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What keeps the energy percolating is DiCaprio’s performance, in the loosest and most charismatic turn of his career. Read full review
It is the best and most enjoyable American film to be released this year. Read full review
A touch too long, yet never slack, at three hours, TWOWS benefits from independent funding, Scorsese’s brass balls and an A-grade cast’s turbulent improvisations to emerge as an epic, boldly broad screwball comedy about the state of America, then and now. Read full review
DiCaprio's swaggering, swinging-dick performance is the wildest damn thing he's ever put onscreen.
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As hot and wet as freshly butchered meat: every second, every frame of its three-hour running time is virile with a lifetime’s accumulated genius. Read full review
The Wolf of Wall Street joins "After Hours" as the most openly comedic films Scorsese has made. Read full review
If it had been a drama, The Wolf of Wall Street might have been unwatchable: There’s simply too much of everything. But Scorsese and screenwriter Terence Winter (The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire) hit on the genius idea to turn the story into a riotous comedy, one that keeps topping itself everytime you think it can’t possibly get crazier. Read full review
It's rambunctious and unruly, but mesmerizing. Read full review
Scorsese tells the Wolf’s story almost strictly from the Wolf’s point of view. We never see his victims. It’s actually an effective technique, because the Wolf certainly never really saw his victims either — not as actual human beings who could be hurt by his financial hocus-pocus. Read full review
A big, unruly bacchanal of a movie that huffs and puffs and nearly blows its own house down, but holds together by sheer virtue of its furious filmmaking energy and a Leonardo DiCaprio star turn so electric it could wake the dead. Read full review
The biggest and baddest.
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