tour through the life of a high-living bad boy in The Wolf of Wall Street
Like seriously Wolf of Wall Street, Casino, Taxi Driver, Shutter Island, Goodfellas, and The Departed all directed by Martin Scorsese.
For The Wolf of Wall Street, his latest collaboration with Leonardo Dicaprio, Martin Scorsese forewent his signature voiceover style in favor of more direct address: Throughout the movie, DiCaprio, playing the lupine financial huckster Jordan Belfort, looks into the camera and speaks to the audience…
BREAKING NEWS Leonardo Dicaprio is suing Martin Scorsese for not sending him a contributor copy of THE WOLF ON WALL STREET.
KML "The Wolf of Wall Street" is CRAZY!! 😁😁😁😁 look like Martin Scorsese got another classic for me to add to my collection. He and Quentin Tarantino are my two favorite film makers.
Meet the real "wolf" of Wall Street - the reformed version, that is. Rogue stockbroker-turned-motivational speaker Jordan Belfort, 51, whose memoir inspired Martin Scorsese's movie, The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), is a man ashamed of his past. He was played by Hollywood star Leonardo Dicaprio (above…
Jordan Belfort, whose memoir “The Wolf of Wall Street” was turned into a film by Martin Scorsese, expects to earn more this year than he made at his peak as a stockbroker, allowing him to repay the victims of his fraud. Betty Liu reports on today’s Big Number” on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.…
Either Jordan Belfort made a few calls to clear the shelves, or not many rival films are daring to take on the beast that is The Wolf of Wall Street (Universal, 18), but Martin Scorsese's frenzied finance-world freakout lords over this week's DVD rel
With multiple VFX Oscars (Hugo and Titanic, plus a nomination for Apollo 13) plus a couple of Emmys (Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) under his belt, the most remarkable thing about Rob Legato's latest VFX extravaganza is that it doesn't appear to have any VFX at all! Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street is a masterpiece of what has become known as invisible effects, and this article from our friends at Imagineer, highlighting Rob's work with mocha, is a real eye-opener.
Our pick of today's new DVD & Blu-ray releases is Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street. Here's our 9/10 review:
I watched Wolf of Wall Street over several days (it wasnt that enthralling). I'm a big Martin Scorsese fan. Days afterward I'm still pondering what the point of it all was. Is it me? I grew up in the crazy sales floors of the 90's and yes even I do the "sell me this pen" from my old sales training days, maybe that was it, I didnt see the big deal, I could tell some stories that were just a good. Am I disconnected? It just didnt seem to have any redeeming value at the ending. I'm like why did I watch this? Scorsese does crazy peoples lives but they are usually heroic or where important in their time. It just seemed like a crazy party movie? Is it me did I miss something? How did we go from The Departed to this?
Wolf of Wall Street : Australia . Jordan Belfort at the Melbourne Cup 2011. Photo: Eddie Jim Share Adjust font size Read Later By COLIN KRUGER The self-proclaimed Wolf of Wall Street still has a bite, it seems. Jordan Belfort - the convicted fraudster portrayed by Leonardo Di Caprio in the Martin Scorsese flick of the same name - is attempting to bankrupt his former Sydney business associate Ashley Howard over a $255,000 debt. Belfort filed a creditor's petition in the Federal Circuit Court in April and the matter is due before the court on Wednesday. Advertisement The affidavit verifying the creditor's petition was provided by Belfort's local agent Nick Fordham, from the Fordham Company, under a power of attorney. The petition followed a court judgment against Mr Howard in February. ''No monies have been received in reduction of the judgment debt such that the sum of $255,558.55 remains due and payable by the respondent debtor,'' says the petition from Belfort. An affidavit from Mr Fordham states: ''the ...
I watched The Wolf of Wall Street. It reinforced one thing for me.Martin Scorsese is a "hit or miss"...
Martin Scorsese broke the record for dropping the F bomb 506 times in The Wolf of Wall Street. Colin Winsor crushes that record in an hour and a half game of disc golf.
Go behind the scenes with Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio to celebrate the early digital release of The Wolf of Wall Street - available now on iTunes
I was already very interested in HBO's untitled pilot about the late 70's music (and drug) scene in NYC, executive produced by *** Jagger and Martin Scorsese and starring Bobby Cannavale, and today's news that Ray Romano will co-star just about makes me giddy in anticipation. Cannavale plays a record executive trying to get his label back on the map, with Romano the head of promotions. Olivia Wilde and Juno Temple are also in the cast. Scorcese will direct the pilot with a script from Oscar nominee Terrence Winter (The Wolf of Wall Street, Boardwalk Empire, The Sopranos) and George Mastras (Breaking Bad), who will be the showrunner if/when the show gets picked up.
The question of social responsibility vis-a-vis Mass Media will never be outdated. I have been hearing very scary news about the launch of Mexican Cocaine in India exactly after two months of the release of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street", which eulogises, glorifies and rationalises drug culture... Film director, at the end of everything, has a role to play.
If you're a big fan of last year's THE WOLF OF WALL STREET like me, you're going to really enjoy this latest Honest Trailer for Martin Scorsese's film. The Honest Trailer has some fun with the excessive amount of, well everything in THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, as well as how Leonardo Dicaprio always wo…
Screen Junkies does an Honest Trailer for Martin Scorsese's Wolf of Wall Street.
Wolf of Wall Street was so *** good! Extreme drug use, boobies, and Jonah Hill's big fake teeth. Thank you, Martin Scorsese for your decades of hard work and bringing your magic to film. Keep those cameras rollin'!
Finally watching Wolf of Wall Street. Whew. Money, sex, drugs, unethical acts, profanity - all with a heavy dose of humor. Never seen a movie like this. Great directing by Martin Scorsese, great acting by Leo Dicaprio and Jonah Hill. But this movie ain't for the faint of heart.
Holy cow!! Wolf of wall street... Amazing.. All I can say! Martin Scorsese is a genius!
The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount, Blu-ray+DVD Combo, DVD, Digital HD, On Demand) is, to my mind, the best of the Martin Scorsese / Leonardo Dicaprio collaborations to date. DiCaprio burns through the role of real-life financial fraudster Jordan Belfort, a born hustler and con man who finds his nat...
