'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Sets Record For F-Word Usage
Just how many f--ks does it take to make you stop in amazement?
Martin Scorsese's deliciously debauchery-filled The Wolf of Wall Street managed to outshine Spike Lee's 1999 drama in the F-U department.
The Leonardo DiCaprio / Jonah Hill-starring picture used the obscene word 506 times over the film's 180-minute running time, according to Wikipedia. While there are a host of other offensive scenes in the picture, for humanity's sake, neither film actually hold the world record for breaking the 'f--k' meter, which belongs to F--k (857), a documentary about the usage of the word.
If you plan on counting out how many f--ks were given by Scorsese over the course of his movie career, be sure to watch classics such as Goodfellas and Casino. Both are similar entries for the "not-giving-two-effs-meter," and are enjoyable pieces of cinema.
The Wolf of Wall Street also stars Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Margot Robbie, and Rob Reiner. The film is in theaters now.