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The Wolf of Wall Street: The improvisations are so much a part of "Wall Street," and they're improvisation is very hard to cut because it’s not scripted and one actor may go off on some tangent ... [US] Casino (1995) Martin Scorsese does “Wolf of Wall ... I always thought I liked Goodfellas more, but once I watched them both close together I realized I liked Casino more. Boring personal anecdote, lol. Ive seen both plenty of times, but never a week apart like that. Interesting how it changed my mind. Leonardo DiCaprio on 'The Wolf of Wall Street': Real-life ...

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The Wolf of Wall Street – review | Peter Bradshaw | Film | The It's not subtle, but Martin Scorsese's depiction of the debauched rise and fall of a wayward Wall Street broker is an exhilarating riot of bad taste, writes Peter Bradshaw The Wolf of Wall Street :: Reviewed by Thomas Hibbs

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The Rise and Fall of Scorsese's Anti Heroes - YouTube After watching "The Wolf of Wall Street" it compelled me to see how the film compares to Martin Scorsese's previous Rise and Fall films (Raging Bull, Goodfellas, and Casino).

The Wolf of Wall Street Movie Review - Common Sense Media

I wouldn't call it laziness. Goodfellas, Casino, The Departed, and The Wolf of Wall Street are all in a similar vein; but they hardly exemplify Martin Scorsese. Look at the movies in between: Cape Fear, Kundun, Shutter Island, The Aviator, Hugo, etc. Something draws him back to the subject, but that hardly makes him creatively bereft.