The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) Poster


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  • The Wolf of Wall Street is a memoir by American author and former-stockbroker Jordan Belfort. The book was adapted for the screen by American author Terence Winter. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • It means that they were put on a list of drugs that had a high potential for abuse, no currently accepted medical use, and a lack of accepted safety for use of the drug or other substance under medical supervision. As such, Quaaludes could not be legally produced anymore, and given the trade secrecy surrounding the synthetic drug, one would be hard-pressed to produce them at all; hence Belfort saying there was a "finite" number of them left. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Three possibilities: (1) It is a subtle Scorsese-joke based on the New Yorker who thought he was going to Oakland, California, but got on the wrong plane, (2) It is an unsubtle Scorsese-joke coming from the fact that New Zealanders have elected a Prime Minister, a multi-millionaire former currency-dealer at Merrill-Lynch, and (3) The dull-witted pen sellers epitomize the pits to which Belford has descended. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • "Stratton Oakmont", Theodore Shapiro. Opening score music.

    "Dust My Broom", Elmore James. Jordan narrates his life at the start of the movie. He talks about his white Ferrari and his model wife.

    "Dust My Blues", Elmore James. Song as Jordan is trying to land his helicopter while high at the start of the movie.

    "Spoonful", Howlin' Wolf. Jordan talks about all the the drugs he uses.

    "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy", Cannonball Adderley. Jordan arrives at Wall Street on his first day.

    "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick", Ian Dury & The Blockheads. Jordan is at the strip club doing cocaine after 6 months on wall street.

    "Bang! Bang!", Joe Cuba. Jordan sells his first penny stock, he meets Donnie at the diner.

    "Tear It Down", Clyde McCoy. Jordan and Donnie smoke crack.

    "Movin' Out" (Anthony's Song), Billy Joel. Jordan brings together his sale friends to introduce them to his brokerage idea.

    "Surrey With the Fringe On Top", Ahmad Jamal Trio. Jordan buys his wife a diamond necklace.

    "Road Runner", Bo Diddley. Stratton Oakfield start expanding and selling penny stocks to rich people.

    "Stars and Stripes Forever," John Philip Sousa. The marching band and strippers parade through Stratton Oakfield to celebrate their week.

    "Smokestack Lightning", Howlin' Wolf. They all celebrate their end of week profits. They roll around with strippers as the DEA starts to investigate their firm.

    "Double Dutch", Malcolm McLaren. After the Forbes article, hundreds of kids rock up trying to get a job with them. Jordan also hires the enforcer, Mad Max.

    "Cloudburst", Lambert, Hendricks & Ross. Jordan talks about the different types of hookers the office use.

    "Insane In the Brain", Cypress Hill. First song at Jordans huge house party.

    "King Arthur, Act 3: What Power Art Thou", The Monteverdi Choir. Donnie is high on Quaaludes at the party. Slow motion shot as he leans over Jordans shoulder as they play beer pong.

    "Never Say Never", Romeo Void. Naomi arrives at Jordan's party and they are introduced for the first time.

    "There Is No Greater Love", Ahmad Jamal Trio. Jordan and Naomi have dinner together.

    "Boom Boom", John Lee Hooker. Noami tells Jordan they're not going to be friends. They drive home together after their dinner.

    "C'est Si Bon", Eartha Kitt. Jordan is doing cocaine off of Naomi in the limo before his wife catches him.

    "Give Me Luv", Alcatraz. Noami walks in on the gay orgy in her house.

    "Uncontrollable Urge", Devo. Jordan describes how a rat hole works as they play golf. The SEC visits.

    "Moonlight In Vermont", Ahmad Jamal Trio. Jordan asks Naomi to marry him.

    "Pretty Thing", Bo Diddley. Jordans bachelor party at the mirage and continues onto the plane. Again at his wedding as they dance.

    "In the Bush", Musique. Second song on the plane as they have sex with hookers and do drugs.

    "Can't Help Falling In Love", Elvis Presley. A version of this song can be heard at the wedding reception on the beach.

    "Goldfinger", Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings. Live song at the wedding.

    "Baby Got Back", Sir Mix-A-Lot. Dancing to this song at the wedding.

    "Everlong", Foo Fighters. After Jordan buys Naomi a yacht for her wedding present.

    "Hey Leroy, Your Mama's Calling You", Jimmy Castor. Song after Jordans speech to his brokers, they start selling Steve Maddens stock.

    "Sloop John B", Me First and The Gimme Gimmes. Jordan kicks the agents of his boat. He talks about taking drugs so he can make the flight to Switzerland & during the chaos that follows.

    "Boom Boom Boom", The Outhere Brothers. Jordan is dancing at a club during the drool phase of taking his ludes.

    "I Need You Baby (Mona)", Bo Diddley. Jordan goes to his aunt to ask if he can use her name for a swiss bank account.

    "Meth Lab Zoso Sticker", 7Horse. They strap their cash to the Swiss hooker. They start smuggling the cash into Switzerland.

    "One Step Beyond", Inspector 7. Stratton Oakmont start getting subpoenas. Donnie pisses on them.

    "Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting", Charles Mingus. Jordan and Donnie go to Italy. They get a phone call informing them Steve Madden is unloading shares.

    "Gloria", Umberto Tozzi. They are rescued from sea and dance with the Italians.

    "Ça plane pour moi", Plastic Bertrand. Jordan is arrested by the FBI.

    "Mrs. Robinson", The Lemonheads. The FBI makes arrest in the entire company.

    "Cast Your Fate To the Wind", Allen Toussaint. First song during end credits.

    "The Money Chant", Robbie Robertson ft. Matthew McConaughey. Second song during end credits. Edit (Coming Soon)


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