The Wolf of Wall Street (Trailer 2 Review)

Nov 2, 2013
Three big trailers for big three movies are released this week. First was the 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier', followed by 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' and latest oust was the second trailer for Martin Scorsese's 'Wolf of Wall Street', and my God it was looking great as usual.
'The Wolf of Wall Street', if you may not know is my most anticipated film in the fall season (even though, Philippines is getting a 2014 release), next to American Hustle and Secret Life of Walter Mitty. I have read the novel its based on written by Jordan Belfort himself, and from all of Leonardo DiCaprio's movies, this might be "that" film in which he is to win the Best Actor Oscar. He is perfect to portray the ambitious Belfort as depicted in the trailer. 
Moreover, the trailer focuses on the bromance between Leo and Jonah Hill's characters having an encounter at a cafeteria and starting their own firm,  the Stratton Oakmont, Inc., its humble beginnings to its flourishing days. It might sound like a simple premise, yes, but it's all on Scorsese's take on how can he incorporate his skills on a story like this. Scorsese is literally back on the dark comedy genre, after taking a big break from crime thrillers, which is something quite exciting.
The cinematography/ the look of the trailer is somewhat distant to Scorsese's previous films. Of course, the close-up is not missing, and the lighting is bright, to what I thought was effective to a film like this. Making it look frenetic and alive. The party scenes looked insane, and cannot wait to see what The Artist's Jean Dujardin is up to in the film.

So, I have to come up with the conclusion that this trailer is the best yet of the year. It's funny, exciting and I can say that I can't wait to see the movie.

The Wolf of Wall Street opens this Christmas at US theaters nationwide.

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