Synopsis: Academy Award winning director Martin Scorsese once again collaborates with Academy Award nominee Leonardo DiCaprio to tell the story of infamous stockbroker Jordan Belfort. Belfort and his cohorts led by Donnie Azoff, played by Jonah Hill, made a fortune with his company Stratton Oakmont and built that fortune riding a wave of drugs, sex and an addiction to money. Belfort’s rock-and-roll lifestyle would eventually come to a crashing halt once the FBI sticks their nose into his affairs and uncovers that there is a lot of wrongdoing in the house of Belfort.
What makes this movie #4?: Whether you love it or hate it, “The Wolf of Wall Street” will go down as one of the most impressionable films of the year. Scorsese and DiCaprio unleash their most unrelenting work to date and the supporting cast including Jonah Hill, Kyle Chandler, Jean Dujardin, Margot Robbie, Rob Reiner and the screenplay of Terrence Winter is extensively obscene. Scorsese pushes the envelope with “The Wolf of Wall Street” in almost every convention to make its mark as 2013’s most outlandish and unforgettable film of 2013.