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Jan 15, 2014 · "The Wolf of Wall Street" is the fifth film Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio have made together. Scorsese and Robert De Niro collaborated eight times, most recently for 1995's "Casino." The Rise and Fall of Scorsese's Anti Heroes - YouTube Jan 18, 2014 · After watching "The Wolf of Wall Street" it compelled me to see how the film compares to Martin Scorsese's previous Rise and Fall films (Raging Bull, Goodfellas, and Casino). Review - 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Is Scorsese's Finest Dec 20, 2013 · Leonardo DiCaprio has teamed with Scorsese in five of the director's last six films (The Wolf of Wall Street, Shutter Island, The Departed, The Aviator, and Gangs of New York). Only Robert De Niro has appeared in more of the filmmaker's productions.

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The Wolf of Wall Street sounds like prime material for Scorsese to tackle, as Belfort is the sort of real larger-than-life immoral character along the lines of Henry Hill or Frank Rosenthal (Casino), or even Howard Hughes (The Aviator) - if they had chosen to become corrupt Wall Street fat cats, that is. Similarly, the role of Belfort is one ... Review - 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Is Scorsese's Finest ...

I have a love-hate relationship with Scorsese. His story driven films, like those mentioned and Hugo, Silence this year as well was great, but I hate his 'classic' films like Wolf of Wall Street, Goodfellas and Casino.

The Wolf of Wall Street Movie Review (2013) | Roger Ebert Dec 25, 2013 ... Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" is abashed and ... film lacks the mild distancing that Scorsese brought to "GoodFellas" and "Casino. The Wolf of Wall Street - Reverse Shot Oct 27, 2014 ... It's one of The Wolf of Wall Street's central questions. ... Most viewers of Goodfellas or Casino won't ever have the opportunity to brush ...

18 years after ‘Casino’, his thematic sequel to the 1990 gangster epic ‘Goodfellas’, director Martin Scorsese delivers the third chapter of his (unofficial) crime trilogy, introducing a brand new breed of gangster, a New York stockbroker in the pursuit of wealth and power – Jordan Belfort, ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’.

The Wolf of Wall Street Movie Review - Common Sense Media Parents need to know that The Wolf of Wall Street is based on the true story of a financial broker who bent the rules, became enormously wealthy, and was not caught for years. He lives a life of debauchery and excess, cheating on his wife, remarrying, and cheating on his new wife with an endless array of prostitutes.