The Wolf of Wall Street (18)

Available in: 2D

Release date:
17 January 2014

Running time:
180 minutes

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    Leonardo DiCaprio, Jon Favreau, Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Rob Reiner, Margot Robbie, Joanna Lumley

    Martin Scorsese

    Drama, Comedy

    Scorsese and DiCaprio team up again for the blackly comic true story of a hedonistic and corrupt Wall Street stockbroker. Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a clever young man with ambition to burn. For him, greed isn't just good - it's great! Mentored by Mark Hanna (Matthew McConaugey), Belfort proceeds to tear up Wall Street during the nineties. He works hard, earning nearly a million dollars a week. And he also plays hard, enjoying a blizzard of drugs, drink, sex, parties and expensive toys. But pride comes before a fall. And Belfort's 'pump and dump' boiler room scam is about to lead to a mighty comeuppance. Adapted by 'Boardwalk Empire' creator Terence Winter from Belfort's own memoirs, this 'GoodFellas' of the financial world has been a long-cherished project for director Martin Scorsese. He also collaborates with Leonardo DiCaprio for the fifth time. Watch out too for our own Joanna Lumley in a supporting role!

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It's a compelling cautionary tale of sleaze and immorality with another outstanding performance by Leonardo Dicaprio - Cineworld Magazine

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