Casino: Drama/Thriller/Kriminalfilm/Gangsterfilm/Mafiafilm von Barbara De Fina mit Frank Vincent/Don Rickles/Sharon Stone. Jetzt im. In der glanzvollsten Ära von Las Vegas steigt der Profizocker Sam `Ace' Rothstein an die Spitze des Milliarden-Dollar-Imperiums auf. Um das Investment weiter auszubauen, stellen ihm die Drahtzieher seinen besten Freund aus alten Zeiten, den. Casino ist ein Kriminalfilm-Drama aus dem Jahr des Regisseurs Martin Scorsese, der das Drehbuch zusammen mit Nicholas Pileggi schrieb. Dessen.
total klassischCasino ist ein Kriminalfilm-Drama aus dem Jahr des Regisseurs Martin Scorsese, der das Drehbuch zusammen mit Nicholas Pileggi schrieb. Dessen. Casino. FSK 16 Minuten | USA Dreistündige Meisterwerk über Aufstieg und Fall der Mafia in Las Vegas von Meisterregisseur Martin Scorsese. Casino ein Film von Martin Scorsese mit Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone. Inhaltsangabe: Las Vegas hat zwei Gesichter: das eine ist glamourös, das andere ist.
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Piscano dies of a heart attack when federal agents discover his notebook. The FBI approaches Sam for help by showing him photos of Nicky and Ginger together, but he turns them down.
The bosses are arrested and put on trial, and start to arrange the murders of anyone who might testify against them and prolong their subsequent sentences.
Ginger dies of a drug overdose, and Sam barely escapes death by a car bomb , suspecting Nicky to be the culprit. Before Sam can take revenge, the bosses, angered by Nicky's legal issues and apparent unauthorized attempt on Sam's life, order Frankie and his crew to ambush Nicky and Dominick.
Under the impression that they are attending a meetup in an Indiana cornfield, they are beaten with baseball bats, covered in quicklime , and buried alive in a shallow grave.
With the mob now out of licensing fronts, big corporations buy and demolish the casinos to make way for new, larger hotel casinos, which Sam laments.
He retires to San Diego and lives as a sports handicapper, ending up in his own words, "right back where I started". Casino is based on New York crime reporter Nicholas Pileggi 's book Casino: Love and Honor in Las Vegas.
The research for Casino began when news reporter and screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi read a report from the Las Vegas Sun about a domestic argument between Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal , a casino figure, and his wife Geri McGee , a former topless dancer.
Argent was owned by Allen Glick, but the casino was believed to be controlled by various organized crime families from the Midwest. This skimming operation, when uncovered by the FBI, was the largest ever exposed.
Pileggi contacted Scorsese about taking the lead of the project, which became known as Casino. Scorsese and Pileggi collaborated on the script for five months, towards the end of Some characters were combined, and parts of the story were set in Kansas City instead of Chicago.
A problem emerged when they were forced to refer to Chicago as "back home" and use the words "adapted from a true story" instead of "based on a true story.
They also decided to simplify the script, so that the character of Sam "Ace" Rothstein worked only at the Tangiers Casino, in order to show a glimpse of the trials involved in operating a Mafia-run casino hotel without overwhelming the audience.
The scene was too detailed, so they changed the sequence to show the explosion of Sam's car and him flying into the air before hovering over the flames in slow motion—like a soul about to go straight down to hell.
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But, near the end of the film, DeNiro's character says something that can only be understood fully by someone who lived during that period. In a way, it was a compliment to the mob-controlled system.
Simply put, during the era of mob control, visitors to casinos were treated royally - at best, like kings and queens - at worst, like "guests.
In short, the mob knew how to treat people. Rude employees didn't remain employees for very long. But when the corporations took control, casino visitors became nothing more than numbers on a balance sheet.
And in some cases, employee rudeness was elevated to an art form. Odds have always favored "the house. Jekyll and Mrs. The first half of Casino is a monologue description of how Las Vegas worked when the teamsters still ran the place.
The second half displays the breakdown of a Sin City marriage when the coked wife goes histrionic.
Poor Don Rickles is left to helplessly watch the train wreck that follows. Robert DeNiro is a Vegas regular. You might see him there sometime.
