According to critics, there’s plenty to howl about in the new movie "The Wolf of Wall Street." Some have balked at the language; Rolling Stone counted a record 506 F-bombs. Others take issue with its depiction of 1980s excess. But as WGBH arts editor Jared Bowen explains, in both film and on stage right now, it’s a good time for bad guys.
- Christopher Robichaud is a lecturer in ethics and public policy at the Harvard School of Government, where he teaches courses on political philosophy through the lens of pop culture.