With the release tomorrow of The Wolf of Wall Street on DVD and Blue-ray it seemed a good idea to revisit this Martin Scorsese and Leonardo...
Martin Scorsese is undeniably one of our great masters of filmmaking. He has done all kinds of genres, all kinds of styles and produced and directed some of the greatest films of the last generation. His latest film, The Wolf of Wall Street, is out this week on store shelves and was nominated for 5 ...
Wolf of Wall Street - _/\_ to Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese! Just blew my mind!
Dinner with the Producer of “The Wolf of Wall Street.” Martin Scorsese once said, “And as I've gotten older, I've had more of a tendency to look for people who live by kindness, tolerance, compassion, a gentler way of looking at things.” If I could have dinner with the famous producer, I would ask him why he then made a movie that contained 506 f-words and 60 instances of blasphemy? I’m sure he would answer that he was just portraying Wall Street as it is. I was told similar things in peaceful New Zealand 40 years ago, when they began showing violent American movies and television programs. They said that they were just reflecting society as it was. But they weren’t. They were reflecting AMERICAN society as it was, and nowadays my peaceful home country has been transformed into a horribly violent and murderous country. Just like America. Over dinner, I would ask Mr. Scorsese if he knew why companies hand over millions of dollars for one 30-second advertisement during the Super bowl. It’s ...
Here are the results of "Who will direct the movie of your life". Thanks for playing and there will be more to come! 1. Alfred Hitchcock - "Psycho", "Vertigo", "North By Northwest" 2. George Lucas - "Star Wars" 3. Michael Bay - "Transformers", "Pain & Gain" "Bad Boys" 4. Tyler Perry - All the bad Madea movies. Sorry lol. 5. Steven Spielberg - "E.T" "Schindler's List" "Indiana Jones" 6. Jim Jarmusch - "Broken Flowers", "Dead Man" 7. M. Night Shyamalan - "The Last Airbender", "Signs", "The Village" 8. Martin Scorsese - "Goodfellas", "The Wolf of Wall Street", "Hugo" 9. James Cameron - "Avatar", "Titanic", "Terminator"
Wolf of Wall Street has just been launched 4 days ago in New York, being supposedly the last movie directed by Martin Scorsese , movie based on a true story that has Jordan Belfort as the main protagonist, a character impersonated by the legendary Leonardo Dicaprio, character that …
I envision some really cool promotional posters incorporating the Stone's 'Tongue' logo! *** Jagger and Martin Scorsese have signed actress Olivia Wilde for the '70s-themed dramatic series they're developing for HBO. Rolling Stone reports that Terence Winter, who has scripted The Wolf of Wall Street, The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire, has written the pilot episode. Recognized for TV's House and such movies as Rush and Tron: Legacy, Wilde will play the wife of Bobby Cannavale's lead character, a struggling record company executive. The yet-to-be-named project, which has still not received a final "green light" from the cable network, was originally planned as a movie.
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It's cool that Martin Scorsese got two Best Director Oscar nods this year. One for "The Wolf of Wall Street" and one for "American Hustle."
The one thing Martin Scorsese desired most on 'Wolf of Wall Street'
"Wolf of Wall Street" star Leonardo Dicaprio and director Martin Scorsese greet each other before last night’s Oscars.
Three hours long and The Wolf of Wall Street still didn't find time for what it really needed: Klingons. This video fixes that problem by making Worf from Star Trek: The Next Generation the anti-hero of Martin Scorsese's film.
I just don't get how Best Director in a film went to Gravity?! How is directing three people in a CGI film better then the story Martin Scorsese told in Wolf of Wall Street. They got completely Oscar snubbed while Ellen took selfies and ate pizza with celebs. What a awful show, at least best film and Best Actors went to well deserved people. Can we just bring Billy Cristal back?
Not gonna lie Oscars, you kinda let me down this year :( Leo, J-Law, Amy Adams, Jonah Hill, and Martin Scorsese should have all won...and American Hustle or Wolf of Wall Street should have won Best Picture
but not even comparable to Martin Scorsese's work on Wolf of Wall Street or Alexander Payne with Nebraska.
"An editor! That's who we forgot to hire for Wolf of Wall Street" - Martin Scorsese
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WATCH: Martin Scorsese & Jonah Hill talk about Leonardo Dicaprio's performance in The Wolf of Wall Street.
I was just watching an interview with Leonardo Di Caprio on Wolf of Wall Street. Said it took him 7 years to get Martin Scorsese to make the movie. Now it's nominated for 5 Oscars. Hilarious!!
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Congratulations to Martin Scorsese and "The Wolf on Wall Street". It is now his biggest hit movie ever grossing over $300 million globally
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Finished Cape Fear. Loved it! Martin Scorsese delivers another brilliant film, never dissapointing. He is truly one of my favourite directors, next to Quentin Tarantino. Robert De Niro is flawlessly brilliant yet again in his role, Juliette Lewis is very, very good as always. Nick Nolte is very good in his role playing a different character un-like he's played before. Jessica Lange is very watchable and keeps you hooked. Overall: 9/10= This man can't do anything wrong, sum-up of his films: Taxi Driver= Very good Goodfellas= brilliant Casino= Brilliant The Departed= brilliant The Aviator= brilliant Gangs of New York= brilliant Raging Bull= Brilliant Catch me if you can= Brilliant Wolf of Wall Street= Brilliant Hugo= brilliant King of Comedy= very good and this= Brilliant I love Martin Scorsese and always will do for these films :).
With Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese on board, The Wolf of Wall Street might seem like the kind of movie that could not not get made. But the truth is, the film was on life support when producers Joey McFarland and Riza Aziz came on board to help
So here's a list of my Oscar wishlist/predictions, who I think should win what. Best Picture: Wolf of Wall Street, Best Actor: Matthew McConaghey for Dallas Buyers Club. Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, although Jonah Hill was amazing as well.Best Actress: Judi Dench Best Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o for 12 Years A Slave, Jennifer Lawrence was okay.Best Animated Feature: Frozen, Best Cinematography: Gravity, Best Director: Should be Martin Scorsese but they'll give it to Alfonso Cuaron for Gravity, Best Documentary: Act of Killing, Best Original Screenplay: Spike Jonze for Her.Best Visual Effects will obviously go to Gravity.These are most of the catagories we will get to see although there are a few more I could comment on if asked to. Hope you enjoyed the list. Thanks for your time.
