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‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ sets the record for the most F-Bombs

‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ sets the record for the most F-Bombs
January 3, 2014 JEREMY FEIST
The Wolf Of Wall Street

The Wolf Of Wall Street

Look, we’re going to level with you: Everyone’s still in a bit of a post-holiday come down, which means that none of the regulars are out doing the regular sh!tty things they’re doing, and outlets are kind of dead for material. So we sort of have to take what we’re given here and what we’ve been given is The Wolf of Wall Street breaking the record for most F-bombs dropped in a single film. Via SkyNews

The Golden Globe-nominated film has 506 uses of the expletive in 179 minutes, according to Wikipedia’s list, which uses several websites that monitor swearing in films. It knocked Spike Lee’s 1999 film Summer Of Sam off the top of the chart for non-documentary films. The film joins Scorsese’s earlier gangster films Casino and Goodfellas in the swearing top 10.

Well, I guess they needed something to distract from the fact that they cast Jonah Hill. I mean really, once you go down that road, there’s really nothing you can do to reverse that. “Jonah Hill? Crap. Crap and damn. All right, just front-load it with F-bombs and hope no one notices that Hill doesn’t have the charisma to carry a film alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.”