(Movie Preview-1) Gordon Gekko looks like a veritable lap dog compared to Jordan Belfort, the self-proclaimed “Wolf of Wall Street” who’s coked-up, and pill-popping built him a multi-millionaire at age twenty six, a convicted felon a decade later, and also a bestselling author as well as motivational speaker a decade after that. At present, Belfort’s riches-to-slightly-less-riches tale has been brought to the screen by no less a connoisseur of charismatic sociopaths than Martin Scorsese, and the consequence is a large, unruly bacchanal of a movie that huffs and puffs as well as nearly blows its own house down, but keeps together by sheer virtue of its furious filmmaking energy and a DiCaprio star turn so electric it could wake the dead. The Wolf of Wall Street movie download, Wolf of Wall Street full movie watch online.
Arriving six weeks past its original November release date as well as still showing signs of editing-room haste, “TheWolf” should ride a high want-to-see factor and normally admiring reviews to solid holiday B.O., though its extreme content and length may keep the reportedly $100 million production from reaching the rarefied aerie of “The Departed” and “Shutter Island”. Wolf of Wall Street full movie watch online free, The Wolf of Wall Street full movie free.
After going unexpectedly kid-friendly for 2011’s “Hugo” (his first PG movie in two decades), Scorsese could hardly have followed with a more dramatic about-face than “Wolf,” which skirts the very outer limits of the R rating with its nonstop barrage of drug-fueled decadence, all put across with a sinister smile. In the first reel alone, which aptly sets the tone for what’s to come, Belfort (DiCaprio) can be seen snorting coke off a prostitute’s backside, getting fellated while driving his white Ferrari, and nearly crashing his private helicopter while high on a homemade cocktail of Quaaludes, Xanax and morphine (the last one “because it’s awesome”). If some of the advance hype suggested that “Wolf” was going to be a kind of “Goodfellas” on Wall Street, in reality it’s more like the jittery, paranoid third act of that movie stretched out to three hours, starting at a fever pitch and heading toward the nuclear. The Wolf of Wall Street movie watch online
In the prologue to “Wolf,” the first of two volumes of memoirs, Belfort wrote that he hoped his story would serve as “a cautionary tale to the rich and poor alike,” though there was little in the 500 pages that followed (or in the cover line, “I partied like a rock star, lived like a king”) that suggested contrition. Nor have Scorsese and screenwriter Terence Winter brought any retroactive moralizing to bear on the material. Rather, they take Belfort on his own questionable terms, seeking to reproduce the atmosphere of crazed, alpha-male intensity that engulfed the trading floor at Stratton Oakmont, the Belfort-founded brokerage house which, in “Wolf,” comes to resemble a Boschian Rome before the fall. It is the sort of office where a bathroom placard kindly reminds everyone not to engage in intercourse on the premises during office hours — right where the “Employees Must Wash Hands” sign usually goes.