Please let Martin Scorsese live another fifty years so he can keep on making films as good as wolf of Wall Street... Outstanding!
Wolf of Wall Street is possibly the best film I've seen in years. Leonardo Di Caprio- genius. Jonah Hill- genius. Martin Scorsese- genius. Just. Genius.
Chris Mitchell and I celebrated two years together this past Sunday and we saw the movie The Wolf of Wall Street. I totally forgot it was a Martin Scorsese film. Mas drogas en este pelicula!
BERLIN – Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street has become the prolific filmmaker's top-grossing film at the worldwide box office, not accounting for inflation. Over the weekend, the Oscar-nominated movie -- starring Leonardo Dicaprio as debauched Wall Street broker Jordan Belfort -- raced past t...
Jonah Hill showers his Wolf of Wall Street director Martin Scorsese with mad love and talks about reuniting with Leonardo Dicaprio on an upcoming project.
Congrats to Martin Scorsese, Leonardo Dicaprio, and Red Granite Pictures for The Wolf of Wall Street becoming Scorsese's highest grossing Film!
Gregg P Sullivan The Fame Post Bayside's Fame and Global Recognition Continues !!! I'm telling you, there's something about Bayside. Don't know what it is, but it's got this energy that produces really interesting results, inspires greatness in people and inspires mention of its very name in more movies than probably any other town except NYC itself. Just go see the Martin Scorsese movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" and listen to where Leonardo Dicaprio's character says he's from or watch the show "Entourage" whose characters are from Bayside, ask Christopher Walken, ask Willie Degal whose show "Restaurant Stakeout" on the food network was born out of his Uncle Jack's Steakhouse in Bayside, watch the movie "Frequency" with Dennis Quaid that takes place in Bayside, George Costanza from Seinfield mentions that his family was from Bayside. Robin William's character in "Good Morning Vietnam" was from Bayside, even NYC's famous Mayor Fiorello Henry LaGuardia chose Bayside to live in along with a long list of othe ...
Leonardo Dicaprio suits up while attending the 2014 ADG Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday (February 8) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 39-year-old actor and his The Wolf of Wall Street co-star Jonah Hill helped pay tribute to their director Martin Scorsese during the ceremony. PHOTOS:
Who's seen The Wolf of Wall Street? If you're a fan, here's Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio on making the film (available to pre-order on DVD and Blu-ray now:
Jonah Hill hosted SNL for the third time last night and spent the first half of his monologue fielding questions from audience members who were really only interested in one thing: what Hill’s The Wolf of Wall Street co-star Leonardo Dicaprio is like in real life. Feeling a bit cocky — he did receive a Best Supporting Actor nod after all — Hill started throwing shade, telling the audience that Martin Scorsese wasn’t even sure he wanted DiCaprio in the film at all. And then — oh hey — DiCaprio makes a cameo and offers his fellow Oscar nominee a pep talk of the “be more humble” variety. Then they share a Titanic moment, and it’s pretty weird in such a great way.
Funny, self-referential, and irreverent to a fault, The Wolf of Wall Street finds Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio at their most infectiously dynamic.
The Wolf of Wall Street Review: * With a career that started in the early 1970's with 'Mean Streets', and then turning out Oscar material again and again, Martin Scorsese once again show why he is one of the greatest director around. Jordan Belfort (Leonardo Dicaprio) had a dream to become a stockbroker, but as the Wall Street crash hit, he had to find a new way to the top. After working at a local dealership that sells cheap stocks to everyday people, Belfort goes into business for himself. The casting is to the money (pun intended), with DiCaprio giving another Oscar worthy performance. You see another side to him in 'Wolf' that you don't get to see in many of his other performances: humour (see if you can refrain from laughing out loud watching Belfort try to get to his car after one too many quaaludes). Jonah Hill is hysterical as Belfort's business partner Donnie Azzof, without turning into a cartoon of himself. Margot Robbie is the moral heart of the picture as Naomi,Belfort's wife, sometimes on the ...
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Reports saying a four hour cut of Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street are not true.
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, megged by 2007 Oscar Best Director winner Martin Scorsese, is outrageous, brutal, funny, in-your-face, tongue-in-cheek, audacious and unforgettable. You may shy away just from the capsule summary, but once you've started viewing it you're hooked. Of course, you'd be tempted just by the marquee name of Leonardo Dicaprio -- young billionaire movie star, environmentalist, leading man of the all-time number-one movie blockbuster (okay, okay, TITANIC has been replaced by AVATAR on that coveted list, but it's the same director, James Cameron, and how can you beat your own recordbreaking movie with another from you?) Oh, did I mention the innumerable bacchanalian orgies (Wall Street brokers, the film seems to say, need to release their pent-up energies and frustrations, and hire all kinds of hookers for weekend free-for-alls)? Did I mention, as well, DiCaprio's several over-the-top scenes (one is his overdosing on Quaaludes, and trying to drive himself home by crawling like a caterpilla ...
SAVING MR BANKS - Weekend Preview Where her book ended, their story began. Hollywood drama on Walt Disney’s (Tom Hanks) 20-year pursuit of the film rights to British author P.L. Travers’ (Emma Thompson) Mary Poppins novel. As Travers visits California in 1961, Disney struggles to convince her of his screen vision and to crack her prim exterior. AUGUST: Osage County - The Westons, a dysfunctional Oklahoma family, come together to rally around the clan’s dying matriarch in an ensemble lead by Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts. Based on the Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning black comedy play by Tracy Letts. THE WOLF OF WALL STREET - Martin Scorsese directs Leonardo Dicaprio and Jonah Hill in this hilarious Wall Street true story following a massively successful and unscrupulous stockbroker who survived the stockmarket crash and went on a greed, sex, and drug-fueled financial rampage with no respect for the either the law or basic standards of human decency. Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) for DiCaprio, Gold ...
"Wolf of Wall Street" is a very entertaining movie with little social redeeming value. Lots of graphic sex, lude, cocaine & alcohol abuse & a gorgeous trophy wife who does not stand by her man. Excessive display of conspicuous consumption. DeCaprio should win an Oscar for his performance. Makes Gordon Gecko look like a choir boy. Martin Scorsese directs. My niece did a film with him & said he is a nutcase. 3 stars.
