Here are 50 things to do when you’re bored at home, including things to do alone, with friends, at night, online, with your sister or boyfriend or whatever, really.
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It isn’t long before Belfort branches out on his own, starting the tony-sounding Stratton Oakmont in a declasse former gas station, resolving to go from “selling garbage to garbagemen” to targeting the deep-pocketed one percent.
He assembles a merry band of brokers comprised of petty thugs, drug dealers and high-school dropouts who, when trained in Belfort’s precision-scripted tactics, prove to be remarkably effective salesmen.
Clocking in at 179 minutes, “Wolf” sets a record as Scorsese’s longest fiction film (one minute longer than “Casino”), but that doesn’t make it his most ambitious or deeply felt.
It lacks the dynamic emotional range of a “Mean Streets” or “Goodfellas,” or the intricate plotting of a “Casino,” and for all its amusing guest stars (Rob Reiner as Belfort’s combustible dad, Jean Dujardin as a pompous Swiss banker) and caper-like episodes, almost everything unfolds in the same manic register.
No, not the magic potions and other dramatic trappings: the behavior of the lead characters, who are so completely taken with each other that they defy their families, their friends, and every scrap of common sense they possess just to be with each other.
Dobler is just a kind, decent kid, not an obnoxious hormone factory.
He’s perfectly complemented by Diane Court (Ione Skye), a sensible, seemingly perfect honors student whose beauty belies the kind of profound loneliness that hits people between the ages of 16 and 22.
He's had several nude pics leaked to the Internet, as well as pictures of him dressed as a woman.
I guess when you have a cock as big as he does you really don't care.