The Wolf of Wall Street
2013's The Wolf of Wall Street told the story of Jordan Belfort by using the word "f*ck" an impressive 569 times in 180 minutes.
Robert De Niro's Casino dropped 422 F-bombs in 178 minutes.
Another Robert De Niro film, Goodfellas featered the F word 300 times in 146 minutes.
There's something about military films that make writers use the word "f*ck." Jake Gyllenhaal's Jarhead used the word 278 times in 123 minutes.
Throughout its 99 minute run, Reservoir Dogs viewers heard "f*ck" 269 times.
1994's Pulp Fiction saw Uma Thurman, John Travolta, and Samuel L. Jackson saying "f*ck" 265 times.
The Big Lebowski
The Dude abides with 260 F-bombs in The Big Lebowski's 117 minutes.
Before he was Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead, Norman Reedus was serving up a justice and F-bombs in The Boondock Saints. The film recorded 239 curses in 110 minutes.
Another Leo DiCaprio film on the list, The Departed racked up 251 instances of everyone's favorite expletive.
Zack and Miri Make a Porno
It wouldn't be a list about the F-word without a film featuring the word "porno" in the title, would it? Zack and Miri Make a Porno used the word 219 times.
American History X
American History X had Edward Norton and fellow cast members saying "f*ck" 214 times before the final credits rolled.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Comedy Hot Tub Time Machine, a group of mid-life men dissatisfied with their lives, drop the F-bomb 212 times on their journey to the past.
Say "Hello" to his little F-BOMB! Al Pacino and Co. used the word 207 times in 170 minutes of Scarface.
Superbad writers, who have more than one film on this list, love the F-word. Superbad used the word 190 times in 118 minutes, making this Jonah Hill's second appearance on the list.
Hustle & Flow
An MTV production from 2005, Hustle & Flow used "f*ck* 186 times. And say hello to a pre-Pensatucky Taryn Manning, too!
Seth Rogan's second entry on the list, Pineapple Express is the story of two stoners who like to say "f*ck" a lot. 175 times in 111 minutes!
Bad Santa's most famous use of the f-word? The sweet and zany Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) saying "f*ck me, Santa!" while sleeping will Billy Bob Thornton's character. (178 uses in 93 minutes!)
Magic Mike featured more than just hot, nearly naked men during its 110-minute runtime. "F*ck" could be heard 156 times.
Good Will Hunting
The movie that made Matt Damon and Ben Affleck household names, earning the duo Oscars, also featured the word "f*ck" 154 times in 126 minutes.