The Movie Wolf of Wall Street is Really a Thinly Veiled Excuse to Promote Every Kind of Sick Fornication

Posted: December 28, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The original movie Wall Street starring Michael Douglas did a good job explaining the excesses of Wall Street without going into extremely graphic visual detail of debauchery, vice and fornication. Fast forward 26 years and Leonardo Dicaprio‘s version of the movie, while entertaining in some respects, is basically promoting the breaking of all 10 commandments and making it look fun to do so in a sick, twisted way. Orgies are routine, including an orgy involving many gay men giving each other fellacio in the middle of the day. Marriage is seen as a boring obstacle to the fast life of fast cars, numerous women, etc. People are committing lewd acts of fornication at all hours of the day, even in the work place and on elevators in broad daylight. Quaaludes are glamorized, though the movie tries to rush in morality during the last few minutes of a 3 hour long movie. One couple walked out of the movie after the X rated sex scenes went way overboard. This movie should be rated an X, and was NC-17 before getting downgraded (not sure why) to R. If they eliminated the unnecessary sex scenes, the movie would probably be closer to 2 hours. If you’re the kind of person who does not need to be dumbed down to being force fed animalistic sex scenes, then this movie is definitely not for you.

  1. Actually, I’d say it was a moralizing statement on the evils of unfettered capitalism. However, lots of enjoyable nudity.

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