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    Why Everyone is Piling on Marty's 'Wolf of Wall Street'

    Why is everyone piling on Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street"? The answer: traffic. Many of the headlines and reviews for the late-breaking contender are focusing on its glorification of its real-life anti-hero Jordan Belfort, played with memorable brio by Leonardo DiCaprio, who has been for...

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    WATCH: THR's 'Wolf of Wall Street' Round Table with Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Terence Winter

    In a video round table, director Martin Scorsese, writer Terence Winter and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about their new film "The Wolf of Wall Street," which DiCaprio calls a "modern day 'Caligula.'"

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    The True Story Behind 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

    TIME has fact-checked Jordan Belfort's memoir "The Wolf of Wall Street" against Scorsese's raucous new comedy--and for the most part, what you see in movie is the real story. Highlights are here.

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    Just How Much Does Scorsese's 'Wolf of Wall Street' Glorify the 1%? Discuss.

    As critics and those involved with the dealings of Jordan Belfort see Martin Scorsese's much-lauded latest, a number of people are raising their voices to criticize exactly how "The Wolf of Wall Street" tells history.

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    The Wolf Of Wall Street

    There is much to admire in the masterful filmmaking and superior performances on display, but it’s a tough film to digest for three hours straight.

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    Thelma Schoonmaker Says 2-Part, 4-Hour 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Was Considered Plus Watch 1-Hour 'Charlie Rose' Talk

    Martin Scorsese has pretty much done it all in his career—tackling a wide variety of genres, delving into no small range of subject matter for documentaries and lending his name as a producer to projects for film and television. But did we nearly get his own "Kill Bill"? In the run-up to this week's...

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    BEST FILMS OF 2013

    I am absolutely certain about the top three films on this list. But the further down we go, the more absurd it seems to rank films as different as the Coen Brothers' wonderfully layered look at a struggling folk singer in the 60's and Martin Scorsese's bacchanalia of 80's excess.

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    Martin Scorsese Says He "Couldn't Connect" With 'The Sopranos,' But 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Was His Path To TV

    Martin Scorsese is no stranger to the thugs, hoods, kingpins and lowlives that keep things hustling on the streets, and he's chronicled that world more than once on the big screen. In fact, next week sees him in delving into the bacchanalia of the financial sector, with the very debauched, very R-ra...

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