I am foodie as well as a tech head who loves to talk about the greater aspects of all things that should be public. I am more about the good than the bad and ugly and I thought it was time to go public with what I deem to be sensational.
Published March 20th 2014
The Wolf of Wall Street: The best film ever!
The best film ever. Wow, why? It is the most relevant to our times. Greed: good old fashioned simple greed, in our consumer orientated lives it has never been so relevant. Why live through horrid experiences when you can learn from others?
Well, 'the wolf' here indulges in the most carnivorous desires any man can feel. Sprinkle your ego on top of your success, mix in some illicit substances, equals the perfect storm.
Leo did not get an Oscar for this movie, this was the biggest shock! The creation of the CP stage fuelled by drugs during the pre lambo drive scene,required a specific talent no human alive currently possesses, other than possibly Chuck Norris and Leo of course!
Hats off to you Mr DiCaprio - I mean who knew you were this incredible, this movie is to Leo what Scarface is to Pacino.
Now if anyone has ever made some serious quick large cash, simply because they were brilliant and has splashed it like an old testament character, they will know that through debauchery there is no long term gain, or mid term happiness.
If you have never done this, just watch this movie and be happy with your simple mere mortal life. Contrary to common belief, greed, ego and drugs are very bad for your heath, especially combined.
As a good friend of mine says, I would rather be miserable rich, than miserable poor, which is a fair statement, but the extremities of this movie just show how bad things can get.
Bad - also are super hot women - who can coerce, seduce, entertain and please; if she has the looks to go with charms and skills - you are done for, not if, but when.
So the leader of a wolf pack pays a massive price when driven by a cannibalistic craving for carnage and destruction only paralleled by Vlad the Impala himself (metaphorically speaking), but boy, is the run fun if you can survive it.
The moral here is, watch and learn, it's like tasting without swallowing. A lot safer.