The Wolf of Wall Street (2014) Movie Review | 10 Critic Reviews | Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill


Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Matthew McConaughey, Rob Reiner, Jon Favreau, Jon Bernthal, Kyle Chandler, Cristin Milioti, Shea Whigham

The Wolf of Wall Street Posterdirection:

Martin Scorsese


Jordan Belfort


Terence Winter



Rodrigo Prieto


produced by:

Riza Aziz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Joey McFarland, Martin Scorsese, Emma Tillinger 




weird aggregate rating 7.5/10Comedy, Drama, Crime

release date:

3-January-2014 (India)
run time:
179 Minutes
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  •  India Today -Rohit Khilnani Rating-10
Martin Scorsese's, 'The Wolf of Wall Street' is a gamble that works. Right from the start, this film is full of energy and it's too fast-paced for you to even realise that it's actually three-hours long!Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) arrives in Manhattan to make it big. The first advice he gets from his mentor (Matthew McConaughey) is to do hard drugs to stay up.
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  •  Times of India -Srijana Mitra Das Rating-9
Straight up, The Wolf of Wall Street (TWOWS) is one of the most amusing and appalling films around. Martin Scorsese paints a compelling portrait of Wall Street, that metaphor for American ability and greed, sending your head spinning with its ferocity. Leonardo DiCaprio stands foreground
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  •  Book My Show -Shadab Hasnain Rating-6
It is rather difficult to objectively assess a Martin Scorsese film, for the reason that the legendary American filmmaker has given us landmark films in the past, and I am a true fan of this ace director. There are a very few filmmakers in the world who have the reputation of giving one masterpiece per decade in the time period they have worked in.
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  •  Cinema Confessions -Gautam Anand Rating-9
Martin Scorsese in a career expanding more than 4 decades has made countless number of memorable film, each remembered for their own good reasons. But the commonality among all of them is fearlessness. Each of his films from Taxi Driver to even recently made Hugo speaks volumes about how fearless Scorsese has been with his choices.
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  •  DNA -Tushar Bhatt Rating-8
Drugs, sex and money make up for most of the three hour running time of Martin Scorsese's latest offering The Wolf of Wall Street which is a departure from his classic style we've been familiar with.Leo plays Jordan Bellfort a megalomaniac who plummets from the dizzying heights of super success.
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  •  Rediff -Aseem Chhabra Rating-5
While Wolf is a DiCaprio show, it is also Scorsese’s attempt to examine yet again the dark side of the American dream, much as he did with his Italian mafia saga Goodfellas, the Irish immigrant story Gangs of New York, and the Jewish mob tale in Casino.It is once again a testosterone-infused larger..
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  •  IBN Live -Rajeev Masand Rating-8
'The Wolf of Wall Street' opens with a montage of such debauchery, it's appalling and fascinating at the same time. Leonardo DiCaprio, playing real-life stockbroker-scamster Jordan Belfort, tosses midgets across his office floor, crash-lands a helicopter while stoned out of his mind, and snorts cocaine
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  •  Indian Express -Shalini Langer Rating-7
Wall Street (1987) was about greed, and how good it could feel -- for a while. The Wolf of Wall Street is about unsettling excess. It never feels really good but, in what is the underlying theme of Scorsese's latest, 30 years on, excess never has to end.
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  •  DNA -Andre Borges Rating-8
The Wolf of Wall Street is the fifth collaboration between Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, and like all the others before it’s a match made in heaven. The film is not for the faint of heart and revolves around the life story of Jordan Belfort, the real wolf of Wall Street and his spiral downward
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  •  Deccan Herald -Akhil Kadidal Rating-8
In The Great Gatsby, he played the affluent, dreamy-eyed titular lead, a saccharine portrayal preceded by his act as a wealthy, morally reprehensible slave-owner in Django Unchained. In Martin Scorsese’s three-hour romp of sex, drugs and stocks trading, The Wolf of Wall Street, he follows a similar lead
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The Wolf of Wall Street (2014)
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