The Wolf of Wall Street has a lot of f--king swearing in it.
Don't believe us? Well, then you can f--king see for yourselves. (Do you understand the theme of this post yet?) But in case you had any doubt and/or you didn't see the movie that won Leonardo DiCaprio a Golden Globe last night, Plot Point Productions has created a supercut of every single time the f-bomb was dropped over Wolf of Wall Street's 180-minute run time.
There seems to be some discrepancy over how many time "f--k" is actually said in the film, because a lot of the sequences where the word is heavily featured include group scenes where everyone is talking over each other. But according to this supercut, DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Margot Robbie and the rest of the cast say it 522 f--king times.
In case you're keeping track, Wolf of Wall Street has more f-bombs than any other non-documentary movie in history, surpassing Summer of Sam. There is a documentary called F--k (seriously) and it's about the history of the word. Were you aware that that the first written appearance of "f--k" was in the 1475 poem "Flen Flyys?" The more you know...
Watch the video below to revel in all the swearing. Spoilers below (duh) and obviously, very NSFW language and images are in the video. So don't blast your f--king speakers if you're at f--king work, OK? F--k.
(H/T Laughing Squid)