Iain Dickie’s review published on Letterboxd:
Over long and over indulgent, and a few more over words can be used to descibe the film, but unlike the film, I won't go over the score.
Far too long, most scenes dragging on beyond what is needed, I'm sure most people will get the fact that the film is full of excess, and horrible people. It was all building up to the downfall of Belfort, which in a three hour film was rushed, and we are given scene after scene of hookers, drugs and bad behavior.
There is a lot of good, Di Caprio and Chandler are great, and I was most interested when both were on screen.
But we could have easily lost an hour and still had an entertaining film. For me personally a dissapointment.