In my official title as doggy movie critic, today I will give a review of the movie, The Wolf of Wall Street. This movie is supposed to be based on the true story of Jordon Belford, who spent 3 years in jail for his 1990's security scam. Bedford is played by Leonardo DeCaprio who as a mutant turtle pulled off playing a human quite well. Okay, I'm only messing with you. Leonardo the turtle is a totally different dude.
This movie was a bit disappointing since there was not one wolf in the entire movie which means that the studio is guilty of false advertising. It was a good movie over all, but when a dog expects to see a wolf in the movie, and only sees humans, a dog can't help but feel disappointed. I thought I'd be watching a movie about a stock broker wolf, and that it would open the door for us dogs to have a job like that. Of course, after watching Jordon Belford I can tell you that he was the kind of human that no dog aspires to be like. He spent most of his life drinking, doing drugs, and cheating other humans. I understand that if a dog has more money, he lives better and has more dingo bones, and I do love dingo bones. However, I like to know that other dogs can have bones too, and I can't eat every bone in the world. I think humans like him are very sad, and their lives are wasted. It reminds me of the adage of a very wise dog who once said, "what good is it for a dog to gain every bone in the world, but lose his teeth". I think greed is like that. The greedier humans miss out on many wonderful things in the world that do not involve money--like smelling another dog's butt, rescuing a great piece of garbage, or digging the perfect hole. Enough of my doggy philosophy, and back to being a movie critic-I give this movie 4 paws up, some doggy kisses, and it was basically a tail wagging good movie. On the human movie scale, I give it an 8 1/2 when 1 is bad and 10 is great. This movie is rated R and does have some nudity and drug scenes so don't go to see it if those things would bother you.
Demon Flash Bandit (Movie Critic)