The Wolf of Wall Street (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD)
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Revered filmmaker Martin Scorsese directs the story of New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio). From the American dream to corporate greed, Belfort goes from penny stocks and righteousness to IPOs and a life of corruption in the late 80s. Excess success and affluence in his early twenties as founder of the brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont warranted Belfort the title – “The Wolf of Wall Street.”
Sex. Money. Power. Drugs. Brace yourself for an outrageous true story from legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as a young stockbroker hungry for a life of non-stop thrills where corruption was king and more was never enough. His rise to power earned him the title The Wolf of Wall Street. Together Scorsese and DiCaprio deliver a story of American excess.
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However I do agree with the "fact"? that I can picture the excesses of wall street execs to the same degree as what was pictured in the movie. Money corrupts is what I would term as a moral lesson from the movie. The writer and director didn't need to inflict any interpretations here. I have and many other American citizens have our own interpretation of wall street and the elite politicians of the period.
The movie was a bit excessive. Can't believe it all but yes there is something there. The meat of the movie was pretty good and without the fluff stuff (drugs and indulgence (sex and etc....)) thrown it. Would I watch it again....NO!
I've seen most of DiCaprio's work and this is an encyclopedic showcase of what he is capable of as an actor. This isn't his best film, but it's one of his best performances.
Some sequences are uproariously funny. Truly. Uproarious.
I can see why it did not get the over the top accolades that the "best" films tend to get. Something is lacking about the narrative and the character arcs. There's no deep emotional underpinning, or overarching message. But it has an Olvier Stone-esque quality of cinematic fireworks. And thanks to DiCaprio's virtuosic acting and Scorcese's manic, masterful directing, I couldn't wait to see what happened next.
- Sub Genre Rare, American Drama High life Success and Dark humor
- A+ director directing, it's like the movie Casino slept with My Cousin Vinny.
At first I could not sit through the film. I got to the baby in the car scene and walked out. Such a cruel film. I mean... I saw Boiler Room in a Business Class before (Even Glengarry) and tried to become a Door to Door sales men in those vans with a suit hitting gongs every sale and going to intense pitch meetings. Smoking cigarettes till my feet did not hurt and eating ramen every night because I made $0 at the bottom. Yea, I am part of the American sales story that does not get told without Dark and Humor nearby. I even did cold calls for local loan and shredding companies in college briefly. What I mean is that I can relate to these stories and characters on some level. Even though this sub-genre akin to Trainspotting is more of a High-Life look into one guy's Kingdom aka the drugs, sex, money, and illegal, terribly illegal success, is a whole other matter that even the average 1% of Americans may never get into (That we also don't talk about, too boring). t
Now, after my rant, and reasons behind my walking away from this film, I saw it again. I love movies and want to enjoy an epic Scorsese film taken into very similar Casino territory (American Corruption). So yes, I saw the Wolf of Wall Street again, today actually, and really enjoyed the movie as a character piece. The film is thematically focused on a character drama in an easily corruptible American playground. This is still too limited to explain this near 3 hour epic. The movies theme is a sub genre of American High culture and 80s Wall Street for the new-age young crowd, hipsters like me maybe? To that end and on another level, this is a horror film with humor. An R for cruelty and pleasure or TnA (From the film itself).
Watch it with a cool drink in a relaxed room. This movie is pure emotion and tenacity.
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But honestly the best part of the movie was definitely MARGOT ROBBIE!!!!!!
She's so beautiful and perfect
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