Posted by: ckckred | November 8, 2013

Casino (1995)

I wrote a review of Casino over at “You Talkin’ To Me?” Check it out.

You Talkin' To Me?

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Review by ckckred of Cinematic

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Few directors, if any, can move a camera the way Martin Scorsese can. Scorsese is a filmmaker who has always exhibited incredible energy in his pictures, marking him as one of cinema’s greatest figures. In 1990, Scorsese delivered the decade’s best movie with GoodFellas, a film that defined an era of fast-action crime dramas. Five years later, Scorsese returned to the mob genre with Casino, but this time instead of examining the life of a young gangster in New York, Scorsese turns his eye to a high-profile mafia man based on Frank Rosenthal who ran a big casino in Las Vegas for a decade from 1973 to 1983.

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  1. Great work here my friend.


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