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Martin Scorsese fans may have been wondering "if Marty had lost it" when approaching this film. Christie does go on to say that fans need not have There is some excellent audio mixing in this movie especially considering all the dialogue that happens throughout. It’s definitely a movie worth listening to at higher volume to hear all the details. A good pair of headphones (if you need to keep the volume down) also provides a good spatial experience. Bonus Material
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HD Report is a trusted online news publication with experts in entertainment technology, physical & online media, video gaming, and consumer products. Blu-ray.com and Paramount Home Entertainment are offering three members the opportunity to win a Target Exclusive Steelbook copy of acclaimed director Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Matthew McConaughey, ... organic texture to things without ever tipping over into a noisy appearance. While detail levels are uniformly high throughout, as I mentioned in my
releases, with a really impressive slate of supplements that the film's Region A releases have not included for the most part.
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Leonardo DiCaprio, who plays the lead role of Jordan Belfort, was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. Jonah Hill, cast as Belfort’s business partner Donnie Azoff, was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role. Scorsese also pulls off a very successful CGI effects scene, something he didn’t do well in pictures like his The Aviator (also wth DiCaprio). Belfort’s yacht runs into a monster storm, and we welcome the sight of the gigantic waves smashing into it. Either the oversized scale fits everything else in this bigger-than-life story, or an ocean disaster is the perfect action break from the intense drama. Jordan is swinging a dwarf who wears a crash helmet and goggles while an office full of people shout and cheer.The 2014 Wolf of Wall StreetBlu-ray set a high bar for its 4K UHD upgrade, but this 2160p/HEVC H.265 transfer with Dolby Vision rises to the challenge and eclipses its exceptional predecessor. Before anyone gets too excited, though, it's important to note the improvements are subtle and rarely produce the hoped-for jaw-dropping reactions. In other words, this disc is no Casino, but let's face it, The Wolf of Wall Street is a different, far less flashy entity. Shot by cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto (who would go on to photograph Silence and The Irishman for Scorsese), the film sports a colder, less elegant look to reflect New York's harsh concrete jungle and the financial world's sterile corporate atmosphere. Heightened clarity, better contrast, and bolder color distinguish this transfer, which - according to a Paramount press release - was "supervised by Scorsese,"but there's a limit to how far the picture's various elements can be pushed. The screenplay lends thematic shape to this wild ride of theft and debauchery: brought to heel by the Securities and Exchange Commission Belfort has agreed to step away from the industry entirely. In his farewell speech to his company’s troops, he becomes fired up by his own greedy, criminal rhetoric, and changes his mind. He reneges on his deal with the Feds — a decision that brings down the full weight of the FBI.
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Though the Academy felt differently, DiCaprio should have won the Best Actor Oscar for his bravura portrayal of the greedy, lustful, and egomaniacal Jordan. Impeccably measured yet wonderfully natural, DiCaprio channels his inner asshole and makes this jerk likable, even endearing. Without losing weight or gaining weight or undergoing any against-type, award-baitingtransformation, he embodies Belfort and disappears inside him. It's a passionate, full-throttle performance that inspires tremendous admiration for DiCaprio's seemingly limitless talents. Few filmmakers depict greed and amorality on screen like Martin Scorsese. Thrilling, glamourous, seductive: his unflinching eye sees all and refuses to look away. Nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor, The Wolf of Wall Street is a monstrous masterpiece, equal parts hilarious and horrifying. It was also a breakout role for Margot Robbie, who for many is best known for her performances as Harley Quinn in the Suicide Squad and Birds of Prey movies.Introduction by Ian Christie (HD; 15:22) is an insightful overview, with Christie's slightly comic take on the film at times.