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96. Boiler Room


The Wolf of Wall Street and The Big Short are the most notable recent films in the burgeoning “Fuck everybody and everything that was involved in the financial crisis” movie genre. 739 more words

Judge Trashes Red Granite & Feds' Effort To Put Third Party In Charge Of Company

If Red Granite Pictures and the federal government thought they’d get a rubber stamp from a federal judge in their mutual desire to bring a third party to help run the company during the ongoing investigation, District Judge Dale Fisher took the celebratory fireworks out of their Fourth of July. 649 more words

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Silence - Mini Review (Spoiler Free)


Andrew Garfield has proven himself to be an oscar worthy actor and he proves it here also. I do think his performance in Hacksaw Ridge was more entertaining but his performance here was more raw and brutal. 227 more words


The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

The secret to a good film is to tell a good story. A good story will keep you hanging on to the edge of your seat. 433 more words

Perfect Directors: Martin Scorsese

If there’s one unifying element to Martin Scorsese’s films, it’s alienation. Specifically, the alienation of his male protagonists: whether successes (Howard Hughes in The Aviator, Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street, or Sam “Ace” Rothstein in Casino), failures (Rupert Pupkin in The King of Comedy, Frank Pierce in Bringing Out the Dead, and Charlie and Johnny Boy in Mean Streets), or just outright sociopaths (Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver, Sam Bowden in Cape Fear, and Bill “The Butcher” Cutting in… 1,658 more words


Red Granite/1MDB Case: DOJ Files To Seize 'Daddy's Home,' 'Dumb And Dumber To,' Artwork, Gifts To DiCaprio

UPDATED with statements from Red Granite and DiCaprio reps: The U.S. Attorney’s Office’s Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section has outlined the tangled web of money laundering and the ill-gotten finances that were funneled into Red Granite and used to fund Hollywood films. 633 more words

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Gold (2016) Review


Mr. Wells (Matthew McConaughey) is a land prospector for a mining company, which means that he has to find promising digging sites and then sell the idea of digging to investment firms. 594 more words