comedycentral:

Click here to watch Jon Stewart discuss the reactions to Michael Sam’s revelation that the NFL prospect is gay.

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Sam is the man

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thefilmfatale:

The memorable chest thumping/chanting scene with Matthew McConaughey and Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street was actually based on McConaughey’s own real life pre-filming ritual. McConaughey recalls, in an interview with Rolling Stone:

"That’s one of my rituals that I do before filming. It’s a humming meditation, and when I was in the middle of it, Leo interrupted and said, ‘What is that you’re doing?’ I told him I was just preparing for the scene and immediately he was like, ‘You have to do that in the scene!’ So I said all right. Little did I know that when I saw the final cut and it actually became the baseline for our story" (x).

theclassicfilms:

The Wolf of Wall Street- Martin Scorsese - Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, and Margot Robbie

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kdo:

The Lemonheads - Mrs. Robinson (1992)

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Having finally watched “The Wolf of Wall Street” I thought I’d rank all the movies I have seen by my favorite director.

  1. Goodfellas
  2. Raging Bull
  3. Casino
  4. Taxi Driver
  5. The Wolf of Wall Street
  6. The Departed
  7. Hugo
  8. Mean Streets
  9. Shutter Island
  10. After Hours

That isn’t to say any of those movies are bad, in fact I have not seen a movie directed by Scorsese that I didn’t enjoy.