The Wolf of Wall Street: Just the 'F' Words - Supercut

Everybody knows 'The Wolf of Wall Street' is packed with 'f' words - but we decided to feature some that aren't getting their due. Everybody knows 'The Wolf of Wall Street' is packed with 'f' words - but we decided to feature some that aren't getting their due.

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Money, Women, And Terrible Teeth: Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Trailer

Now accepting awards nominations. Now that a schedule change has made it eligible for awards season, Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street would like to remind you that Jonah Hill wears crazy Fire Marshall Bill teeth in this movie. What better way to distract from the fact that this film is the true life tale of a total piece of shit whose lack of morality plunged this country into devastating economic turmoil? God, I hope this movie ends with all the characters choking on their own feces.


Pretend Like Frank Underwood Is Speaking Right To You With This Fourth Wall-Breaking Supercut

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Triumph The Insult Comic Dog Makes Wall Street His Bitch

Wall Street is great... for me to poop on! Take one look at the protesters in New York, and it becomes immediately clear that anyone, and I do mean anyone (crazies, hippies, rapists, Russell Brand) can "occupy" Wall Street. But it takes a very special person to make Wall Street his bitch. In fact, it takes a dog. Triumph, the Insult comic Dog, to be specific. On last night's Conan, which has been filming in New York all week, the mean-spirited mutt took to the streets, mocking the vast array of weirdos he found camped out in the financial district. But he also took time to insult the bankers and stock brokers who work in the area. At one point, a giant inflatable Triumph was used to bang the iconic Charging Bull statue from behind (a.k.a. Doggie Style), a symbolic gesture that's sure to resonate with many Americans as well as the hoards of confused Japanese tourists randomly passing by.


'The Wolf Of System Of A Down' Mashup Is All Like 'AAAAHHHH!!!!!!!'

If there were an Oscar for karaoke, this would be Leo's year. Someone decided to mash The Wolf of Wall Street with one of System of a Down's "Chop Suey" because the Internet. And let's thank the heavens that they did. It cuts together really well. Between the camera work and Leonardo DiCaprio's enraged yelling, it almost looks like this was Martin Scorcese's original intent. Bravo. Now, get to work on Arnie Grape singing "Aerials". If there were an Oscar for screaming, this would be Leo's year.


Jason Statham's Many Jobs: Supercut

He's like a British James Bond. You could say Jason Statham is the hardest working man in action films, and you'd probably be right. There's no way this guy's resume could fit on one page like your career counselor said it should. And his references? A veritable who's who of law enforcement agents, sexy women, and criminal kingpins. He might not be suited for Wall Street, but if you need a shady job done and done right, you might want to get a headhunter to track down one of the many characters of Jason Statham.