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Casino 1995

Greed, deception, money, power, and murder occur between two mobster best friends and a trophy wife over a gambling empire...

Release Date:
November 22, 1995
178 min
Martin Scorsese ...
Robert De Niro, Alan King, Sharon Stone, Paul Herman, Carl Ciarfalio, Kevin Pollak, Richard Riehle, Brian Reddy, Bob Pepper, Phillip V. Caruso, James Woods, Linda Perri, Frankie Avalon, Vinny Vella, Frank Adonis, Gene Ruffini, Roy Conrad, Charlene Hunter, Joseph P. Reidy, Joseph Rigano, Alfred Nittoli, Steve Schirripa, Stuart Nisbet, Anthony Russell, Joe Pesci, Frank Vincent, Pasquale Cajano, Don Rickles, L.Q. Jones, Dick Smothers, John Bloom, Melissa Prophet, Bill Allison, Dominick Grieco, Erika von Tagen, Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, Jerry Vale, Catherine Scorsese, Oscar Goodman, Philip Suriano, Richard Amalfitano, Richard F. Strafella, Casper Molee, David Leavitt, Peter Conti, Cathy Scorsese, Steve Vignari, Rick Crachy, Larry E. Nadler, Salvatore Petrillo, Joey DePinto, Heidi Keller, Millicent Sheridan, Nobu Matsuhisa, Toru Nagai, Dom Angelo, Joe Molinaro, Ali Pirouzkar, Frankie J. Allison, Jeff Scott Anderson, Jennifer M. Abbott, Frank Washko Jr., Christian A. Azzinaro, Robert C. Tetzlaff, Carol Wilson, Joe Lacoco, John Manca, Ronald Maccone, Buck Stephens, Joe La Due, Fred Smith, Sonny D'Angelo, Greg Anderson, Tommy DeVito, Joseph Bono, Craig Vincent, Daniel P. Conte, Paul Dottore, Richard T. Smith, David Rose, Jonathan Kraft, Michael McKensie Pratt, Patti James, Ruth Gillis, Carol Cardwell, Dean Casper, Nan Brennan, Karyn Amalfitano, C.C. Carr, David Varriale, Darla House, Carol Krolick, Frank Regich, Herb Schwartz, Bret McCormick, Clem Caserta, Jed Mills, Janet Denti, Cameron Milzer, Leain Vashon, Jim Morgan Williams, Brian Le Baron, Mortiki Yerushalmi, Mufid M. Khoury, Khosrow Abrishami, Mike Maines, Bobby Hitt, Shellee Renee, Jack Orend, Ffolliott Le Coque, J. Charles Thompson, Michael Paskevich, Mike Weatherford, Eric Randall, Gwen Castaldi, Mike Bradley, Dave Courvoisier, George Comando, Andy Jarrell, Robert B. Sidell, Tyde Kierney, Paige Novodor, Claudia Haro, Sasha Semenoff, Gil Dova, George W. Allf, Madeline Parquette, Nick Mazzola, Jed L. Hansen, Gino Bertin, Mitch Kolpan, Csaba Maczala, Peter Sugden, Rudy Guerrero, Randy Sutton, Jeff Corbin, Sly Smith, Joe Anastasi, F. Marcus Casper, Jeffery Azzinaro, Richard Wagner, Carrie Cipollini, Loren Stevens, Gary C. Rainey, David Arcerio, Haven Earle Haley, Sam Wilson, Michael Toney, Jeff Burbank, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, Walt G. Ludwig, Andrea Kelly, Bobbie Paulson, Charles Scorsese, Walter Ludwig, Earl Chaney, Constance Tillotson, Max Raven, Alan King, Earl Chaney, Frank Cullotta, Billy Gilbride ...
Drama, Thriller, Crime, Biography ...
USA, France

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Imdb rating: 8.2

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Great film in my top ten, I find myself watching this film at least once a month. As usual Robert De Nero is masterful, as you would come to expect. He truly is one of the few great character actors still out there with an unlimited range. Whatever role he's in you believe that De Nero is actually that person. Joe Pesci and Sharon Stone also both turned in solid performances to drive this film. There are alot of documentaries out there chronicling the back story to this film as well as the characters its definitly worth investing the time to watch as is reading the Book that the film adapted by Nicolas Pileggi. As far as I know the real life person who De Nero plays is still alive and doing his thing. 10/10 for me.
Riveting stuff! quite scary in parts, masterful acting from De Niro and Joe Pesci, very similar in idea to the Goodfellas, not for the faint hearted, gangster violence in its purest form, another great masterpiece from Scorcese, enough said! 9/10
I love this movie, Robert De Niro is brilliant ones again. 10 out of 10
One of the best gangster movie ever behind Scarface and The Godfather I and II. Robert De Niro best just wished Al Pacino was in this movie.
This is possibly the best Gangster movie ever made, I think this is way better then the Godfather.
Another Scorsese masterpiece. The way he gets inside the heads of criminal imperialists is mesmerizing. The narration seems to come straight from the mouths of the guys doing it, and makes you feel like you are actually taking part, on one side or the other.
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