You may know a lot about movies, but you obviously know nothing about what was really going on on and off Wall Street during those go-go years. Wolf may exaggerate a bit, but not by much, and most importantly it leaves you wanting to puke because you know, in many ways, it was really worse than what is depicted on the screen. It was not so much the screaming private excesses, but the absolute arrogance and lack of respect for people that made those guys so despicable. How they spent their money was not the terrible thing. How they got it was. Excess begets excess and Wolf sets the stage and gives you an appropriately sickening view of what was/is wrong with our financial system...a few people trying to get rich by being smarter or just slicker and abusing people's trust. You can't overdo trying to communicate the sickness of that. At least Wolf will give them fewer places to hide and, perhaps, dent their feelings of self-importance and entitlement.