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Movie Review – The Wolf Of Wall Street

18 januari 2014

wallName: The Wolf Of Wall Street

Year: 2013

Actors: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Matthew McConaughey

Genre: Biography, Crime, Comedy

Stars: 8 (out of 10)

About the movie:

This movie is a biography about the crazy life of Jordan Belfort (DiCaprio) on his journey to becoming a super wealthy stockbroker. It’s a insane story about an even more crazy lifestyle with all sorts of drugs, sex and lot’s and lot’s of money.

15-outrageous-scenes-in-martin-scorseses-wolf-of-wall-street-we-cant-wait-to-seeBelfort just had the talent to sell nothing for a whole lot of money and turned himself from a penny stockbroker to one of the biggest companies in Wall Street. The movie shows us 3 hours of crazyness with people do that have way to much money to spend so they end up doing some weird things.

There are a lot of funny but insane scenes with DiCaprio and Hill under the influence of way to much cocaine. It’s hilarious and at the same time it kind of makes you feel sorry for them…But also secretly making you want to be as rich as they are to do whatever you want in life with so much money.

THE WOLF OF WALL STREETMy opinion:

I really enjoyed watching this movie. I did think that it was a little bit too long (3 hours) and even because some scenes are so intense and fast it makes the movie feel even longer. Even though Belfort is a very bad guy who steels other people’s money, has a crazy lifestyle and does everything that God has forbidden…you still like this guy.

DiCaprio and Hill are a great match and even though Hill’s weird teeth irritated me, I still loved both of there performances in this movie.

It’s definitely one to watch and it wouldn’t surprise me if this movie will become a classic! Go check it out if you haven’t already!!

Watch the trailer here:

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iszwuX1AK6A]

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2 Reacties

  • Beantwoord CMrok93 18 januari 2014 at 22:48

    Its ambition and power makes this film essentially a modern update of Scorsese movies like Casion and Goodfellas, among others. Nice review.

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