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio’s latest collaboration, The Wolf of Wall Street, is the talk of the town following glowing critical reviews, award glory, and a host of questions raised about what it means for the industry it portrays today.
The Wolf of Wall Street is the most Epic Film I've seen in ages! Martin Scorsese films never disappoint!
Any time Martin Scorsese talks about his approach to making movies, filmmakers would be wise to listen — especially when he’s being interviewed by fellow amazing director Paul Thomas Anderson. At a recent awards season screening for Wolf of Wall Street at the ICM Theater in Century City, Scorsese an...
Just got done watching The Wolf of Wall Street it was long as *** but it was a great film Martin Scorsese is a *** of a director
The Last Shots From 21 Martin Scorsese Movies - Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" is filled with some...
Martin Scorsese - you absolute ledge. The Wolf on Wall Street. Brilliant. x
The Wolf of Wall Street, straight into my top 10! Along with some other Martin Scorsese classics.
.'The Wolf of Wall Street' Slammed for Being Offensive to People With Disabilities: Martin Scorsese's late...
Martin Scorsese is a genius. "The Wolf of Wall Street" could possibly be his best film ever. Leonardo Dicaprio is frickin amazing. Leo is definitely in my top 3 actors of all time.
'Martin Scorsese is Kanye West; it's kind of crazy' - Steve Mcqueen, noting that his 15-year-old daughter loved 'Wolf of Wall Street'
1. HER (A+) Warm, funny, heartbreaking and mending- Spike Jonze’s ("Adaptation") love story about a man and his operating system is fantasy border-lining reality. As a commentary on society’s replacement of human interaction with technological short cuts, it’s intoxicatingly observational and, even at its most awkward, believable. Joaquin Phoenix, Scarlett Johansson, and Amy Adams are why this movie works beyond the page and Spike Jonze's beautiful mind is stamped on every frame with a vision of the future that's not so much out of this world, as it is in.   2. THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (A) Now holding the record for most "f-bombs" dropped in a movie (506 times allegedly), "The Wolf of Wall Street" is getting slammed by sensitive audiences everywhere, as glorifying bad behavior. Plenty of films have done this before, but because the man it portrays is real and still alive, Martin Scorsese has been accused of aiding a millionaire-scammer. Be that as it may, the director has never been better and the a ...
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Jonah Hill, who plays an unscrupulous banker in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, tells Xan Brooks why the film is neither a cautionary tale about greed nor a celebration of it. His co-star, Margot Robbie, says it's in those morally grey areas in between that Scorsese finds his richest char...
Jonah Hill tells Howard Stern he got paid the SAG minimum of $60,000 for his Oscar-nominated role in Wolf of Wall Street because he wanted to work with director Martin Scorsese that badly. "It's not about money for me," he said on The Howard Stern
Jonah Hill was so desperate to work with Martin Scorsese on The Wolf of Wall Street, he apparently agreed to work for SAG minimums. In a film with a rumored budget of over $100 million, the Oscar-nominated Hill revealed on Tuesday that he earned only $60,000.
Martin Scorsese only taped about $60,000 to Jonah Hill for his Wolf Of Wall Street performance
Jonah Hill's paycheck for "Wolf of Wall Street" was $60,000, proving that Martin Scorsese both saw and got the message behind "Moneyball."
Diversity of opinion is terrific... But if one more person claims The Wolf of Wall Street is Martin Scorsese's best movie, I'll bust heads.
Jonah Hill Took $60,000 Pay for Wolf of Wall Street to Work With Martin Scorsese / Massive Respect for this.
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FILM REVIEW: The Wolf of Wall Street: It is ironic that director Martin Scorsese’s epic three-hour ­hedonistic...
The Wolf of Wall Street was immense, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio are geniuses.
Wolf on Wall Street is an outstanding movie. martin scorsese at his best 👏
Jonah Hill agreed to only be paid 60k for Wolf of Wall Street just so he could work with Martin Scorsese, so he better win that Oscar
So Jonah Hill only got payed 60k for being in Wolf of Wall Street & took an actual punch to the face, just to be in a Martin Scorsese movie.
Jordan Belfort, the subject matter in Martin Scorsese's latest film The Wolf of Wall Street, started dental school before dropping out to become a crook Wall
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The Wolf of Wall Street, the latest movie by director Martin Scorsese, has been banned in Nepal and Malaysia. Wolf had been set for release here, but the censorship board nixed those plans. The new...
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Just another day in the office... Martin Scorsese's Oscar rich The Wolf of Wall Street opens today. Go, Team Leo.
Film Times from Friday 17th January | Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio are back in the award winning The Wolf of Wall Street
Well done to The Wolf of Wall Street and Martin Scorsese 5 nominations for the Film everyones talking about - Out in Cinemas TOMORROW!
So Martin Scorsese is an Ian Dury and The Blockheads fan! Our only number one, Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick ,features in his new brilliant film The Wolf of Wall Street starring Leanardo dicaprio
Martin Scorsese says the recent financial crisis made it the right time for a film about power, corruption, and the need to be aware of other people, all made with humour, as he discusses The Wolf of Wall Street and how he'd like to change film-making.
Watched this again after many years. In its wake all the controversy about Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street fades into its deserved insignificance. The experience of such a staggering, visionary work puts everything in its proper perspective. Marketa Lazarova - František Vláčil (Czechoslovakia; 1967) 165 Min In its home country, František Vlácil’s Marketa Lazarová has been hailed as the greatest Czech film ever made; for many U.S. viewers, it will be a revelation. Based on a novel by Vladislav Vancura, this stirring and poetic depiction of a feud between two rival medieval clans is a fierce, epic, and meticulously designed evocation of the clashes between Christianity and paganism, humankind and nature, love and violence. Vlácil’s approach was to re-create the textures and mentalities of a long-ago way of life, rather than to make a conventional historical drama, and the result is dazzling. With its inventive widescreen cinematography, editing, and sound design, Marketa Lazarová is .. ...
Leo DiCaprio & Martin Scorsese are an amazing combination...loved The Wolf of Wall Street! Very entertaining movie & funny! Glad Leo won a Golden Globe:-)
Wolf of Wall Street. Now that's how to make a Memoir-mentary-movie. But then again it was Martin Scorsese (Joshua Michael Stern watch and learn, in reference to the terrible "Jobs" film). Amazing. Also Leonardo Di Caprio - possibly up there with Marlon Brando & Johnny Depp as the best three male actors ever (to date).
Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, which is still playing in theaters everywhere, has become an item of controversy among critics, on both sides of the aisle. The Left argues that the film glorifies Wall Street corruption, while the Right decries the movie for painting wealth in a negative l...
“I want you to deal with your problems by becoming rich" says the Wolf of Wall Street. The king of hollywood does it again in Martin Scorsese's dark epic comedy portrayal of debauchery. Di Caprio is absolutely a unique masterpiece and has stunned with his performance of portraying evil at its very best. The movie is an ode to greed, sex, drugs and crime and may be overwhelming for sensitive viewers but a must watch. Overall brilliant movie and while the protagonist is getting high off excessive drug use during the entire film, you will definitely get high off of this hilarious morality tale of a mans rise to power and then his downfall. Three hours spent well :)
Jonah Hill prank-called businesses to prepare for 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. The 30-year-old funnyman - who plays Donnie Azoff in the new dark comedy from Martin Scorsese - has...
Justice Department officials are targeting money paid to Jordan Belfort in connection to The Wolf of Wall Street. Unsealed documents filed in October in the 15-year-old criminal prosecution of the former stockbroker, played by Leonardo Dicaprio in the Martin Scorsese film, detail exactly what was ea...
Inside twisted Tinseltown, Martin Scorsese has marked a new career achievement. His new film "The Wolf of Wall Street" includes a mighty 506 uses of the F-bomb in its three-hour running time. That's almost three curse words a minute. Someone has proclaimed this the new record for F-bombs. Another *** ..
Martin Scorsese directs Leonardo Dicaprio for the infamous Quaalude sequence on the set of THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
Martin Scorsese took a break from defending his "Wolf of Wall Street" to the press by penning an open letter to his daughter that made no mention of his latest, divisive film, but explained why he feels the future of filmmaking is a bright one. The reason according to Marty? Because movies can now b...
Martin Scorsese does it again with The Wolf of Wall Street. Leo DiCaprio is ahhhmazing. Unreal acting by all󾮟
In case you hadn't heard, there's a lot of swearing in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street. How much? Well, for starters, there are 522 f-bombs, all of which -- along with some other colorful vocabulary -- are included in this...
Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" features a lot of swear words. According to Vulture, there are 569 variations on the f-word alone, including obscene ...
"THE WOLF OF WALL STREET howls at a moon hanging high above an atavistic America. This cinematic exploration of excess is a cautionary tale, administered like a dangerously addictive drug by a master of cinema. Here, Martin Scorsese and his talented team – with Terence Winter’s script as guide – write another chapter in the history of New York crime families, with Leonardo Dicaprio’s fearless performance hypnotizing those who believe that money matters above all else. Complicit in his transgressions is an all-star ensemble – with Jonah Hill emerging as his colorful partner in crime."
Jonah Hill remembers auditioning for his role in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street." Find more Comedy Central videos on Yahoo Screen.
Leonardo Dicaprio on the financial crisis, the American Dream, and badly behaved bankers. DiCaprio talks to Justin Rowlatt about his newfilm, Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street', and whether the American Dream is based on greed, or the simple desire for a better life. The film has received criticism for portraying financial crimes as victimless, but Joel M Cohen was a federal prosecutor who built the case against the real life Jordan Belfort. He argues that some of Belfort’s victims are still suffering. Plus, more disappearing jobs. This time from Mexico's organ grinders, a once integral part of daily life in Mexico City
Clyde and I are watching Wolf of Wall Street...bottom line I am OBSESSED! Leo DiCaprio is a true professional and Martin Scorsese is an epic story teller...and don't even get me started on Jonah Hill lol
Not one, but two, Filles reviewed Martin Scorsese's "epic of yuppie excess," 'The Wolf of Wall Street.'
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Leonardo Dicaprio played the character of Jordan Belfort well in the movie The Wolf of Wall Street. His performance in this movie is indeed award deserving. If he doesn't win an Oscar or at least a Golden Globe, i really don't know what the judges was having that day. After another True Life Story Catch Me If You Can, this is another Reality Masterpiece acted out by him and directed by Martin Scorsese. Inspiring and yet Entertaining. I'm would be using some of the clips for my seminar. This 3hr movie is not boring. Unfortunately for Malaysians.. this will be a 2 1/2hrs movie instead of 3 due to suitable scenes for the adults. Well in Malaysia not many "adults" i guess. I would rate this movie 4 1/2 out of 5. This movie is of course funded by Malaysians. Which i am proud of it. How they get the money to fund it... maybe you have to watch the movie. :)
my Top Ten Movie list, 2013 (in order of release): Side Effects, by Steven Soderbergh Spring Breakers, by Harmony Korine The Place Beyond The Pines, by Derek Chianfrance Upstream Color, by Shane Carruth Computer Chess, by Andrew Bujalski The Counselor, by Ridley Scott Inside Llewyn Davis, by The Coen Brothers American Hustle, by David O. Russell Her, by Spike Jones The Wolf of Wall Street, by Martin Scorsese
Big Oscar boost for Martin Scorsese and "The Wolf of Wall Street"
The Directors Guild of America has announced its nominees. Among them are Martin Scorsese for The Wolf of Wall Street and David O. Russell for American Hustle.
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"The Wolf Of Wall Street" finds Martin Scorsese back on top form and Leonardo Dicaprio delivering a career-topping performance. My review:
Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" is basically just "Good Fellas" for business. It's so close in every way that even Leonardo Dicaprio sounds like Ray Liotta. Even with all of that, it's an enjoyable film that I liked a lot... Scorsese knows how to tell a story and make it entertaining...
Martin Scorsese talks about "The Wolf of Wall Street," a peculiarly polarizing film that has ignited passionate debate. The question is why. Something about the movie rubs some people the wrong way, makes them uncomfortable. As far as Scorsese is concerned, it's obvious what he was trying to accompl...
