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Thelma Schoonmaker Talks Wolf Of Wall Street, Goodfellas Dec 27, 2013 · Martin Scorsese‘s The Wolf of Wall Street is now in theaters, and for those who aren’t familiar with the film, it’s based on the memoir of Jordan Belfort, and stars Leonardo DiCaprio as the hard-partying, drug-addicted stockbroker who was indicted in 1998 for security fraud and money laundering and served a 22-month federal prison stretch. The Wolf Of Wall Street review | GamesRadar+ Dec 13, 2013 · The Wolf Of Wall Street review Greed is very, very good. By Rob James 2013-12-13T23:40:00.346Z Review . The Wolf Of Wall Street forms a loose trilogy with GoodFellas and Casino .

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Dec 25, 2013 · The Wolf of Wall Street did feel like an entry to Scorsese's unofficial trilogy of sorts, following Goodfellas and Casino. That said it wasn't a rip off of those films by any means. The three of them share many similarities such as their brilliant pacing and energetic stories. Of Tarantino and TV: The Legacy of Goodfellas | Filmmaker

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Peter Travers Says ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Is Hilarious Dec 26, 2013 · As Travers suggests, The Wolf of Wall Street marks the end of a trilogy that the director started with Goodfellas and continued with Casino: “All are about chasing the money,” he says, adding

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CULTURE Performers John Lloyd Young, Carmen Cusack, Pia Toscano and B. Slade Sign on for Wallis Production Inspired by Martin Scorsese Films. 3:59 PM PDT 8/25/2016 by Chris Gardner FACEBOOK Looking for movies similar to The Wolf Of Wall Street ... Not a movie, but "White Gold" on Netflix uses a very similar story telling style as Wolf of Wall Street where the main character will break away and talk to the audience before rejoining the scene (the Zack Morris). It's also damn fine British humor. Martin Scorsese - Biography - IMDb The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) has the most uses of the f-word in a film at 569 and Casino (1995) has the fourth. Frequently uses The Rolling Stones song "Gimme Shelter" in his films. Many of his films highlight the fun and glamorous side of immoral behavior while also unflinchingly showing the ultimate cost to both the person and everyone ...