Some filmmakers have their characters firing off F-bombs as much as they do bullets flying out of their guns.
Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino seem like safe bets, but there are several others on this list that might surprise.
So, who has repeatedly typed the F-bomb into their script more than 200 times per movie?
Click through and see which 13 movies use the F-Bomb more than a couple hundred times!
The Wolf of Wall Street
Jordan Belfort's story is pretty close to accurate as to how he and his people talked, but the number of 569 F-bombs in 180 minutes might surprise. For those who are counting, that's 3.16 F-bombs every minute!
Scorsese does it again! Casino has 422 uses of the word. We're guessing mostly by Joe Pesci!
End of Watch
When patroling the rough streets of Los Angeles, it's probably not surprising that when watching End of Watch, you'll hear the F-bomb 326 times. That's almost 3 per minute!
Between Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci (again!) and Ray Liotta and their gangster buddies, Scorsese has his cast uttering an F-bomb 300 times! But, given the length of the movie, it's actually a small(er) 2.05 per minute.
Reservoir Dogs brings us our first Quentin Tarantino movie. The Oscar-winning screenwriter has won awards for his F-bomb use. His first directorial film featured the word 269 times!
Two for Tarantino! His first "big" movie featured the F-bomb 265 times. But, given that the movie was 154 minutes long, that's a paltry 1.72 per minute!
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