The Wolf of Wall Street: Review A truly fantastic film. A brilliant, based on true events, dark comedy. Definitely not for the kids but absolutely for the adults. Especially adults who have experienced a wild period in their life filled with sex, drugs and money. If you love, Leonardo Dicaprio then it's a must see. If you love Martin Scorsese, then you have to see this film due to his completely different cinematic approach to story telling. The times are always changing, and brilliant directors like Scorsese are always keeping up with those changing times. And if you love sex, drugs and money, then the film is for you my friend, but please just try not to have too much fun in your respective movie theaters ;) Set aside an afternoon or evening, smoke some weed, cuddle up with someone, and take a stroll down Wall Street. You'll be glad you did.
. Movie of 2013.. ... In the year that brought us super heros, giant fighting robots fighting monsters in Tokyo and ' Batman' becoming a con man to Tom Hanks playing a captain of a boat kidnapped by real life pirates and in the same month playing the iconic ' Walt Disney', the best film of 2013 was brought to us by the real life ' dynamic duo' that is Scorsese/ DiCaprio. ' The Wolf of Wall Street' is to me the best film of 2013. Martin Scorsese takes all his skills that he develop and puts it in this film. He brings a all star cast, Jonah Hill, Matthew Mcconaughey and Leonardo Dicaprio, Legendary actor/director Rob Reiner, Jon Favreau, Kyle Chandler, Jon Bernthal, actor/director Spike Jonze, Ethan Suplee. and Scorsese brings out the best in each and every one of them. There has been a lot of controversy behind this film saying it , glorifies what ' Jordan Belfort 'in which this event in the 1980's that this is based on, but what i got from it was the complete opposite.
Really wanna watch The Wolf of the Wall Street...hearing great things about it n to top it all a film by Martin Scorsese !!!
Jonah Hill stars alongside Leonardo Dicaprio in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street.’ He talks about shining a light on society’s excesses — and working with Martin Scorsese.
can even deal The Wolf of Wall Street was so crazy/amazing. I love you Martin Scorsese
The pains and the pleasure of Wall Street life * Scorsese's latest film about the cocky young broker who makes millions is no morality tale, but that does not make it any less entertaining There is no nobility in poverty", a young and ambitious Bud Fox, played by Charlie Sheen, tells Gordon Gekko, the symbolic 'evil' Wall Street trader so memorably essayed by Michael Douglas in the 1987 Oliver Stone film, Wall Street. If "greed is good" was the line immortalised by Gekko, this may well have been the Fox dialogue that endured. Three decades on, that line is now repeated by Jordan Belfort, the aggressive young stockbroker who becomes a millionaire in his 20s and is the protagonist of The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese's much-anticipated latest film starring Leonardo Dicaprio. The films do share similarities. The milieu is the same, after all - the high-adrenaline, fist-pumping, foul-mouthed trading floors of broking houses and the protagonists in both are hungry young men eager to get rich quick and e ...
Recently a daughter of one of the former business partner's of the Wolf of Wall Street wrote a letter criticizing Martin Scorsese for his lack of interest in expressing how Jordan Belfort's crime effected the the investors as well as the families involved.
Andy Nowicki reviews, analyzes, praises, and takes issue with Martin Scorsese's film, "The Wolf of Wall Street."
The Malaysian-linked Wolf of Wall Street has broken the foul word category for a non-documentary film, registering 506 instances of using the F-word – 71 times more than the previous record holder, according to the Guardian. The film, directed by Hollywood legend Martin Scorsese, stars Leonardo...
It remains to be seen whether Martin Scorsese's latest epic will take home any Oscars, but it has already earned one honor: "Wolf of Wall Street" has set the record for the most F-bombs in a single movie. So, how many times does "Wolf" drop the F-word? According to Wikipedia tabulation: 506 times, o...
Last night I went with Lee & Zach to see Wolf of Wall Street, the new movie from Martin Scorsese starring Leo DiCaprio. It got glowing reviews from film critics who fawn all over Scorsese's films. If you have 3 hours to be overwhelmed by an orgy of greed, money, sex and drugs, featuring the most selfish, amoral and unapologetic creep on the planet, this is the movie for you. Definitely not for me. I can't ever remember seeing another movie where I kept hoping the "protagonist" would die already. What is even more disturbing is the thought that said creep is raking in the profits from his book and now this movie. Ugh!
The Wolf of Wall Street: \m/ Genius \m/ ... Drugs, Sex and Money the three pillars of the film... And then there is Leonardo Dicaprio doing a megalomaniac Jordan Bellfort!!! Over the top humor with sexual innuendos flying across the room at every given chance... The beauty of an overdosed and paralysed Leo crawling his way on the ground in a four minute one take shot to get home... It's funny yet poignant at the same time... This film is Martin Scorsese with fire in his belly and Leonardo Dicaprio's Walmart Gordon Gekko cranking up the laughs – a pantomime Goodfellas... PS: Jonah Hill delivers his best performance to date and the gags are ROTFL worthy.
Quick movie review of "The Wolf of Wall Street." I first need to declare that I'm in the tank for the director, Martin Scorsese. I believe he--not Spielberg, Ford, Huston, or Clint--is the finest American director, and my admiration cuts both ways. On one hand, I'm positively predisposed to his work; on the other hand, though, I hold him to pretty lofty standards--and, to me, this was not his best effort. He again teams with Leonardo Dicaprio, who has become his modern muse; this is their fifth collaboration together, and Dicaprio gives perhaps his career best performance--it's right there with his work in "Django Unchained" and "Blood Diamond." He carries a very long--three hours--movie, and he gives one particular speech rallying his troops that will live on forever in the ranks of great film speeches. He plays Jordan Belfort, a stock broker in NYC who ran his own corrupt firm, and the movie is adapted from Belfort's memoirs. He teaches his employees his way of selling, and his brokerage firm is basical ...
The Wolf of Wall Street - yet another masterpiece by Martin Scorsese
Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" is all about excess. From orgies on a plane to cocaine and cash (or "fun coupons" as Leonardo Dicaprio's character calls them), the financial drama thriv...
Is there a saying that dancers are clumsy off the floor? Enough said... What a day... Looking forward to chilling tonight and for 2 days. Maybe I'll go see Wolf on Wall Street in the next two days and look for myself and say... "seriously what were they thinking...that hair looks ridiculous!" LOL. I wonder if Leonardo's "idea" made it into the film. Nothing funnier than Mr. Martin Scorsese (who looks like a little DiNero) going to the band and requesting "Baby Got Back." We were on the floor. Good job Mr. DiCaprio for that one whether it was cut or not. It's a moment I won't forget. Bravo! Lol
The director Martin Scorsese's film The Wolf of Wall Street reached the first place at the revenues ...
