The Wolf of Wall Street Ending Explained, Cast, Plot, Review, and More

The Wolf of Wall Street

The Wolf of Wall Street is a 2013 American biographical crime film directed by Martin Scorsese and based on Jordan Belfort’s memoir. The movie follows Belfort’s life as a corrupt stockbroker at Stratton Oakmont, depicting his fall from grace. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Belfort, with Jonah Hill as his partner, Margot Robbie as his wife, and Kyle Chandler as an FBI agent.

Despite production challenges, it premiered in 2013, becoming a commercial hit. However, it faced controversy for its content, setting swearing records and being linked to a corruption scandal. The film received mixed reviews but earned awards nominations, with DiCaprio winning a Golden Globe.

The Wolf of Wall Street Ending Explained

In the end of “The Wolf of Wall Street,” Jordan Belfort learns important lessons about greed and excess. He remains a skilled salesman, as seen in his pen trick, but the movie conveys a message against the dangerous allure of greed through humor.

When the movie begins, Belfort is portrayed as cocky and selfish, unconcerned about the consequences of his illegal actions. He openly boasts about his drug use, highlighting how excess is closely tied to his greed.

While accumulating immense wealth through his company, Okmont, Belfort finds happiness primarily when he’s high on drugs, often misusing money in the process. His eventual downfall, as well as that of Stratton Oakmont, stems from this destructive impulse. Belfort and his associates relentlessly pursue the highs of both money and drugs, regardless of the harm inflicted on others.


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The Wolf of Wall Street Ending Plot

In the early 1990s, Jordan Belfort joined forces with his partner Donnie Azoff to establish the brokerage firm known as Stratton Oakmont. The company experienced rapid growth and gained prominence in the trading world, eventually leading to its decision to go public through an initial public offering (IPO).

As their reputation and success grew, so did their indulgence in substances and deceitful practices. They threw extravagant parties to celebrate their financial triumphs, ultimately resulting in Belfort gracing the cover of Forbes magazine and earning the moniker “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

However, when news of Belfort’s questionable trading strategies surfaced, he began devising new methods to conceal his activities and further increase his wealth. In an attempt to evade scrutiny from the FBI, they even considered the idea of stashing their money in a European bank.

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The Wolf of Wall Street Review

The Wolf of Wall films excels in character portrayal and remains faithful to the original story. Martin Scorsese’s direction is impressive, capturing the story’s authenticity better than the book. Viewers find it consistently engaging with intriguing twists, reflecting the book’s captivating narrative. These are the sentiments expressed by viewers in their reviews.

The Wolf of Wall Street Cast



Leonard Dicaprio

Jordan Belfort

Jonah Hill

Donnie Azoff

Margot Robbie

Noami Lapaglia

Kyle Chandler

FBI agent Patric Denham

Rob Reiner

Max Belfort

JON Bernthal

Brad Bodnick

Matthew McConaughey

Mark Hanna

Jon Favreau

Manny Riskin

Jean Dujardin

Jean-Jacques Saurel

The Wolf of Wall Street Where to Watch?

The Wolf of Wall Street premiered at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City on December 17, 2013. Followed by the wide release on December 25. It was also released in home media. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 25, 2011. You can also stream Wolf of Wall Street on Paramount+.

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