All About Casino (1995) Movie

All About Casino (1995) Movie

Gamblers never realize they lose everything they have as soon as they enter a casino to win money. You will sit at the jackpot machines and pull levers for levers, hoping that three will be lined up in a row. If they don’t, they’ll go back and pull the levers...

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Cinema Revisited: Casino (1995)

Cinema Revisited: Casino (1995)

Directed by Martin Scorsese. Actors: Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, Sharon Stone, James Woods, Don Rickles, Alan King, Kevin Pollark, L.Q. Jones, Dick Smothers, John Bloom. Released November 22, 1995. Running time: 178 minutes.

Brutally violent, dramatically layered, edited with speed and precision, switched between a sta...

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MY LOVELY LIST: ‘CASINO’ (1995)

MY LOVELY LIST: ‘CASINO’ (1995)

“Whatsamatta you, Eric? How did you talk about Martin Scorsese without seeing one of his crime classics? It’s easy enough to see ‘Casino’ as a wonderfully entertaining, three-hour odyssey into the sick heart of gilded success – but it is It is also a film that, as you may say, has it all...

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casino movie

Casino movie

Martin Scorsese understands gangsters better than anyone. With Mean Streets, he followed the life of small hoods in Little Italy. In Goodfellas, he showed us the ups and downs of gangster life for those who climb a few rungs up the ladder and then of course hit every rung on the way back down...

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True events on which the Movie Casino is based

True events on which the Movie Casino is based

The movie casino was released in 1995 by Martin Scorsese. It featured Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Sharon Stone. The plot was inspired by the real story of Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal, who led the Fremont, Hacienda and Stardust casinos in Las Vegas for the Chicago mob in the 1970s and 1980s...

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The real story of Martin Scorseses Casino

The real story of Martin Scorseses Casino

Martin Scorsese dealt with the history of the casino directly and just bluffed on the names.

As much as Martin Scorsese may have skewered gangster history by telling Frank Sheeran’s version of things in The Irishman, he did it right when he did it alone with casino...

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