Happy New Year's!! A fitting day to look forward...and back. So here's... Ten Best Films of 2013 (so far)... 1- 12 Years A Slave (D-Steve Mcqueen) Overwhelming and shattering don't seem to adequately convey the power this film evokes about slavery in 19th-century America... outstanding cast... Look for Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender and Lupita Nyong'o to all get nominated Oscar time 2- American Hustle (D-David O. Russell) A brilliant and surprisingly funny look at the ABSCAM operation in the late 1970s... Underneath the satire, drama, great acting is a penetrating account of character and the pursuit of the American Dream...The cast is a knockout, but Jennifer Lawrence steals every scene she's in 3- THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (D-Martin Scorsese) The flip side of "American Hustle," this one an outrageously funny and totally outrageous near-farce about greed, Wall Street and excess... told with Scorsese's impeccable flourish and artistry... Leonardo Dicaprio gives what may be his best performance 4- G .. ...
Kyle Chandler, who plays an FBI agent in "The Wolf of Wall Street," talks about wanting to kiss Martin Scorsese after seeing how cool he made him look.
“The Wolf of Wall Street criticised for 'glorifying psychopathic behaviour' ”
If there's anything the Wolf of Wall Street taught me, it's that Martin Scorsese is a dirty old man. Props to you, ya filthy animal
Wolf of Wall Street!! it's DiCaprio and Jonah Hill directed by Martin Scorsese. it's ridiculously good
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Martin Scorsese's riotous new biopic, "The Wolf of Wall Street", is his most exuberant and overtly comic film
Very interesting interview with Martin Scorsese: The Wolf of Wall Street and more...
Excellent Q&A with Scorsese on Wolf of Wall Street:
Jordan Belfort claims he is not making any money off of the Martin Scorsese film about his Wall Street crimes, according to RadarOnline.com.
Jordan Belfort has already been immortalized on the big screen thanks to Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, but now the former investment banker/scammer wants to put his current life on display. He also plans on...
Leonardo Dicaprio has responded to critics who say that The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorseses new flick about Wall Street bankers getting reckless in the 90s, condones the horrible behavior of its characters.
The Wolf of Wall Street reminds me so much of Goodfellas, another great Martin Scorsese film. He just never disappoints.
Martin Scorsese has idolized scumbags his entire career. It's no surprise that The Wolf of Wall Street is damaging:
Martin Scorsese cannot make a bad film. wolf of Wall Street was brilliant
The Wolf of Wall Street is not one of Martin Scorsese finest moment, but is one still a good movie. It has 3...
'The Wolf of Wall Street': Martin Scorsese crafts a tale of financial wrongdoing -
The Guardian: DiCaprio says Wolf of Wall Street 'indicts' fraud: Actor says he and director Martin Scorsese ar...
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Leonardo Dicaprio in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, releases this Friday 3rd January, 2014 (INDIA).
Just got home after watching Wolf of Wall Street. Pretty *** good movie if you ask me. A Lil long, it's a 3hr movie folks. Some parts go on for to long at times, but all in all I would recommend it. I'd give it 3(***) out of 4 (*) stars. After all, can't go wrong it's a Martin Scorsese film! It's got good acting throughout the film. Good cast, Leonardo Dicaprio, Matthew Mcconaughey, Jonah Hill , Kyle Chandler, even Jon Favreau. Pretty darn good movie. Night world, have a happy wonderful safe new years :)
My last movie review for 2013, I take a look at Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street...
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It’s the lair that Leonardo Dicaprio’s character made his home in the new movie The Wolf Of Wall Street. Now the apartment where key scenes from the upcoming Martin Scorsese project were filmed is ...
I'm watching the Hollywood Reporter Roundtable with Martin Scorsese, Terence Winter, Leonardo Dicaprio, and Jonah Hill for 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. Fascinating. Hearing about Scorsese's process, and his first meeting with Jonah Hill, and even Steven Spielberg showing up on set for a day, it's so interesting. Anyway, I love the movie. I'm really hoping it gets it's due come Oscar time.
The major problem with the Wolf of Wall Street is that Martin Scorsese, Terence Winter and Leonardo Dicaprio allowed themselves to get conned by Jordan Belfort. As a "meta-story" that is interesting. As a film it is dramatic malpractie. Their choice to have the film's point of view told from Belfort's point of view sans irony makes the dramatic action imply Belfort's reportage is honest. The result is a movie without theme that resembles the drunk-a-logue of a newly sober addict. An addict enabled by co-dependents in the films creative team, all of which fail to understand the depths of the addict's destruction. Did anyone consider the reality that Belfort's addictions led him to set roots in the middle-class Long Island he so badly tried to escape? His wealth did not bring him the reality he craved. His firm was not on Wall Street. What about the company he kept? They were the people he was fleeing at the film's onset. Examine that. What about his drug rehab. What sins did he face there? E ...
Is Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio's Wolf of Wall Street a comedic satire on the life of Jordan Belfort or a glorification of his debauchery?
 The Wolf of Wall Street: Its an extravaganza of temptations, drugs, women, money, power and Leonardo Dicaprio as Jordan Belfort wealth, illigal business and fraud, Leonardo is the wolf of wall street, he does not hold back to get his way but with a price of losing his mind.  Directed by Martin Scorsese, he is in his territory. Other performances: Jonah Hill as Donnie Azoff. Matthew Mcconaughey as Mark Hanna. Jean Dujardin as Jean-Jacques. Margot Robbie as Naomi. Kyle Chandler as Greg. Rob Reiner as Max Belfort. Cristine Ebersole as Leah Belfort.  This movie is based on Jordan biography, its a very dark comedy, totally crazy and funny. The question here is who can trust those guys. Opportunity is everything?. The Scene of the wedding is a dreaming moment of peace. Chances for nominations: Lead Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio Supporting Actors: Jonah Hill & Jean Dujardin. Esta pelicula es una extravaganza sobre el wall street. Es comedia pero con mucha oscuridad sobre tentaciones. Luis F. Vitar
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio discuss working together on their film "The Wolf of Wall Street" www.CharlieRose.com
Martin Scorsese discovers the bad habits of highly successful people with The Wolf of Wall Street:
Martin Scorsese proves his film making geniusness again in The Wolf of Wall Street. Outstanding movie.
