The Wolf of Wall Street is a movie that does show what actually goes on in some spheres of high finance and, while it glamorizes it to some extent, most people will realize the way the main character goes down hill and see a condemnation of this kind of life.
Yes, "The Wolf of Wall Street" is a condemnation of the excesses in the financial industry. The movie is a commentary on the influence that money has on the decisions that people make and the lack of humanity that happens when people become wealthy and stop viewing others as human beings.
The story "The Wolf of Wall Street" is a blatant example of how excess in the financial industry can have detrimental effects. Jordan felt that he was untouchable. His practices eventually led to a hefty jail sentence, and financial ruin. He had a good run, and everyone who followed him did to. However, they all faced repercussions eventually.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" is not a condemnation of excesses in the financial industry. "The Wolf of Wall Street" is based on one person who was involved in the financial industry and lived an excessive lifestyle while defrauding investors out of millions of dollars. "The Wolf of Wall Street" is a condemnation of one particular person not the entire financial industry.