Tomorrow, the Wolf of Wall Street opens. It is eagerly awaited by many, telling the story of a scumbag penny stock broker who defrauds clients of $100s of millions of dollars.

What would happen if Scorcese was the director of Its a Wonderful Life, and shot it int he same way?

Here’s your answer:

The Wolf Of Bedford Falls

Category: Markets

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2 Responses to “Scorsese’s Wolf Edition of “It’s A Wonderful Life””

  1. manifest says:

    “What have you been doing, [White Whale], playing the market with the bank’s money?” — J. Dimon

  2. S Brennan says:

    “It’s A Wonderful Life” has been playing nationwide for the past 35 years…say hello to Pottersville…Bedford Falls we miss you.