American car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles battle corporate interference, the laws of physics and their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car for Ford and challenge Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966.
What a legend ♥️
Did you know that growing up Jack Nicholson was raised by his grandmother whom he thought was his actual mother? He did not discover the truth until a reporter for TIME magazine broke the news to him during an interview!!
What’s your favorite movie of him? 🎥 🎞
1 11715 hours ago
❙▸ the one. the only. the incredible Margot Robbie. ▸ Song: Me!
▸ Insp: @chloesdove
"I had wanted to write the letter for years and years and years. Because I’d heard you were going to do 10 movies and I couldn’t bear the thought I would miss the boat and never see what one of your film sets was like: I needed to figure out a way to get on to set. Maybe I could even hold a door in the back of a scene.But at the same time I wasn’t really in the right position to reach out to Quentin Tarantino and say: ‘Hello, my name is Margot and can I come visit your sets?’”
"So I knew I wasn’t in that position yet and each time something exciting in my career would happen to put me on the map a little more, I thought: ‘Okay, I feel like I’m getting more established and maybe now’s the time.’ It wasn’t until we did I, Tonya that I thought: ‘Now I’m happy with my acting. I feel like I’ve reached the stage where this body of work will show people what I can do as an actor. Now I’m ready to chat with Quentin Tarantino and write that letter.’ I remember agonising over everything – the paper, the pen, how I was going to write it – big, small, spaced out. Then, of course, I thought you might not be able to get the letter anyway, so I should stop freaking out so much, and then I just wrote the goddamn thing and prayed that somehow it would get to you, and it did. A couple of weeks later I remember getting the phone call saying: ‘Quentin got your letter and he’d really like to meet up.’ I didn’t want to get ahead of myself, but then when we sat down – I remember you ordered an iced tea with a sweetener – I felt like it was the most exciting meeting I’ll ever take in my life. I remember you said: ‘Do you know who Sharon Tate is?’ and I said: ‘Yes, I do’, because, funnily enough, after I first moved to LA, another Aussie actor Rhys Wakefield and I used to drive up to Cielo Drive [where the Manson Tate murders took place] and read Helter Skelter [a book written about the murders] out loud.”
that was our thing. We’d go in the middle of the night and read Helter Skelter out loud to freak ourselves out.”
5 38415 hours ago
Welcome to my account for the beautiful aussie @margotrobbie 🌸 Margot is crazy talented and I love every single one of her films! I tagged some of my favorite Margot accounts in hope to make some friends :) #margotrobbie
5 1315 hours ago
Margot x weddings, a lookbook. 👰
In the last slide on the right side there's a very dark photo. It's actually Margot and Tom together, dancing at their friend's wedding. You can't see it that well but it was too cute for me to not share it with you guys. ♡
5 28715 hours ago
Margot at the premiere of 'Suicide Squad' in New York, August 2016.
Martin Scorsese claimed that the sequence of Jordan attempting to get in his car while extremely impaired on Lemmons was improvised on the day of filming, and that it was Leonardo DiCaprio's idea to open the car door with his foot. DiCaprio strained his back during the scene, and was only able to perform the stunt once. #thewolfofwallstreet
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
From director @martinscorsese_ comes this hugely entertaining story, based on the real life of @wolfofwallst. The film is incredibly fast-paced, cramming a lot of information into three hours that, at some points, overwhelms the story and distracts us from the characters.
An A-List cast create some powerful moments on screen, big names such as @leonardodicaprio, @jonahhill, and @margotrobbie portray what seems to be heightened versions of real-life people. For the most part, performances are absolutely seamless, each cast member throws themselves 100% into their character. But despite this, the characters just don’t come across as too interesting, the only thing that saves these characters may be the names behind them.
At first, it’s shocking that this film could be based on real events. But the formation of Stratton Oakmont and the huge amount of wrongdoings that went on there all actually happened. To some, the film is a glorification of excessive behaviour within the firm, but I see it as an accurate representation of what actually went on. However, it seems as though Scorsese left out stories of the thousands of victims left moneyless because of corporate fraud in an effort to create the most enjoyable film he could.
And the film is that, enjoyable, for the regular viewing audience. There’s comedy throughout and exciting thrills that keep us on our toes, but it’s not perfect. Di Caprio places himself at the top of the food chain in this film and owns the show with his unstoppable performance, which in turn has the effect of drowning out a lot of his co-stars.
It’s a good film, entertaining and ambitious. It falls at more than a few hurdles, but manages to pull through most of the time. Despite the difficult storyline, the film does a good job of holding our attention.
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Borsayla İlgili Kesinlikle İzlenmesi Gereken 5 Film
Büyük Açık-The Big Short (2015 Yapımı IMDB: 7,8)
Para Avcısı-The Wolf of Wall Street (2013 Yapımı IMDB: 8,2)
Borsa: Para Asla Uyumaz-Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010 Yapımı IMDB: 6,2)
Borsa-Wall Street (1987 Yapımı IMDB: 7,4)
Başkalarının Parası-Other People's Money (1991 Yapımı IMDB: 6,2)
Margot ready for the Chanel event that was on Thursday night. Follow @margot_skwad for more.
41 3,48714 September, 2019
“There's no nobility in poverty.” 🎬
Legendary actor @leonardodicaprio as Jordan Belfort in modern classic ”The Wolf Of Wall Street” ⭐️🐺⭐️
⌚️ @tagheuer Series 2000 yellow gold