Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

“My name is Jordan Belfort. The year I turned 26 I made $49 million dollars which really pissed me off because it was 3 shy of a million a week.”.
A New York stock broker refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case that includes mob infiltration into Wall Street and the corporate banking world. After the advert was released in the UK late january; box office sales for the movie ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ people were buzzing to see the latest work of Martin Sooresese and a collaboration between he huge stars that are Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey. The movie presents a large amount of nudity, dodgy business and drugs, despite many british review “having a stiff upper lip”  towards the never endless loop of  Parties, orgies, drug benders; Criminal scams. More orgies, more cocaine fitting for the time period 80’s and 90’s in which it was written and that of which Jordan Ross Belfort live in.
While condemning the stoner madness of the rich, we can all but sniff and lick it ourselves, not to mention blowing it in powder form up the apertures of – no, we’d better not mention that.was much desirable to the audience.  Leonard DiCaprio helping to produce this erotic and well staged film, most memorable sequence of the film in acting and filming had to have been when his character has consumed powerful drugs and then tries to make his way home.
“Tsk, tsk; but wow, wow” is the movie’s motto.
Matthew McConaughey, never better, has a shark-featured cameo as young Belfort’s first-day mentor. McConaughey still very slim from his star role in Dallas Buyers Club where he plays the role of Ron Woodroof a man suffering from AID’s in this movie, he is totally hilarious, a lean, airy-gestured, epigrammatic, mad-as-a-fox cynic and crypto-sociopath: just the man to ensure good order in Moneyville as the young striped shirts learn to get in formation with the striped coke lines.
The book ‘ The Wolf of Wall Street’ itself written by the Jordan Ross Belfort, (is an American motivational speaker and former stockbroker a convicted feline  whom committed fraud crimes related to stock market manipulation and running a penny stock boiler room for which he spent 22 months in prison.) Whom wrote his story clear and as candid as it happened . Im spired the actor Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Sooresese to join together once again after the successful work in Gangs of New York, Shutter Island, The Aviator.  The book written, so forth coming in the book in the way he talk’s about himself and the people he was around. The story itself being so over coming and addictive as a memoir to read, the way it was produced in this motion pictures did not undercut the book at all.
The underlining message of Wall Street, the greed that lives and breathes within all living and breathing animals. Still existing in the business of banking and stockbroking still exciting, during the 7-8 years of making the feel the failure of the banking system in 2008 shows how crucial a film like this would be in opening the minds of people, whilst enjoying the film. The movie having a character as Jordan Ross Belfort allows us all to acknowledge within all of us is the ability to do some despicable things.
Initial release: December 25, 2013 (USA)
Director: Martin Scorsese
Running time: 180 minutes
Story by: Jordan Belfort
Adapted from: The Wolf of Wall Street

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