‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ breaks the record of most used F-WORD! What The F—
“The Wolf of Wall Street” has broken quite the record! Or may I say, quite the F—ing record as it lands the record for the most number of times “F—” word used in a movie. The total count of the F-word used in the movie is a total of 506 breaking the record held up by Spike Lee’s Summer of Sam in which the total count was 435.
Scorsese’s Casino had a count of 422 F-words while Good Fellas had a count of 300. “Wolf” pushed the boundaries in more ways than one as the cursing goes hand-in hand with the promiscuity and drug-induced behavior used in the film to portray the culture of Wall Street seen from the eyes of DiCaprio’s character, Jordan Belfort.
DiCaprio defends the movie antics by saying to Variety, “the book was a cautionary tale. If you sit through the end of the film, you’ll realize what we’re saying about these people and this world.”
Leonardo has done a great job in the movie to portray the true culture of Wall Street and how things go down there. Admittedly he had to get his hands dirty in the film for his role but he did a fantastic job at it. He says that the movie is ‘misunderstood by some’ and yes it will be by some and others will appreciate it as well.
Currently Leonardo is spending his vacations in Mexico.