carsten’s review published on Letterboxd:
for a three hour film this doesn’t disappoint nor feel dull during any moment of it. leonardo dicaprio gave one of, if not, the best performance of his career. his portrayal of the infamous jordan belfort was just incredible, everything about it was just so convincing. the screenplay and dialogue was one of the best parts of this besides the directing. martin scorsese did a wonderful job as always, making all of it appealing to watch and giving us beautiful shots and sequences. the fact that all of this (for the most part) is real was kind of surreal to think while watching, which made it that much more entertaining. an instant classic that I could watch forever.