Five-time collaborators Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio have teamed up with actor Jonah Hill to film the most audacious movie about Wall Street ever made.
I can't believe Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter took the most entertaining book I've ever read and turned it into the movie I just saw. Hated Wolf of Wall Street.
has just seen "The Wolf of Wall Street" and while it is not a great film, it is solid enough to keep you engaged for it's 180 minute runtime. Martin Scorsese's successfully finds the humor in what could be considered a tragic tale of one man's rise and fall. Scorsese film is a good character study and he does a great job a showing the relationships between the characters and how they affect each other. Terence Winter's screenplay(based on Jordan Belfort's book) is pretty impressive. I never read the book but through Winter's adaptation, he truly captures the spirit of a man's life that most people would only dream of. We really get an in-depth look and it feels good to go along for the ride. It also does not hurt that this film has so many quotable lines as well. "Street" is enhanced due to the cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto. Prieto's cinematography makes Belfort's life look epic and it really captures the high excess life of yuppies in the 80's and early 90's. "Street" would not be what it is without i ...
Martin Scorsese highly-anticipated new movie, “The Wolf of Wall Street,” opens on Christmas and after reports of standing ovations and sweeping praise, it seems a lock for plenty of Oscar consideration. We’ve put together 13 of our favorite performances, all of which helped make Scorsese one of the…
Wolf of Wall Street = The Hangover as directed by Martin Scorsese.
Martin Scorsese has hit another home run. The Wolf of Wall Street was ridiculous!!
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Paramount Pictures is releasing "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" in the middle of January because of the delay of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street."
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio team up for a Goodfellas inspired take on the Wall Street of the 80s and 90s. Sounds fantastic! So why did I walk out about halfway through? Find out.
Screenwriter Terence Winter talks about Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, adapting the book, plans for Boardwalk Empire, and more.
The stock market may be closed but Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" is having no trouble cashing in at the holiday box office. According to estimates, Paramount's R-rated drama leads all...
Sadly, this is why James Mcavoy will probably not get an Oscar nod for though by all accounts he deserves it: an Academy member or two heckled Martin Scorsese at Academy screening of 'Wolf of Wall Street'. And why it took 33 years for Scorsese to get an Oscar. Yep I said it. See link below for The Wrap article:
"Anything goes" was the guiding ethos for Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio in making their extravagant dark comedy of Wall Street excess, "The Wolf of Wall Street."
Martin Scorsese and Leonard Di Caprio for The Wolf of Wall Street... amazing performance, must see!
Martin Scorsese, you did it again. Wolf of Wall Street best movie of the year
The Wolf of Wall Street (5/5 stars) - Clocking in at 3 hours, this film hooked me at the very beginning with its blunt use of reckless sex, rampant drug use, the power money wields as a luxury as well as a weapon, and never lets go. Leo DiCaprio shines in the lead role as ruthless Wall Street tyrant, Jordan Belfort. He glares, snarls, and screams at his audience with as much confidence, charisma and excitement that even I fell under his spell and was capable of doing almost anything for him. The all-star supporting cast which includes Matthew Mcconaughey, Kyle Chandler, Spike Jonze and many others (I don't wanna spoil the many other cameos) are all flawless, especially Jonah Hill, who I'm rooting for a best supporting Oscar nom, as well as a lead actor nom for DiCaprio. Martin Scorsese has crafted another film full of manic energy and style and uses it to such dizzying effect, that it almost felt like an addiction I didn't want to end. Keep a lookout for a couple of amusing scenes: one at the beginning th ...
"The Wolf of Wall Street"= (director Martin Scorsese's "Casino" - the Mafia) + ("Girls Gone Wild" + good production value) + ("Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" - the Lizard costumes.) Not to mention it's three hours long. Everyone involved in this production has done better work, and the only reason it's not a total loss for Team DiCaprio/Scorsese is because "Shutter Island" was even worse. While DiCaprio takes a bold step as a drug-crazed stockbrocker, Kyle Chandler (as always) steals the show as an FBI agent. Their scene on the yacht together as well as the country club exit are the best scenes in this bloated meditation on greed. Bah humbug! (2/4 stars)
In its opening moments, Martin Scorsese's comedy The Wolf of Wall Street — arguably only the third comedy he's ever made, after the early '80s one-two punch of The King of Comedy and After Hours — announces its levels...
The most anticipated film of the fall has arrived - Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio's fifth collaboration.
Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings will appear on the soundtrack to Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street with their cover of Shirley Bassey's
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Weekend Movies: 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' '47 Ronin,' 'Grudge Match,' 'August: Osage County,' & More Opening this Christmas, Leonardo Dicaprio takes on the finance world in Martin Scorsese's “The...
This year's 'Wall Street' / 'Boiler Room'...Martin Scorsese's hilarious orgy of immorality based on a real-life stock swindler of the 90's.
Moviegoers will have plenty to unwrap in theaters Christmas Day, with a hefty eight films opening, including Martin Scorsese's latest "The Wolf of Wall Street", Ben Stiller's "The Secret Life of Wa...
Martin Scorsese heckled at an Academy screening of The Wolf of Wall Street:
Bollywood filmmaker Anurag Kashyap hosted a special screening of Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street' here, with Hindi film stars like Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif in attendance.
The Wolf of Wall Street is the first Martin Scorsese film Roger Ebert couldn't see. I long for his opinion on film.
AMPAS member scolds Martin Scorsese for The Wolf of Wall Street having too much sex and drugs...buying my Christmas night ticket now!!! LOL
Leonardo Dicaprio & Martin Scorsese on The Wolf of Wall Street's drug-addled white-collar swindler. Ah, the holidays:
Academy Member tells Scorsese, 'Shame on you,' regarding Wolf of Wall Street.
Martin Scorsese reportedly shouted at "Wolf of Wall Street" screening
Review of Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street: A Comedy of No Manners, by David Bax
Pow. Pow. Pow. Pow. Pow. That's how Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street comes at you. I could have taken a few more pows ndash; which shows how ...
Terence Winter was a creative force behind The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire and now is behind the script for Martin Scorsese's fantastic The Wolf of Wall Street.
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