Martin Scorcese's latest film, The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), is easily his most entertaining and accomplished since Goodfellas. Like that film, the focus is on amoral criminals, but who wants to see a film about ordinary people doing ordinary things, that's not good drama or film. I was impressed by the different film angles set ups that Scorcese used throughout the film. I had heard that it was repetitive and overlong and I may have to agree that it could have been somewhat shorter, but I was entranced basically from start to finish, even though we all knew where it was headed-it was fun to go along for the ride. Great performances from the main and supporting cast. So far one of my favorites from 2013.