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Just in time for Christmas, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio reteam for The Wolf of Wall Street, a film as heartwarming as The Aviator and Shutter Island, which is to say not at all. In the late '80s, Jordan Belfort (DiCaprio) scammed Wall Street's biggest investors, raking in $49 million in a single year. His secret weapon? Penny stocks that brought in a hefty 50 percent commission as opposed to the normal 1 percent on shares of major ones like Ibm. At three hours, Wolf is packed with more sex, drugs, and general debauchery than all of Scorsese's previous films—strangely, there's very little gunfire.) Is this another sure thing come awards season or merely a guilty pleasure as some critics have »

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