Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Jordan Belfort in "The Wolf of Wall Street" - Photo courtesy Goksan Ozman via Flickr (http://bit.ly/1f8DMGz)

Why “Wolf of Wall Street” is a profoundly moral film

It set the record for most uses of the ‘F’ word in any film (506, if you’re counting). There are more drugs than you could shake a stick at, and with the drugs come sex–lots and lots of sex. In one particular moment of triumph (spoiler alert), Jordan Belfort’s (Leonardo DiCaprio’s) wife opens a limousine door in front of their Trump Towers apartment to find her husband snorting cocaine off the breasts of the woman with whom (one of many) he has been cheating. The Ten Commandments are overcome by the Seven Deadly Sins and no one comes off smelling too pretty. One of the fundamental questions any worldview must answer is “What is the good life?”