Wolf Of Wall Street

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Scorseses The Wolf of Wall Street poised to top Christmas box office

26 December 2013 | 8:15 am The Hobbit, having grossed over $400 million worldwide, is expected to add another $40 million to its U.S. cume. http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/news/174420/

'The Wolf of Wall Street': Reviews Are In

25 December 2013 | 4:27 pm Does Scorsese's new film leave critics howling? MTV News finds out. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1719584/wolf-of-wall-street-reviews.jhtml

'The Wolf of Wall Street' never gets inside the head of its protagonist

25 December 2013 | 2:20 pm 'Wolf' stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill. http://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/Movies/2013/1225/The-Wolf-of-Wall-Street-never-gets-inside-the-head-of-its-protagonist

Martin Scorsese Heckled At 'Wolf Of Wall Street … – Radar Online

25 December 2013 | 4:12 pm Martin Scorsese's new film The Wolf of Wall Street was reportedly met with disdain at an Academy screening. Martin Scorsese was reportedly booed at 'The Wolf of Wall Street' screening. http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/12/this-was-no-wolf-whistle-martin-scorsese-heckled-at-wolf-of-wall-street-screening/

5 Lessons Jonah Hill Learned From Martin Scorsese on 'Wolf of Wall …

24 December 2013 | 10:13 pm When Jonah Hill talks about working with Martin Scorsese on The Wolf of Wall Street, he does not call him Marty. This is unexpected, because everybody calls the 71-year-old director Marty everybody, it seems, except for a  http://www.thewrap.com/5-Lessons-Jonah-Hill-Martin-Scorsese-Wolf-of-Wall-Street

Box Office Prediction: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' vs. 'The Hobbit: The …

24 December 2013 | 8:31 pm Our box office predictions for the weekend of December 27th – 29th where 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' will face off against 'The Wolf of Wall Street.' Check out our picks and then play along! http://screenrant.com/wolf-wall-street-hobbit-desolation-smaug-box-office-prediction

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Jordan Belfort Signed “The Wolf of Wall Street” Script Autograph Full Every Page

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Leonardo Dicaprio Signed The Wolf of Wall Street Script Autograph Full Every Pg

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Jonah Hill Signed 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Autograph 8×10 COA Leonardo Dicaprio

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4 Responses to Wolf Of Wall Street

  • Samuel says:

    How Do Y’all Watch Movies Really Close To Their Release Dates? I know how to watch free movies, but I can only do so about a month or so after it releases. I was wondering if any of you knew how to watch them in HD or in relatively good quality about a week or so after they come out. Or, could you just provide a link to Anchorman 2, A Madea Christmas, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Her. Or, as many of these as possible, or just provide a website that has new releases in good quality. Thanks!

  • SydtheSquid says:

    What Are Your Favorite Movies Of 2013? Here are my top 10 movies of the year.

    1. American Hustle
    2. Inside Llewyn Davis
    3. The Wolf of Wall Street
    4. Frances Ha
    5. 12 Years a Slave
    6. Prisoners
    7. Blue Jasmine
    8. Fruitvale Station
    9. Before Midnight
    10. Upstream Color

    Other great movies that did not make my list:
    This is the End
    Spring Breakers
    Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
    The World’s End
    The Way Way Back
    Star Trek Into Darkness
    The Conjuring
    The Spectacular Now
    Captain Phillips

    I did not see every movie that was released, some I just missed and others have not yet been released where I live. Here are some that I have not seen yet:
    All is Lost
    Enough Said
    Short Term 12
    Lone Survivor
    Blue is the Warmest Color
    The Hunt
    August: Osage County
    Saving Mr. Banks
    Thor 2: The Dark World
    The Act of Killing

    What are your favorite movies of the year?

  • PULP_50 says:

    What Are Your Oscar Predictions? Here’s mine. * indicated winner, though i didn’t choose a winner on screenplays because I haven’t seen all the movies. Also these don’t all show my opinions on the movies just what I think the Academy will select.
    Best Picture:
    12 Years a Slave *
    The Wolf of Wall Street
    American Hustle
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Captain Phillips

    Best Actor:
    Bruce Dern-Nebraska
    Robert Redford-All is Lost
    Matthew McConaughey-Dallas Buyers Club
    Chiwetel Ojifor*-12 Years a Slave
    Tom Hanks-Captain Phillips

    Best Actress:
    Sandra Bullock*-Gravity
    Cate Blanchett-Blue Jasmine
    Emma Thompson-Saving Mr. Banks
    Amy Adams-American Hustle
    Judi Dench-Philomena

    Best Supporting Actor:
    Michael Fassbender-12 Years a slave
    Jared Leto*- Dallas Buyers Club
    Jonah Hill-The Wolf of Wall Street
    Barkhad Abdi- Captain Phillips
    Daniel Bruhl-Rush

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Jennifer Lawrennce-American Hustle
    Oprah Winfrey-The Butler
    Lupita Nyongo*-12 Years A Slave
    June Squibb-Nebraska
    Octavia Spencer -Fruitvale Station

    Best Director:
    Alfonso Cauron-Gravity*
    Steve McQueen-12 Years a Slave
    Joel and Ethan Coen-Inside Llewyn Davis
    Paul Greengrass-Captain Phillips
    Alexander Payne-Nebraska

    Best Original Screenplay:
    American Hustle
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Enough Said

    Adapted Screenplay:
    12 Years a Slave
    Captain Phillips
    Before Midnight
    The Wolf of Wall Street.

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