According to Variety, the Martin Scorsese-directed film The Wolf of Wall Street has set the record for the most uses of the F-word in a U.S. feature film. The curse word appears in the movie 506 times in 180 minutes, beating Spike Lee’s 1999 flick Summer of Sam, which had 435 F-bombs in 142 minutes. Of course, the word is not uncommon for a Scorsese picture, with three of his other films – Casino (455), Goodfellas (300) and The Departed (237) – ranking high up there for expletive use.
Wolf Of Wall Street Sets A “Dirty” Record
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