Excerpt: Stockbroker Jordan Belfort climbs to the top of the financial tree with little regard for ethics or law in this true life story of the real face of the "American Dream". The Wolf Of Wall Street courts comparisons with Goodfellas in both style and substance, but compared to the astonishing rise and rise of Belfort, Henry Hill and company look like seedy, small-timer losers and this is why the film both succeeds and fails simultaneously.
Summary: Not sure I can condone the message the movie sends - excess, money, debauchery, drugs - it's not exactly a shining example of humanity - but damned if I wasn't entertained. The characters, though despicable, truly are great to watch - with DiCaprio and especially Jonah Hill turning in fantastic performances.
Summary: I]I loved the movie, it is not for kids. It goes through the life of a man with everything in the world but love. And it ends badly. I have already watched it 2 times, it really is special.The party's are like a circus.