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Wolf Of Wall Street.!
#1
Watched it maybe the 10th time again tonight. And fk me what a film.

Can't get bored with it Leo Di is such a talent can we honestly name a shit film his acted in.


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#2
Still never won an Oscar though!

Wolf of Wall Street is very epic.
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#3
not as good as werewolf in London
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(05-08-2015, 10:54 PM)AG86 Wrote: Still never won an Oscar though!

Wolf of Wall Street is very epic.

"Sell me this pen"
Great film. Thought the madness would never end!
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(05-08-2015, 10:18 PM)FRANTIC Wrote: Watched it maybe the 10th time again tonight. And fk me what a film.

Can't get bored with it Leo Di is such a talent can we honestly name a shit film his acted in.

Don't Plum

Romeo & Juliet

Critters 3

The Quick and the Dead

J. Edgar

The Man in the Iron Mask
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#6
Romeo & Juliet lol
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#7
I love how these modern Shakespeare adaptations use more contemporary settings to modernise the plays, yet they maintain the exact same prose. I guess everything but language is allowed to evolve. Probably some pretentious wankers that think it sacrilege to interfere with the dialouge.
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#8
The guns instead of swords thing was laughable!

Thinking about it, The Man In The Iron Mask was a massive lol as well...
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#9
I must be the only one who really did not rate this film that much and I'm a huge Martin Scorsese fan. Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas are easily in my top 10 films.


I just did not care for any of that characters, I found Leo's character completely unlikable and I didn't think the film portrayed him as a brilliant salesman as many other people found. Leo's character was a selfish prick at the start of the film and he is a selfish dick at the end of the film, where is the development or change in character? I also found the scenes where everyone is going crazy after his speeches pure sensationalism and pretty much shot just so people can think "oh shit everyone is going mental, this scene is so awesome." I'm also getting tired of Scorsese using the same tricks he used in Goodfellas over and over again like voice narration, quick editing montages (like when they got busted) and of course use of pop culture music (especially Rolling Stones tracks).


I think the original Wall Street film is a much better movie and Gordan Gehko is a much more interesting character even though he is completely fictional. Also Leo is a good actor but completely over rated, against someone like Daniel Day Lewis in Gangs of New York, he was completely outdone.
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#10
Arthur
Airplane
Blazing saddles
Life of Brian
Goodfellas
Casino
Pulp fiction
Silence of the lambs
Cape fear
The Sting
Silverado
If you didn't see it with your own eyes, and hear it with your own ears. Don't invent it with your small mind or share it with your big gob!
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