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  • such a crime year jag

  • year how much money on 72,000

  • last month you show me pay stub for seventy two thousand dollars on I quit

  • my job right now

  • I work for you everybody welcome to what the flick holiday movie season

  • on the ground they met at City crystal Amir then make a words

  • Martin Scorsese's back and he has three hours a story to tell you

  • everything go second in three hours and it does indeed feel like it fell

  • so it's got any it back together Leonardo DiCaprio for what this is like

  • their six or seven film together

  • and this time Leo stars as Jordan Bell Ford

  • who is a a self-made mega lo maniacal multi-millionaire like to do

  • blow up a strippers asses and things like that

  • and crashing I you know I think it the documentary

  • I'm Bay it and how he made a lot of money and catch up when you get into

  • and how he ran off with the FBI and it is basically three hours and debauchery

  • tickle my name is Jordan Bell at the tender age of 22

  • I headed to the only place that would fit my high-minded Mb

  • by the

  • I will come legend the real question is this:

  • was on sleep

  • I me

  • in against this is a really long leaving

  • if fun a is overblown it is repetitive it is she a lot but I love and it could

  • have been shorter

  • be definitely but I will say this is maybe my favorite lynyrd have reform

  • entertainer locking out could actually funny images funny and he

  • engine magnetic I mean like he has a physical comedy moment that is

  • owned incredible at present like it like nothing I've seen since I think Steve

  • Martin in all of me the kind of the contortions that he goes through and

  • it's brilliant to watch

  • but also he is so charismatic and magnetic in this movie there's a scene

  • where

  • there's a couple scenes where he you know he they call together all the

  • brokers the office the release or

  • work them up into a lather and get the pics I didn't really kinda peplum up

  • and it's like watching burt lancaster's amor gantry that level of electricity

  • and I love

  • just sheer showmanship I join a hill is great

  • I think there's a lot of individually amazing things in this movie

  • I but its it runs it wears out its welcome it did you get repetitive it

  • does need to be three hours

  • I and the women aren't given any voice at all

  • I'm Michael robbie is actually very very good at his wife she even much more than

  • just an incredibly hot

  • by Irish intended to be objectified which if that was the intention they

  • certainly do and I'll

  • he is going to kill at the time and you look amazing with the bread why you know

  • I think might have actually had some

  • some inside the would have be not only you know just have to have a voice the

  • movie would have told us more about

  • DiCaprio's character I think part of what we're this is a

  • this is meanie shockingly is that this is mostly set in the eighties but it

  • bleeds into the nineties

  • arm but this is a boys club

  • I mean even the women in a boys club our boy talk with yeah I me i mean they talk

  • about

  • you know they talk about the hookers and asses and blow ahead of Pakistan

  • your right i mean the the it is it is as much a boys club who just happen to be a

  • couple women and the wives ur

  • there are relevant to these guys I mean these guys are

  • these guys are pathological arm and at times

  • like you're laughing at him and the jokes get repeated I guess it could have

  • been shorter because

  • it just it there was a lot of the same stuff but to it's quite funny

  • but those jokes get repeated again and again I found myself after a while

  • be like why am i laughing at these guys with their what they're doing is

  • I mean I love decadent and I'm not judg-

  • but like they make they crossed so they

  • they cross over into a decadent that to get at the eventually you're like

  • I felt bad at some point I started to feel bad

  • laughing at and bentsen that what it is no I don't get if they don't give a shit

  • if anybody's offender for the rest

  • time really any more like you know the right opposite are you

  • that not a question for you file H the I guess the repetitive nature of it and

  • that at some point you're like wow there

  • there you're there they're sick and they have no moral compass

  • at all like if that will except maybe as it turns out to some extent

  • looking out for each other but but not really even

  • you know so there's really nothing there the end and it tells you a lot about

  • Wall Street which is clearly the intent which was

  • it is just about making money for us it will even give a shit about the quiet

  • the Commission its us it started assets get rich and more and more and more and

