Jeff Branson (I Spit On Your Grave)
William Gregory Lee (Bitch SLap)
Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight)
Michael Bergin (Baywatch)
Jason-Shane Scott (The Wrong Student)
John-Paul Lavoisier (One Day In May)
Bradley Stryker (SMallville)
Eisa Donovan (Sabrina: TTW)
Will Keenan (Tromeo & Juliet)
Natalie Light (Dark Fields)
Traci Ann Wolfe (Sweet Home Alabama)
Wanting to be a Wall Street stock broker since as long as he could remember young Jeff Allen,William Gregory Lee,was about to make his dream come true when he traveled to New York City from his home in Ohio to make his bones on what’s called the street of gold and broken dreams: Wall Street. It turned out that becoming a Wall Street stock & bond broker wasn’t as easy as he at first thought since he had no experience at all in selling and buying stocks or bonds. Hurt and depressed Jeff goes into a local Wall Street watering hole, after another day of looking for and not finding a job, to drink his troubles away and meets the bartender pretty Annie Morris (Elisa Donovan). Annie telling Jeff that her late husband was a player, big shot, in the stock market she gives him a tip that there’s this group, or pack, of stock brokers that go to the bar every evening after work and that their boss a man named Dyson Keller(Eric Roberts) is always on the lookout for new recruits in his brokerage house the very successful Wolfs Bros.Getting to talk to Keller Jeff hits it right off with him and Keller offers him a job, if he could survive the two weeks of training, in Wolfs Bros. which Jeff jumps at. Becoming a member of the firm Jeff is at first very happy with his job but as time goes by he begins to realize that he’s not working with a brokerage firm but with a pack of wolves lead by the two alpha males of the group Keller and fellow stock broker Vince, Michael Bergin. Eating raw meat and giving off a scent to attract the female of the species, wolf-women, to mate with as well as staking out their territory by marking it with their liquid bodily waste was the order of the day, and night, of the Wolfs Bros. stock brokers. Jeff trying to get away from this insanity starts to make it with Annie, who he fell in love with, and before you know it he’s living with Annie in her apartment. Keller who’s also in love, or better yet in lust, with Annie would not stand for one of his lower echelon pack members having a mate that he won’t share with him, the top dog, and his fellow brokers. It also turns out that Annie’s late husband Tyler, Jeff Branson, was also a pack member of the Wolfs Bros. brokerage house and was murdered by Keller and his wolf-pack when he tried to leave it which is what Jeff is now thinking of doing.
Off-the-wall film about wolf men and women who act and think like, but aren’t, werewolves like the ones we see on TV and in the movies and making complete fools of themselves trying to be them. There’s a number of long and boring scenes in the movie especially those that have to do with the brokers getting involved hot and heavy with their mates, hot to trot wolf-women, that go on forever. The ending has Jeff, with he help of Annie, fighting off and killing Keller Vince and their wolf pack with, I kid you not, a silver pen not bullet putting an end to this whole Wolfs Bros. wolf pack insanity once in for all.
Wolves of Wall Street reminds me in some way of the sequence in the 1981 movie “Wolfen” when a pack of wolves, or Wolfen, descend on Wall Street one evening, from their home in the burnt-out South Bronx, and massacre a number of people unfortunate enough to be there at the time; that’s about the only thing that I can think of to compare the movie with. It’s hard to try to understand what Wolves of Wall Street is trying to tell you besides the story of a pack of insane stock brokers more interested in a full moon then in making a 10% commission for executing a multi-million dollar stock transaction.