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McConaughey's Chest-Thumping Given Remix


With a golden touch that would put King Midas to shame, Matthew McConaughey is on something of a hot streak right now.

There’s the recent Oscar win for Dallas Buyers Club, that grizzled performance for epic TV thriller True Detective currently dropping jaws in living rooms worldwide, and then, of course, there's the chest-thumping (read: scene stealing) moment in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street.

And now, somewhat deservedly, those simple moments have been turned into musical gold thanks to Eclectic Method, who've cleverly remixed the rhythms into a catchy dance tune overlaid with relevant footage from the film itself.

If anything can forgive McConaughey’s rambling Oscar acceptance speech, it’s this.

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