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(The Wire)   Lawsuit claims the movie "The Wolf of Wall Street" was financed with ill-gotten money. Apparently there is such a thing as being a "method" producer too   ( ) divider line
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2014-04-10 09:52:31 PM  
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Moopy Mac: They didn't mean to glamorize the illegal and decadent behavior of the main character, who is now living a very good lifestyle and using the support of Leo to make even more money. And if they did glamorize that conduct, it was totally an indictment. Ironically.

I just think it's not a very good movie. I don't understand all the awards. Out of the Furnace, which got no awards, was a better movie. So was American Hustle.
2014-04-10 03:40:47 PM  
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2014-04-10 03:02:35 PM  
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Rapmaster2000: Man, those guys partied so hard in that movie.  Did you see how hard they were partying?  They were partying so hard.  Remember that scene where they were partying with with the coke.  They were partying really hard with that coke.  Out of the 25 scenes in the movie where they were partying, that was the best of the ones where they were partying with coke.

You sound jealous.
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