  • what you've done

  • blow of I'll for hookers asses

  • you're running out a bit more what's more tenet what's

  • and then and so at some point you know you wanted somebody's characters to

  • step back hope that in the city wanted in the movie you hope they'll be step

  • back and be like

  • geez what are we doing a William items I have ever might be so much

  • I'll goodfellas for better and for worse right

  • I mean just the energy have it ver the structure on it but there's this whole

  • sequence where they are a capias walking them

  • walking us through with the narration what time it has to be to begin doing

  • his drugs we can get the plane is direct and likes to remain high the whole time

  • it's just like the whole segment in goodfellas really you're talking about

  • the helicopters are of lotteries alright alright

  • is to finish realized how superior

  • others got a deep don't have anymore he's doing for himself you know

  • I thought this was actually so i mean i i yeah I'm not I don't know.

  • I like this a lot and I felt like for small I think this is

  • scorsese is funniest movies ever done I agree right reinvent sometimes people

  • reacting to comedy

  • I think this is far from here the king of comedy and I think this movie is

  • meant to be

  • kinda silly and farcical you care it's a black comedy

  • it is ok but you can't you can't I don't think you can look at those

  • it would be difficult to look at those dies on Wall Street as real people

  • because they're so over the top and I think that if you can really tell the

  • story effectively

  • you have to be as over-the-top yet to show everything in lurid detail

  • and celebrate with them to try to get the appeal

  • go on the ride as opposed to you know kinda sarcastic skewering the cheese or

  • not sarcastic but the dark securing

  • you see an american psycho right I think this is a

  • which would be a weird double feature but I same people

  • right I thought this movie is really fine its its

  • yes its you know the one thing that to me is lacking is any sense of come up

  • and it's

  • like I I felt like at the end it's its I'm like goodfellas on my casino

  • feel like things kinda fall apart and you

  • you identified with these characters or some of them

  • and some others almost a little bit a nostalgia for when there were no

  • highlight

  • this one I'm not sure you ever start to identify with the cap

  • yeah I'm not sure that your at not possible you and they don't suffer in

  • the way the characters the

  • right the you know the sensors in

  • in 1944 they they would have had a problem with your track to be that they

  • don't get there

  • yeah i i wouldn't complain that the movie doesn't at all address the victims

  • are these people which

  • I don't think is that this this is that this is not this movie story that help

  • the didn't bother me I mean I think we all know with a big belly address the

  • big ballers

  • but it does make you there's disdain for the perpetrators

  • that the crimes and I'm so it's not like it at favorable movie to altering

  • earlier this isn't about

  • Valentina me II but I kinda sad my roots actually this is the

  • this is the better Great Gatsby in terms of like you know a hollow decadence and

  • you know the the sort of show we wealth

  • that was how it is in celebration what they do get it over the top back I'm

  • she's making a statement about

  • them doing anything necessarily Ron all know if you only have like a were

  • staying at the hotel

  • yeah traveling right now dunno bad bet you point out that Leo to get come up

  • and at the end

  • Yale but he doesn't because they do I want to give it away but but I mean if

  • he doesn't because

  • anything yeah but he's got the great lawyers and an ability

  • at a time money and that's part of it but thats but much like that he had it

  • all

  • they all these guys all get away with it like who is gone to jail for

  • right they are laying out what it is they all get away with such a liar

  • you know again I don't give away but there something he says

  • after all comes crashing down in fact 0 a.m.

  • right there's a chance I will tell you after but there's the lie that he says

  • that's like oh okay I'm now totally okay with his big three hours

  • you can I this is now if you look at the right way I think this is the most

  • scathing indictment Harvey dichotomy

  • have well had income in this country that I think we see

  • elijah is a big statement in this movie and i think is a good one in and

  • and my theater which is packed laughed but on and allows where they were and

  • it's funny

  • and screening packed mean is packed with a on a lot but with there is it died

  • down energy wise yeah

  • the unit to repeal the balloon deflating a little though and that's a man in some

  • shocking things toward the end some similar to how the

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