For a movie that runs for 3 hours it got none of those boring moments that most dialogue centered movies suffered from. Loads of debauchery, money, sex and naked bodies. The collaborative partnership between Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio is one unstoppable train continuously thriving to new and wider horizons. Di Caprio tops his last performance every time and this goes to show for his portrayal as the uber hedonist millionaire Jordan Belfort that he is like wine that gets better with age. Jonah Hill also continuously grow as an actor, may it be with doing comedy or drama -- he can do it all. Correct me if I'm wrong, did he just showed his dick? (Kidding. I know it's only prosthetic penis). This movie doesn't try to trash Belfort, neither questions his morality, nor glorify his actions, but as an act of human observation it challenges us, "when is enough enough?"