Sex,Drugs, and Money
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This paper presents a summary and review of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street". The paper summarizes the story behind the movie and explains that it is based on a true story. The paper then praises Jordan Belfort, who wrote the book "The Wolf of Wall Street", upon which the movie is based, and his behind-the-scene efforts to keep the movie in line with the original story. The paper further praises the actors in the movie, claiming that the film's success was due in large part to the outstanding acting. The paper concludes that "The Wolf of Wall Street" is a must see movie. Some photos from the movie are included with the paper.
From the Paper:"The acting in this film makes it a joy to watch. The exciting atmosphere that Stratton Oakmont has in the film draws in the audience. While it may be one of the most vulgar major movies ever to be released, nobody said this movie was for children. It is certainly a movie for adults and one that will be enjoyed by many adults who have also like Boiler Room (2000) and Wall Street (1987). Watching Belfort grow is company and acquire an insane amount of money is exhilarating. Martin Scorsese made to perfect combination of humor and excitement. DiCaprio said his true calling may be comedy and he shows that in his performance. The love affair between DiCaprio and Margot Robbie is a nice touch. It reminds the audience that this was the real life of Jordan Belfort. Belfort is a true anti-hero in the film, while almost stealing hard earned money from people; he still manages to have people respect him because of the leadership and charisma that he possesses. His vulgar nature throughout all of his debauchery is not something to be looked up at, but his leadership skills and ability to make a crowded room listen attentively to everything he says is certainly something that should be admired. Watching a money driven man deceive an entire country for years and years is not only entertaining it is impressive. There are no free lunches and that idea is what drives Belfort and makes him a character that is unforgettable. This ultimately makes it a must-see. "
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Sex,Drugs, and Money (2014, May 21) Retrieved January 20, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/sex-drugs-and-money-153868/
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