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watch Wolf of Wall Street online putlocker, watch Wolf of Wall Street online streaming, watch Wolf of Wall Street Movie online free putlocker, watch Wolf of Wall Street 2013 online free megaMovie In a Christmas week stocked with enticing new presents, which ones would moviegoers open first? None of them — they’d rather play with their favorite old toys.

This year, two family-film holdovers held off the edgy new comedies. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug narrowly defeated the Disney double-princess musical Frozen, $29.8 million to $28.8 million for the weekend and $49.3 million to $44.3 million for the five days of Christmas at North American theaters, according to preliminary studio estimates.

Business was also bustling for three social satires set in the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues secured third place for Ron Burgundy and his TV team. The all-star Abscam dramedy American Hustle finished fourth for the weekend, just ahead of The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese’s hyper-hyper portrait of a coke-stoked broker played by Leonardo DiCaprio. Over the five-day holiday, these three movies picked more than $100 million from the pockets of paying customers. It now seems certain that 2013 will break last year’s domestic box-office record of $10.837 billion.

Having ladled out the yuletide largesse, Santa was obliged to leave coal in a few stockings. The Keanu Reeves samurai epic 47 Ronin came up about 46 ronin short, practically falling on its sword by earning just $20.6 million in five days. Grudge Match put Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) and Jake LaMotta (Robert De Niro) back in the boxing ring, but this was no title fight: the movie took in just $7.3 million for the weekend and $13.4 million for five days. And Justin Bieber knocked himself out — his concert doc Believe cadged a most skeptical $2 million over the weekend and $4.3 million for the five-day set.

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Christmas hadn’t fallen on a Wednesday since 2002, when the winner was The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, another middle film in a Tolkien trilogy. Smaug still isn’t matching the domestic or foreign grosses of its predecessor, An Unexpected Journey — and by the way, years from now, will anyone remember the full titles of these movies? — but it’s at $466.6 million worldwide and still chugging.

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Frozen is on a remarkable run. Earning 47% more this weekend than last, the animated feature is picking up momentum in its fifth week of wide release. No November release has managed a Christmas-weekend finish as high as second place since Toy Story in 1995 (in the past quarter century, the only November picture to finish first on Christmas was the 1990 Home Alone, which held the top spot for an astounding 12 weeks). So far, Frozen has amassed $491.9 million worldwide; it should soon pass Aladdin ($504.1 million) and eventually Tangled ($591.8 million) to become the second highest-grossing non-Pixar Disney animated feature, trailing only The Lion King ($987.5 million). Stats keeper’s word of caution: in real, uninflated dollars, Frozen is unlikely to catch Aladdin ($975 million) and will never challenge The Lion King ($1.67 billion).

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The Wolf of Wall Street — WoWS for short — provided the week’s big news and noise. Costing at least $100 million, and winning an R rating only after Scorsese trimmed a sex scene, this biopic of convicted scam artist Jordan Belfort opened in second place, behind Smaug, on Christmas Day, only to fall to fifth place ($18.5 million) for a less-than-WoW weekend. The abysmal C rating from moviegoers polled by the CinemaScore survey indicates that three hours of sex, drugs and dwarf-tossing is not to everyone’s taste. But DiCaprio’s marquee value should not be dismissed. A quartet of his recent films — Shutter Island, Inception, Django Unchained and The Great Gatsby — earned $600 million in North America and a succulent $1.8 billion worldwide. If anyone can turn a predator’s coke binge into a hit movie, Leo’s the man.