From Academy Award winning director Martin Scorsese comes The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

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The Wolf of Wall Street Official Movie Site.

Category: Film, Weekend

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6 Responses to “Saturday Night Cinema: Wolf of Wall Street”

  1. guadas says:

    Stratton Oakmont? Still remember the Forbes article profiling this guy (not such a great profile BTW)…pic of him sitting there up on a chair trying to look “too slick”.

  2. swag says:

    I just finished Jordan Belfort’s book. I am absolutely certain that the film will be better than that stink-pile of prose. How many times must the phrase “loamy loins” appear in a book? One time is too many. Get a real editor next time, sociopath!

    Still, it’s easy to see why Scorsese couldn’t resist the material. Hell, he may have even commissioned it. My one hope is that Marty leaves “Gimme Shelter” off the soundtrack this time.

    I will definitely be seeing the film. I urge everyone to avoid the book.

  3. guadas says:

    I guess that means we’ll see another movie….Barry Minkow and his ZZZBest scam. These fraudsters “recycle” themselves with regularity. Steal, get caught, go to jail, exit, become “consultants” and motivational speakers, etc. Can you blame them?….people will pay good money for these ongoing dramas.

  4. Slash says:

    Hmmm. Scorcese and DiCaprio. That combo is hard to resist. The “how I became a multimillionaire being a colossal jerk” movies are getting kind of old, but I guess I might be persuaded to see it, if it gets decent enough reviews, and if I can stomach watching Wall Street scumbags waste more money in one day than most of us make in a year (even if it is dramatized).

    At least Vegas mobsters and drug dealers give us something of value in return for their ill-gotten gains.

    One of the most enjoyable parts of “Margin Call” for me was watching Wall Street types in “oh shit” mode.