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About the Movie
Sex. Money. Power. Drugs. Brace yourself for an outrageous true story from legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese that critics are calling “a masterpiece for a new generation.”* Leonardo DiCaprio delivers “the best performance of his career”** 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 that is “an absolute blast from start to finish.”
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 256
- Fresh: 198
- Rotten: 58
- Average Rating: 7.7/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Man, does this movie have a savage bite.
Fresh: Scorsese unleashes a furious, yet exquisitely controlled, kinetic energy, complete with a plunging and soaring camera, mercurial and conspicuous special effects, counterfactual scenes, subjective fantasies, and swirling choreography on a grand scale.
Fresh: DiCaprio has hinted before that comedy might be his natural calling -- think of Catch Me If You Can -- but his energy here is not just fun, it's discovery.
Rotten: Though it's not a bad movie (it is Scorsese, after all), The Wolf of Wall Street is surprisingly off-putting, overlong and morally skewed.
I Have seen over 700 films in my life
This is my new n. 1 favorite film, the best one I've ever seen
Im not gonna say everything in this movie sucked... The acting from Leo was incredible but I could not get pass the 3 hours of sex and the usage of F#ck every 10 seconds. If this movie could get rid of the sleezy women every 10 minutes showing up bare naked and take away 200 uses of F#ck than this movie could be a 5 star. Think about that Hollywood.
DICAPRIO'S BEST WORK TO DATE.
When I screened the film in Paris last week I was surprised. It was so different than from what I had expected and I loved it. DiCaprio gives his best performance to date with "The Wolf of Wallstreet." And of course with Martin Scorsese directing, nothing could go wrong.