I have seen this movie a few times, yet it's worth watching over and again. Based on a true story, if you've never seen it, I'd recommend you give it a shot One person found this helpful.
I loathe the inevitable comparisons made between "Casino" and "Goodfellas". The films do share a director, Martin Scorsese, a source writer, Nicholas Pileggi, and two stars, Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci.
That's where the similarities end. Both films tackle stories in the criminal milieu and succeed in gripping the audience.
Scorsese manages to make this film a fast-paced experience despite a nearly three hour running time. He's ably abetted by some snappy editing by Thelma Schoonmaker, gorgeous cinematography by Robert Richardson, and good sense of the era love the cars and clothes.
Impeccable song choices on Scorsese's part on the soundtrack. The film is fascinating in how it portrays Las Vegas as a shimmering city which under it's surface is motivated by greed and avarice, which in turn breeds paranoia.
Just ask the eye in the sky. The first half of the film concerns itself with how some Midwest mobsters infiltrate a Vegas casino. The second half shows how overreaching causes their downfall.
DeNiro is superb as the oddsmaker who goes on to manage a casino only to be brought down by his own vanity. By at least the halfway point, it starts to feel a bit draggy.
All the material is necessary to the story, but it could have been tightened up a lot more. While I like the songs--I've owned the CD since it came out and I listen to it often enough--and the songs can help set the mood for some scenes, they become a bit too incessant and overbearing for the story after awhile.
It begins to approach the dreaded "mix tape" mentality, where the songs are just there because the director wanted to share some bitchin' tunes that he likes a lot.
A bit of ebb and flow with the music, and music better correlated to the drama, would have worked even better.
Presumably, Scorsese was shooting for something like a sensory assault, since that's what you get in Vegas. The visuals are filled with neon lights, flashy clothes I love Rothstein's suits , flashy people and such.
The soundtrack is probably meant to match. But in that case, if I were directing, I think I would have went for a combination of commissioned music that incorporated a lot of casino sounds, or that mimicked a lot of casino sounds--the cacophonous electronic symphony of various machines constantly going through their modes--with schmaltzy show tunes, ala Liza, Jerry Vale, Tom Jones, Wayne Newton, etc.
That Scorsese was trying to give a Vegas-styled sensory assault is also supported by the audio-visual contrast between the Vegas scenes and the scenes in other locations, such as Kansas City.
So I can understand the motivation, but I'm not sure the final result exactly worked. Of course the performances are exceptional, even if everyone is playing to type, except for maybe Woods.
The plot and characters are written and performed so that the viewer can see the disasters coming way before the characters can--and that's how it should be.
For example, as a viewer, you know as soon as it starts that it's a bad idea for Rothstein to kowtow to McKenna to win her hand in marriage, but Rothstein is blind in love and he ends up paying for it.
Everything unfolds almost a bit predictably in this respect, and another slight flaw is that we're shown the penultimate moment of the film right at the very beginning.
It tends to make it feel even more stretched out, as you keep anticipating that scene. But the slight flaws shouldn't stop anyone from seeing this film, and of course, quite a few viewers feel that there are no flaws at all.
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Ginger e Sam si sposano, e hanno una figlia, Amy. Uno dei suoi uomini, dopo essersi comportato male per aver messo i piedi sul tavolo da gioco viene buttato fuori e picchiato da Sam, che comincia a manifestare il suo disagio nei confronti dei metodi di Nicky e dei suoi uomini.
A causa di essi, Nicky entra presto nel mirino dei poliziotti. Sam, invece, entra in un prestigioso circolo di uomini d'affari, il Vegas Valley Country Club.
In questa maniera, riesce a mandare una parte del ricavato sempre maggiore ai capi di Chicago, che lo spalleggiano. Apprezzato ed onorato, Nicky diventa il boss di Las Vegas.
Allo stesso tempo, Asso inizia la sua parabola discendente. Nonostante le pressioni, Sam non fa riassumere il ragazzo. Contemporaneamente Phil Green ha dei problemi con Anna Scott, una sua collaboratrice di vecchia data, che lo cita in giudizio per avere una fetta della torta.
Ben presto le peggiori preoccupazioni di Asso iniziano a concretizzarsi, quando Nicky, senza il permesso dei capi, inizia ad eliminare tutti i propri avversari.