New DiCaprio movie gets solid reviews
December 27 , 2013
"The Wolf of Wall Street" starring the Leonardo DiCaprio is bagging some good reviews by critics and fans.
Richard Brody of the New Yorker called it an "exuberant, hyper-energized riot" and said the movie is "like a mainlining cinema for three hours, and I wouldn't have wanted it a minute shorter."
Michael Burgin of Paste warned that viewers shouldn't compare the movie to the 1987 Michael Douglas film: "Though the two films share one layer of message - behold the high-flying lifestyle loose morals and shaky ethics can bring you in the land of stocks! - Scorsese's film is a meaner, more cynical and, worst of all, probably truer version of the lifestyles of the rich, dissolute and famous."